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Idiopathic Choroidal Neovascular Membrane in a 9 Years Old Child

Veronica Ramos Camara_SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2015 An 8-years-old boy was referred to our service for evaluation of decreasing vision in his right eye. Personal Background: Patent ductus arteriosus surgery. His family denied history of trauma or inflammation. His best corrected visual acuity in his right eye was light perception and 20/20 in his left eye. Retinography showed subfoveal choroidal neovascular membrane (CNVM) with subretinal...

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Atypical Onset of Birdshot Retinochoroidopathy

Diana Iturralde Errea, MD (Bilbao, Spain), Enrique Diaz de Durana, MD (Bilbao, Spain), Jose Luis Salazar, MD (Bilbao, Spain), Maria Luisa Fernandez Ares, MD (Bilbao, Spain) PURPOSE: This case suggest that the presence of a bilateral serous macular detachment in the absence of other typical signs already described might be one of the earliest signs of the disease. METHODS: Fundus examination OD revealed a serous macular detachment as an...

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Outcomes of 77 Consecutive Cases of 23-gauge Sutureless Transconjunctival Surgery for Posterior Segment Disease

Howard F. Fine, MD (New York, NY), Richard F. Spaide, MD (New York, NY), Reza Iranmanesh, MD (New York, NY), Diana Iturralde, MD (Pamplona, Spain) PURPOSE: Twenty-five gauge vitrectomy systems possess several advantages over 20-g methods including improved wound healing, conjunctival sparing, and patient comfort. Newer 23-g systems were introduced to improve instrument bore size and rigidity while retaining sutureless technique. The...

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