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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              

Abstract Details



Purpose:

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

Setting:

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

Methods:

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.

Results:

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.

Conclusions:

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

Financial Disclosure:

NONE

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