Fuchs' heterochromic iridocyclitis (Fuchs' uveitis syndrome)
This condition is one of the most common types of chronic (longstanding) uveitis. It has some unique characetristics which distinguish it from most other forms of uveitis. It is commonly present for many years before the diagnosis is made, usually because of lack of symptoms. Typical symptoms include blurry vision from cataract or floaters due to debris and inflammatory cells in the vitreous gel of the eye. To read more about this click here.