August 29, 2001
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Post-cataract endophthalmitis prognosis has improved

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PESARO, Italy — Although endophthalmitis remains a potential cause of visual loss, both medical therapies and surgical techniques have evolved so that the prognosis is not always as negative as it used to be.

New developments in the treatment of endophthalmitis were discussed at the summer session of the “Italiani d’America” meeting organized by Cesare Forlini, MD, where guests of honor were a group of American ophthalmologists of Italian descent.

The main issue of this session was post-cataract, acute endophthalmitis.

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