Explore the latest in intraocular inflammation, including recent advances in the diagnosis and management of uveitis and chorioretinitis.
This case-control study examines the association between uveitis and psychological stress in patients with active and controlled uveitis.
This study of 3 patients with birdshot chorioretinopathy tests the feasibility of swept-source optical coherence tomography angiography in the detection of choroidal lesions.
This case report describes a pediatric patient with an unusual cause of eye pain and loss of visual acuity after hospitalization for seizures and meningoencephalitis.
A white man in his mid-80s with an ocular history of remote left cataract extraction was referred for possible birdshot chorioretinopathy. Multiple yellow-white subretinal deposits were scattered throughout the left posterior pole with parafoveal coalescence, and optical coherence tomography showed choroidal thickening and irregularity of the overlying retinal pigment epithelium. What would you do next?
This analysis of 2 electronic health care systems compares ICD-10 coding of 27 uveitis diseases to identify discrepancies in coding.
This case-control study develops and evaluates a set of diagnostic criteria for Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease, an immune-mediated disorder affecting both eyes, using data from Chinese patients.
This cohort study uses Medicare claims data to assess the association of gout with risk of a new diagnosis of uveitis in older individuals.
A woman in her early 50s presents with a 3-week history of pain and photophobia in her right eye and a 3-month history of a bilateral, erythematous, purpuric macular rash originating on her lower extremities and spreading to her abdomen and chest; an ocular examination reveals a singular, smooth, yellow-gray mass in the anterior chamber angle. What would you do next?
This case-control study uses a large health care claims database to investigate whether there is an association between hypovitaminosis D and an increased risk of uveitis in adults who received a diagnosis of noninfectious uveitis.
This case describes a man who presented with a corneal scar, iris defect and heterochromia, and a cataract 2 years after his cornea was scratched. What would you do?
A 65-year-old man referred for evaluation of uveitis in the left eye presented with a red, painful left eye and visual acuity that had declined to counting fingers after undergoing YAG capsulotomy. What would you do next?
This case report describes a 71-year-old man with psoriatic arthritis and stage IV cutaneous melanoma who presented with iritis in the right eye.
This case series explores the potential importance of distinguishing sarcoidosis-associated uveitis from idiopathic uveitis.
This international cohort study examines the clinical features of tubercular uveitis and the associations with response to antitubercular therapy.
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