Health Conditions

Vitreomacular Adhesion

What is Vitreomacular Adhesion?

Vitreomacular adhesion occurs when the vitreous in the eye does not separate from the retina through time. This can lead to blindness and visual impairment.

Treatment for vitreomacular adhesion includes using injections. VEGF antibodies are commonly used for treatment.

Vitreomacular Adhesion:
Drug Classes

VEGF Antibodies

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