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What is Uveit?

The structure surrounds a gel-like material in the middle of the eye that resembles a canvas and is wrapped in a 3-layer sheath. The outermost part is called the sclera, the innermost part is the retina, and the part that allows us to see is in the middle uvea. Uvean's inflammation is called uveitis. Uvea has veins that feed the eyes. The inflammation of this place affects all the tissues of t

What are the signs and causes of uveitis?

Sensitivity to pain, pain, redness in the eye, decreased vision are the most important symptoms. Although in most cases there is no cause, in some patients; It is known that it can cause uveitis in diseases such as arthritis, Behcet's disease, infections (bacteria, virus, parasitic mildew), eye trauma, immune system diseases, rheumatic diseases and ulcerative colitis which are found in viruses

How is uveitis diagnosed?

When the symptoms start, you have to be examined by an ophthalmologist. Inflammation can cause permanent loss of sight. In addition to eye examination, it may be necessary to investigate a systemic disease in various situations. In this case, joint research with rheumatologists and internal medicine is possible.

How is uveitis treatment?

Drips containing medicines that enlarge steroids and eye babies are frequently used. Systemic medications may be needed for inflammation that is deeper in the eye. Various complications such as glaucoma, cataracts, neovascularizations (formation of new vessels) can develop

How is uveitis diagnosed?

No matter how severe, uveitis is an urgent disease and should be recognized immediately. When it is late, disease progresses and deformities in eye babies may cause permanent side effects such as cataracts, elevation of eye pressure. The diagnosis of some diseases can be made immediately because of its very typical appearance. Even in this case, advanced techniques such as angiography, ultrason

What are the indications of uveitis?

When localized in the frontal region of the uveitis eye, it gives signs in the form of eye redness, blurred vision or vision loss, pain around the eyes, sensitivity to light and flight patterns in exacerbation periods. If the exacerbation or activation is at the back, the symptoms are mostly blurred vision and decreased vision. The central area of ​​the exacerbation is sudden visual loss and perma

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