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Bilateral Panuveitis


Our eye is a complex part of the human body and there are diverse elements which impact the eyesight. Numerous people are diagnosed with the common eye disease but there is a comparatively small group of individuals who suffer from less-known eye diseases. Bilateral Panuveitis is such an eye inflammation; it is not simple to diagnose and is a secondary condition.

In most cases the exact cause of developing Panuveitis is not very clear, or in other words is idiopathic. On the other hand, the causes can include infection, allergy, bacteria, fungi, chemicals, trauma, or even eye surgery. There are times when this eye inflammation is connected to systemic diseases like ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis and toxoplasmosis.
     Below: closeup of panuveitis, seen as the milky discoloration in the iris (the black hole in the center or your eye).


In case you have been diagnosed with an eyesight problem related to Bilateral Panuveitis, you can get more information to manage the eye disease competently. The extent and kind of vision loss, as well as the eye treatment required in Bilateral Panuveitis, varies from patient to patient. 

Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease is a kind of a bilateral panuveitis which is connected to exudative retinal detachment. This eye disease is normally seen in young adults, and develops most often among Asians. Meningeal signs, vitiligo dysacusis and poliosis are some of the characteristics of this eye disease. Bilateral panuveitis can also result from partial Behcet's Disease. 

There is a high possibility for confusion, but with proper consultation from an eye doctor and laboratory analysis it is possible to understand this eye disease better. It goes without saying that it is imperative for the patients as well as the doctor to establish the exact type of Panuveitis early, to continue with the best eye treatment.

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