Posterior segment manifestations of inflammatory bowel disease.

  title={Posterior segment manifestations of inflammatory bowel disease.},
  author={Bruna Ernst and Careen Y Lowder and David M Meisler and Fred Gutman},
  volume={98 8},
Thirteen patients with inflammatory bowel disease and posterior segment disease were subject to a retrospective review. Eight patients had Crohn's disease and five had ulcerative colitis. In six patients, the inflammatory bowel disease was active when ocular inflammation occurred. Patients had one or more posterior segment findings that included serous retinal detachment (8), choroidal infiltrates (6), retrobulbar neuritis (1), papillitis (1), retinal pigment epithelium disturbance (1), and… CONTINUE READING


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