Uveodermatological syndrome

41 Uveodermatological syndrome


This is a condition where physical examination should include a detailed ophthalmic examination. Ocular signs include conjunctivitis, blepharospasm, anterior and posterior uveitis, retinal haemorrhage and/or detachment. The main cutaneous sign is depigmentation of the nasal planum, eyelids, scrotum, vulva and paw pads. Crusting, ulceration, erythema and alopecia are likely to be present in advanced cases. Oral ulceration may also be observed in chronic, untreated cases.

In this case the relevant findings on dermatological examination were:

Sep 3, 2016 | Posted by in SMALL ANIMAL | Comments Off on Uveodermatological syndrome

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