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How effective is dexamethasone (baycadron) for treating uveitis?

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Dr. Constance Okeke
ophthalmology 22 years experience
It can work: Dexamethasone is a steroid and can be very effective in treating uveitis. How effective can depend on the severity of the inflammation and how often it is prescribed. Follow up with your eye care provider can relay how effective the treatment is improving the uveitis.
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