Intraocular Injections Suppress Radiation Retinopathy and Optic Neuropathy – New Patient Brochure

In 2006, Dr. Finger discovered that anti-VEGF drugs could be injected into eyes suffering from sight-limiting radiation retinopathy and optic neuropathy. Since that time, he published his 10-year experience. He has found that these drugs typically suppress (not cure) the disease, but in most cases can save vision! He noted that increasing amounts or more frequent injections are needed over the years. However, at up to 10-year follow up, Dr. Finger was able to see most patients have useful vision.

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