Retinal and choroidal biopsies are helpful in unclear uveitis of suspected infectious or malignant origin.

@article{Johnston2004RetinalAC,
  title={Retinal and choroidal biopsies are helpful in unclear uveitis of suspected infectious or malignant origin.},
  author={Robert L. Johnston and Adnan Tufail and Susan Lightman and Philip J. Luthert and Carlos Eduardo Pavesio and Robert J. Cooling and David Charteris},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={2004},
  volume={111 3},
  pages={522-8}
}
OBJECTIVES To assess the clinical value of retinal or choroidal biopsy in establishing a definitive diagnosis directing subsequent management and to assess the risk involved in such surgery. DESIGN Retrospective noncomparative interventional case series. PARTICIPANTS Thirteen patients with uveitis of suspected malignant or infectious origin. One patient had 2 consecutive biopsies on the same eye. METHODS A retrospective review of a 4-year period was undertaken of all those cases in which… CONTINUE READING

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