Treatment of the Bilateral Severe Uveitis by IVT of Regulator T-cells: Study of Tolerance of Dose
Uveitis is a leading cause of blindness in the children and young adult's populations. One third of etiology are idiopathic. The reference treatments are corticosteroids and immunosuppressive agents. They have significant side effects, and patient's compliance is often poor. In addition, some uveitis are more resistant. Also, in these situations of deadlock therapeutic, investigators propose a cell therapy by administering regulatory T cells (Tregs) in the vitreous of patients.