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Are there alternative treatments for uveitis?

Uveitis can inflame various parts of the eye that compose of the uveal tract. Research does not support the use of alternative medicine for uveitis. With relation to uveitis, a minor study led to the conclusion that subjects who consumed a combination of vitamins C and E twice a day had improved vision after two months. Alternative medicine might react adversely and it is important to inform your physician if you plan to use any.

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