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Jada


12/07/2012

Can uveitis cause retinal detachment?

Is it possible to get retinal detachment because of uveitis? What are the bad influence on eyes because of uveitis?
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  • walkersville

    12/07/2012

    Well, it seems that you are quite concerned about your eye health. So, as a matter of fact, sometimes uveitis could give rise to retinal detachment, because as you can see uveitis, if not taken care of properly and timely, it could become very serious, causing some other problems in your eyes, corneal infections, even retinal detachment, which could lead to a dramatic decrease in your vision.
  • Brittany

    12/07/2012

    It is possible to get retinal detachment because of uveitis. Uveitis is inflammation of the uvea and it has many causes, including eye injury and inflammatory diseases. Your eyes may suffer from light sensitivity, decreased visual acuity and eye pain, blurred vision and floaters. Therefore, you should treat it in time.
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