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Refractive Surgery Pitfalls During Retinal Surgery

Kirk Packo, MD, presents a post-LASIK patient that developed angle closure glaucoma and bilateral anterior segment necrosis after taking the migraine medication, topiramate. He performs a vitrectomy-lensectomy, but encounters a problem when attempting to scrape hazy epithelium.

Comments (2)

great insertion of the clip from jaws. brilliant. perfect!

ranchump (92 months ago)

Hahaha that was very funny indeed!!!! It's amazing how certain bizarrely funny things happen in medicine in the oddest situations!

Renato Passo (92 months ago)