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Retinal translocation surgery an option when PDT not effective

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Orlando-Retinal translocation surgery may be an option to consider for some patients following unsuccessful photodynamic therapy (PDT). Eugene de Juan Jr., MD, explained why this treatment course may result in the best vis-ual acuity outcome, in selected patients, at the annual meeting of the American Acade-my of Ophthalmology.

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