Oral corticosteroid in the treatment of Eales’ disease. (Top) At presentation and (bottom) at 6 weeks after corticosteroid therapy. This 25-year-old man presented with massive vasculitis and retinal haemorrhages. He was treated with oral prednisolone (2 mg/kg of body weight) for a week and then gradually tapered. At 6 weeks, there was a reduction in vasculitis and a normal configuration of the vessels.