Presentation shows two cases of choroidal neovascularisation after vitrectomy. Both cases undergo two surgical procedures. In first case the second procedure was performed to remove epiretinal membrane which causes macular edema. Second case was PVR detachment surgery treated in two operations. In first procedure we attached retina with silicone oil tamponade and 180 degrees retinectomy, and in second one we peel membranes and remove silicone oil. Both cases followed multiple anti-VEGF injections to stop bleeding and exudates. The question is, could the vitrectomy be a triger factor for subretinal neovascularistion?

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