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To avoid possible permanent vision loss from structural damage, the intraocular inflammation must be controlled promptly, and any associated disorder should be identified and treated.
This Focal Points module reviews the common causes of anterior uveitis and the steps to creating an effective treatment plan. How recent research is shaping future treatment strategies for anterior uveitis is also discussed.
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Authors: Rene Y. Choi, MD, PhD; Phoebe Lin, MD, PhD
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