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ganciclovir intravitreal

Side Effects

List ganciclovir intravitreal side effects by likelihood and severity.

The following side effects are associated with ganciclovir intravitreal:

Common side effects of ganciclovir intravitreal:

  • Decrease in the Sharpness of VisionSevere
  • Detachment of the Retina of the EyeSevere
  • Hemorrhage of the Vitreous of the EyeSevere

Infrequent side effects of ganciclovir intravitreal:

  • Anterior Chamber Eye HemorrhageSevere
  • CataractsSevere
  • Disease of the Macula of the EyeSevere
  • Disease of the Optic NerveSevere
  • Increased Pressure in the EyeSevere
  • Inflammation of the Uvea of the EyeSevere

Rare side effects of ganciclovir intravitreal:

  • A Depression in the Cornea of the EyeSevere
  • Adhesions of Iris of the EyeSevere
  • Closed Angle GlaucomaSevere
  • Disease of the Cornea of the EyeSevere
  • Eye HemorrhageSevere
  • Fluid Accumulation in Lining of Eye with SwellingSevere
  • Fold or Doubling of the Choroid of the EyeSevere
  • Hole in the Retina of the EyeSevere
  • Inflammation of the EyeSevere
  • Inflammation of the Inside of the EyeSevere
  • Overgrowth of the Star-Shaped Brain Cells in Damaged AreaSevere
  • Reduced Tension in the EyeballSevere
  • Separation of the Vitreous from the Retina in the EyeSevere
  • Smaller Eyeball Size After Eye Inflammation ProblemSevere
  • Swelling and Irritation of the Choroid of the EyeSevere
  • Tear of the Retina of the EyeSevere
  • Temporary Decrease in Sharpness of VisionSevere
  • Thickening and Hardening of Thin Vascular Coating of EyeSevere

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