Ocular vasculitis: a multidisciplinary approach.

  title={Ocular vasculitis: a multidisciplinary approach.},
  author={Carl Peter Herbort and Luca Cimino and Ahmed M Abu El Asrar},
  journal={Current opinion in rheumatology},
  volume={17 1},
PURPOSE OF REVIEW The ophthalmologist has direct visual access to inflamed vessels when examining the retina, and "vasculitis" in ophthalmology has so far mainly referred to retinal vasculitis. In the past few years the means to explore vasculitis in the ocular sphere have improved. Indocyanine green angiography now enables the analysis of choroidal inflammatory vasculopathy as well as vasculitis of the sclera (scleritis) and episclera (episcleritis) in addition to retinal vasculitis. Because… CONTINUE READING


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