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I just want to say thank you for what you have done so far. I have Uveitis and had it since the 90' s. The doctors say I am one of the 10 % that don't know why I have it, so for me there is no cure. My vision has been impaired for a long time and has gotten worse this past year. The medicine the doctors put me on gave me cataracts in both eyes because I was on predforte for so long. I still have the flare ups but because of my visits with you my vision is slowly coming back. The last doctor was very rude and disrespectful to me so I didn't make another appointment with their office. God Bless you and your team.
Thank you again,
Uveitis is an inflammation of the eye. It involves the iris (colored part of the eye), choroid (a thin membrane containing many blood vessels), and ciliary body (the part of the eye that joins these together). also called the uveal tract or uvea. The uvea is very important because its many veins and arteries transport blood to the parts of the eye that are critical for vision.
What Are the Symptoms of Uveitis?
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