Uveitis is a rare, complex condition that may result in eye pain, eye redness, blurred vision, light sensitivity, or floaters. The type of uveitis you have depends on which part of the eye is affected -- the front, middle, or the back. If not properly treated by an experienced ophthalmologist, uveitis may lead to glaucoma, cataracts, retinal swelling, or permanent vision impairment. Some common causes of the condition include infections, trauma, and autoimmune or inflammatory diseases.

Duke's team of uveitis specialists work to accurately diagnose your condition and provide comprehensive care to reduce inflammation and preserve your vision. At the same time, we help you manage the complications that are sometimes associated with uveitis treatments.