How do I manage uveitis on a daily basis?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Uveitis is an inflamed condition of the uveal tract in the eye. Depending on the cause, treatment might include corticosteroids in the form of eye drops, antibiotics, or immunosuppressive drugs. On a daily basis, follow the course of treatment suggested by the eye specialist. If the symptoms recur, seek medical attention again.

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