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Diagnosis of anterior uveitis

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been feeling ill for a very long time. recurrent anterior uveitis both eyes. systemic symptoms worsening- drenching night sweats , confusion, body pain, upper left abdominal pain just under ribs ...

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Bilateral Anterior Uveitis and Bipolar. I am writing from Canada where the process moves slowly and one has ...

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Would symptomatic uveitis be discovered by a full opthamalogic exam. I have been diagnosed with visual snow or persistent XXXXXXX without migraine and was curious about a differential diagnosis ...

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Hello,I had an ekg last week and they siad that i have borderline inferior q waves (PR 161) and borderline st elevation anterior leads (80) sinus bradtcaria rate of (48) i am 32 and in shape (workout ...

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My mother 79 yrs old and had a Phaco Surgery on 23rd Jan’14 and surgery was ok. After a week she got Uveitis as per doctor and prescribed the eye drop like Prednisolone , Vigamox. Topin, Natamet ...

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I am in the middle of my fourth episode of anterior uveitis . I have some curious other symptoms ... of uveitis. Thus far, it has not come back for him. Any ideas?? ...

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Hi my name is Julie, my question is I was diagnosed with small vessel diseases of the brain about 2years ago by neurologist,then I was told that my legs had very thin veins , I have had anterior uveitis ...

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50YEARS,5.6HEIGHT,70WEIGHT,BASED ON THE ABOVE CLINICAL FINDINGS, A DIAGNOSIS OF ANTERIOR AND INTERMEDIATE UVEITIS AND CYSTOID MACULAR EDEMA IN BOTH EYES.PLEASE I AM SUFFERING FROM SO MANY YEARS ...

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pox when she was little and has an immunity to chicken pox now. She is on methatrexate for anterior uveitis and Jia but has been for 2 years. Any suggestions ? ...

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How long should the recovery from Uveitis be after finishing the medication regime? Should your vision return to normal by 4 weeks taking into consideration that another diagnosis of synichia ...

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I am seeking expert opinions on underlying etiology for bilateral uveitis. A five-year old boy was diagnosed as bilateral uveitis with posterior synechia. Before oral administration of Medrol ...

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the doctors, they have diagnosed it as Anterior segment examination was normal in both eyes. Fundus ...) and all uveitic workup was negative. He was diagnosed to have bilateral intermediate uveitis. He has also ...

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HI I am suffering from uveitis and have been prescribed three medications. 2 eye drops 1 two hourly(antibiotic), one 4hourly (steriod)and a cream for before bed. I started with a strange burning smell and metallic ...

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and kidneys, and aside from that, my uveitis is still here, what should i do?i feel scared and confused ...

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Is there any specialist with proven track record in eye disease Uveitis in Delhi - my mother is suffering from Uveitis. she was first treated for Glucoma in February this year. & was later found she ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, If your eyesight is alright then it is okay, it may heal naturally. But still I advise you to get your eye checkup done, because sometimes You may have some swelling inside your eyeball (anterior uveitis) from being hit the basketball. although usually the bones around your eye protect the globe pretty well from something as large as a basketball. Thanks. Dr.Singh.