What symptoms can a patient present after undergoing YAG laser treatment?

Patients can notice small floating objects, which are capsular remains in the vitreous space, but after a few days they normally disappear. Photocoagulation with YAG laser is applied to the capsule holding the artificial intraocular lens, which over time becomes opaque, resulting in the patient losing vision. Photocoagulation with YAG laser is painless and quickly achieves visual improvement.

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