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Extreme Surgery in Endophthalmitis Caused by Fusarium

Extreme Surgery in Endophthalmitis Caused by Fusarium EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Purpose: To present the different evolution of two endophthalmitis caused by Fusarium solani, an aggressive filamentous fungus, depending on the medical and surgical treatment performed. Setting: Cornea and Retina Units, Ophthalmology Department, Virgin Macarena University Hospital (Seville, Spain). RETICS OftaRed, Institute of Health Carlos III (Madrid,...

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Exo-resection of Iris-ciliary Body Melanoma After Failed Brachytherapy. Intra & Postoperative Complications. Five Year Follow-up

We present the case of a 37-year-old male with an iris-ciliary body melanoma. 2 years after brachytherapy, the tumor started to grow and we decided to perform a partial lamellar sclerouvectomy plus iridectomy, followed by phacoemulsification without intraocular lens and 23 g vitrectomy for the consequent retinal detachment, leaving 5000 cs silicone oil. 7 months later, because of extreme photophobia with intense anxiety and despite...

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Double-blind Macular Indentation: Doctor & Patient «The Force Will Guide You»

We present 2 cases of myopic macular indentation with different complexity but similar anatomical and functional outcomes: 1) 70-year-old female with posterior staphyloma and macular detachment who underwent 23 g vitrectomy to peel the posterior hyaloid membrane, placing a silicone rail over the macular region and leaving 1300 cs silicone oil as tamponade to prevent the enlargement of a small choroidal detachment. 1 year later, silicone...

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