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Miscellaneous ophthalmic agents

What are Miscellaneous ophthalmic agents?

The ophthalmic preparation categorized under miscellaneous ophthalmic agents is an antimydriatic agent, which decreases the size of the pupil. It is available as a solution and instilled into the eyes to decrease the size of the pupil after eye examinations or procedures (prior to which mydriatic agents are used to dilate the pupil, in order to examine the eye).

List of Miscellaneous ophthalmic agents:

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Drug Name Reviews Avg. Ratings
Altachlore
Generic name: sodium chloride, hypertonic
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Cystadrops
Generic name: cysteamine
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Cystaran (Pro)
Generic name: cysteamine
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Jetrea (Pro)
Generic name: ocriplasmin
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Luxturna (Pro)
Generic name: voretigene neparvovec
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Mitosol (Pro)
Generic name: mitomycin
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Muro 128
Generic name: sodium chloride, hypertonic
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Oxervate (Pro)
Generic name: cenegermin
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Photrexa
Generic name: riboflavin
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Photrexa Viscous (Pro)
Generic name: riboflavin
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Sochlor
Generic name: sodium chloride, hypertonic
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