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An updated classification of retinal detachment with proliferative vitreoretinopathy.
factors having implications on re retinal detachment after silicone oil removal.
They found generalized arteriolar narrowing (5/28), cotton wool spot (1/28), haemorrhage (1/28) and serous retinal detachment (1/28).
Exclusion criteria included patients having diabetic vitreous hemorrhage with either tractional, rhegmatogenous or combined retinal detachment, patients with iatrogenic retinal tear and use of tamponade per-operatively during pars plana vitrectomy, previous pars plana vitrectomy, vitreous hemorrhage due to other ocular co-morbidities like retinal vein occlusion (central or branch), retinal vasculitis and patients who could not complete the follow up.
Visual acuity in right eye was 6/6 and left eye was 6/9, serous retinal detachment had resolved on OCT scanning and fundus examination (Figure-3 and 4).
Retinal detachment is associated with poor visual outcomes leading to doubling of the visual angle and eventual blindness despite the initiation of ART, as was noted in our patient.
2 artery occlusion Combined 5 5 10 2 retinopathy Retinal detachment 1 4 5 1 Macular hole 3 1 4 0.
12) CSCR is most commonly mistaken for the exudative retinal detachment seen in the acute phase of VKH.
Comparison of raised IOP after pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) using 1000 CSt and 5000 CSt silicone oil in rhegmatogenous retinal detachment.
Retinal detachments occurs when a gel-like substance (vitreous) seeps through a tear, break or hole, and collects under the retina, separating it from the underling tissue.
In our study, 9% of eyes had SRF with subfoveal retinal detachment, which could not be detected by biomicroscopy.