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Residual Vitreous Cortex at the Fovea During Vitrectomy for Primary Rhegmatogenous RD Repair

SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2016_Residual Vitreous Cortex at the Fovea During Vitrectomy for Primary Rhegmatogenous RD Repair Eun Hyung Cho Purpose: We investigated the effectiveness of the removal of the residual vitreous cortex in the fovea during vitrectomy for primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachment repair. Method: We retrospectively reviewed the chart and the operation video of the 50 patients (50 eyes) who underwent vitrectomy for retinal...

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Management of Adherent Posterior Hyaloid in PVR

Media not available due to technical recording problems. EVRS is very sorry for the inconvenience.   Posterior Hyaloid is the scaffold for epiretinal proliferations in PVR. Removal of posterior hyaloid is difficult because it is toughly adherent to the retina The traditional way is suction and pull by the vitreous cutter. However, this isn’t always successful. I used a Tano scraper and end gripping forceps to try to grasp and...

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Management of Adherent Posterior Hyaloid During Vitrectomy in Eyes with Rhegmatogenous RD

Hassan Mortada (Cairo, Egypt) Advantages: Peeling of adherent cortical vitreous during primary vitrectomy in eyes with rhegmatogenous RD is crucial in achieving complete mobilization of the retina, to remove the scaffold for further proliferation and to achieve long-term retinal stability. The posterior hyaloid may be loosely or strongly adherent or may show vitreoschisis. The aim of this work is to present the behavior of adherent...

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Vitrectomy and Posterior Hyaloid Peeling for Myopic Foveoschisis

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2008/congress/Vitrectomy-and-Posterior-Hyaloid-Peeling-for-Myopic-%20Foveoschisis.flv Hassan Mortada Advantages: It is still uncertain which technique is most effective in management of myopic foveoschisis. This work presents the technique and results of vitrectomy combined with posterior hyaloid peeling, without internal limiting membrane peeling, in management of myopic foveoschisis. Methods: Twenty highly...

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