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    triamcinolone acetonide (PF) intraocular

    Side Effects

    List triamcinolone acetonide (PF) intraocular side effects by likelihood and severity.

    The following side effects are associated with triamcinolone acetonide (PF) intraocular:

    Common side effects of triamcinolone acetonide (PF) intraocular:

    • CataractsSevere
    • InfectionSevere
    • Increased Pressure in the EyeLess Severe

    Infrequent side effects of triamcinolone acetonide (PF) intraocular:

    • Increased Pressure in EyesSevere
    • Inflammation of the Inside of the EyeSevere
    • Blurred VisionLess Severe
    • Eye DiscomfortLess Severe

    Rare side effects of triamcinolone acetonide (PF) intraocular:

    • Bleeding of the Stomach or IntestinesSevere
    • Cushing's SyndromeSevere
    • DepressionSevere
    • Detachment of the Retina of the EyeSevere
    • DiabetesSevere
    • False Sense of Well-BeingSevere
    • Hemorrhage from the Conjunctiva of the EyeSevere
    • Inflammation of Skin caused by an AllergySevere
    • Mental DisturbanceSevere
    • Muscle ProblemsSevere
    • OsteoporosisSevere
    • RashSevere
    • Ulcer from Stomach AcidSevere
    • White Blood Cells in the Front of the EyeSevere
    • Chronic Trouble SleepingLess Severe
    • Conditions of Excess Stomach Acid SecretionLess Severe
    • Decrease in the Sharpness of VisionLess Severe
    • Decreased Pigmentation of SkinLess Severe
    • Excessive HairinessLess Severe
    • FloaterLess Severe
    • Inflammation of the EyeLess Severe
    • Irregular PeriodsLess Severe
    • Mood ChangesLess Severe

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