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Avastin for maculopathy after retinal thrombosis

Avastin treatment for macular edema after retinal thrombosis. It is a review of the different treatments for maculopathy that come after the retina’s thrombosis. The new treatment modalities of exudative maculopaty, after the branch retinal vein occlusion, are compared one with the other. This article was commissioned by the editor […]

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Retinopathy Laser Surgery

Fluorangiography: what is it? Fluorangiography is a technique for examining the circulation of the retina. It consists in using a fluorescent dye and a specialized camera to take pictures of the retina; it lasts for about 5 minutes. Fluorangiography is especially useful in case of diabetic retinopathy or retinal thrombosis. […]

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Retinopathy: causes and symptoms

Retina The retina is the inner layer of the eye, composed of nervous cells; just like the camera film, it collects images and transform them into nervous signals that are then transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve. Retina alteration are spotted very well with the exam of the […]

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Minimally Invasive Maculopathy surgery

Maculopathy surgery procedures Maculopathy laser treatment is used to cure exudative maculopathy. Minimally invasive maculopathy surgery. Laser therapy uses a concentrated ray of light to destroy neoformed vessels typical of exudative maculopathy, from which liquid comes out. This treatment is performed as outpatient, using eye drops as anaesthetic. If neovessels […]

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How to cure Maculopathy?

When to perform Maculopathy surgery Cure for maculopathy depends on its cause. The term maculopathy stands for series of diseases that share a degeneration of the macula, which is the central portion of the retina; we use it to focus on details. The exam for the bottom of the eye, […]

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Maculopathy: Causes and Symptoms

Maculopathy and its causes Maculopathy, or macular degeneration, is a disease related to the central part of the retina, called macula. Maculopathy is characterized by a progressive loss of central vision, usually bilateral, that greatly impairs vision functions. In any case, degenerative maculopathy never leads to complete blindness since lateral […]

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