MCQ – 87817


A 6-year-old female presents to an ophthalmologist for failing a routine vision screen at school. She has not noticed vision problems prior to the screening. She has complained to her parents regarding intermittent pain in several joints. Her visual acuity is 20/200 in the right eye and 20/50 in the left eye. IOPs are 20 OD and 18 OS. Anterior segment examination is significant for cortical and posterior subcapsular cataracts, in the right eye more than in the left. There is a small area of band keratopathy visible on the right temporal cornea. Anterior segment examination is significant for +1-2 cells and flare in the right eye and trace cell and flare in the left eye. Uveitis in association with this condition:

A. occurs predominantly in girls.


 involves a few joints.


is usually of insidious onset.


first appears with pain and erythema.

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