Pathology is characterized by inflammation of small-sized venules, leading to the creation of characteristic ulcerations of the skin, eyes, and mucosa.
The primary aetiology of pathology is HLA B51, a condition that is more commonly seen in males of Turkish or Iranian descent.
Medical treatments for pathology include the use of steroids, cyclosporin, and other immunosuppressants.
Complications of pathology can include major ocular damage, including optic atrophy, and an accompanying visual impairment.
In cases where the pathology has been allowed to progress before it is treated, prognoses may be poor due to the severity of the condition.
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