Author(s): Chen TL, Yang KR, Chen SM
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Abstract The authors report a case of photic maculopathy that developed in a 30-year-old laboratory worker after repeated, consecutive exposure to low energy He-Ne laser. Pigmented foveal change and a small central scotoma in the right eye with window defect on fluorescein angiography characterized this maculopathy. Photochemical damage is considered to be the cause of the maculopathy.
This article was published in Changgeng Yi Xue Za Zhi
and referenced in Journal of Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology