Received: 17 October 2019; Published on-line: 08 January 2020

A case report of uveitis with ocular hypertension

N. V. Konovalova, Dr. Sc. (Med.); V. V. Savko, Dr. Sc. (Med.); N. I. Khramenko, Cand. Sc. (Med.); O. V. Guzun, Cand. Sc. (Med.); S. B. Slobodianyk, Cand. Sc. (Med.); Iu. A. Zhuravok, Cand. Sc. (Med.); V. V. Savko, Jr., Cand. Sc. (Med.)

SI "The Filatov Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine"; Odesa (Ukraine)

E-mail:  kvnkonovalova@gmail.com

TO CITE THIS ARTICLE: Konovalova NV, Savko VV, Khramenko NI, Guzun OV, Slobodianyk SB, Zhuravok IuA, Savko VV, Jr. A case report of uveitis with ocular hypertension. J.ophthalmol.(Ukraine).2019;6:70-75. http://doi.org/10.31288/oftalmolzh201967075

Based on a clinical case, we analyzed the characteristics of diagnosis, course, and treatment of uveitis in the presence of ocular hypertension.

Keywords: uveitis, ocular hypertension, prostaglandin analogues


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