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Comprehensive Treatment of
Uveitis can be compared to having arthritis in the eyes. The most common
symptoms are red eyes, soreness, light sensitivity, blurred vision, and
occasionally floaters. Although many forms can be mild, uveitis can often be
severe and vision threatening or associated with a serious underlying systemic
disease. How can you tell the difference? That is where a specialist like Dr.
Scales comes in.
The critical element in successful uveitis management is getting the
right diagnosis upon which to base the best possible care. This requires the
patience and experience of a trained uveitis specialist. Uveitis problems
commonly seen at Retina and Uveitis Consultants of Texas, P.A. include
infectious uveitis, autoimmune uveitis, and uveitis from systemic diseases.
After the diagnosis is made, specific therapy must be started. The therapy
ranges from topical eye drops to oral antibiotics to systemic immunosuppressive
drugs like those used to treat transplant patients.
Fellowship training in Uveitis
Specializing in the diagnosis and comprehensive management of Uveitis.
Services are tailored to specific disease and patient requirements.