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Iridocyclitis

Overview

Iridocyclitis, a type of anterior uveitis, is a condition in which the uvea of the eye suffers inflammation.

Symptoms - Iridocyclitis

Symptoms include: 

  • Photophobia 
  • Redness 
  • Watering of the eyes 
  • Lacrimation 
  • Miosis, constriction of the pupil 
  • Blurred vision 
  • Synechia

Causes - Iridocyclitis

Iridocyclitis is usually caused by direct exposure of the eyes to chemicals, particularly lachrymators, but can also be caused by ocular viral infection such as herpes zoster (i.e. herpetic iridocyclitis)

Prevention - Iridocyclitis

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Diagnosis - Iridocyclitis

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Prognosis - Iridocyclitis

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Treatment - Iridocyclitis

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