Laser photocoagulation (for diabetic retinopathy)

Laser photocoagulation is a medical procedure that consists of applying a light beam that in contact with the eye has a thermal effect, resulting in fine cauterization of blood vessels in the eye. Depending on the pathology, this procedure can be performed in the operating room or in the doctor’s office.

When is laser photocoagulation indicated?

Laser photocoagulation is indicated in multiple conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, retinal vascular occlusions, some retinal vascular diseases, ocular tumors, retinal detachment. Depending on the condition being treated, the number of sessions may vary. In diabetic retinopathy, is started with 3 sessions at an interval of 2 weeks.


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Information note on examination within the Dr. Holhoș Ophthalmology Network

Dr. Holhoș Ophthalmology Network reserves the right to request payment in advance (by payment order or in cash at the reception desk of network clinics) from patients who:

– Cancel two consecutive appointments at our clinics


– do not attend two consecutive appointments at our clinics.

Thank you for your understanding!