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What’s your diagnosis?

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Mar 19, 2018
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Answer: Hypopyon with severe anterior uveitis, showing layering of leukocytes and fibrinous debris in the anterior chamber. May be sterile or infectious. An intense ciliary flush is seen. Most commonly seen in HLA-B27-positive patients with uveitis. Hypopyon may also be a presenting sign of malignancy (retinoblastoma and lymphoma).


From: Usatine RP, Sabella C, Smith M, Mayeaux EJ, Jr., Chumley HS, Appachi E. The Color Atlas of Pediatrics; 2015 Available at: http://accesspediatrics.mhmedical.com/ViewLarge.aspx?figid=94707656  Accessed: February 13, 2018

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