Harada's syndrome

Ha·ra·da's syndrome

(hə-rä′dəz)
n.
A syndrome of unknown cause, usually occurring in young adults, that is characterized by bilateral fundal edema, retinal detachment, and inflammation of the choroid, ciliary body, and iris of the eye as well as by temporary or permanent loss of hearing and visual acuity, and by graying and loss of hair.
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Vogt-Koyagani-Harada syndrome

A condition affecting humans and dogs, attributed to a T-cell autoimmune reaction to melanocytes and characterised by uveitis, meningoencephalitis, choroiditis, retinal detachment, loss of hearing
and visual acuity, alopecia and depigmentation.
 
Management
Immunosuppressants—e.g., prednisone, azathioprine.
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The differential diagnosis in leukemic patients with exudative retinal detachment includes central serous choroidopathy, uveal effusion syndrome, choroidal neovascularization, Harada's syndrome, congenital optic disc pits., choroidal melanoma, and severe intraocular hypotony (12).