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The uveal tract is a vascular intraocular coat composed of the iris, the ciliary body, and the choroid.
It is known that the healing of the sclera depends, excessively, on vascularized adjacent tissue, as the episclera and the uveal tract (DUKE-ELDER & LEIGH, 1977).
5 cm in greatest dimension and focally extended to the outer aspect of the eye; however, the uveal tract (choroid and ciliary body) was not involved, and there was no tumor mass inside the globe.
Uveitis is an inflammatory disease of the uveal tract, which is the pigmented vascular structure comprising the iris (colored part of the eye), the ciliary body (responsible for manufacturing fluid inside the eye) and the choroid (vascular lining tissue underneath the retina).
This is a unilateral, melanocytic hyperplasia that is characterized by hyperpigmentation of the episclera, sclera, uveal tract, orbital tissues and the meninges.