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Increasing use of anti-VEGF agents has led to their application in Coats' disease as well.
Vitreoretinal surgery and scleral buckling are preferred for advanced Coats' disease (stage 3 and 4) patients with tractional bands or proliferative vitreoretinopathy (1,24,25,26) Additional internal or external subretinal fluid drainage also facilitates the application of laser photocoagulation or cryotherapy.
Other causes of exudative retinal detachment should be considered in the differential diagnosis of Coats' disease.
Coats' disease is a chronic disease requiring long-term follow-up.