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uveitis

[‚yü·vē′īd·əs]
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These forward-looking statements include statements regarding the potential out-licensing of XIPERE and the economic terms such a license might include, opportunities for expanding Clearside's internal pipeline and entering into other licensing arrangements, the potential benefits of XIPERE and the SCS injection platform, the potential approval of XIPERE for the treatment of macular edema associated with uveitis in the United States and Europe and the period of time over which Clearside expects its current financial resources to be sufficient to fund its planned operations.
Non-infectious uveitis is a group of inflammatory diseases that produce swelling and destroy eye tissue and can result in vision loss.
The left eye (OS) had blepharospasm and was diagnosed with blepharitis, a superficial but suspected infected corneal ulceration with cellular infiltration, positive fluorescein stain, and anterior uveitis (+1-2 flare; scale, trace to 44 flare).
The most common extra-articular sign in the axial SpA group is uveitis and often occurs as unilateral anterior uveitis.
ANA in high titre was present in 1 OJIA patient, who had silent uveitis.
The aim of this study was to identify the clinical spectrum and related systemic diseases in HLA-B27-associated uveitis by investigating the etiological and clinical features of patients who presented to a tertiary eye care center and were diagnosed with HLA-B27-associated uveitis.
Uveitis at the front of the eye can cause redness and pain and tends to come on quickly
Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai sees on average two new patients with Uveitis every week and it takes the combined specialist skills and experience of the hospital's consulting team to treat and manage each case.
Without specialists in the UAE, these patients would need to go overseas for management," added Dr Avinash Gurbaxani, consultant ophthalmic surgeon in Uveitis and Medical Retinal Diseases and Cataract Surgery at Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai (MEHD) is the first overseas branch of Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
In Japan, IFX was approved for use in BD patients with refractory uveitis in January 2007, based on promising results from multicenter clinical trials.
We reviewed the medical records of patients examined at the uveitis clinic (Centre Hospitalier National d'Ophtalmologie des Quinze-Vingts, Paris, France) from January 2012 through December 2015.