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Ann Med Res. 2010; 17(4): 355-358

Our Results of Follow-Up and Treatment in Anterior Herpetic Uveitis


Tamer Dem*, Rumeysa Tanyıldızı*




Purpose: To evaluate the clinical findings, visual outcomes and treatment modalities of the patients with herpetic anterior uveitis.

Methods: We retrospectively reviewed of 20 patients medical records who were followed by herpetic anterior uveitis in our clinic between 2005-2009. The diagnosis of herpetic uveitis was proven by the clinical findings.

Results: There were 9 (45%)  female and 11(55%) male patients with the mean  age of 40±16 years. Mean follow up time was 20±11 months. All of the patients had different levels of anterior chamber inflamation and 10 (50%) patients had  keratic presipitate. Twelve (60%) patients had corneal involvment; 7 of them had epitelyal keratitis and 5 of them had corneal scar. Nine (45%) patients had segmental  iris atropy, 6 30(%) patients had posterior synechia. Two (10%) patients had intraocular pressure elevation during this period. All patients treated with topical steroid and sistemic anti viral agents. Recurrence was devoloped in 10 (50%) patients during this period. The mean improvment of the visual acuity was 1,9 lines according to the snellen charts.

Conclusion: Diagnosis in anterior herpetic uveitis is dependant on clinical signs. Correct diagnosis and effective  treatment may decrease  complications and recurrences.

Key Words: Herpetic Uveitis; Treatment; Prognosis.

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