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Table 2 Drugs associated with uveitis (modified from Cunningham et al. [2])

From: Drug-induced uveitis

Systemic Topical Intraocular Vaccines
TNF-α antagonistsa Prostaglandin analogsa Antibioticsa Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG)a,c
Rifabutina Metipranolola Cidofovira Influenzaa
Bisphosphonatesa Corticosteroidsa Urokinasea Hepatitis Ba
Sulfonamidesa Cholinomimeticsa Plasmin/microplasmina Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR)b
Diethylcarbamazinea Brimonidinea Antibodies (ranibizumab, bevacizumab, etc.)a Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DPT)b
Fluoroquinolonesa Antibioticsa Triamcinolone acetonidea Varicellab
Oral contraceptivesb Betaxololb   Smallpoxb
Topiramateb Cholinesterase inhibitorsb   
Trifluoperazineb    
Quinidineb    
Ibuprofenb    
Reserpineb    
Sildenafilb    
Clomiphene citrateb    
  1. A comprehensive list of drugs reported to be associated with uveitis may be found at http://www.eyedrugregistry.com. aStrong evidence; banecdotal evidence; cuveitis also associated with skin placement of purified protein derivative.