Surgery For Recurrent Uveitis

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Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) or periodic ophthalmia frequently is a sight-threatening intraocular inflammatory disease of the eye in equids of any age in all parts of the world. Severe single attacks, as well as recurrent minor episodes, can cause opacities of the refracting media by corneal edema, proteinous, cellular exudates in the aqueous humor, inflammatory deposits, and pigment patche

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