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Figure 1: (a) An 11-year-old male child with Blau syndrome with anterior uveitis with 360-degree posterior synechiae and complicated cataract; (b) a 25-year-old female patient having significant anterior uveitis with cells and flare, and keratic precipitates due to underlying Blau syndrome

Figure 1: (a) An 11-year-old male child with Blau syndrome with anterior uveitis with 360-degree posterior synechiae and complicated cataract; (b) a 25-year-old female patient having significant anterior uveitis with cells and flare, and keratic precipitates due to underlying Blau syndrome