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Slit Lamp Surgery for Uncomplicated RD

Despite the great evolution of pars plana vitrectomy for the treatment of retinal detachment in the last decade, accomplished by the development of better vitrectomy machines, smaller size of the instruments and better illumination options, there are still some cases in which external surgery is strongly advised and may have better results and lower complications rates than vitrectomy. In this sense, the possibility of examining the...

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Minimal Segmental Buckling Using a Slit Lamp and Three-mirror Lens for the Treatment of Retinal Detachment

Salim Ben Yahia*, Rim Kahloun, Salma Gargouri, Salah Jenzeri, Riadh Messaoud, Moncef Khairallah (Monastir, Tunisia) Advantages: To repair rhegmatogenous retinal detachment with minimal segmental scleral buckling using a slit lamp and three-mirror lens. Methods: Patients with primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachment were treated with a segmental buckle (silicone sponge) extending over the area of the retinal break(s). Localization and...

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Pseudophakic Retinal Detachment Surgery by 23 G Vitrectomy, Using Slit-lamp and Non-contact 90D Lens

Etienne H. Bovey, Jean-Antoine Pournaras (Lausanne, Switzerland) Purpose: To describe a new technique of surgery for pseudophakic retinal detachment, using 23G vitrectomy, slit-lamp and non-contact 90D lens. Methods: 42 pseudophakic eyes with retinal detachment were analyzed retrospectively. They were operated on by 23G vitrectomy, transconjunctival cryocoagulation, and internal tamponade with gas (37 cases) or silicone oil (5 cases)....

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Congress – One Port VPPV for the treatment of Epimacular disorders: Slit Lamp and new Anterior Chamber Maintain

SYMPOSIUM:MACULA POT POURRI Moderator: Khaled El-Rakhawy Sunday, June 19, 2005 One port VPPV for the treatment of epimacular disorders: Author: Cesare Forlini, MD, Paolo Rossini, MD, Giuseppe Giunchiglia, MD, Barbara Campanini, MD, Department of Ophthalmology – Ravenna Hospital Viale V. Randi, 5 48100 Ravenna, Italy Abstract : Purpose: This presentation shows a personal technique of one port VPPV for the treatment of epiretinal...

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New Extraocular Illumination Allow Specifically to Better Peel ILM’s

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/videos/FrankKoch_VP6_768K.flv Frank Koch, Pankaj Singh, Michael Koss, Rachid Benjilali (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) Advantages: To peel the ILM under superb resolution and illumination circumstances. Methods: Using high power (HP) diaphanoscopic extraocular illumination. Effectiveness / Safety: The HP diaphanoscope can be powered with just a 150 W halogen light bulb and is characterized by a unique...

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New Extraocular Illumination Allows Specifically to Better Peel ILM’s

New Extraocular Illumination Allows Specifically to Better Peel ILM’s

Frank Koch, Pankaj Singh, Michael Koss, Rachid Benjilali (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) Advantages: To peel the ILM under superb resolution and illumination circumstances. Methods: Using high power (HP) diaphanoscopic extraocular illumination. Effectiveness / Safety: The HP diaphanoscope can be powered with just a 150 W halogen light bulb and is characterized by a unique aperture, filtered light with cut offs at the short as well as the long...

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