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Uveitis Patient Selection & Treatment Options Case-Based CME Symposium
1. When should treatment be initiated for asymptomatic anterior uveitis patients?
a. When peripheral vascular leakage is observed
b. When it starts entering the perifoveal region
c. When there is anterior chamber cell and flare
d. None of the above

2. When should intravitreal steroid use be considered very carefully?
a. Presence of macular edema and acute vision loss
b. History of chronic or reoccurring uveitis
c. Uveitis is suspected to be infectious
d. Extensive history of immunosuppressive disease

3. For recurrent anterior uveitis, which of the following diagnostic tests would NOT be considered?
a. Rapid plasma reagin
b. Indocyanine green chorioangiography
c. Fluorescent treponemal antibody absorption
d. Tuberculosis test

4. What imaging test is typically done first if posterior uveitis is suspected?
a. Indocyanine green chorioangiography
b. B-scan ultrasonography
c. Fluorescein angiography
d. Chest x-ray

5. Case presentation: A 27-year-old male presents with history of recent vision loss. Diagnostic tests reveal cystoid macular edema, extensive nonperfusion, and cotton wool spots. What steps should be taken?
a. Conduct diagnostic tests for systemic involvement
b. Start aggressive therapy
c. Consult with other services
d. All of the above