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Management of Retinal Detachment After Expulsive Hemorrhage

  Channels: General, Retina | Posted 12/20/2017

Post-traumatic or intraoperative expulsive hemorrhage is challenging, even in the hands of an expert surgeon. In this case, Jeroni Nadal, MD, PhD; Juan Alvarez de Toledo, MD; Maria de la Paz, MD; and Ma Isabel Canut, MD; show their approach to a post-traumatic expulsive hemorrhage with complete retinal disinsertion in an eye doctor who underwent penetrating keratoplasty for keratoconus 33 year prior. Key takeaways are to perform surgery as soon as possible, draining choroidal clear blood clots to open space in the vitreous cavity, avoid high density dispersive viscoelastics

Proliferative vitreoretinopathy, PVR