Complications of indirect laser photocoagulation.

Abstract

Potential complications of indirect laser photocoagulation for retinopathy of prematurity are: corneal burn; iris burn; lens burn; choroidal hemorrhage or neovascularization; inadvertent photocoagulation of fovea; preretinal membrane formation; late onset retinal detachment; and retinal, preretinal, or vitreous hemorrhage. 

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