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Effect of Prophylactic Brimonidine on Bleeding Complications After Microincisional Pars Plana Vitrectomy

Effect of Prophylactic Brimonidine on Bleeding Complications After Microincisional Pars Plana Vitrectomy SCIENTIFIC POSTER Effect of Prophylactic Brimonidine on Bleeding Complications After Microincisional Pars Plana Vitrectomy by M. Carmen Desco, J Mataix, E Palacios, A Fandino, P Hernandez, M Baron, A Navea, Spain ABSTRACT Purpose: To evaluate the effect of prophylactic Brimonidine on bleeding complications after microincisional pars...

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Eye Contusion with Scleral Rupture

Eye Contusion with Scleral Rupture EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Eye contusion with large scleral rupture below lateral rectus muscle. The video shows the globe injury with scleral suture and choroid hernia reparation in a first surgery. Secondly, in a delated surgery, the vitrectomy of a dense vitreous hemorrhage and reattachment of a large retinal detachment with sub retinal hemorrhage. CONTACT DETAILS   Jorge Mataix Valencia,...

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Inner Limitant Autotransplant for a Persistant Big Macular Hole

Inner Limitant Autotransplant for a Persistant Big Macular Hole EDITED FILM ABSTRACT A big and chronic macular hole is difficult to get close after a vitrectomy (ppv), but the percentage of closure decreases enormously if it has been operated before. This is a 68 years old woman that was referred from her hospital with a big macular hole after two previous vitrectomies, last one six months ago. We performed a 23G new ppv. As we were not...

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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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