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Inverted ILM Flap in MH with Poor Prognosis

Advantages: Inverted ILM flap technique can achieve good anatomical and functional success in large, long standing macular holes or in non idiopathic macular holes (as macular holes related to myopia, post vitrectomy for retinal detachment or post ocular trauma). Methods: Since July 2009 inverted ILM flap technique has been performed in macular hole with poor anatomical prognosis. ILM is incompletly peeled around the border of the hole...

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Bilateral Retinal Hemorrhage – Case Report

Background: Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma is the most common type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), accounting for about 1/3 of all cases. It is a B-cell high-grade cancer with fast-growing pattern, needing urgent treatment. It can occur at any time between adolescence and old age and is slightly more common in men. In more than 50% of cases there is extranodal commitment. Diagnosis may be confirmed by lymph node biopsy and treatment should be...

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