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Central Retinal Vein Occlusion: What`s New ?

Despite numerous studies describing predominantly its clinical course, many aspects of central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) remain unclear. Hypotheses on the pathogenesis of CSCR have ranged from a basic alteration in the blood stream to an involvement of the blood vessel wall. We reviewed the different therapeutic approaches, including laser induced chorioretinal anastomosis (LICRA), vitrectomy (PPV) and intravitreal treatment (IVT)....

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Vitreo-retinal Interface in Non-tractional DME

Vitrectomy is a well-known technique for dealing with “tractional DME”. Most doctors however prefer medical treatment for “non-tractional” DME. Recently performed, ME EVRS study proved that vitrectomy may be a valuable treatment option for “non-tractional” DME. The aim of this presentation is to show the vitreo-retinal relationship in “nontractional DME” revealed during the surgery, pointing that in...

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Role of Endo-diathermy Probe in PDR Surgery

I use the endodiathermy probe as one of two instruments for bimanual dissection of diabetic fibrovascular proliferations. It replaces either the forceps or the vitreous cutting probe and scissors. Forceps Replacement: I identify the surgical planes, by inserting the endodiathermy probe tip underneath the membranes; this allows me to dissect with the vitreous cutting probe under good visulaization. Probe/scissors Replacement: In the...

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Retinal Teleangectasia

              Color and autofluorescence of retinal teleangectasia in a 30 yo boy, partially treated with laser. Contact Details: Email: parolinibarbara@gmail.com Cell Phone:...

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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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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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