Channels: General | Posted 9/27/2010
In this patient, a long standing cyclodialysis cleft extended approximately 3 clock hours. After making a one-half thickness scleral flap, Steven Vold, MD, incises along the length of the cleft. Sutures secure the uveal tissue to the scleral wall at the level of the scleral spur. Gonioscopy is used to confirm the cleft is closed and the iris is in the proper position.