uveitis

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uveitis

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6-21) Vitreous signs ** Signs suggestive of active or past intermediate uveitis 8 (9.
International Uveitis Study Group (IUSG) has categorised uveitis as anterior uveitis, intermediate uveitis, posterior uveitis and an additional term, panuveitis, has also been explicated.
The majority of cases of intermediate uveitis are idiopathic but systemic diseases which may be associated with intermediate uveitis include sarcoidosis, syphilis, multiple sclerosis, Behcet's disease and Lyme disease.
Foster CS; Cataract surgery and Intraocular lens implantation in patients with intermediate uveitis.
8) Our case used systemic IFN-[beta]-1a for 7 years, and we also observed that retinal periphlebitis and intermediate uveitis findings were under control, visual acuity had been protected for 2 years, and there were no signs of macular edema.
Patients were categorized as: having anterior uveitis if the inflammation was primarily located in the anterior segment; having intermediate uveitis if the vitreous body was primarily involved or the inflammation involved both the anterior segment and the vitreous body or pars planitis with characteristic pars plana exudation; having posterior uveitis if retinochoroidal lesions predominated; or having panuveitis if the inflammation involved all the compartments of the eye.

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