Ocular Inflammation is inflammation of the uvea, the middle layer of your eye. The eye is shaped much like a tennis ball, with three different layers of tissue surrounding a central gel-filled cavity. The uvea contains many blood vessels, the veins and arteries that carry blood flow to the eye. Since it nourishes many important parts of the eye (such as the retina), inflammation of the uvea can damage your sight. Ocular inflammation may be the result of a wide variety of causes, including infection and inflammatory disorders (see below). Some conditions may affect other parts of the body. In many cases however, despite thorough investigations, the cause remain unknown.
Related Journals of Ocular Inflammation
Archives of Inflammation, Infectious Diseases and Diagnosis , Infectious Diseases and Treatment , Inflammatory Bowel Diseases & Disorders, Innate Immunity & Immunological Disorders , Ocular Immunology and Inflammation, OncoImmunology, Journal of Ophthalmic Inflammation and Infection, International Journal of Inflammation, Mucosal Immunology,