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Little Pearls That Can Make 23 Gauge Vitreoretinal Surgery Uncomfortable

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/videos/MariaGarciaPous_VP6_768K.flv Authors: Maria Garcia-Pous, E. Palacios, J. Mataix, M.C. Desco, A. Navea, Valencia, Spain Advantages: To show small problems during 23 gauge vitreoretinal surgery. Methods: We show several surgeries where arise little handicaps such as gas / air running away through the sclerotomies at the end of surgery, liquid infusion springing through the trocar, or perfluorocarbon...

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Scleral Buckling, Vitrectomy and Lensectomy in a Marfan Syndrome Child with Retinal Detachment and Subluxation of Crystalline

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/videos/ElenaPalaciosPozo_VP6_768K.flv Authors: Elena Palacios-Pozo, Maria Garcia-Pous, Amparo Navea, M. Carmen Desco, Jorge Mataix, Valencia, Spain Advantages: To evaluate the management of retinal detachment and subluxation of the lens in a child with Marfan Syndrome. Methods: Marfanʼs syndrome is an autosomic dominant genetic disorder of the elastic fibers of connective tissue. That syndrome affects many...

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Sensitivity and Specificity of the Wide-Field Retinography Optomap for Detecting Retinal Tears in Retinal Detachments

Authors: Maria Garcia-Pous, E. Palacios, J. Mataix, M.C. Desco, A. Navea, Valencia, Spain Advantages: To evaluate retinal tears as a cause of retinal detachment with a wide-field retinography. Methods: A pilot study with 24 patients with retinal detachment diagnosis. Images were performed with the Optomap Panoramic200 wide-field confocal scanning laser imaging system. Images were evaluated and compared to gold standard examination by a...

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