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Vitreous with Volume Versus Volume-less Vitreous

Edited Film Abdulelah A. Al-Abdullah, Saudi Arabia Purpose: To illustrate the type of vitreous in setting of pars plana vitrectomy and the technique to overcome challenging vitreous adhesion. Setting: Video of selected cases. Methods: For the purpose of Posterior vitreous detachment induction, vitreous can be of two types: vitreous with volume and volumeless vitreous (without volume). Results: The video will demonstrate some useful tips in...

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Subretinal Band: Keep It or Remove It ? How ?

Abdulelah A. Al-Abdullah, Saudi Arabia Purpose: To highlight the management of Subretinal Band (SRB); this entity which is a well-recognized complication of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment and as such is part of the spectrum of proliferative vitreoretinopathy. Methods: This is a case series of patients with different presentation of SRB. This report will discuss the management option of the SRB in cases of retinal detachment and novel...

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Pars Plana Vitrectomy Versus Combined Pars Plana Vitrectomy Scleral Buckle for Secondary Repair of Pediatric Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment

SCIENTIFIC POSTER PPV Versus Combined PPV Scleral Buckle for Secondary Repair of Pediatric RRD by Abdulelah A. Al-Abdullah, Omar Al Abdulsalam, Hussain Al Habboubi, Marco Mura, Saudi Arabia ABSTRACT Purpose: To evaluate the optimal surgical option for secondary repair of pediatric rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RRD) following failed pars plana vitrectomy (PPV). Methods: We conducted a retrospective, comparative chart review of...

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Retinal Detachment in Knobloch Syndrome

ABSTRACT Objective: The study aims to study retinal detachment in Knobloch syndrome. Knobloch syndrome is a rare genetic disease affects patients in an autosomal recessive fashion. It is characterized by high myopia, vitreoretinopathy, lens abnormality and macular atrophy. Study Design: Retrospective study, case series study. Methods: Consecutive patients who were diagnosed to have Knobloch syndrome with retinal detachment between 2013 and...

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In Action: Cannula-Controlled Drainage

EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Purpose: The aim is to show the applications of a modified technique: Cannula-Controlled Drainage, for external subretinal fluid (SRF) drainage in cases of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment and exudative retinal detachment and choroidal drainage in cases of serious choroidal detachment. Methods: Cannula-Controlled Drainage is a new procedure utilizing 26G intravenous cannula to puncture the scleral by the metallic...

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Open Windows: Uveal Effusion Secondary to Posterior Microphthalmos

EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Purpose: To highlight the management of uveal effusion syndrome in a case of posterior microphthalmos with recurrent subretinal fluid. Method: The video will describe the management in such cases by showing the course of a bilateral case of uveal effusion managed surgically. Result: Using scleral window may improve the anatomical outcome of such cases. However, the visual prognosis limited by the amblyopia and the...

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Outcome of Subretinal and Choroidal Fluid Drainage Using New Technique Cannula-controlled Drainage

Outcome of Subretinal and Choroidal Fluid Drainage Using New Technique Cannula-controlled Drainage SCIENTIFIC POSTER Outcome of Subretinal and Choroidal Fluid Drainage Using New Technique Cannula-controlled Drainage by Abdulelah Al-Abdullah, Saudi Arabia ABSTRACT Purpose: The aim is to offer an easy way to overcome the most challenging steps in scleral buckle surgery. The outcome of applying a new technique for external subretinal fluid...

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Novel Technique for Subretinal Fluid Drainage with Chandelier Assisted Scleral Buckle Surgery: Cannula Controlled Drainage

Novel Technique for Subretinal Fluid Drainage with Chandelier Assisted Scleral Buckle Surgery: Cannula Controlled Drainage EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Purpose: To report a novel technique for subretinal fluid drainage in scleral buckle surgery using 3D viewing system. Methods: A 26-gauge intravenous (IV) cannula with its needle was used to puncture the sclera then the needle (metallic part) was withdrawn to further introduce the cannula into...

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