Speaker shares experiences managing uveitis

KOLOA, Hawaii — When a sputum test is negative but there is a high degree of suspicion that a patient has tuberculosis, a decision whether to treat the disease needs to be made, a speaker said here. Sharing from his own experiences, Thomas A. Albini, MD, said at Retina 2014, “There’s no easy way to make these types of treatment decisions except for familiarity with these types of disease.” For suspected tuberculosis, physicians should be more concerned about people from endemic areas or those more likely to be exposed, such (Read more...)