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Don’t Underestimate Ultrasonography

Don’t Underestimate Ultrasonography EDITED FILM ABSTRACT CONTACT DETAILS   Piotr Fryczkowski Warsaw, Poland Email : p.fryczkowski@retina.pl Cell Phone: +48509691497 Work Phone:...

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How to Treat Persistent Macular Edema After Successful Vitrectomy ?

How to Treat Persistent Macular Edema After Successful Vitrectomy ? ABSTRACT Before OCT era low vision after RD surgery was explained as a result of retinal damage. Now we can observe with ocular tomography that the main causes of the low vision due to retinal detachment are macular edema, retinal disorganization and atrophy. We analyze changes in 8 attached retinas. In all cases macular edema showed up during 6 month after surgery. We...

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Wet AMD After Vitrectomy for RD

Presentation shows two cases of choroidal neovascularisation after vitrectomy. Both cases undergo two surgical procedures. In first case the second procedure was performed to remove epiretinal membrane which causes macular edema. Second case was PVR detachment surgery treated in two operations. In first procedure we attached retina with silicone oil tamponade and 180 degrees retinectomy, and in second one we peel membranes and remove...

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OCT Analysis in Case of Spontaneous MH After Silicone Oil Removal in PDVR B Case

Piotr Fryczkowski_SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2015 Case of proliferative diabetic vitreoretinopathy in 38 year old male with juvenile diabetes. Poster shows spontaneous macular hole formation with macular detachment in OCT one month after silicone oil removal. We reject vitrectomy as a treatment because in the first operation ILM was removed up to the temporal arcades. After double injections of 25% SF6 macula attached, and the hole remains flat...

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Can we Hit Retina with Ozurdex Implant?

The study was conducted on six fresh porcine eyeballs (1 day after slaughter). The eyeballs were prepared by the removal of the cornea, iris and lens, without damaging the anterior hyaloid membrane of the vitreous. To prevent vitreous prolapse and eyeball distortion during Ozurdex injection, a sclerotomy was performed in all the eyes prior to surgical manipulations. The sclerotomy site was marked with gentian. The experiment was conducted...

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Is it Reasonable to Operate Complicated Retinal Detachments: Five Years Observation Following 230 – 360 Degrees Retinotomy

Piotr Fryczkowski (Warsaw, Poland) 38 Patients with complicated retinal detachment (5 traction/rhegmatogenous detachment (13,1%), 31 rhegmatogenous Detachment (81,6%), 2 Secondary detachments, underwent pars plana vitrectomy, 230- 360° retinectomies, 360 degrees intraoperative endolaser and silicone oil tamponade. Changes in visual acuity, tonometry, and morphology of the eyes during observation time between (25-108 month) were recorded....

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Management of the Postvitrectomy Fibrin in the Anterior Segment After Long Period of Time

Piotr Fryczkowski (Warsaw, Poland) Advantages: In several cases after successful vitrectomy we observe endless fibrin membranes formation on the anterior or posterior surfaces of the artificial lenses with pupillary block and/or iris bombe. Patients’ vision in these cases is very poor because of the obstacle of the light pathway, and the possibility of developing secondary glaucoma. Laser capsulotomy is ineffective because of fibrin...

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Seeing Without Eyes

Piotr Fryczkowski The main hero of the movie is ultrasonography itself. In four cases you can watch different kinds of indications for ultrasonography, and what is unique you can compare ultrasonographical view of the retina, with real one during vitrectomy or indirect ophthalmoscopy. After movie you will be familiar with strong sides and limitations of...

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Is It Reasonable to Treat End Stages of the Wet AMD?

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/congress/Age-Related-Macular-Degeneration-2.flv Piotr Fryczkowski (Warsaw, Poland We would all have hope, when a doctor says: “There is a treatment for you”. But what we can offer to the 85 years old lady with huge a neovascular membrane which is so big that it goes from the superior to inferior temporal arcades? Obviously we can’t measure visual functions of such a debilitated eye. Can we improve...

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First Blood, Last Hope

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/videos/PiotrFryczkowski_VP6_768K.flv Piotr Fryczkowski (Warsaw, Poland) First blood, last hope is a didactic movie about different types of bleeding. We are glad to see small hemorrhages after ILM peeling, and we are terrified when expulsive hemorrhage occurs, we can also ignore small bleeding during diabetic surgery.  Sometimes we can only give up, because blood floods our view and last hopes for successful...

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Pneumatic Retinopexy as a Primary Repair for Complicated Retinal Detachments

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/congress/Systematic-Primary-Pneumatic-Retinopexy-vs-Only-in-Selected-Cases.flv Author: Piotr Fryczkowski, Warsaw, Poland Advantages: To assess the efficacy of pneumatic retinopexy (PR) in complicated retinal detachments without the possibility of a vitrectomy in the next two weeks or with patients in very bad health condition. Complicated retinal detachment was defined as a detachment in pseudophakic/ aphakic...

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