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2 Doctor Answers | Asked by nana3
Unless someone accidentally injects Sculptra into your eyeball, it is not possible for Sculptra injections to cause vitreitis.
Vitreitis is an inflammatory reaction of the vitreous body (the gel that fills the posterior chamber of the eye or the hyaloid membrane as a result of a disease in the adjacent eye structures, such as the ciliary body, the choroid or the retina, which causes infiltration of cells into the vitreous. Patients complain of floaters and/or blurred vision. Scuptra injections are not placed anywhere within the eye or any structures that can affect the vitreous body. Therefore it should...