TB is a 7-year-old boy who was brought to an ophthalmologist because the parents noted a red left eye in their child, who complained that it “hurt a lot of the time.” He was taken to an ophthalmologist and examination documented visual acuity in the right eye of 20/25 and the left eye of 20/200. Slit-lamp examination revealed 1+ cells and flare in the left anterior chamber, and fundus examination found 3+ vitreous cells and a hazy view of the fundus with a vague impression of retinal elevation temporal to the macula. The differential diagnosis included Coat’s disease.
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