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Table 1 Clinical features and etiology of eyes with uveitic macular edema

From: The impact of central foveal thickness and integrity of the outer retinal layers in the visual outcome of uveitic macular edema

Classification criteria of uveitis No. eyes (n = 145) Percentage
Anatomic classification
 Anterior 51 35.17
 Intermediate 41 28.28
 Panuveitis 28 19.31
 Posterior 25 17.24
Laterality
 Unilateral 43 29.66
 Bilateral 102 70.34
Ocular inflammatory activity
 Active 68 46.90
 Controlled 77 53.10
Etiology
 Pars planitis 41 28.28
 Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease 27 18.62
 Idiopathic anterior uveitis 18 12.41
 HLA-B27-associated anterior uveitis 17 11.72
 Retinal Vasculitis 15 10.34
 Multifocal choroiditis 6 4.14
 Juvenile idiopathic arthritis-associated anterior uveitis 5 3.45
 Othersa 16 11.04
  1. aOthers: acute zonal occult outer retinopathy, idiopathic chronic anterior uveitis, granulomatosis with polyangiitis, punctate inner choroidopathy