How do my eyes get checked for Uveitis?

Uveitis is inflammation of the eye which can be diagnosed by eye screening. The ophthalmologist uses a slit lamp to look into the child's eyes. Uveitis can be found in patients with and without Juvenile Arthritis. This video shows step by step what to expect when you have an eye test and have your eyes checked for uveitis in the children's hospital.


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