The Standardization of Uveitis Nomenclature (SUN) Working Group reported criteria for Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada (VKH) Disease.

Criteria for Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease - all of the following:

(1) one of the following:

(1a) evidence of Harada disease

(1b) panuveitis with neurologic signs and symptoms (see below)

(2) no history of penetrating ocular trauma prior to disease onset

(3) no history of vitreoretinal surgery prior to disease onset

(4) absence of syphilis and sarcoidosis


Evidence of Harada disease - both of the following:

(1) serous (exudative) retinal detachment

(2) one or both of the following:

(2a) multiloculated appearance on fluorescein angiogram

(2b) septa on optical coherence tomography


Neurological signs and symptoms - >= 2 of the following:

(1) headache

(2) tinnitus

(3) dysacusis

(4) meningismus

(5) CSF pleocytosis

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