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Phimosis in Recurrent PVR Cases: Challenges and Timing of Management

Phimosis in Recurrent PVR cases: challenges and timing of management I present 2 cases with capsular Phimosis. Phimosis elicit a contracted field of vision during vitreoretinal procedures. The ideal management is to perform a pre operative YAG enlargement of the phimosis. However, i had Phimosis in a 5 year old child, who isn’t cooperative enough for a YAG…. so i had to manage intra operatively. in the second case, i had an...

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Anterior Capsulophimosis Problem

Contact Details: Email: frankbecquet@yahoo.fr Cell Phone: /+33662085506

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Capsulophimosis & RD

Contact Details: Email: jp.berrod@gmail.com Cell Phone:...

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Dislocated IOL: Obstacles and Priorities

This is a case of posterior Dislocation of Intra ocular lens, with inadequate posterior capsular support . The retina was attached but there was fibrous tissue proliferation and picture of old Branch Retinal Vein occlusion. Priorities: either to retrieve the IOL to the anterior chamber level and keep till end of surgery then exchange. OR Explantation of the IOL at the beginning of the procedure then complete the vitrectomy, then implant....

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Subluxated Complex of IOL and Capsular Tension Ring. Simple Surgery

  Spontaneous dislocation of IOL and capsular tension ring complex is treated by simple suture fixation at 12 o\’clock. Vitrectomy is performed later to relieve any possible traction. Contact Details: Email: jerzy_n@poczta.onet.pl Cell Phone:...

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Double Rectangular Scleral Mesh for Dislocated IOLs: A Closed Vitrectomy Approach

Contact Details: Email: ihabsaad@hotmail.com Cell Phone: +201001768768

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