Macular alterations secondary to intraocular inflammatory disease.

@article{Nussenblatt1986MacularAS,
  title={Macular alterations secondary to intraocular inflammatory disease.},
  author={Robert B. Nussenblatt},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={1986},
  volume={93 7},
  pages={
          984-8
        }
}
It is often the sequelae of intraocular inflammation that is most damaging to the patient's vision. Macular alterations are frequently seen and include neovascularization, both subretinal and retinal; pre-retinal membranes, particularly in young patients with recurrent vitreal hemorrhages; macular holes; and cystoid macular edema, by far the most common alteration. The goal in assessing the maculae of these patients is to determine if and what type of therapy might be applicable. In addition to… CONTINUE READING
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