The patient may experience blurred vision or metamorphopsia in one or both eyes.
50% of the eyes have vitritis with possible mild anterior uveitis. The lesions are yellowish, first appearing around the optic disc and then spread toward the macula. Choroidal and RPE atrophy then develops over time.
Treatment may be disappointing. Some doctors use steroids, azathioprine, or cyclosporin in an effort to limit recurrence. 50-75% of patients developo vision loss. 25% develop choroidal neovascularization.