SHOULD PROSTAGLANDINE ANALOGUES BE GIVEN IN RETINAL DISORDERS

M C Q SHOULD PROSTAGLANDINE ANALOGUE A COMMON ANTIGLAUCOMA DRUG BE GIVEN IN A PATIENT OF GLAUCOMA WHO HAS PREEXISTING RETINAL CONDITION YES NO

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NO DR G PRAKASH PROSTAGLANDINE ANALOGUES CAUSE CYSTIOD MACULAR ODEMA SO IF A PT OF GLAUCOMA HAS PREEXISTING RETINAL CONDITION IT WILL BE AGREVATED BY THE DRUG DO THE ANSWER IS NO
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