"Air bubble was due to anti-vegf injection.
If a concave set of surfaces that is of greater refractive material ... that object will tend to condense the light,
The air bubble inside the vitreous is of lesse refractive ability,
My name is Abhay Agarwal and I am 26. I have a number of 2.5 in both eyes.
While doing retina scan as part of LASIK procedure, I was detected with holes in retina. These were treated through laser treatment and the doctors said that I can go for LASIK after about 3 weeks. However, from what i have read online, it appears that there might be severe problems including problems of floaters etc in one goes for LASIK after retina laser treatment. Would you be please help me & suggest if I should go for LASIK after this retina treatment or not?
Thanks a lot.
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