Uveitis is inflammation in the front part of the particular eyeball and affects the iris, ciliary body, plus choroid. The eye condition may occur due to an unknown reason (idiopathic) or it may be the particular result of inflammation in the body. Most commonly, autoimmune diseases such as lupus, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and sarcoidosis often cause uveitis. The particular symptoms of uveitis include blurry vision, floaters, red eyes, light sensitivity and eye pain. 4

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