PRP injected into face causes blindness in four patients

This article reports on 4 patients who had occlusion of the ophthalmic artery with irreversible blindness after PRP injection of the face, the most common cosmetic procedure performed today. It shows the risks associated with PRP into the face.  In addition to the case report in the article below, another doctor reported 3 more cases of blindness associated with facial PRP especially when injected in the glabella (area are of the forehead near the upper bridge of the nose.

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