A Doctor’s View: What are Intravitreal Injections?
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By Charles Maddux, MD Intravitreal injections treat retinal disease: The retina is a layer of blood vessels and thin tissue in the back of the eye. It houses millions of light-sensitive cells called rods and cones, which read and relay information to the brain through the optical nerve, making vision possible. Intravitreal injections are used… Read More