Encouraging results for device to treat wAMD


Long-term positive outcomes of a minimally invasive retrobulbar episcleral brachytherapy device (SalutarisMD, Salutaris Medical Devices, London, UK) show promise for treating wet age-related macular degeneration (wAMD), according to data presented at the RCO congress.

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