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What's the treatment for uveitis?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Usualy steroids

Uveitis is mostly a sterile inflammation on the inside of the eye.
It causes pain, light sensitivity and diminished vision along with redness of the eye involved. Depending upon the severity which your ohthalmologist must assess, you will be given steroid drops in almost all cases along with dilating drops in more severe cases to prevent internal complications. Associated disease is occasional.

In brief: Usualy steroids

Uveitis is mostly a sterile inflammation on the inside of the eye.
It causes pain, light sensitivity and diminished vision along with redness of the eye involved. Depending upon the severity which your ohthalmologist must assess, you will be given steroid drops in almost all cases along with dilating drops in more severe cases to prevent internal complications. Associated disease is occasional.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Usually steroids

Uveitis is mostly a sterile inflammation on the inside of the eye.
It causes pain, light sensitivity and diminished vision along with redness of the eye involved. Depending upon the severity which your ohthalmologist must assess, you will be given steroid drops in almost all cases along with dilating drops in more severe cases to prevent internal complications. Associated disease is occasional.

In brief: Usually steroids

Uveitis is mostly a sterile inflammation on the inside of the eye.
It causes pain, light sensitivity and diminished vision along with redness of the eye involved. Depending upon the severity which your ohthalmologist must assess, you will be given steroid drops in almost all cases along with dilating drops in more severe cases to prevent internal complications. Associated disease is occasional.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Thank
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