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Schisis Detachment Pathogenesis

Daniel Baron (Nantes, France) The schisis detachment is a retinoschisis that has been complicated by a retinal detachment. The retinal detachment occurs if the external leaf rises above the deep plane. The rhegmatogenic detachment requires a tear in the external leaf. The conjunction with an internal leaf tear increases the risk of schisis detachment. There are conditions so that the tear of the external leaf creates a retinal detachment:...

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Medical & Surgical Strategy Session

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2007/videos/medicalandsurgicalstrategy.flv

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RD External Procedure Session

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