Purpose: To evaluate optical coherence tomography in allergy-prone uveitis patients.
Methods: Thirty-four patients (43 eyes) with posterior uveitis (31 eyes) and intermediate uveitis (12 eyes) were evaluated by fluorescein angiography, indocyanine green angiography, and optical coherence tomography. Follow-up examinations used optical coherence tomography in allergy-prone patients.
Results: Optical coherence tomography identified epiretinal membranes, which were removed surgically (three eyes); persistent cystoid macular edema, which resolved with cytotoxic treatment (12 eyes); and juxtafoveolar membranes, which were treated by diode laser (six eyes) and excision (two eyes).
Conclusion: Optical coherence tomography may provide useful information on complications developing in uveitis patients.