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A 74-year-old woman was admitted to the ophthalmology department with progressive vision loss, vitreous clouding and suspected endogenous endophthalmitis. Bilateral eye problems had started several weeks before and grew worse under oral prednisolon therapy. After admission, progressive vitreous haze was diagnosed (figure 1A). A diagnostic vitrectomy was performed for microbiological testing.
The patient was also presented with watery diarrhoea that had started 6 months ago. Bowel movements were independent of food ingestion and occurred also during the night; furthermore, the patient reported weight loss of 6–7 kg, epigastric pain, latent nausea and deterioration …