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Table 1 Clinical features of the 16 published cases (including our case) with zoledronic acid induced uveitis

From: Acute bilateral uveitis and right macular edema induced by a single infusion of zoledronic acid for the treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis as a substitution for oral alendronate: a case report

Case Age Eye involved Time from exposure to onset of ocular menifestations Indications Ocular history
1 [5] 66 unilateral 2d postmenopausal osteoporosis no
2 [6] 75 unilateral 2d osteoporosis no
3 [7] 58 unilateral NA osteoporosis no
4 [23] 58 unilateral 10 h osteoporosis no
5 [8] 56 unilateral 12 h postmenopausal osteoporosis no
6 [25] 70 unilateral 1d frontal hyperostosis after breast cancer no
7 [24] 54 bilateral 1d breast cancer with bone matastasis no
8 [9] 78 unilateral 48 h prostate cancer with bone matastasis no
9 [10] 48 unilateral 24 h breast cancer with bone matastasis no
10 [11] 54 unilateral 3d breast cancer with lung and bone matastasis no
11 [12] 56 bilateral 72 h prostate cancer treated with leuprolide no
12 [12] 68 bilateral 60 h prostate cancer treated with leuprolide no
13 [13] 60 unilateral 24 h osteoporosis and breast cancer yes
14 [14] 62 bilateral 48 h back and femur pain in MGUS no
15 [22] 59 unilateral 2d osteoporosis no
16a 63 bilateral 24 h postmenopausal osteoporosis yes
  1. aThe case described in this report, NA not available, MGUS monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance