Uveitis Subspecialty Clinic


Uveitis is a disease caused by virus, fungal, and bacterial agents, and sometimes caused by systemic immunological problems or eye damage or from disease elsewhere in the body. However, the cause of the disease is sometimes known but remains unknown in many cases. Patients with uveitis usually complain of vision loss and floater, light sensitivity, blurred vision, pain and redness of the eye, tears and observation of floating objects in the field of vision. Uveitis subspecialty clinic of Noor Eye Hospital offers these services with the presence of experienced ophthalmologists and the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools.