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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 »

Subretinal fluid

Subretinal fluid

Subretinal fluid can also originate directly from the choroid such as in VKH (VogtKoyanagi-Harada) disease where massive primary choroidal inflammation spills over to the retina and causes profuse leakage of liquid through the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) forming exudative retnal detachments (ERD). Other diseases that can produce ERD include sympathetic ophthalmia and posterior scleritis Source: Ophthalmology Notes Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Subretinal ... Read More »

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