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A 3-year-old girl was referred by her paediatric rheumatologist for screening for uveitis due to a diagnosis of suspected juvenile idiopathic arthritis. She suffered from attacks of fever, polyarthritis and a maculopapular skin rash, which also suggested a diagnosis of sarcoidosis. However, at that time the synovial biopsy showed a negative result for granulomatous inflammation. There were no ophthalmological complaints. She had full …
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Patient consent: Obtained from the parents.
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