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Efficiency of vitreoretinal surgery of patients with myopic foveaskisis

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Session Title: Quick Fire Free Paper Session 03

Session Date/Time: Sunday 29/09/2013 | 08:30-09:30

Paper Time: 08:00

Venue: Hall C (Level 1)

First Author: S.Vadim RUSSIA

Co Author(s):    S. Sergey              

Abstract Details

Purpose:

The work purpose: to estimate efficiency of vitreoretinal surgeries to patients with myopic foveaskisis.

Setting:

Ophthalmologic hospital T.I. Eroshevski, The Samara state medical university, Samara, Russia

Methods:

Under supervision there were 4 patients with myopic foveaskisis. BCVA at receipt was 0,06±0,02. Average clinical refraction equaled -14,7±2,9 D, average length of an axis of an eye 27,34±2,46 mm. To patients the optical coherent tomography was executed.

Results:

To patients microivasive vitrectomy 25-gauge with a peeling of posterior hyaloids membranes. At one patient peeling of ILM with membrane dye Brilliant Blue G. To all patients operation finished with silicone oil. In the postoperative period which has been tracked within 6 months at all patients reduction of retinal hypostasis, gradual rapprochement of internal and external leaves of the stratified retina, partial restoration of an anatomic profile of foveolar areas and in all macular was marked. BCVA has increased with 0,06±0,02 to 0,13±0,01.

Conclusions:

Modern possibilities of microivasive vitreoretinal surgery allow to achieve positive results in treatment of myopic foveaskisis.

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