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Myopic Maculopathy

Myopic Maculopathy - Treatments

Treatment for myopic maculopathy depends on the type of complication or problem that arises. For example, cases of bleeding from abnormal blood vessels (myopic choroidal neovascularization) can be treated with injection of medications into the eye (intravitreal injections). In cases where myopia causes splitting of the retinal layers (myopic foveoschisis), retinal detachment or macular holes, retinal surgery (vitrectomy) may be required.

Myopic Maculopathy - Preparing for surgery

Myopic Maculopathy - Post-surgery care

Myopic Maculopathy - Other Information

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