Subretinal hemorrhage.

  title={Subretinal hemorrhage.},
  author={Glenn Yiu and Tamer M. H. Mahmoud},
  journal={Developments in ophthalmology},
Large submacular hemorrhage (SMH) is a devastating complication of neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD) that cannot be effectively managed with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor injections alone. While SMH is not common, AMD patients with existing coagulopathies or taking anticoagulant medications are particularly susceptible. Today, various techniques are available for the management of SMH, including pneumatic displacement with or without intravitreal tissue plasminogen… CONTINUE READING
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