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Treatment of Severely Visually Impairing Ectopia Lentis Related to Marfan Syndrome in Pre-school Children: Report of 2 Cases Now Approaching 3 and 5 Years Follow-up Respectively

Treatment of Severely Visually Impairing Ectopia Lentis Related to Marfan Syndrome in Pre-school Children: Report of 2 Cases Now Approaching 3 and 5 Years Follow-up Respectively SCIENTIFIC POSTER Treatment of Severely Visually Impairing Ectopia Lentis Related to Marfan Syndrome in Pre-school Children by Enrico Bertelli ABSTRACT The Authors report results in terms of safety and efficacy of phacoaspiration, capsulectomy, anterior vitrectomy...

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Intraoperative Detection of a Vasoproliferative Tumor During Phacovitrectomy

Purpose: To illustrate a personal approach to the accidental intraoperative finding of a very large (8mm max. diameter) Vasoproliferative Retinal Tumor (VPRT) during Phacovitrectomy for long-standing Coat’s disease. Background: VPRTs are benign, vascular masses located in the peripheral retina. Shields and Coworkers have classified them as idiopathic or secondary to congenital, inflammatory, vascular, traumatic, dystrophic or...

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15 Years Follow-up of a Severe Case of CSCR

Purpose: Severe types of central serous chorioretinopathy (CSC) have a chronic and persisting nature. Multimodal imaging presently allows thorough documentation of apparently quiescent phases, as well as acute exudative episodes. Limited information concerning long-term natural history of severe CSC is available in the literature. The purpose of the Authors is to report clinical and multimodal imaging features of a bilateral, severe case...

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