Prognosis of Uveitis

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Uveitis is neither a hereditary or degenerative disease and so it is not progressive. It certainly has an impact on patient quality of life, especially in the case of long-term treatments, but in principle it is a disease that can be controlled and patients with uveitis will not go blind.

Not only is diagnosis made increasingly sooner, the disease is also dealt with using a much more multidisciplinary approach. In addition, there are new medicines available for dealing with immune-mediated uveitis that now act more quickly and therefore offer a better visual prognosis.

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Substantiated information by:

Alfredo Adán Civera
Marina Mesquida Febrer
Víctor Llorens Bellés

Published: 20 February 2018
Updated: 3 December 2019

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