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As you have mentioned the possibility of scleritis as the cause of recurrent redness in one eye, let me just give list of possible causes of scleritis.
It is often associated with auto-immune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis, polyarteritis nodosa, wegener's granulomatosis, systemic lupus erythematosis.These can be verified by various tests including RA factor( blood), ANA-antinuclear antibodies, ANCA- Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies, Chest X-ray, ultrasound
of the eye etc.
For vision to be affected in scleritis, there can be uveitis
, cataract. If you have been on steroids for as long as 6 months, then a possibility of posterior subcapsular type of cataract has to be looked for.
In case of complications arising out of chronic use of steroids( oral), you can be switched over to immunosuppressants like cyclophosphomide.
You can find a list of ophthalmologists
in sydney by following this link-
But it would not be possible to comment on who is good enough and who is not.
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