Vogt-Koyagani-Harada syndrome

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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.
References in classic literature ?
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