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Is it Reasonable to Operate Complicated Retinal Detachments: Five Years Observation Following 230 – 360 Degrees Retinotomy

Piotr Fryczkowski (Warsaw, Poland) 38 Patients with complicated retinal detachment (5 traction/rhegmatogenous detachment (13,1%), 31 rhegmatogenous Detachment (81,6%), 2 Secondary detachments, underwent pars plana vitrectomy, 230- 360° retinectomies, 360 degrees intraoperative endolaser and silicone oil tamponade. Changes in visual acuity, tonometry, and morphology of the eyes during observation time between (25-108 month) were recorded....

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Results for C1 PVR Stage

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Systematic vs Non-systematic Strategy

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Where is the Limit?

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/videos/DanielVilaplana_1_VP6_768K.flv Authors: Daniel Vilaplana, Vladimir Poposki, S. Beckers, Isaac Alarcon, M. Castilla, Barcelona, Spain Advantages: A 26-year-old man with questionable light perception in the right for many months (the patient was unaware of this). He also had uveitis episodes in this eye and HIV positivity as a consequence of his drug addiction. A total chronic non-rhegmatogenous retinal...

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Pneumatic Retinopexy only for Retinal Detachment without Active Vitreous Traction

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/congress/Systematic-Primary-Pneumatic-Retinopexy-vs-Only-in-Selected-Cases.flv Author: Didier Ducournau, Nantes, France My philosophy is always to perform the minimum sufficient and necessary trauma to obtain the best anatomical and functional results. This is why I can perform pneumatic retinopexy when no vitreous traction acts on the retina. Those cases named \”retinogenous\” RDs contain the RDs...

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Pneumatic Retinopexy for Retinal Detachments

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/congress/Systematic-Primary-Pneumatic-Retinopexy-vs-Only-in-Selected-Cases.flv Author: Ron A. Adelman, New-Haven, CT, USA Advantages: Less invasive, effective if good case selection, office procedure. Methods: Pneumatic retinopexy (cryotherapy, intravitreal gas, positioning) for phakic retinal detachments with a superior break and without PVR. Effectiveness / Safety: Over 90% anatomic success with good visual...

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