MAR 07, 2018
Infectious Uveitis , Retina/Vitreous, Uveitis
In this 1-Minute Video, Dr. Debra Goldstein offers tips how to manage patients with posterior uveitis, which often has an infectious etiology. The location and pattern of the lesions will often offer some clues to its underlying cause. Dr. Goldstein also reminds physicians to rule out infectious etiologies before administering steroids.
View other 1-Minute Videos from Dr. Goldstein:
Post-Cataract Surgery Inflammation: What's Going on?
Cataract Surgery in Uveitis Patients: Pearls for Success
New Hypopyon: What's the Cause?
Anterior Uveitis: When to Suspect Herpes Simplex
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