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Inflammatory Retinal Detachment

Inflammatory Retinal Detachment EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Episode of uveitis with unknown etiology developed fibrovascular tumor treated with criotherapy. Hemovitreous 2 + developed with self-resolution within the following 30 days. A temporal epiretinal membrane appeared. Observation was decided as many of them release spontaneously with PVD. The membrane developed quick contraction within weeks. Traccional retinal detachment associated with...

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The Size of the IOFB Not Always is Worse

The Size of the IOFB Not Always is Worse EDITED FILM ABSTRACT The management of perforating globe injuries is complex to resolve due to multiple defects of the structures of the eye and because is associated with proliferative vitreoretinopathy. History: A 43-year-old-man was referred for evaluation after ocular trauma in his right eye for being working with a chainsaw cutting wood. Examination: His visual acuities were 20/20 in both...

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The Intraocular Foreign Body – The Steps in Primary Surgery

The Intraocular Foreign Body – The Steps in Primary Surgery EDITED FILM The 25G ppv in 46-year-old type I diabetic patient with vitreal haemorrhage in both eyes The 20G ppv of advanced PVR-retinal detachment 3 weeks after initial ppv with silicon oil endotamponade ABSTRACT The necessity for urgent intraocular foreign body removing is unquestionable. We perform an emergency surgery of subretinal foreign body removal complicated by...

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Treatment of NLP Induced by Explosion on August 12, in Tianjin Harbor

Treatment of NLP Induced by Explosion on August 12, in Tianjin Harbor EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Two eyes of two patients suffered from explosion occurred on August 12, 2015 in Tianjin Harbor. The two injured eyes had vision of no light perception. The ocular wound was sutured tightly and IOP was normal by the injection of Healon into the vitreous cavity in the emergency surgery. The scleral rupture, hyphema, vitreous hemorrhage, retinal and...

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Management of Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage with Concurrent Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment

Management of Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage with Concurrent Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment EDITED FILM ABSTRACT Presentation: Severe pain and loss of vision in left eye after fall. Medical History: 86-year-old monocular female with congenital syphilis resulting in multiple ophthalmic surgeries and NLP vision in her right eye presented with severe 10/10 pain in her left eye (OS) and loss of vision after a fall. Her ophthalmologic history...

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ROP Treatment – When Time Matters

ROP Treatment – When Time Matters EDITED FILM ABSTRACT The authors present a movie about the importance of correct screening and timing treatment of ROP. Some clinical cases treated with laser ablation of peripheral retina, intravitreal anti-VEGF and vitrectomy are presented. It is aimed to sensitize ophthalmological community to the impact of good ROP screening and treatment and make an alert to how devastated this disease can...

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