Symptoms of uveitis may include:
- Common vision difficulties, including blurred or unclear vision.
- Floaters, points in the eye that look like little pins or chains of clear bubbles floating around in the area of vision.
- Eye discomfort and redness.
- Photophobia, an unusual feeling to light.
- A little pupil.
- Change of the color of the iris.
Symptoms can appear on slowly or rapidly
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Uveitis relates generally to a range of diseases that cause infection of the central layer of the eye, the uvea, and around tissues. It can be painful, the eye or eyes may be red, and vision may be unclear.
The uvea consists collectively of the iris, the ciliary body. Infection of the iris, or iritis, is the most popular type of uveitis.
he uvea consists of:
The iris, the red part of the eye that circles the pupil
The pars plana, one of the layers of the eye
The choroid, a small, vascular central layer between the white of the eye, or the sclera, and the retina, the light-sensing part at the rear of the eye
The ciliary body, a ring of tissue behind the iris; this body of tissue joins the iris with the choroid
Know About red Eyes
Red eyes are a situation where the white of the eye (the sclera) has converted reddened or “bloodshot.”
The presence of red eye can vary broadly. It can look like there are some squiggly flushed or red marks on the sclera or the whole sclera may look diffusely pink or red. Dr. Nilesh Patil provides the Best Red eyes treatment in Pune
Red-eye can happen in one or both eyes, and it can be connected with several signs, including:
- Watery eyes.
- Sensitivity to light.
- Blurry vision.
In many cases, red eyes may have no signs other than redness.
Red eyes are very general and have many causes. Red-eye usually is a sign of other eye diseases that can vary from mild to serious.Dr. Nilesh Patil provides the Red eyes treatment in Pune