Scleritis Explained

Scleritis is a condition that causes inflammation of the sclera, which is the white area of your eye. The sclera is made from connective tissue and its role is to protect your eye and provide structure. Scleritis can affect the front or back of the sclera, but the front is most commonly affected. When scleritis does affect the back of the sclera, complications such as retinal detachment and glaucoma can occur. Read More