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u·ve·it·ic

(yū'vē-it'ik),
Relating to the uvea.

u·ve·it·ic

(yū'vē-it'ik)
Relating to the uvea.

uveitic

(ū-vē-ĭt′ĭk) [″ + Gr. itis, inflammation]
Marked by or pert. to uveitis.
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6% in their study on the uveitic population living in China.
In an epidemiologic study of uveitic patients, Nicholson et al.
Complications Intervention Final outcome 1 P None Cyclodestruction Failure 2 P None Cyclodestruction Failure 3 None None Success 4 None None Success 5 None None Success 6 Tube-cornea touch Cyclodestruction Failure 7 Tube-cornea touch None Failure 8 Suprachoroid hemorrhage None Failure 9 None--early hyphema None Success 10 Uveitic membrane None Success IOP = intraocular pressure; P = primary congenital glaucoma
Results of hydrophilic acrylic, hydrophobic acrylic, and silicone intraocular lenses in uveitic eyes with cataract: comparison to a control group.
Glaucoma may occur in uveitic eyes as a result of various mechanisms including aqueous outflow blockage due to peripheral anterior synechiae, reduced aqueous outflow due to increased aqueous protein concentration, trabecular inflammation and secondary damage.
Trabeculectomy with mitomycin-C in uveitic glaucoma associated with Behcet disease.
Cataract surgery in uveitic eyes has been shown to offer good visual rehabilitation, especially with the use of intraocular lenses (IOLs).
The general guidelines for cataract surgery in uveitic eyes include a preoperative control of inflammation for at least a period of 3 months.
Purpose: To investigate whether the central corneal thickness (CCT) values of uveitic eyes were different from those of nonuveitic eyes and of control subjects and whether the intraocular pressure (IOP) was associated with the CCT in patients with Fuchs' uveitis syndrome (FUS).
Since first described by Ernst Fuchs (1) in 1906, the uveitic entity called Fuchs' uveitis syndrome (FUS) has dragged the attention of ophthalmologists.