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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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Insufficient Laser, Preretinal Hemorrhage

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An Atypical Case of Persistant Subretinal Fluid, Mimicking a Unilateral Acute Exudative Polymorphous Vitelliform Maculopathy or a CSC

                  Introduction: To describe the case of an atypical Persistent Subretinal Fluid presentation following a macula ON R.D. Results: A 64 y.o woman developed a Macula ON retinal detachment extending from 5 to 11 o’clock, with a unique retinal break at 10 o’clock but threatening the Macular area. For such reason, a vitrectomy was realised to drain the subretinal fluid...

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Management of Thick Submacular Hemorrhage: Do I Need a Forceps or Not ?

Purpose: To evaluate the outcome of pars plana vitrectomy, subretinal tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA) infusion (25 μg) OR subretinal clot evacuation with a forceps. An intraocular gas tamponade with and without postsurgical antivascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) injection for submacular hemorrage was applied per and post operatively. The procedure was followed by having the patient remain in the prone position during five...

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Choroidal Hemorrhage

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Sub-macular Hemorrhage

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