Jean-Paul Amar Cannes, France

This vitrectomy technique uses the intra-operative slit lamp and two open doors that allow a cutting view of the surgical site and avoid the usual dangerous inferior open door. As the second hand of the surgeon is free, he is able to practice the indentation. After a complete vitrectomy, especially on the edges of the tear, the sub-retinal fluid is drawn up through the tear. The retinopexy can be done on a flat retina. This kind of vitrectomy-cryo-gas tries to reduce the risk of iatrogenic complications, particularly the incarceration of vitreous gel in the sclerotomia.