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Table 3 Characteristics of children with chronic anterior uveitis

From: Discovery of tear biomarkers in children with chronic non-infectious anterior uveitis: a pilot study

Patient   Diagnosis, laterality Age at diagnosis, years Uveitis Active Number of eyes included Topical meds at time of collection Systemic meds at time of collection
1 19-year-old NH AA female Oligoarticular JIA-associated uveitis, unilateral 12 No AC cells rare OD; None OS 1 Prednisolone acetate every hour OD Methotrexate oral
2 15-year-old NH white female Oligoarticular JIA-associated uveitis, bilateral 1 No AC cells 0 OU 2 None Adalimumab injections
3 17-year-old NHW female Polyarticular rheumatoid factor negative JIA-associated uveitis, bilateral 5 No AC cells 0 OU 1 None Infliximab infusions
4 15-year-old NHW female Idiopathic CAU, bilateral 3 No AC cells O OU 1 None Mycophenolate oral
5 17-year-old NH AA female Idiopathic CAU, bilateral 15 Yes AC cells 1+ OU 2 Difluprednate 1 drop daily OU Methotrexate injections
6 14-year-old NH AA female Idiopathic CAU, bilateral 11 Yes AC cells 1+ OU 1 Difluprednate 1 drop daily OU Methotrexate injections
7 12-year-old NH AA male Idiopathic CAU, bilateral 6 No AC cells 0 OU 1 Prednisolone acetate 1 drop 2 times per day OS and Timolol maleate Prednisolone acetate 1 drop 2 times per day OS and Timolol maleate
  1. JIA-U JIA-associated uveitis, CAU chronic anterior uveitis, NH non-Hispanic, AA African-American, W White, AC anterior chamber, OD right eye, OS left eye, OU
  2. bilateral eyes