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Expulsive Hemorrhage - What To Do and Not To Do

  Channels: Cornea, General | Posted 10/4/2010

This video shows two cases of expulsive hemorrhage and discusses what to do and what not to do in such a situation. The first case involves a traumatic globe rupture and pseudophacocele with an IOL in the subconjunctival space. In the second case, a bullous keratopathy patient undergoes a IEK when the surgeon notes movement in the retina choroid complex.


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