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1. Describe the corneal lesions

The corneal lesions present as asymptomatic inconspicuous subepithelial round lesions with focal active keratitis. After treatment with topical corticosteroids, the keratitis disappears but the subepithelial round nebulae persist. Previously, keratitis was sporadically reported in paediatric sarcoidosis but the persistent nebulae have so far not been described.

2. What are the yellow lesions of the retina?

The yellow chorioretinal lesions are probably small choroidal granulomas. The appearance and histology of these lesions are similar to those of Dalen–Fuchs nodules of sympathetic ophthalmia. Large granuloma of the choroid might resemble choroidal …

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