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Vitrectomy Using a 27-gauge Cutter

Nilesh Kanjani, DO, notes the importance of learning from old mistakes as he presents this case, which demonstrates the utility of a 27-gauge cutter. The surgery included a thorough vitrectomy, the removal of a tractional retinal detachment, and the removal of a subhyaloid hemorrhage. Overall, the procedure required just one instrument change. Additionally, it concluded with an air-fluid exchange using tamponade.

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