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The Wound Integrity of the Tangential, Circumferential Scleral Tunnel in 20 G Transconjunctival Sutureless Vitrectomy or Why I Still Use 20 Gauge

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/congress/20-Gauge-23-Gauge-25-Gauge.flv Authors: Zachariah Koshy, J. Murdoch, Glasgow, UK Advantages: Reduced postoperative morbidity and faster recovery, 20 g instrumentation with optimum fluidics, rigidity and range of instruments, less surgical time compared to standard vitrectomy technique, good wound integrity. Methods: Interventional case series. The surgical technique to create a tangential,...

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20 Gauge Transconjunctival, Sutureless Vitrectomy: Technique and Audit of 120 Cases

Zachariah Koshy, JR Murdoch Advantages: 20 gauge instrumentation with the advantages of large bore fluidics, rigidity and range of instruments. Excellent wound closure and post operative tonus. Patient comfort. Time efficient. The results compare very well with conventional 20 gauge vitrectomy and 23/25 gauge vitrectomy. Methods: Description of technique with video and illustrations. Results from audit of 120 consecutive cases...

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Vitrectomy Session – Hemorrhages

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2007/videos/vitrectomysession-hemorrhages.flv

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