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(Retinal detachment)
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  • Myopic shift in a pseudophakic eye with an accommodating IOL following vitrectomy with gas tamponade. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Ophthalmol Case Rep 2018; 10:307-309
  • Aker J, Dowling J, Halperin L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Myopic shift following vitrectomy with gas tamponade in pseudophakic eyes is widely reported. This patient's myopic shift was assumed due to anterior movement of the Crystalens caused by a gas bubble placed during retinal detachment repair as this is the prevailing theory in the literature [1]. However, a comparison of the patient's ACD measurements does not support the above hypothesis. Further study is needed to determine the mechanism of myopic shift seen in pseudophakic patients following vitrectomy, specifically those with gas.
  • Micropulse laser for persistent optic disc pit maculopathy. A case report. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Ophthalmol Case Rep 2018; 10:282-284
  • Valdés-Lara CA, Crim N, … Morales-Cantón V
  • CONCLUSIONS: Subthreshold micropulse laser is designed to stimulate the retinal pigment epithelium without damage to the photoreceptors, resulting in absorption of subretinal and intraretinal fluid. Macular serous detachment in patients with ODP requires a prompt diagnosis and treatment to avoid damage to photoreceptors. Subthreshold micropulse laser is a potential treatment for eyes with ODP and macular serous detachment complication.
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