Retinal Detachment Vision

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Scleral buckle surgery is an established treatment in which the eye surgeon sews one or more silicone bands (or tyres) to the sclera (the white outer coat of the eyeball). The bands push the wall of the eye inward against the retinal hole, closing the break or reducing fluid flow through it and reducing the effect of vitreous traction thereby allowing the retina to re-attach. Cryotherapy (freezing) is applied around retinal breaks prior to placing the buckle. Often subretinal fluid is drained as part of the buckling procedure. The buckle remains in situ. The most common side effect of a scleral operation is myopic shift. That is, the operated eye will be more short sighted after the operation. Radial scleral buckle is indicated for U-shaped tears or Fishmouth tears, and posterior breaks. Circumferential scleral buckle is indicated for multiple breaks, anterior breaks and wide breaks. Encircling buckles are indicated for breaks covering more than 2 quadrants of retinal area, lattice degeneration located on more than 2 quadrant of retinal area, undetectable breaks, and proliferative vitreous retinopathy.

Keywords: retinal, retinale migräne, retinalyse, retinaler venenverschluss, retinale gliose, retinale gefaessanalyse, retinale vaskulitis, retinale disparität,


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Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision


Retinal Detachment Vision