Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 1993;34(8):808-811.
Published online August 1, 1992.
A Case of Retinal Detachment with Equatorial Scleral Staphyloma.
Byung Hwa Jung, Si Yeol Kim
Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, Kyung-Pook National University, Taegu, Korea.
적도부 공막포도종이 동반된 망막박리 1 예
정병화(Byung Hwa Jung),김시열(Si Yeol Kim)
Abstract
While retinal detachment is not rarely associated with posterior staphyloma and macular hole, very few cases of retinal detachment with equatorial scleral staphyloma are reported until recentily. In the course of retinal detachment surgery, an equatorial staphyloma is found unexpectedly and makes surgical treatment difficult. We experienced a 70 year old woman who had retinal detachment due to a hole at the 1 o'clock equator. During the retinal detachment surgery, a large equatorial staphyloma was noted right over the retinal hole. Scleral surface buckling procedure and graft using the preserved human sclera were performed. After the follow up period of 6 months, retina was still reattached.
Key Words: Equatorial scleral staphyloma;Retinal detachment


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