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ganciclovir intravitreal

Does ganciclovir intravitreal have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with ganciclovir intravitreal:

Common side effects of ganciclovir intravitreal:

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

Infrequent side effects of ganciclovir intravitreal:

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

Rare side effects of ganciclovir intravitreal:

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

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