Studied the effectiveness of low-energy light irradiation in patients with exudative form of age-related macular degeneration after anti-VEGF therapy. The main group included 62 patients (the 69 eyes), who received two courses of low-energy light radiation within 6 months after the anti-VEGF therapy. A control group of 41 patients (44 eyes) to the monitoring took place only anti-VEGF therapy. The total period of observation was 1 year. The study found the stabilization of Visual acuity, the decrease in the thickness of the retina, the fovea of the delay in the development of pathological changes of the microstructure of the macula in the core group. In the control group showed the progression of the disease. Appropriate re courses irradiation in patients with exudative form of age-related macular degeneration after anti-VEGF therapy through 3-6 months. The use of low-energy light exposure can reduce the number of subsequent intravitreal′nyh injection of anti-VEGF medications and increase the time between injections.

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