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Background We report a case of white circular spots of iridian atrophy, which we will call "polka dots" pattern, as a rare ophthalmological finding associated with uveitis secondary to varicella-zoster virus and Toxoplasma gondii coinfection in a male patient in Bogotá, Colombia. Case presentation We present de case of a 53-year-old Colombian male patient with a diagnosis of anterior uveitis in his left eye due to varicella-zoster virus and Toxoplasma gondii coinfection documented by polymerasedoi:10.1186/s12886-020-01748-8 pmid:33287739 fatcat:2fivq2gzozebrc44xzjkfxz2hi