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Solitary choroidal mass as the presenting sign in systemic sarcoidosis.
  1. R. J. Olk,
  2. M. J. Lipmann,
  3. H. C. Cundiff and
  4. J. Daniels


    A solitary choroidal mass with an overlying neurosensory retinal detachment was seen in an otherwise healthy 25-year-old Caucasian female. Ocular and general physical examinations, serum chemistry, and pathological examination of a lymph node biopsy confirmed sarcoidosis as the cause for the choroidal mass. Treatment with systemic steroids resulted in resolution of the lesion and return of normal visual acuity.

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