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Incidence of Retinal Detachments After Vitrectomy for Macular Surgery, According to the Set Up of Maximum Vacuum

Jean-Paul Berrod, I. Hubert, J. Selton (Nancy, France) Advantages: Low vacuum setting might reduce the rate of retinal tears and/or retinal detachment after macular surgery. Traction on the peripheral retina during vitrectomy increases with the maximum vacuum set up. The aim of our study was to precise the incidence of retinal tears and retinal detachment after macular surgery depending on the maximum vacuum set up during the...

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Results According to the Vitrectomy Machine Parameters

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Vitrectomy Session – Removing the Vitreous

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

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