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Coats Disease: Management of Lipid Exudates by Trans-scleral Drainage, Triamcinolone Injection Followed by Laser Peripheral Ablation

Aim: To evaluate the role of intravitreal Triamcinolone (TA) with or without trans-scleral drainage in management of Coats disease. Methods: Retrospective, interventional case series. Results: Fifteen consecutive cases with Coats disease were managed with 4mg/0.1ml intravitreal Triamcinolone injection on presentation and were followed for a minimum of one year duration. Additional management strategies including drainage of subretinal fluid...

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Coats Disease Treated with PPV, Scleral Buckle and Intravitreal Anti-VEGF : A Case Report

Purpose: To report the results of of PPV, scleral buckling and anti-VEGF injections in a patient with Coats disease. Method: Patients data include ophthalmologic evaluation, surgical procedure documentation, OCT and fundus imaging. Results: A 15 years-old boy was referred to our department with leucocoria and low vision. BCVA was 1.0 in right eye and hand movements in left eye, IOP 12 and 8 mm hg respectively. Fundus examination revealed...

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Coats-like Disease Associated with Translocation

RETINA PHOTO_Israel Gomez Sanchez A girl of 13 with multiple congenital anomalies and Hypomelanosis of Ito (Pigmentary mosaicism). Feature a fundoscopy with; teleangiectasia, exudation associated to foveal scar and hypomelanic patches of retina. This hypomelanic patches, hyperfluorescent in fluorescein angiography (window effect) correspond congruently with hypomelanic skin...

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Transpupillary Thermotherapy for Coats’ Disease with Multiple Macroaneurysms in the Posterior Pole

Poster 4 Salim Ben Yahia Advantages: To report clinical findings and outcome of an atypical case of Coats’ disease in an adult patient. Methods: A 48-year-old female underwent ocular examination including dilated fundus examination, fluorescein angiography, and optical coherence tomography. Effectiveness / Safety: The patient presented with decreased vision in her left eye. Fundus examination revealed multiple macroaneurysms in the...

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Tractional Macular Edema in Coats’ Disease After Laser, Cryo and Anti-VEGF; A 25 G MIVS Approach

Advantages: To present a case of tractional macular edema in Coats’ disease in a young woman, after 2 years of laser, cryotherapy and anti-VEGF treatment. Methods: A 39-year-old woman with macular pucker in Coats’ disease after 2 years of laser, cryotherapy and anti-VEGF treatment, underwent 25ga mini invasive IVTA assisted vitrectomy. We removed macular pucker after staining posterior pole with Dual Blue. During the...

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Surgical Approach to Advanced Coats Disease

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/congress/Vascular-Pathologies-in-Young-Patients.flv Klaus Lucke, Silvia Bopp (Bremen, Germany) Advantages: To describe surgical procedures and overall relatively good outcomes in advanced cases of Coats’ disease with traction retinal detachment, subretinal exsudation and frequently pucker formation in eyes that unoperated would eventually end up blind. Methods: The charts of 17 eyes of 16 patients with...

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Coats Disease, Teleangiectasies and Angiomas

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/congress/Vascular-Pathologies-in-Young-Patients.flv Ivan Fiser (Prague, Czech Republic) Advantages: In Coats´ disease and Coats-like retinal telangiectasia and aneurysms connected with exudation, we primarily treat the ectatic lesion with laser photocoagulation, rarely with cryopexy. Encouraged by good results, we treat even some perifoveal telangiectasies. In cases where the exudation stimulates an ERM...

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Management of Lipid Exudates in Coats’ Disease by Adjuvant Intravitreal Triamcinolone: Effects and Complications

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/congress/Vascular-Pathologies-in-Young-Patients.flv Ihab Saad Othman, Magdy Moussa, Manal Bouhaimed (Giza, Egypt) Advantages: Coats disease is associated with vascular leaky telangiectatic vessels. Intravitreal triamcinolone injection modulates leaking vessels and is associated with subretinal fluid resorption that can be followed by laser peripheral photoablation. Methods: Retrospective, interventional case...

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Coat’s Syndrome Successfully Treated with Cryocoagulation and Intravitreal Injection of Bevacizumab: A Case Report

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/congress/Vascular-Pathologies-in-Young-Patients.flv Barbara Parolini, Grazia Pertile (Verona, Italy) A 14-year-old boy came to our attention in August 2008 for vision loss in the left eye. Since January 2008, his left eye had progressivery lost vision to 0,1 Snellen BCVA. He presented with a massive submacular exudation due to vascular abnormalities located in the temporal quadrant. A choroido-retinal...

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Coats Disease: Management of Lipid Exudates by Intravitreal Triamcinolone with or without Subretinal Fluid Drainage: Effects and Complications

Authors: Ihab Saad Othman, Magdy Moussa, Giza, Egypt Advantages: Coats disease is associated with vascular leaky telangiectatic vessels. Intravitreal triamcinolone injection modulates leaking vessels and is associated with subretinal fluid resorption that can be followed by laser peripheral photoablation. Methods: Twelve consecutive cases with Coats disease. Eleven cases presented in children and a single case presented in a 23-year-old...

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Resolution of Severe Macular Edema in Coat’s Disease with Intravitreal Bevacizumab

Morteza Entezari, Alireza Ramezani, Ladan Safavizadeh, Nader Bassirnia (Ophthalmic Research Center, Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran) Advantages: To report a successful treatment of a severe exudative maculapathy in a 13-year-old boy with Coat’s disease by three intravitreal bevacizumab injections. Conventionally, laser photocoagulation and cryotherapy have been used for treatment of Coat’s disease;...

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Management of Coats Disease: Study of 29 Cases

Florence Metge, MD (Paris, France), Sarah Mrejen, MD (Paris, France), Pascale Dureau, MD, PhD (Paris, France), Catherine Edelson, MD (Paris, France), Francois Audren, MD (Paris, France), Isabelle Meunier, MD (Paris, France), George Caputo, MD (Paris, France) PURPOSE: Coat’s disease is characterized by abnormal telangiectatic retinal vessels associated with intraretinal and subretinal exsudates. The aim of this study is to describe...

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