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Features of defeating a retina in patients with endophthalmitis

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First Author: V.Stebnev RUSSIA

Co Author(s):    N. Skladchikova              

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To describe changes in a retina at patients with chronic endophthalmitis in pseudophakic eyes.


Department of Ophthalmology, Eye Hospital T.I. Eroshevski, Samara, Russia


Chronic endophthalmitis is rare, but the heaviest postoperative complication of surgery of cataracts. In the course of surgical treatment of patients with chronic endophthalmitis changes in a retina which description we did not meet in the literature are revealed. Under supervision there were 4 patients with chronic endophthalmitis in pseudophakic eyes by which the vitreoretinal surgery has been spent.


In a course of vitrectomy on a retina surface have been found out large curdled precipitates which settled down it is isolated on all surface of a retina from macular to extreme periphery. Pprecipitates have been poorly connected with a surface of a retina and it is easy aspirated by a tip of vitractor. Sight at an extract 0,1 - 0,2. Inflammatory process is stopped. Supervision over patients in the remote period has shown a quiet condition of eyes, inflammatory process in a retina is stopped. Sight 0,1 - 0,3.


The described changes in a retina, regarded as a symptom toxic retina, supplement known clinical picture of chronic endophthalmitis in pseudophakic eyes.

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