Photodynamic therapy of ocuhr diseases by gragoudas miller and zografos with 37 coauthors for the various chapters is an excellent book that reviews the history and how to of photodynamic therapy. Photodynamic therapy pdt introduced to ophthalmology in 20001 is a therapeutic procedure which utilizes the photosensitive intravenous drug verteporfin visudyne bausch lomb in combination with a low power long duration infrared laser in the eye it is used to treat vascular issues in the retina and choroid it was first indicated for neovascular age related macular degeneration . Photodynamic therapy is recommended only as a possible therapy for the wet type of the disease photodynamic therapy cant restore vision that you have already lost but it may slow down the damage to your central vision photodynamic therapy is an option only for certain people with wet type amd. Macular degeneration is a common eye condition that can cause blindness fortunately there are ways to manage it one of the best ways to treat this condition is with pdt learn how photodynamic therapy for macular degeneration works recovery side effects and risks and other useful information. I introduction to photodynamic therapy 1 history of photodynamic therapy for ocular disorders 2 principles of photodynamic therapy sect ii preclinical studies 3 in vitro assessment and bioassay of photosensitizers for ocular photodynamic therapy 4 combination of photodynamic therapy and antiangiogenic agents 5 verteporfin pdt for
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