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Operculated Retinal Tear

Operculated Retinal Tear

Operculated Retinal Tear By Dr. Ameen Marashi‎ 35 years old complaining from floaters .What is your Diagnosis and Management? By Dr.Juan Jose Cueto Gomez Photocoagulation 3 rows around it. Is he a myope? Search for more lesions. By Dr.Danilo Iannetta Retinal tear with perilesional edema and i can see the anterior shadow in the vitreous but i can’t see if ... Read More »

Scleral Buckling Cryoretinopexy

Scleral Buckling Cryoretinopexy

Scleral Buckling Cryoretinopexy A scleral buckle is one of several ophthalmologic procedures that can be used to repair a retinal detachment. Retinal detachments are usually caused by retinal tears, and a scleral buckle can be used to close the retinal break. Scleral buckles come in many shapes and sizes. An encircling band is a thin silicone band sewn around the ... Read More »

Modified External Needle Drainage of Subretinal Fluid

Modified External Needle Drainage of Subretinal Fluid

Modified External Needle Drainage of Subretinal Fluid External needle drainage of subretinal fluid is a useful technique to assist with retinal detachment surgery. This technique provides the ability to directly visualize the removal of subretinal fluid in a controlled manner. The major difficulty in learning this technique is the potential for overpenetration with the needle. Using a “guarded needle” approach ... Read More »

Retinal schisis accompanied with retinal detachment

Retinal schisis accompanied with retinal detachment

 Retinal schisis accompanied with retinal detachment By Dr.Mominul Islam Badhon A female 25 yrs old left eye 6/36 and no h/o trauma.left eye amblyopia .this os the OCT of macular regeion .and pt has optic disc pit also in same eye. picture of left eye .diagnosis or D/D managment . By Dr.Amer Daloul It’s retinal schisis due to nerve optic ... Read More »

Non-rhegmatogenous (Exudative) Retinal Detachment

Non-rhegmatogenous (Exudative) Retinal Detachment

Non-rhegmatogenous (Exudative) Retinal Detachment  Key Facts  • Elevation of retina from accumulation of fluid, exudate, or blood in the subretinal space in the absence of retinal break or traction • The pathophysiology includes: • breakdown of the blood–retinal barrier (e.g. central serous retinopathy, Harada disease) • an increase in fluid flow into the subretinal space (e.g. choroidal tumors, malignant hypertension) ... Read More »

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