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fluid behind retina after cataract surgery
What is the treatment, if any, for this?


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Almost always the condition you refer to is called cystoid macular edema. Treatment: time and do nohting-it usually goes away by itself. Most common Treatment: steroid eye drops and nonsteroidal antiinflammatory like xibron or acular.

Most drastic Treatment usually not needed after cataract surgery is intraocular injection of steroid.

JCH MD
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