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Advanced PVR in Single Eye with RD; Surgical Methods Maneuvers & Outcome

We are going to send video about two cases of surgical management with advanced PVR retinal detachment at the single eyes. The first clinical case is the patient 43 years old with posttraumatic anterior PVR and narrow funnel retinal detachment in subatrophy eye. The patient does have not any previously surgical treatment as long as three month after his injury. The retina was attached completely in during surgical maneuvers and 360-degree...

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Sutures Can Prevent Silicone-corneal Contact in Cases of Defect Iris-lens Diaphragm

Currently, silicone oil tamponade is one of the most important and common stages in vitreous surgery. Also well -known negative effect of silicone oil on the corneal endothelium with its long stay contact. This is especially actual in cases of traumatic lesions of the eyeball when there is absolutely no iris-lens diaphragm or partially defect Zinns ligaments. Methods: In our work, we used the bandage sutures from “Mani”...

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