Photodisruption of dense subhyaloid premacular hemorrhage with neodymium:YAG laser
Subhyaloid hemorrhage is usually a benign condition that resolves spontaneously. However, it may take several months and is associated with risk of epiretinal mem- brane formation causing permanent visual impairment. The following report describes a patient who underwent single neodymium:YAG laser membranotomy for a subhyaloid hemorrhage in the macula.
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