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Can retinal surgery result in a bleed in the eye? What can be done to stop the bleed?
On rare occasions, there can be bleeding associated with retinal surgery. The retina itself is a very vascularized tissue, so any manipulation can result in bleeding. Fortunately, the bleeding can be controlled in most cases.
Answered by: Paul Sternberg Jr., MD
Categories: Eye Surgery
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Answered: Sep 05, 2013
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