volume 16, issue 9, P865-874 1997
DOI: 10.1076/ceyr.16.9.865.5048
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Abstract: The higher frequency of sarcoidosis and idiopathic panuveitis than previously reported is related to our larger African American population base. The racial composition of the Southeast does not, however, account for differences such as our higher percentage of MCP; it is possible that other genetic or environmental factors play a role in this region.