Pharmacologic Vitreolysis for Treatment of Anomalous PVD Lecture

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On Tuesday,  August 4, 2015, the VMR Institute for Vitreous Macula Retina in Huntington Beach, California hosted a large group of community Doctors to a continuing education lecture on the use of pharmacologic vitreolysis for the treatment of anomalous PVD. This new way to treat vitreo-maculopathies has already replaced surgery in some cases and promises to gain wider acceptance and application in coming years when even more potent drugs are available. The attendees were all very engaged in this two-hour lecture accredited by the California State Board and left with an enhanced understanding of the indications, limitations, safety, and efficacy of this approach to treating patients in the office rather than in the O.R. as a way to cure blindness from such diseases as macular holes.


About the Author
Dr. Sebag specializes in treatment of diseases of the retina, vitreous, and macula. He has authored three books, as well as many articles, chapters and editorials on diseases, drug therapy, and surgery.
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