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autoimmune uveitis that target retinal proteins have given rise to a better understanding of the important immune pathways involved in the uveitis pathogenesis and have offered a foundation for the development of new therapies. Human disease is known to be T-dependent, since clinical uveitis is improved by T-targeting treatments. Autoimmune and inflammatory uveitis are a group of potentially blinding intraocular inflammatory disorders that develop without a known cause of infection and often involve immunological responses to specific retinal proteins. This category of disabilities in the United States is associated with around 10% of the extreme visual cases    

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