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Use of Viscoelastic Materials to Protect the Macula During Removal of Large Posterior Segment Intraocular Foreign Bodies

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/videos/ToukaBanaee_VP6_768K.flv Author: Banaee Touka, Mashhad, Iran Advantages: Protection of macula in case a large foreign body is lost from the forceps during removal. Methods: After completion of vitrectomy and before removal of the foreign body, half of the vitreous cavity is filled with viscoelastic material and then the foreign body is removed. The viscoelastic material can effectively reduce the...

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Transscleral Extraction of an Intraocular Foreign Body without PPV

Authors: Stepan Rusnak, M. Kozova, S. Belfinova, R. Ricarova, Plzen, Czech Republic Advantages: In selected cases (the entrance wound located at the pars plana, no vitreous bleeding, no retinal damage, ferromagnetic IOFB) this technique is a simple and safe procedure with fast visual recovery. Methods: A group of 7 eyes (young phakic men), mean follow up 48 months; sclerotomy 4 mm from the limbus close to the actual IOFB position,...

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Vitrectomy Session – IOFB

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2007/videos/vitrectomysession-iofb.flv

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Intraocular Foreign Body Removal at Walter Reed Army Medical Center during Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/congress/Intraocular-Foreign-Body-Removal-at-Walter-Reed-Army-Medical-Center-during-Operations-Iraqi-and-Enduring-Freedom.swf http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/congress/Intraocular-Foreign-Body-Removal-at-Walter-Reed-Army-Medical-Center-during-Operations-Iraqi-and-Enduring-Freedom.flv Marcus H Colyer, MD (Washington, DC), Eric Weichel, MD (Washington, DC), Eric Weber, MD (Washington, DC), John S.B. Dick, MD (San...

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