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What are the consequences of having an inflammatory eye infection?

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Dr. Alan Mindlin
Ophthalmology

In brief: Nothing or

Inflammatory eye disease can be self limiting or a manifestation of other organ or systemic disease.
This can be associated with reiter's syndrome, lupus, sle, etc this can be associated with sarcoid, pulmonary disease, etc. This may need to be evaluated by more than an ophthalmologist.

In brief: Nothing or

Inflammatory eye disease can be self limiting or a manifestation of other organ or systemic disease.
This can be associated with reiter's syndrome, lupus, sle, etc this can be associated with sarcoid, pulmonary disease, etc. This may need to be evaluated by more than an ophthalmologist.
Dr. Alan Mindlin
Dr. Alan Mindlin
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Dr. Jon Fishburn
Ophthalmology

In brief: Many possibilities

Inflammation is a common element of many eye problems, and certainly infection.
The treatment of the infection decreases the inflammation. Often combined treatments for both infection & inflammation are carried out together depending on what the problem is. The outcome on vision may be excellent to impairment, again depending upon the disease severity and duration.

In brief: Many possibilities

Inflammation is a common element of many eye problems, and certainly infection.
The treatment of the infection decreases the inflammation. Often combined treatments for both infection & inflammation are carried out together depending on what the problem is. The outcome on vision may be excellent to impairment, again depending upon the disease severity and duration.
Dr. Jon Fishburn
Dr. Jon Fishburn
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