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Due to diabetes mellitus, epiretinal membrane and premium IOL, 19% of the patients also received supplement topical NSAIDs.
Grid testing is key in identifying and diagnosing macular pathologies, such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and epiretinal membrane.
In the UK, NICE recommended JetreaA to treat patients suffering from vitreomacular traction, including macular hole of less than or equal to 400 microns when an epiretinal membrane is absent, or adults with vitreomacular traction and severe symptoms, when an epiretinal membrane and macular hole are both absent.
This condition is also known as epiretinal membrane, cellophane maculopathy, and surface wrinkling maculopathy.
Polymerase chain reaction for detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in epiretinal membrane of Eales' disease patients.
Traumatic maculopathy and epiretinal membrane formation were determinants of worse final visual acuity.
New York time: it seemed to the specialist like an epiretinal membrane for which surgery techniques had been developed in New York.
NICE final guidance recommends reimbursement of JETREA for treatment of a broad range of VMT patients, from early stage to late-stage: patients with epiretinal membranes (ERMs) are excluded