Unusual presentation of more common disease/injury
Conjunctival ulceration in Behçet disease: a case report
Behçet disease is a chronic systemic relapsing vasculitis. Ocular clinical signs in Behçet disease usually include signs of inflammation in the uvea, vitreous and retina. This report describes a rare case of a full-blown systemic exacerbation of Behçet disease with ocular involvement including conjunctival ulceration with the absence of uveal or retinal involvement.
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