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Laser Pointer Retinopathy: A Case Report and Review

Trt/Mngmnt Ocular Disease
COPE
77322-TD
Exp: 1/26/2025
Credit Hours: 1
$18.50 USD

Course Description

Laser pointer retinopathy is a retinal tissue injury caused by handheld laser devices directed at the eye, whereby pigment changes occur in conjunction with yellow chorioretinal scars at the fovea. There is a focal retinal pigment epithelium loss and damage to the foveal ellipsoid zone seen on optical coherence tomography. This course explores a case of laser pointer retinopathy and works through the pathophysiology, associated conditions, and management of the condition.

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