Radiation Retinopathy: How to Predict, Prevent and Save Vision
March, 12, 2021: Radiation retinopathy, that starts at the time of ophthalmic radiation therapy, is dose-dependent and can be suppressed. Dr. Paul Finger teaches what radiation doses have been associated with the development of radiation maculopathy, the timing of symptoms and how to prevent, or more likely, delay secondary vision loss. Dr. Finger teaches how he uses anti-VEGF medications to suppress radiation retinopathy. That said, you can see his visual acuity results by visiting his website www.eyecancer.com/results as he publishes his outcomes after plaque therapy for choroidal melanoma.