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Macula Surgery Made Safe

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2009/congress/Viewing.flv Authors: Athanasios Nikolakopoulos, I. Panidou, E. Fandel, K. Papadopoulou, Thessaloniki, Greece The presentation is about the results of Macula surgery using all the time wide angle observation system and 25 g instruments and sub bulbar anesthesia. We are presenting our technique of removing the cortical vitreous with the help of triamsinolone painting and the use of brilliand blue to...

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Microsurgical Scleral Buckling with OFFISS

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2008/congress/Microsurgical-Scleral-Buckling-with-OFFISS.flv Jerzy Nawrocki, Zofia Nawrocka, Zofia Michalewska, Janusz Michalewski Advantages: OFFISS was developed to improve quality of vitrectomy by bimanual vitrectomy without endoillumination. Since the system is combination of indirect ophthalmoscopy and microscope it was used for microsurgical scleral buckling. It does not require to change the surgical concept...

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OFFISS for Microsurgical Scleral Buckling

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/videos/OFFISS-for-Microsurgical-Scleral-Buckling.flv Jerzy Nawrocki, MD (Lodz, Poland), Zofia Nawrocka, MD (Lodz, Poland), Zofia Michalewska, MD (Lodz, Poland), Janusz Michalewski, MD (Lodz, Poland) SYNOPSIS The video presents general idea of scleral buckling for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment. Additional animation of patient’s symptoms of retinal detachment is presented. This was created by a patient who...

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Vitrectomy for Dummies

Vitrectomy for Dummies

Virgilio Morales-Canton, MD (Mexico City, Mexico) SYNOPSIS Vitrectomy techniques have evolved greatly during the last decade thanks to improvements in technology. Wide-angle visualization, and better instrumentation offers better surgical outcomes. This video describes important considerations during surgery that facilitates the maneuvers giving better results, and that’s why can be considered “a reference for the rest of...

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The Use of Different Illumination / Observation Systems for Peripheral Vitrectomy

The Use of Different Illumination / Observation Systems for Peripheral Vitrectomy

Jerzy Nawrocki, MD (Lodz, Poland), Zofia Nawrocka, MD (Lodz, Poland), Janusz Michalewski, MD (Lodz, Poland), Zofia Michalewska, (Lodz, Poland) SYNOPSIS This video presents BIOM, OFFISS and horizontal slit illumination used for peripheral vitrectomy. The use of three different systems of illumination and observation during vitrectomy, allows to achieve more adequate viewing. This may improve completeness of peripheral vitrectomy. New...

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A New Microscope with Wide Angle Viewing System without Endoillumination

A New Microscope with Wide Angle Viewing System without Endoillumination

Murat Oncel, MD (Istanbul, Turkey) SYNOPSIS This film demonstrates the technique of using a new microscope observation system for vitrectomy procedures that does not require the use of fiber optic illumination. Without fiber optic illumination, the surgeon is able to perform bimanuel surgery. A 40D non-contact lens provides a wide-angle viewing. ...

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