General information on Uveitis
Uveitis is an inflammation of the uveal tract of the eye, which includes the iris or colored part of the eye. It is one of the most common eye problems in cats. It is important to diagnose and treat Uveitis because it may be caused by an underlying serious or life threatening disease. Uveitis is a painful condition for cats which can lead to blindness.
Symptoms of Uveitis
Symptoms of Uveitis may include sensitivity to light, a redness to the white part of the eye, squinting, tearing, and irregular size or shape of the pupil.
Treatments for Uveitis
Generally treatment of Uveitis is dependent on it's cause. It's important to seek the advise of your vet and follow his treatment guidelines. Topical and oral anti-inflammatory medications may be used.
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