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Reverse Trans-zonular Flow (Re-flow Strategy) in the Treatment of Vitreoretinal Diseases

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/videos/Reverse-Trans-zonular-Flow-(Re-flow-Strategy)-in-the-Treatment-of-Vitreoretinal-Diseases.flv Cesare Forlini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Paolo Rossini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Stefano Dolce, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Antonio Aversano, MD (Ravenna, Italy), William Gualtieri, MD (Ravenna, Italy) SYNOPSIS Personal technique of one port VPPV for the treatment of vitreoretinal disorders based on the use of the slit lamp,...

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Pole to Pole Sugery in Trauma Case: The Dancer

Pole to Pole Sugery in Trauma Case: The Dancer

Cesare Forlini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Paolo Rossini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Stefano Dolce, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Antonio Aversano, MD (Ravenna, Italy), William Gualtieri, MD (Ravenna, Italy) SYNOPSIS Complex cases of ocular traumatology, which involve different sectors of the eyeball. A “pole to pole” surgical strategy has been chosen, developing a global surgical strategy, putting aside the traditional distinctions between anterior and...

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Bulbar Rupture: “Close-as-you-go” Technique… But When, Where and Why to Stop?

Cesare Forlini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Paolo Rossini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Stefano Dolce, MD (Ravenna, Italy), William Gualtieri, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Antonio Aversano, MD (Ravenna, Italy) PURPOSE: The management of severe globe injuries depends on several factors that do not tolerate prefixed schemes or dogmas. The “close-as-you-go” technique consists in the restoration of the globe integrity suturing both cornea and sclera surfaces step...

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Pole to Pole Surgery in Trauma Case: “The Dancer”

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/videos/Pole-to-Pole-Surgery-in-Trauma-Case:-The-Dancer.flv Cesare Forlini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Paolo Rossini, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Stefano Dolce, MD (Ravenna, Italy), Antonio Aversano, MD (Ravenna, Italy), William Gualtieri, MD (Ravenna, Italy) SYNOPSIS Complex cases of ocular traumatology, which involve different sectors of the eyeball. A “pole to pole” surgical strategy has been chosen, developing a...

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