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Giant Retinal Tear with Total RD & Advanced PVR

Advantages: A 40-year-old man suffers difficult light perception in the right eye for six months. A giant retinal tear with total retinal detachment and advanced vitreous retinal proliferation was observed. With the operation we try to restore the visual function as much as possible. Methods: Our surgical technique consists of the following: scleral buckle, accessory endoilumination, 23G vitrectomy, epiretinal proliferation extraction,...

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IOL Subluxation: How to Treat it?

Advantages: To treat an Intraocular Lens Subluxation whilst avoiding its luxation inside the vitreous cavity and preventing the retinal detachment secondary to the vitreous traction. Methods: Our surgical technique consists of the following: scleral infusion, posterior vitrectomy during the anterior limbal lens extraction, hemisection of the lens inside the anterior chamber to be extracted and finally the implantation of a new intraocular...

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Cataract with Iridophacodonesis: How to Treat it?

Advantages: To treat a cataract with an advanced Iridophacodonesis in a patient suffering scleroderma avoiding lens luxation inside the vitreous cavity Methods: Our surgical technique consists of the following: conjunctival peritomy, two scleral lamellar flaps, 23 G vitrectomy, PFCL to protect the posterior pole, 150° corneal incision, cataract extraction and suture lens fixation in the sulcus. Effectiveness/Safety: Advanced...

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