Table 1

Clinical details of patients with uveitis

Lab NoSexAgeUveitis entities and systemic associationsReason for vitrectomyUveitis status at time of surgery
117M38Idiopathic posterior uveitisRRD Active
124F35Ankylosing spondylitisVitreous opacityQuiet
133M62Idiopathic posterior uveitisTRD Quiet
148F41SarcoidosisRRDActive
170M29Seronegative arthritisRRDQuiet
229M36Heterochromic cyclitisVitreous opacityQuiet
240M75Viral retinal necrosisRRDActive
288M50SarcoidosisMacular puckerQuiet
290F17ToxocaraRRDActive
302F24ToxoplasmosisMacular puckerQuiet
339M25SarcoidosisRRDQuiet
360M59TuberculosisVitreous haemorrhageQuiet
406F28Viral retinal necrosisRRDQuiet
409F32Idiopathic posterior uveitisVitreous haemorrhageQuiet
454M28Ulcerative colitisVitreous opacityActive
466F40TuberculosisTRDQuiet
685F46Idiopathic posterior uveitisVitreous opacityQuiet
687F56Idiopathic posterior uveitisRRDActive
712M32ToxoplasmosisVitreous opacityQuiet
739M26Idiopathic posterior uveitisVitreous haemorrhageQuiet
763M56Idiopathic posterior uveitisRRDActive
771M55Idiopathic posterior uveitisRRDQuiet
774M36ToxoplasmosisRRDActive
  • RRD = rhegmatogenous retinal detachment; TRD = traction retinal detachment.