Idiopathic uveal effusion syndrome
A rare panuveitis characterized by uni- or bilateral abnormal fluid accumulation within the suprachoroidal space resulting in internal choroidal elevation in the absence of any known cause such as decreased intraocular tension intraocular tumor intraocular inflammation or nanophtalmos. Patients typically present a protracted relapsing-remitting course of visual acuity loss and fundus examination shows annular celio-choroidal detachment and shifting serous retinal detachment.
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