Long Term Response of Early Initiation of Azathioprine in Case of Harada’s disease
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 7295-7299
AbstractA 40 years old female presented with complaints of sudden diminution of vision and black spots in left eye associated with headache since a week. Fundus examination revealed yellowish subretinal fluid at macular area and somechorioretinal atrophy like lesions. After an array of investigations, patient was diagnosed with Harada’sdisease and started on pulse dose steroids and oral Azathioprine. Regular follow ups revealed maintained visual acuity over the year with no evidence of recurrence.
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