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How--and how often--uveitis can lead to secondary glaucoma.
“Uveitis can lead to secondary glaucoma because acqueous humor flow through the pupil or out of the iridocorneal angle becomes impaired. Secondary glaucoma has been reported to occur in up to 50% of cats with uveitis secondary to systemic disease.”
-Jennifer Chang, DVM, and Renee Carter, DVM, DACVO
From Feline uveitis: A review of its causes, diagnosis, and treatment