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Suggest Remedy For Uveitis

I have a history of Uveitis/Iritis. As a result, (so I've been told), both pupils are stuck, one large and one very small. It plays havoc with my vision, especially in bright light. The doctor said that they can be "unstuck" but that it would make the Uveitis worse. I'm apparently going to be on Fluorometholone for the rest of my life and will always be susceptible to Uveitis, so what difference would it make? I don't mind that they are stuck, I just wish they were both the same (preferably the smaller version). Can anything be done?
Thu, 15 Oct 2015
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as a consequence of uveitis occlusiopopil has been resulted.it will give rise to glaucoma.it can be tried to separate by using strong meditric drop. if not possible then iridotomy by laser be done.managment of uveitis by dexamethasone is to be done. it has adverse effect. so tapering is to be done constant monitoring to observe the progress of uveitisis to be done.
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Suggest Remedy For Uveitis

as a consequence of uveitis occlusiopopil has been resulted.it will give rise to glaucoma.it can be tried to separate by using strong meditric drop. if not possible then iridotomy by laser be done.managment of uveitis by dexamethasone is to be done. it has adverse effect. so tapering is to be done constant monitoring to observe the progress of uveitisis to be done.