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Nonetheless, exudative retinal detachment as the sole presentation of relapsing ALL in the absence of concomitant central nervous system and/or bone marrow relapse is unusual, and only 3 such cases have been reported (9-11).
Massive retinal gliosis: a late complication of retinal detachment surgery.
The surgical treatment of various complicated retinal detachments mostly requires the availability of a vitreous substitute, either temporary or permanent, ideally to be injectable into the vitreous cavity at the time of surgery [1].
Nearly all retinal detachments develop because of a hole or tear in the retina and this usually happens when it becomes thin.
Runners do not have retinal detachments more than non-runners do.
Visual limitations from the retinal detachments tend to be progressive; the connective tissue in the spinal column and joints in the arms and legs will continue to deteriorate.
The retinal surgery devices market has also been segmented based on applications that include diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment, epiretinal membrane, macular hole and others (eye infections, eye injuries, etc.
A strong link has been made between myopia and degenerative changes including retinal detachment, glaucoma, myopic maculopathy and chorioretinal changes.
In other cases, sudden flashes of light could signal retinal detachment.
b) A feasibility study to ascertain the potential value of central analysis and reporting of processes and outcomes of care for glaucoma, retinal detachment and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) using data extracted from EMR systems (given that it is anticipated that all ophthalmology clinics in time will move to the use of EMR systems).
Two DVD-ROMs contain videos of surgical procedures for treating cataract surgery complications, retinal detachment, macular disease, tissue staining, removing epiretinal and internal limiting membranes, treating proliferative retinopathy, lensectomy, managing myopic masculoschisis, and the use of new medications, among others.
Nearsightedness in childhood is correctable, but is also linked to development of severe forms of this eye disorder in adulthood, which increases risks for potentially blinding diseases such as glaucoma and retinal detachment.