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Non Infectious
Mutton-fat keratic precipitates forming an Arlt's triangle.

  • A characteristic of granulomatous inflammation
  • Signs:
    • White, yellowish greasy precipitates of inflammatory cells
    • Typically distributed in a wedge-shaped region on the inferior corneal endothelium, known as Arlt's triangle
  • Causes of granulomatous uveitis may include sarcoidosis, Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome, multiple sclerosis, tuberculosis and syphilis.

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