Fluorescein gonioangiography was performed in 4 eyes of 4 patients with ocular sarcoidosis and in an eye of a patient with presumptive tuberculous anterior uveitis. Small discrete whitish lesions in the ciliary body band near the iris root showed hyperfluorescent shortly after fluorescein injection. These hyperfluorescence dots seemed to be pathognomonic changes in cases with granulomatous uveitis.
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