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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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Three Cases of Pars Plana Lensectomy & Intrascleral IOL Fixation in Patients with Cataract and Low Endothelial Cell Count

Dae Yune Kim_SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2015 Purpose: To report 3 cases of pars plana lensectomy and intrascleral intraocular lens(IOL) fixation in patients with cataract and very low endothelial cell count. Methods: 3 patients had pars plana lensectomy and intrascleral fixation of IOL fixation. Endothelial cell counts were 489, 565, and 520 respectively. Two patients had guttata, and one patient had iridocorneal endothelial syndrome, After removing...

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Traumatic Cataract – Philosophy and Clinical Practice

Media not available due to technical recording problems. EVRS is very sorry for the inconvenience.   Rationale: Traumatic cataract must not be mindlessly treated as an age-related one. The surgeon must decide preoperatively how to remove the lens without causing additional damage to the already injured eye. The most important two questions to decide are: 1) should vitrectomy instrumentation be utilized and 2) should the lens capsules...

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Pole to Pole Surgery in Trauma Cases and “Dancer” Philosophy

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/congress/Trauma.flv Authors: Cesare Forlini, Matteo Forlini, Paolo Rossini, Ravenna, Italy Advantages: Presenting the “pole to pole” surgical strategy as a reconstruction in trauma cases using multiple procedure surgery all in a single operation. It is important for the ophthalmologist to develop strategic thinking so that it can be used systematically in different cases. Methods: The introduction of...

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