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There anyone with personal experience treating retinal cysts?
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Dr. Steven Vale
Ophthalmology
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In brief: May not be necessary
Cysts of the pars plana area of the retina generally do not require treatment.
Macular cysts and holes need to be evaluated and treated by a retinal surgeon. A victrectomy and tissue glue may be necessary. This can be major surgery. Cystoid macular edema is a swelling of the macula that may occur after trauma or surgery, especially cataract surgery. It is usually treated with meds or surgery.

In brief: May not be necessary
Cysts of the pars plana area of the retina generally do not require treatment.
Macular cysts and holes need to be evaluated and treated by a retinal surgeon. A victrectomy and tissue glue may be necessary. This can be major surgery. Cystoid macular edema is a swelling of the macula that may occur after trauma or surgery, especially cataract surgery. It is usually treated with meds or surgery.
Dr. Steven Vale
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