"The use of corticosteroid therapy for the treatment of ocular inflammation is hampered by ophthalmic toxicity, including cataract formation, secondary infection, viral reactivation, delayed wound healing and elevated intraocular pressure that can cause irreversible glaucomatous optic atrophy," commented
Pro-inflammatory aldehyde mediators are a novel target in the treatment of inflammation. The positive clinical results reported for reproxalap from Phase 2 clinical trials in dry eye disease, allergic conjunctivitis, and noninfectious anterior uveitis suggest that aldehyde sequestration could also be effective for the treatment of inflammatory diseases that affect other parts of the body, including systemic inflammatory and autoimmune conditions that afflict millions of patients worldwide.
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About Noninfectious Anterior Uveitis
Noninfectious anterior uveitis is a rare, potentially blinding disease that may be mediated in part by pro-inflammatory aldehydes, and is characterized by inflammation in the front of the eye, pain, impaired vision, and photophobia. Topical corticosteroid therapy is the only approved therapy for the resolution of inflammation associated with noninfectious anterior uveitis, but can lead to serious ocular complications, including glaucoma, infections, and cataracts.
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