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Article
April 1982

Recurrent Clinical UveitisCell Surface Markers on Vitreous Lymphocytes

Author Affiliations

From the Molecular Immunology Laboratory, Research Service, Wood Veterans Administration Medical Center, Milwaukee (Dr Keller); Section of Hematology, Departments of Pediatrics (Dr Keller) and Ophthalmology (Dr Aaberg), Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; and Department of Ophthalmology, Emory University, Atlanta (Dr Kaplan).

Arch Ophthalmol. 1982;100(4):585-587. doi:10.1001/archopht.1982.01030030587006
Abstract

• The cell surface characteristics of vitreous mononuclear cells were determined in ten eyes with chronic idiopathic uveitis. Most of the cells had surface immunoglobulin; some exhibited phagocytosis; few formed E rosettes. This result suggests that most of the cells found in the vitreous of eyes with chronic idiopathic uveitis are B cells and macrophages; few T cells are present.

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