Hawaiian Eye/Retina Meeting
Hawaiian Eye/Retina Meeting
January 20, 2020
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VIDEO: PCO remains the most common late-term sequelae

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KOLOA, Hawaii — At Hawaiian Eye 2020, Jay S. Pepose, MD, PhD, director of Pepose Vision Institute, said that because posterior capsular opacification remains the most common late-term sequelae and effects a patient’s quality of life, the diagnosis, treatment and the timing of treatment are critical.

Disclosure: Pepose reports being a paid consultant to Bausch + Lomb and Keeler.