Other Names for this Disease
- Familial recurrent peripheral facial palsy
- Inflammation of the whole uveal tract
- Total uveitis
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Signs and symptoms of panuveitis can develop suddenly and may affect one or both eyes. They may include blurred vision; seeing dark, floating spots (floaters); eye pain; redness of the eye; and sensitivity to light (photophobia). There may also be a whitish area (called a hypopyon) obscuring the lower part of the iris.
Last updated: 7/22/2014
- Kierstan Boyd. What is uveitis?. American Academy of Ophthalmology. March 1, 2014; http://www.geteyesmart.org/eyesmart/diseases/uveitis/index.cfm. Accessed 7/22/2014.
- Facts About Uveitis. National Eye Institute. August, 2011; http://www.nei.nih.gov/health/uveitis/uveitis.asp. Accessed 7/22/2014.