Clinical experience, reports to regulatory authorities, and case reports in scientific literature suggest an association between Avelox and ocular injuries.
These reports, dating back to 2004, describe “uveitis and pigmentary dispersion” and “uveitis-like syndrome and iris transillunination” associated with the use of moxifloxacin, the active ingredient in Avelox.
Symptoms of ocular injuries can include:
Depending on the severity, it may cause:
If you believe that you or someone close to you is currently experiencing an AVELOX-related side effect, please seek out medical attention from a professional immediately.
Then call the number listed on this website to receive a complimentary consultation about your potential claim in an AVELOX lawsuit.
We will connect you with lawyers who are committed to exposing the risks of using this medication, and who will seek justice for all those who have been needlessly injured by it.
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