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Systemic Features of Sarcoid: FILLED BAGEL



Facial nerve palsy

Infiltrates of lung parenchyma, Insufficiency of pituitary

Lymphadenopathy (esp lung hilae)

Liver & spleen enlargement

Elevated ACE & calcium

Dilated cardiomyopathy

Bone cysts

Arthralgia

Granulomata of skin

Erythema nodosum

Lupus pernio

Features of Behcet's Disease: ORAL UPSET


Occlusive periphlebitis

Retinitis

Anterior uveitis

Leakage from retinal vessels

Ulceration (aphthous/genital)

Pustules after skin trauma (Pathergy test)

Scratching leaves lines (dermatographism)

Erythema nodosum

Thrombophlebitis


Clinical features of Reiter’s: PLUCKING


Plantar Fasciitis

Urethritis

Conjunctivitis

Keratoderma blenorrhagica

Inflamed joints

Nail dystrophy

Gum ulceration


Ophthalmic features of TB: BCG GP


Busacca & Koeppe nodules on iris

Choroiditis

Granulomata in choroid

Granulomatous uveitis (with mutton fat KP’s)

Periphlebitis

1 comment:

georg clerk said...

the Uveitis Treatment is multifold. Anti inflammatory drugs such as corticosteroids are given in the form of pills injection or topical eye drops as per need. For treatment of posterior uveitis implantation of a device in the eye may be needed which slowly releases the drugs for up to two and a half years. Antibiotics or antiviral can be given if infection is suspected as the underlining cause.

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