Vitreous Changes in Ocular Inflammation

  • A. E. Jalkh
  • C. L. Trempe

Abstract

Ocular inflammation can be idiopathic or secondary to either systemic or local ocular infection (bacterial, parasitic, viral, or fungal). The inflammatory process can involve the vitreous whether the inflammation is posterior or, less frequently, anterior (peripheral uveitis).

Keywords

Visual Acuity Retinal Detachment Ocular Inflammation Posterior Vitreous Detachment Vitreous Cortex 
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  • A. E. Jalkh
  • C. L. Trempe

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