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inflammation of the uvea of the eye

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Uveitic involvement was unilateral in 24 patients (25%) and bilateral in 72 patients (75%).
There were 4 eyes with secondary aphakic glaucoma, 3 eyes were pseudophakic with uncontrolled IOP, 1 eye had secondary uveitic glaucoma, and 2 eyes had primary congenital glaucoma.
They outline basic principles, including anatomy, histology, embryology, etiology, definitions, classification, epidemiology, and basic immunology; their diagnostic and therapeutic approach, which involves imaging studies, various drugs, chemotherapy, and surgery; and the diagnosis and treatment of infectious and noninfectious uveitic diseases, masquerade syndromes, and other uveitic entities.
of Washington Medical School, Seattle) and Prasad (Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia) present the first text geared specifically toward reviewing current information on ocular inflammation and uveitic disease.
Uveitic, Angle recession, Acute angle closure glaucoma and Neovascular glaucoma comprised less than 1% of cases.
They were just shielding a photophobic uveitic eye from bright lights.
It has been reported that cellular accumulation on the IOL was not clinically significant even in uveitic eyes, where uveal reaction may be more pronounced, in diabetic patients, and in eyes with pseudoexfoliation syndrome.
4] Many ocular diseases including diabetic retinopathy, vascular occlusions, postsurgical conditions and uveitic diseases lead to the development of macular oedema.
Other studies confirmed that HSM PMMA have good uveal biocompatibility in uveitic patients.
Therapeutically qualified optometrists in practice are now able to reinstate uveitic therapy for second and subsequent episodes of acute anterior recurrent uveitis, with routine referral at the third episode for medical investigations.
They discuss conjunctival symblepharon therapy; the management of uveitic glaucoma; corneal procedures; cataract extraction and intraocular lens placement; various types of biopsies; therapeutic vitreoretinal surgery for non-infectious intermediate, posterior, and panuveitis; epiretinal membrane removal; fluocinolone acetonide sustained drug delivery; dexamethasone biodegradable intravitreal implants; and biopsy analysis.
Short-term safety and efficacy of intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide for uveitic macular edema in children.
STUDY DESIGN: This was a prospective study on 40 eyes of 40 patients with uveitic cataract, who underwent Phacoemulsification with hydrophilic IOL at a tertiary care centre in Central India over a period of 2 years.
Anterior uveitis 10% Blephartis/dry eye/meibomeian gland dysfunction 15% Infective conjunctivitis 19% Herpes zoster ophthalmicus/Herpes simplex keratitis 12% Contact lens related keratitis 5% Espicleritis 5% Corneal abrasion/trauma 4% Inflammatory keratitis 3% Optic neuritis 1% Other * 25% * Other includes pre-septal and orbital cellulitis, uveitic glaucoma and scleritis Note: Table made from bar graph.
The term 'masquerade syndrome' refers to a wide variety of disorders whose clinical features include the presence of cells either in the anterior chamber, vitreous or both, but are unrelated to any immune-mediated uveitic diseases.