It is a bilateral, chronic, and diffuse granulomatous panuveítis, typically characterized by serous retinal detachment and frequently associated with neurological (meningitis), hearing and dermatological disorders.

Treatment: high-dose corticosteroids in the acute period together with immunosuppressants, thus shortening the duration of the disease and preventing progression to the chronic stage and reducing the incidence of extraocular manifestations. For associated anterior uveitis, it should be treated with 1% topical prednisolone, in addition to using mydriatics and cycloplegics to reduce ciliary spasm and prevent the formation of posterior synechiae.