A 5-year-old boy had subacute painless visual loss in his left eye with disk edema, macular edema, and choroidal thickening. He was subsequently diagnosed with inflammatory papillitis and choroiditis from Crohn's disease. The disk and macular edema responded minimally to antivascular endothelial growth factor injections but significantly to intravitreal corticosteroids.
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