Patients with retinal diseases may benefit from intravitreal injections (IVI). IVI can help people with retinal diseases manage their condition. The injections are administered in a simple outpatient procedure, and can provide relief from symptoms such as blurred vision, floaters, and blind spots.
During an IVI, a trained ophthalmologist will inject a small dose of medication into the eye to help reduce the effects of the disease. The procedure is typically quick and painless, and patients can return to their normal activities soon after the injection. IVI can help improve vision, slow vision loss, and reduce symptoms associated with retinal diseases.