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Uveitis is a condition that affects the middle layer of the eye, which is known as the uvea. The uvea comprises the iris, ciliary body, and choroid. Any of these parts can become inflamed, causing Uveitis, which can affect one or both eyes and can occur in people of any age. Uveitis requires prompt medical attention because it can be severe and, if left untreated, can lead to complications such as Uveitis, cataracts, retinal detachment, or permanent vision loss.
Types of Uveitis
Inflammation in the front part of the eye, including the coloured part (iris) and the area behind it. It can cause redness, pain, and sensitivity to light.
Inflammation in the middle part of the eye, specifically the area behind the iris called the ciliary body. It may cause floaters (specks in vision).
Inflammation in the back part of the eye, affecting the choroid layer. It can lead to blurred vision, floaters, and more severe issues.
Inflammation that affects all three parts of the eye's uvea (front, middle, and back). It can cause various symptoms depending on the severity.
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Dr Aditi is extremely understanding and she treats the patients to the point. I had a severe case of uveitis and she treated me so well and explained me the cause and symptoms. Top of it she gives you so much time. I strongly recommend her to everybody.
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What causes Glaucoma?Glaucoma can be caused by factors such as elevated intraocular pressure, impaired blood flow to the optic nerve, genetics, age, certain medical conditions, and certain medications.
Does Glaucoma only affect elderly people?Glaucoma can affect people of all ages, including infants and young adults, although it is more common in older individuals.
What are the side effects of Glaucoma treatment?Glaucoma treatment may have minor side effects like stinging, redness, or blurred vision with medications. Surgical interventions carry a small risk of complications such as infection, bleeding, or vision changes. Serious complications are rare.