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Use of Aqueous Humor and Flow Cytometry in Ocular Sarcoidosis Diagnosis.

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Oleñik A, Gonzalo-Suárez B, Revenga M, Roldán E, Vázquez M, Muñoz-Negrete FJ,


Oleñik A, Gonzalo-Suárez B, Revenga M, Roldán E, Vázquez M, Muñoz-Negrete FJ, (click to view)

Oleñik A, Gonzalo-Suárez B, Revenga M, Roldán E, Vázquez M, Muñoz-Negrete FJ,

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Ocular immunology and inflammation 2016 4 15() 1-5

Abstract
PURPOSE
To report the use of flow cytometry on aqueous fluid to diagnose sarcoidosis in a patient with recurrent granulomatous anterior uveitis.

METHODS
Case report.

RESULTS
Flow cytometry on aqueous fluid demonstrated a CD4/CD8 ratio >9.5, consistent with a diagnosis of sarcoidosis.

CONCLUSIONS
Flow cytometry on aqueous fluid may offer an additional pathway for diagnosing sarcoid anterior uveitis.

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