my son has Anterior Uveitis , need to know more about it can you help ?
he is blind in one eye, WE have been to eye dr a lot in just a few days .
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What is anterior Uveitis? Urgent 20 marks!?
How does cidofovir which is used to treat herpes virus as well as other dna virues treat this?
Iritis, or anterior uveitis, is the most common form of ocular inflammation encountered. It is a common cause of a painful red eye. Inflammation of the iris may appropriately be termed iritis, whereas inflammation of the iris and the ciliary body is called iridocyclitis. Iritis may be subdivided into 2 broad categories: granulomatous and nongranulomatous (+ info
Anterior Uveitis advice please?
I have had iritis many times befoe but not since 2004.
Now it's back and despite applying pred forte and mydrilate for a week, the pain is as bad as ever.
In the past it has usually responded to treatment pretty quickly..
should I worry or can it take a while to respond to treatment?
Don't mess around with Uveitis. It's important to see your eye doctor right away. If you call and explain your situation you should be seen today. It's important to maintain contact with your doctor with several visits and follow ups until this is resolved. (+ info
dealing with reccurent severe bouts of anterior uveitis for 6 years, any ideas?
i've had horrible cases of iritis for about 6 years now in both eyes. i've had tons of bloodwork and testing (chest x-rays, coloonscopy, endoscopy), and the onyl thing ever found was a severe ulcer on my duodnem(sp?). are there any new findings, any new research? treatment makes day to day life hard because i am a hairstyling instructor, and with dilated eyes, it makes detail work hard. i've had a few steroid shots in the eyes, and lots of medrol packs...on top of pred forte and dilating drops..
It sounds like everything is being done that can be done for this. One idea for you. Perhaps you could use contact lenses when your eyes are dilated. These could be colored to cut down on light and focused for near to allow you to do hairstyling. To see distance, you could have a pair of glasse made to compensate for the power of the contact lenses in your eyes. Good luck.
One other comment is that since you have a history of duodenal uler, systemic steroids like Medrol should be used very cautiously, if at all They contribute to ulcer formation in the duodenum and stomach. (+ info
What percentage of Uveitis sufferers go completely blind?
If you have any idea, please let me know. I found out that I had Uveitis 4 or 5 years ago and already have minor vision problems (I'm 18), mostly blurriness. i also have a blind spot (bigger than normal) in my left eye and cant see very well if i'm looking only through my left eye. Also, can Visual Prosthesis be done on someone with Uveitis? Thanks
uveitis treated properly: very, very few "go blind". near zero.
UN-treated uveitis: a decent possibility of losing vision.
"visual prosthesis" is nowhere near practical application, but in theory it would only be used in someone with NO eye or a completely blind eye. (+ info
Can a person with scleritis and uveitis wear contact lenses?
In the last 2 years I have had bouts with scleritis and uveitis in my left eye.One time the doc told me I could wear contacts when I wasn't experiencing a flare up of either condition.Six weeks later he says that he never said that and I can't wear lenses.
I'm going for a second opinion Friday.I'm just curious if anyone has experience with this? Thanks
You shouldn't wear contacts if you have an eye infection. The risk of reinfection is really high
How can I work my anterior deltoids without compressing the spine?
I have a slightly herniated disc in the thoracic spine so i can't do anything that compresses my spine (ex: military press, hubcaps). I've found ways to work my middle and posterior delts with elastic bands but can't figure anything out for anterior deltoids. Does anyone have any excercises they know of that you could share with me?
what is anterior deltoids? (+ info
What are the side effects of anterior sternoclavicle dislocation?
Just had manipulation on right shoulder and capsular release! Now I have anterior strenoclavicle dislocation! What kind of sideaffects will i expect?
Patients commonly complain of chest and shoulder pain exacerbated by arm movement or by assuming a supine position.
Pain tends to be more severe with posterior dislocations.
Additional symptoms may be caused by associated injuries or by compression of adjacent structures by a posterior SCJ dislocation.
Paresthesias (+ info
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The first line of intervention is usually medication. They will follow you closely with checkups and keep an eye on it through stress tests and if need be heart caths. If it gets worse they can do an angioplasty with a stent or just an angioplasty which is very similar to a heart cath but with ballooning the blockage to open up the artery. I have had both done and also a quadruple heart bypass and am doing just fine. I am still taking medication for lowering cholesterol and will most likely take it the rest of my life although my numbers have always been good with a good ratio too! Try not to worry and do what they tell you to do and you should be fine. (+ info
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