Low endophthalmitis rate found after intravitreal injections

Analysis of 12 years of data on intravitreal injections in a large tertiary referral center showed a low rate of endophthalmitis as a complication. No difference was found among anti-VEGF agents, and the least favorable visual acuity results were related to Streptococcus infection.
The authors performed a retrospective review of the clinical and microbiology records of all patients who presented to Bascom Palmer Eye Institute between January 2005 and December 2017 with a diagnosis of endophthalmitis after intravitreal anti-VEGF injections. This population included patients who had been treated

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