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Temporal Inverted ILM Flap for Myopic and Non-myopic Macular Holes

Mohamed Moghazy Mahgoub, Egypt Purpose: To demonstrate a technique for inverted Internal limiting membrane flap inversion in the treatment of myopic and non myopic macular holes. Methods: A case series of myopic and non myopic macular holes. Myopic macular holes are associated with posterior pole retinal detachment, with no peripheral retinal detachment and no peripheral breaks. The internal limiting membrane is stained with brilliant blue...

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Inverted ILM and No Drainage for Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment Complicating Myopic Macular Holes

Mohamed Moghazy Mahgoub, Egypt Purpose: To demonstrate a technique that can be used in the management of total rhegmatogenous retinal detachments where a myopic macular hole is the primary cause of the detachment or is associated with peripheral retinal break(s). Method: A case series where the ILM is inverted and used to plug the whole , without the use of PFCL and without attempting posterior drainage of the sub retinal fluid. The ILM is...

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Pediatric Retina

Sengul Ozdek, Turkey, Susana Teixeria, Portugal, Sunji Kusaka, Japan, Mohamed Moghazi, Egypt, Nur Acar, Turkey 1. Surgery for Stage 4-5 ROP given by Susana Teixeria 2. Surgery for PFV given by Sengul Ozdek 3. Surgery for CXLR given by Sunji Kusaka 4. Surgery for Coats Disease given by Mohamed Moghazi 5. Surgery for RRD in Children given by Nur Acar Contact Details:   Sengul Ozdek Gazi University, School of Medicine, Ophthalmology...

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Vitrectomy in Uveitis, When and Why ?

Mohamed Moghazy Mahgoub, Egypt Purpose: To evaluate the role of vitrectomy in a case series of infectious and non infectious uveitis patients. Methods: Vitrectomy can be performed for several indications in uveitis patients. The purpose could be therapeutic, diagnostic or just palliative. In this case series, vitrectomy is performed in eyes with uveitis of different underlying pathologies, including infectious uveitis like viral and fungal...

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Diabetic Macular Holes, They Simply Close

ABSTRACT Purpose: To report surgical experience with vitrectomy for macular holes associated with diabetic maculopathy. Methods: In tis case series different approaches were used for management of macular holes complicating diabetic retinopathy, including just ILM peeling, ILM peeling with hole edges massage, or inverted flap ILM peeling. Results: There was varying functional results probably unrelated to the technique used. However...

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Myopic Macular Retinoschisis: Different ILM Management Approaches, Different Results

ABSTRACT Purpose: To report anatomical, functional results and complications of vitrectomy for myopic macular retinoschisis cases with different approaches to ILM management, including no ILM peeling, complete peeling and foveal sparing ILM peeling. Methods: Case series of myopic macular retinoschisis in whom vitrectomy is indicated for progression of the schisis, or other associated indications like retinal detachment, and excluding cases...

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Vitrectomy Under Air: Technique, Advantages & Disadvantages

Vitrectomy Under Air: Technique, Advantages & Disadvantages ABSTRACT Purpose: To describe and evaluate vitrectomy under air for a variety of vitreoretinal surgical indications in a non-randomized prospective interventional case series. Methods: After initial posterior vitreous detachment, (PVD) core vitrectomy, and early air-fluid exchange, the rest of the vitrectomy was performed under air. Visibility of the vitreous gel, field of...

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Autologus Retinal Graft For A Large Traumatic Macular Hole: Initial Experience

Autologus Retinal Graft For A Large Traumatic Macular Hole: Initial Experience ABSTRACT To describe initial experience with the Autologus Retinal Graft technique for closure of a large traumatic macular hole. One case, with history of trauma of few Months, preoperative BCVA 1/60, large macular Hole with a base diameter of over 4000 microns. Postoperative BCVA improved to 20/100, with good integration of the graft with the surrounding...

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