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    Uveitis Conditions

    Uveitis, Uveitis is classified according to the part of the uveal tract that the inflammation affects: Anterior uveitis is the term for inflammation which affects the eye'...

    Uveitis Professional

    Uveitis, Seronegative arthropathies: Ankylosing spondylitis Reactive arthritis (Reiter's syndrome) Psoriasis Inflammatory bowel disease Early sarcoidosis ...

    Eye in Systemic Disease Professional

    There may also be mild anterior uveitis, superficial punctate keratopathy and (rarely) panophthalmitis. Acute anterior uveitis is a particular feature in AS, Crohn's disease, ulcera...

    Eye Problems Conditions

    The choroid is the layer of tissue between your retina and your sclera, containing blood vessels and a pigment that absorbs excess light. Anterior uveitis Uveitis is a genera...

    Seronegative Arthropathies Professional

    They also share other features such as anterior uveitis and bowel lesions similar to those found in Crohn's disease. Symptoms within the specific causes can overlap and may progress from ...

    Ankylosing Spondylitis Professional

    Extra-articular manifestations [ 5 ] Eye involvement Acute anterior uveitis occurs in 20-30% of patients. Of all patients presenting with acute anterior uveitis, a third to a half...

    Inflammatory Retinal Diseases Professional

    Active disease is usually associated with anterior uveitis . Presentation This is often between 10 and 35 years of age with differences of symptoms at different ages: Children: re...

    Heerfordt's Syndrome Professional

    Eyes Anterior uveitis is painful and presents with: Miosis. Pupillary irregularity. Injected conjunctivae next to the cornea (so-called perilimbal flush).

    Birdshot Retinochoroidopathy Professional

    There is no redness and, if you have access to a slit lamp, there are no corneal changes or cells in the anterior chamber (a sign of anterior uveitis ). Posterior segment of the...

    Chikungunya Fever Professional

    Other ocular complications include anterior uveitis, optic neuritis, and dendritic lesions. Cardiovascular decompensation. Hepatitis.

    Sarcoidosis Professional

    The eye This is affected in >20% of cases, most frequently as a granulomatous uveitis. Anterior uveitis is frequently of limited duration but posterior uveitis ...

    Enteropathic Arthropathies Professional

    The eye may be painful and red with blurred vision due to anterior uveitis. Fever may be associated with IBD; a chronic low-grade fever may be a manifestation of secondary amyloidosis in C...

    Red Eye Professional

    Corneal defect on staining ± hypopyon (pus seen in anterior chamber). Within 24 hours. Acute anterior uveitis Photophobia, blurred vision, headache, pain on acc...

    Visual Problems Conditions

    Vision is affected to differing degrees, depending on how far back the inflammation goes and how severe it is. Anterior uveitis, involving mainly the iris, is the least serious. However, a...

    Behçet's Disease Professional

    Eye lesions: anterior uveitis, posterior uveitis, cells in the vitreous by slit lamp examination or retinal vasculitis observed by an ophthalmologist.

    Interstitial Nephritides and Nephrotoxins Professional

    Idiopathic - found associated with anterior uveitis or iritis (tubulointerstitial nephritis with uveitis (TINU)) syndrome affecting mainly young women and girls - fever, weight los...

    Ulcerative Colitis Conditions

    A type of eye inflammation called anterior uveitis . Those that are not related to the activity of the colitis; so, they may persist even when the gut symptoms settle.

    Cutaneous Filariasis Professional

    Ocular changes include intraocular microfilariae, punctate keratitis, sclerosing keratitis, anterior uveitis, chorioretinitis, optic neuritis, optic atrophy, glaucoma, and severe sight impair...

    Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Professional

    Eye complications: include corneal ulceration and anterior uveitis. Sight impairment may develop secondary to severe keratitis or panophthalmitis in 3-10% of patients.

    Aching Joints - Assessment, Investigations and Management in Primary Care Professional

    Bladder symptoms. Anterior uveitis. Streptococcal sore throat. Bowel infection - yersinia, salmonella or shigella.

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