Carolina Macula & Retina                                              John Gross, MD
                                                                                   
Injections

There are a number of medications available that can be injected into the eye to directly treat the abnormal blood vessels that arise in wet macular degeneration. This is usually done through a series of injections spaced apart by weeks or months. The medications work by interrupting the cellular signals that lead to abnormal blood vessel growth in the retina.

How the medication is injected: