Surgery on retina with argon laser

Surgery on retina with argon laser


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Laser eye surgery. An ophthalmologist uses an argon laser to perform surgery on the retina of a female patient. The patient's head is secured to prevent movement. The ophthalmologist is using a retinal camera to aim the laser beam, which is delivered in a series of pulses. Lasers have a variety of uses in ophthalmic surgery, such as searing (photo-cauterisation) diseased blood vessels on the retina and repairing torn or detached retinas. Such treatments do not usually require anaesthesia, and may be performed on an out-patient basis.

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