Neurological symptoms are not rare in patients with various uveitic syndromes, and they can be used as a guide to diagnosis. Some of the findings are nonspecific, but others can be typical of certain pathological conditions (table). After combining the information obtained in the medical history with the physical examination, target-oriented laboratory and diagnostic tests may then be obtained to confirm a diagnosis. Neurological manifestations can be of great value throughout this process and clearly should be carefully evaluated in every patient with uveitis.
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