Treatment will be dependent on the physical condition of the cat, but is usually outpatient.
The possible long-term complications of chorioretinitis include permanent blindness, cataracts, glaucoma, and chronic eye pain. In the worst cases, death can occur secondary to a systemic disease.
The expected course and prognosis for chorioretinitis is guarded to good for retaining vision, depending on the amount of retina affected and on the underlying cause. Visual deficits or blindness may be a permanent complication if large areas of the retina were destroyed. Focal and multifocal diseases do not markedly impair vision permanently, but do leave scars on the animal's eyes.
The prediction of a disease’s outcome in advance
A medical condition in which the peritoneum becomes inflamed
The layer of the eye that is charged with receiving and processing images
Something that is related to the whole body and not just one particular part or organ
The term used to refer to the part of the eye containing the iris, the cilia, and the choroid.
A type of tool used to look inside the eye
A medical condition that results when the nerves become inflamed
A disorder that has resulted from intraocular pressure
Relating to a disease of unknown origin, which may or may not have arisen spontaneously
The colored layer around the pupil
An increase in the number of bad white blood cells
The amount of pressure applied by the blood on the arteries.