Health Conditions

Eye Inflammation

What is Eye Inflammation?

Eye inflammation can refer to inflammation of the eyelids or inflammation of the uvea (middle layer of the eye). Symptoms of inflammation to the eyelids include crusting, swelling, redness, and itching. Inflammation of the uvea includes blurred vision, eye pain, eye redness, and light sensitivity. Eyelid inflammation can be a symptom of a bacterial infection such as a stye.

Treatment for eye inflammation includes eye drops, ointments, and medication. Common drug classes used to treat eye inflammation are alpha agonists, aminoglycoside antibiotic / corticosteroid combinations, aminoglycoside antibiotic / polypeptide antibiotic / corticosteroid combinations, NSAIDs, polyene antifungals, sulfa antibiotic / corticosteroid combinations, and adrenocorticotropic hormones.

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