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OCT Features:

The presence of optic disc edema, CME, subretinal fluid, and vitritis are clinical features of uveitis that can be well visualized with OCT. Active sarcoid posterior uveitis can lead to optic disc edema, CME, and subretinal fluid (Fig. 11.3.1). OCT is useful in this setting to monitor for treatment response (Fig. 11.3.2). Sarcoid anterior uveitis can also result in isolated CME, which can sometimes be more readily detected on an OCT thickness map rather than a line scan (Fig. 11.3.3). Pars planitis often leads to associated CME (Fig. 11.3.4

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