Articular forms with eye lesions or isolated roar mating eye lesions. Anti-inflammatory drugs can be used topically, with persistent uveitis, an ophthalmologist is prescribed glucocorticoids in conjunctival injections. When the articular syndrome is present, general NSAID therapy in combination with agents that improve microcirculation. The treatment of choice for all forms of rheumatoid eye disease is metindol therapy. Monitoring of the effectiveness of therapy is carried out only on the eye syndrome with a mandatory assessment of the state of the anterior chambers of the eye using a slit lamp.
The absence of the effect of therapy during the month or the progression of eye syndrome is an indication for the appointment of cytostatic therapy (high titers of antinuclear antibodies can be considered as an additional indication). Of the cytostatic drugs, the best is cyclophosphamide.
(1–5 mg / kg per day), orally, intramuscularly, intravenously or chlorbutin — 0.1–0.3 mg / kg, orally.