Acquired Vitelliform-Like Lesion in Uveitis: A case-series

Citation:

Maleki A, Look-Why S, Asgari S, Manhapra A, Gomez S, Foster SC. Acquired Vitelliform-Like Lesion in Uveitis: A case-series. Ocul Immunol Inflamm 2021;:1-10.

Date Published:

2021 Jul 27

Abstract:

PURPOSE: To study acquired vitelliform-like lesions (AVLL) and their diagnostic and prognostic values in uveitis. PATIENTS AND METHODS: This was a retrospective case series. The clinical course, diagnostic value, and prognostic significance of AVLL were compared between uveitic patients with AVLL and uveitic patients without AVLL. RESULTS: Twelve patients (21 eyes) with both uveitis and AVLL (study group) and thirteen patients (24 eyes) without AVLL (control group) were included in the study. Macular leakage (p = .005), the presence of vasculitis (p = .01), the presence of active choroiditis (p = .01), and the presence of CME on OCT (p = .008) were significantly higher in the AVLL group compared to the control group. Best-corrected visual acuity was significantly lower at presentation (p < .001) and the last follow-up visit (p = .014) in the AVLL group. CONCLUSION: The presence of acquired vitelliform-like lesion can have both a diagnostic (uveitis as a differential diagnosis) and prognostic value in patients with different types of uveitis.

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