Author(s): Rennie IG
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Abstract Vasoproliferative tumours are uncommon retinal lesions that may occur in isolation (primary) or in association with another ocular condition (secondary). They may be unilateral or bilateral and have a predilection for the peripheral inferior temporal quadrant of the retina. Vasoproliferative tumours can be associated with abnormalities of the macular, including epiretinal membrane formation and cystoid macular edema. A number of modalities have been used to treat these tumours including cryotherapy and radiotherapy.
This article was published in Eye (Lond)
and referenced in Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques