Anti-VEGF monotherapy useful option in patients with RAP

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Anti-VEGF monotherapy appears to be an effective treatment for retinal angiomatous proliferation, according to results of a small, retrospective chart review. Although the results indicate that in most cases repeated injections would be needed to achieve improvement of stable vision, treatment based on ocular coherence tomography-confirmed presence of fluid could achieve outcomes similar to monthly injections.

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