Chorioretinal and choriovitreal neovascularization. Their presence after photocoagulation of proliferative sickle cell retinopathy.

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Delayed development of choroidally fed neovascularization represents a potentially serious complication of feeder vessel photocoagulation of proliferative sickle cell retinopathy (PSR). Of the 53 photocoagulated eyes, choroidally fed neovascularization developed in 21 within one month to seven years (mean, 32.8 months). This complication appeared in eyes… (More)

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@article{DizonMoore1981ChorioretinalAC, title={Chorioretinal and choriovitreal neovascularization. Their presence after photocoagulation of proliferative sickle cell retinopathy.}, author={R V Dizon-Moore and Lee Merrill Jampol and M. F. Goldberg}, journal={Archives of ophthalmology}, year={1981}, volume={99 5}, pages={842-9} }