March 02, 2017
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VIDEO: Retinal specialist details vein occlusions for ODs

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ATLANTA – John Randolph, MD, spoke about the increasing incidence of vein occlusions and clinical variability. He said these patients fit into three categories: “They are patients that have a combined artery and vein occlusion, those that have a vascular or VEGF-driven disease process or patients that have an inflammatory process.”

He also covered what to expect throughout the treatment course in the case of a retinal detachment, here at SECO.