Transzonular intravitreal injection eases treatment burden a
Administration of a transzonular intravitreal injection of a compounded formulation of a steroid and two antibiotics was shown to have similar effects regarding infection and inflammation rates compared with the standard instillation of topical drugs after cataract surgery.

An added benefit was the elimination of concern regarding patient compliance with the postoperative regimen. This formulation might be considered as an alternative to patient instillation of topical drugs postoperatively to prevent infection, inflammation, and cystoid macular edema (CME).