A 20-years-old male with complaints of blurring of vision in OS since 6 months was seen with no significant systemic history. On examination, anterior segment of OD was normal with OS showing stellate KPs, anterior chamber reaction as 3 + cells, mild iris hypochromia, multiple iris nodules both at the pupillary border (Koeppe) and on the iris surface (Busaca) with posterior sub-capsular cataract [Fig. 1]. Fundus OU was normal. The patient was advised topical steroids and mydriatic cycloplegics and was advised regular follow-up.
Iris nodules in the setting of FHI are rare as it is typically classified as non-granulomatous uveitis. In large series of FHI, iris nodules have been reported in 14–28% of the cases.
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