Retinitis pigmentosa is devastating disorder which leads to poor vision. Usually central vision is relativelly spared for longer time. However RP patients may suffer from macular problems (CMO, MH, ERM, pseudoholes) which additionally destroy the island of vision which is left. In disorders mentioned above, in otherwise healthy eyes, there would be not doubts if one should perform surgery. But what should be done RP case with in macular problem ? Should we do the surgery on weak and dysfunctional retina? The aim of this presentation is to show the case of one RP patient which underwent macular surgery in both eyes.

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