Practical Diagnostic Approach to Uveitis

Anthony Grillo; Ralph D Levinson; Lynn K Gordon


Expert Rev Ophthalmol. 2011;6(4):449-459. 

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Diagnostic Evaluation

The history, examination and classification are helpful in narrowing the differential diagnosis and determining the appropriate laboratory evaluation.[37] For all of the classifications it is equally important to recognize red flags in the presentation or examination, as infections and masquerade syndromes must be recognized in order to perform additional specialized diagnostic testing, for example molecular diagnostic testing on aqueous or vitreous samples or vitreous biopsies.[9,38–45]


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