Uveitis


Uveitis is a type of inflammation of the centre layer of the eye (uvea), which includes the iris, membrane, and choroid coat. Uveitis causes range from a simple microorganism to a complex combination of factors. From infection to severe eye injury, studies show that the presence of inflammatory disease, AIDS, or a skin condition increases the likelihood of uveitis. During this time, the inner a part of the attention turns red in colour, causing pain, blurred vision, and picture sensitivity. Prompt use of anti-bacterial medication will treat the condition; otherwise, there is a high possibility that it will cause eye disease, cataracts, and other complications.



 


  • Anterior Uveitis
  • Intermediate Uveitis
  • Posterior Uveitis

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