Algorithm for Work-Up of Panuveitis
Living reference work entry
Uveitis can occur either as a co-manifestation of various autoimmune disorders and infections or as a side effect of medications and toxins, or it can arise as a purely idiopathic ocular inflammation (Table 1).
KeywordsSerous Retinal Detachment Retinal Vasculitis Sympathetic Ophthalmia Endogenous Endophthalmitis Intraocular Lymphoma
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