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Tractional RD of the Posterior Pole Related to a Multi Injected ERM

In a case of macular edema, is it reasonable to treat it with multiple injections without paying attention to the etiology? It is in this case an epiretinal membrane, which obviously should have been treated by surgery. Contact Details: Email: jeanpaul.amar@gmail.com Cell Phone:...

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An Unlikely Surgery in a Case of Macular Subretinal Hematoma

After several IVTs on a macular hemorrhage, after 2 months, a huge and calcified hematoma with a complete loss of vision was successfully operated with a trans-retinal extraction of the hematoma. The removal of the hematoma in the vitreous cavity was possible thanks to the use of an aspiration-flow control pump. The main secret of this surgery is to remove by aspiration all the blood above and under the retina. The surgery was ended by a...

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Macular Hole in RD PDR

          Giant macular hole in a 13 yo girl after surgery for retinal detachment. Subretinal strands are also visible. Tamponade is silicone oil. Contact Details: Email: parolinibarbara@gmail.com Cell Phone:...

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Algorithm of Surgical Treatment & Rehabilitation of Patients with Tractional RD and ME in Diabetes Type I

Actuality: Proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR) is one of the most common complications of diabetes type I. Proliferative retinal changes lead to a sharp vision reduction and, consequently, loss of life quality in young able-bodied patients. Modern technology of vitreoretinal surgery can be successfully used to eliminate the effects of the proliferative process in an eye and improve vision up to its full recovery. However, in most...

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Combined Tractional and Rhegmatogenous RD in Diabetic Patients

Poster Zbiba Walid Goals: The aim of our study was to evaluate the clinical characteristics, the results of surgery and the functional prognosis factors of combined tractional and rhegmatogenous retinal detachment in diabetic patients. Methods: Retrospective study of 32 eyes of 32 diabetic patients who underwent vitrectomy for combined tractional retinal detachment. Extension of fibro vascular proliferation was classified according to its...

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Painless, Comfortable and Successful – 27 G Sutureles Vitrectomy and Topic Anesthesia in Tractional Retinal Detachment

Painless, Comfortable and Successful – 27 G Sutureles Vitrectomy and Topic Anesthesia in Tractional Retinal Detachment

Jolanta Oficjalska, Joanna Adamiec-Mroczek, Bożena Gołębiowska (Wroclaw, Poland) Tractional retinal detachment is a common cause of blindness in the working-aged population. Therefore it is important to develop new effective surgical procedures, which would enable a quick return to professional work. We present 53-year-old female with decreased visual acuity from tractional retinal detachment. The patient underwent 27-gauge sutureless...

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Painless, Comfortable and Successful – 27 G Sutureles Vitrectomy and Topic Anesthesia in Tractional Retinal Detachment

Jolanta Oficjalska, Joanna Adamiec-Mroczek, Bożena Gołębiowska (Wroclaw, Poland) Tractional retinal detachment is a common cause of blindness in the working-aged population. Therefore it is important to develop new effective surgical procedures, which would enable a quick return to professional work. We present 53-year-old female with decreased visual acuity from tractional retinal detachment. The patient underwent 27-gauge sutureless...

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Surgical Treatment of Late Onset Tractional RD of Regressed Retinopathy of Prematury

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Rate of Vitrectomy in the Fellow Eye of Patients Undergoing Primary Diabetic Vitrectomy

Ashish G. Sharma, MD (Detroit, MI), Dean Eliott, MD (Los Angeles, CAI) PURPOSE: To determine the incidence and timing of fellow eye vitrectomy in patients undergoing primary diabetic vitrectomy. METHODS: A retrospective study was done on 351 consecutive patients who underwent primary diabetic vitrectomy by one vitreoretinal surgeon at the Kresge Eye Institute. Patients were followed for an average of two years. The primary vitrectomies were...

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Evaluation of Air as a Retinal Tamponade During Vitrectomy in Eyes with Diabetic Tractional or Combined Tractional Rhegmatogenous Detachment

Ashraf Shaarawy, MD (Alexandria, Egypt) PURPOSE: To determine wether air is an efficient retinal tamponade to treat either iatrogenic or rhegmatogenous breaks during diabetic vitrectomy.Air has a short duration of retinal tamponade. However, the use of intravitreal triamcinilone(TAAC) and intraoperative BIOM had improved our ability to completely remove the posterior hyaloid,vitreoschisis and fibrovascular proliferation and all the exerted...

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Diabetic Traction Detachment Treated with Bimanual 25g Sutureless Surgery (Is Silicon Oil Necessary?)

Athanasios Nikolakopoulos, MD (Thessaloniki, Greece), Ifigenia Panidou (Thessaloniki, Greece), Elie Fantel (Thessaloniki, Greece), Apostolos Reptsis (Thessaloniki, Greece), Dimitris Kirodimos (Thessaloniki, Greece), Nikoletta Leventi (Thessaloniki, Greece) PURPOSE: Traction diabetic retina detachments and especially the table tops with the attached vitreous have the higher incidence of iatrogenic retina tears that reduce the rate of success...

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Retinal Incarceration Associated with Open Globe Injuries

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/videos/Retinal-Incarceration-Associated-with-Open-Globe-Injuries.flv Giampaolo Gini, MD (Prato, Italy) SYNOPSIS A frequent cause for retinal detachment occur-ring in open globe injuries is retinal incarceration. The boundary between which cases are operable and which are not has been moved forward as new surgical tech-niques and materials have become available through the years. Aim of this video is to...

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