Infectious anterior uveitis

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A rare ophthalmic disorder characterized by inflammation primarily of the anterior part of the uvea (iris and ciliary body) due to an infectious etiology. Clinical symptoms are pain redness photophobia and variable visual loss. Signs on examination include presence of inflammatory cells in the anterior chamber and anterior vitreous keratic precipitates hypopyon iris nodules posterior synechiae and miosis among others.

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