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Published in Eye Care

News · July 29, 2020

ASRS 2020: In Retinopathy of Prematurity, Fluorescein Angiography Appears Effective for Evaluating Persistent Avascular Retina for Possible Late Laser

Late laser is typically performed between 50 and 60 weeks of postmenstrual age.

PracticeUpdate Editorial Team


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