• Courtesy of Dr. Matthew Debiec MD, Dr. Christiaan Kroesen MD, and Ms. Sherilyn Davis, COT.
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    Uveitis

    Arteriolitis is the segmental arteriolitis characteristic of Ocular Toxoplasmosis. This patient is a 28-year old male who presented with two weeks of blurred vision and floaters. Exam revealed a characteristic chorioretinal scar with an adjacent area of active fluffy inflammation, but was also notable for this segmental sclerosis involving multiple arterioles.