Ophthalmology – MCQ 13 – Laser treatment for neovascularization of iris

The laser procedure, most often used for treating iris neovascularization, is:
a) Goniophotocoagulation
b) Laser trabeculoplasty
c) Panretinal photocoagulation (PRP)
d) Laser iridoplasty

Correct answer : c) Panretinal photocoagulation (PRP)

Panretinal photocoagulation is the treatment of choice for neovascularization of iris. It stops the angiogenic stimulus from the retina which is responsible for neovascularization.

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