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Early PPV versus Delayed PPV for Spontaneous Fundus Obscuring Vitreous Hemorrhage

SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2016_Early PPV versus Delayed PPV for Spontaneous Fundus Obscuring Vitreous Hemorrhage Joo Yeon Kim Purpose: To compare the visual outcomes of early versus delayed intervention in the setting of fundus-obscuring vitreous hemorrhage (VH) presumed to be due to posterior vitreous detachment. Methods: All eyes that presented with a fundus-obscuring VH defined as vision of 20/400 or worse, and requiring a B-scan at presentation...

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Entry-site Hemorrhage: When to Suspect and How to Manage it

Introduction: Vitreoretinal sutureless surgery has evolved in recent years into a safer, more effective group of procedures. It is, therefore, an unexpected sight to have a vitreous hemorrhage at the end of an otherwise uneventful vitrectomy. A possible cause of such a finding is an external hemorrhage that occurs immediatly after the removal of the trocars, that finds its way inside the vitreous cavity through the sclerotomy. Methods: The...

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A Patient with 42 Episodes of Vitreous Hemorrhage

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Vitreous Hemorrhage & Recurrent RD Previously Operated with a Segmental Buckle

Purpose: This video shows surgical techniques and precautions for the patient with recurrent of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment and vitreous hemorrhage, who previously had a segmental scleral buckling. Method: For the patient with previous experience of segmental scleral buckling on the downside 14-21mm position with a retinal detachment relapse, along with increase of vitreous hemorrhage, and a possibility of traction on the posterior...

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Outcomes of PPV for Non-clearing Vitreous Hemorrhage in PDR

Introduction: Diabetic vitreous errateage often clears in a few weeks. If pan retinal laser photocoagulation is not possible, or there is persistent non-clearing vitreous errateage, vitrectomy should be performed. Purpose: To assess the outcomes of one year follow up of patients who underwent pars plana vitrectomy for non- clearing diabetic vitreous haemorrhage. Methods: Retrospective case note study, analysed notes of patients who...

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Hemorrhagic Retinal Detachments

Theodoros Potamitis (Limassol, Cyprus) Advantages: Without a large retinotomy massive clots of blood can be removed from the subretinal space in a simple air-fluid exchange. Methods: Tissue plasminogen activator is injected three days prior to surgery to liquify the clotted blood. A standard three-port vitrectomy is then performed and through a 20G retinotomy and using air-fluid exchange the subretinal blood is evacuated. Effectiveness /...

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