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Eye Diseases

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Eye Disease: Cataract | Conjunctival and Scleral Disorders | Corneal Disorders | Eyelid Disorders | Glaucoma | Infections | Injuries | Lacrimal System Disorders | Macular Degeneration | Movement Disorders | Neuro-Ophthalmologic Disorders | Optic Nerve Disorders | Orbital Disorders | Retinal Disorders | Uveal Disorders

Vision: Vision Disorders | Vision Impairment (Low Vision, Blindness) | Vision Correction Surgery | Eyeglasses & Contact Lenses

Other Topics: General Eye Information | Eye Anatomy | Eye Care | Eye Loss & Prostheses


Uveal (Iris, Choroid & Ciliary Body) Disorders

(Jump to: Overviews | Choroid Disoders | Iris & Pupil Disorders | Uveitis

Overviews
Eye Anatomy: Uvea:Wills Eye Hospital
Eye Anatomy: Iris:St. Luke's Cataract & Laser Institute
Eye Anatomy: Choroid:St. Luke's Cataract & Laser Institute
Eye Anatomy: Ciliary Body:St. Luke's Cataract & Laser Institute


Choroid Disorders
Choroideremia:Foundation Fighting Blindness
Choroideremia:GeneReviews
Genes and Disease: Gyrate Atrophy of the Choroid and Retina:National Center for Biotechnology Information


Iris & Pupil Disorders
Iritis:eMedicine Consumer Health
Adie's Pupil:The Eyecare Trust
Holmes-Adie Syndrome:NINDS
Anisocoria and Horner's Syndrome:AAPOS
Leukocoria (White Pupil):AAPOS


Uveitis
Uveitis:Cleveland Clinic
Bechet's Disease, see Cardiovascular System, Inflammatory Vascular Diseases
NIH Researchers Discover Promising New Therapy for Blinding Eye Disease (Uveitis):National Eye Institute/NIH
Uveitis/Infectious Eye Disease:Research to Prevent Blindness


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