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Less invasive retinal reattachment technique leads to better long-term integrity of photoreceptors – News-Medical.Net

A minimally invasive retinal reattachment procedure that can be done in an ophthalmologist’s office leads to better long-term integrity and structure of the retina’s…

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A minimally invasive retinal reattachment procedure that can be done in an ophthalmologist’s office leads to better long-term integrity and structure of the retina’s photoreceptors – cells that allow us to see – compared with more invasive operating room procedures, according to new research published April 22.
The study, published in JAMA Ophthalmology and led by researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital of Unity Health Toronto, contributes to a growing body of evidence pointing towards pneumatic retinopexy…

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