Q. Please suggest whether I need Accentrix injection for my eye problem.

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Dr. Shikha
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This is a premium question & answer published on Dec 17, 2016 and last reviewed on: Jun 28, 2019

Hi doctor,

I see wavy lines in my right eye. I was asked to do an OCT. After OCT, my doctor advised Accentrix injections. I am attaching my OCT here for your reference. Please suggest if there is any other option.



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  • What is your age? Are you diabetic or hypertensive? This history is important as treatment option will vary depending on this history.
  • Your diagnosis seems to be as vascular occlusion (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
  • Yes, this intravitreal injection is must and only this injection can reduce edema and improve your vision.
  • I know it is quite costly and may require repeat multiple doses at a gap of at least one month. Further treatment will depend on the follow up OCT (optical coherence tomography).
  • Also, keep using Amnac eye drop (Nepafenac) till then in your right eye on three times a day.

For further information consult an eye care ophthalmologist online -->

Thank you doctor,

I am 60 years old. I am neither diabetic nor hypertensive.



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  • Then, it must be some vascular occlusion only and the treatment will remain intravitreal Accentrix injection (Ranibizumab) only.
  • Already, long time has elapsed so do not wait. Because, as time will pass the prognosis will also become poorer.

For further doubts consult an eye care ophthalmologist online -->

No thyroid or heart disease.New india insurance refuses to approve intervireal injection is there any other line of treatment as I am a retired person.Please guide.
# Hello Probir
Welcome back.
No this injection is only the option and you should be thankful to its discoverers. Because this is the only option.

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