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Diabetic Tractional Detachment of the Macula

Diabetic Tractional Detachment of the Macula

(a)Diabetic tractional detachment of the macula.

There is a thick fibrovascular membrane lying on the surface of the macula causing a tractional detachment with accumulation of a large amount of intraretinal edema.

(b)Following pars plana vitrectomy with membrane peeling there is a return to a more normal macular architecture. There is still a large amount of cystic intraretinal edema present

Diabetic Tractional Detachment of the Macula

Diabetic Tractional Detachment of the Macula

Source: Ophthalmology Notes

Diabetic Tractional Detachment of the Macula

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(a)Diabetic tractional detachment of the macula. There is a thick fibrovascular membrane lying on the surface of the macula causing a tractional detachment with accumulation of a large amount of intraretinal edema. (b)Following pars plana vitrectomy with membrane peeling there is a return to a more normal macular architecture. There is still a large amount …

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