Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 2000;41(10):2276-2279.
Published online October 1, 2000.
Ocular Perforation During Reattachment Surgery for Recurrent Retinal Detachment.
Sang Ho Yoon, Gwang Ju Choi, Kyung Soo Na
Department of Ophthalmology, The Chosun University Medical College, 588 Seonam-dong, Dong-ku, Kwang-ju, 501-140, Korea.
재발한 망막박리 수술도중 발생한 안구천공
윤상호(Sang Ho Yoon),최광주(Gwang Ju Choi),나경수(Kyung Soo Na)
Abstract
Ocular perforation during retinal reattachment surgery is very uncommon intraoperative complication.If globe rupture occurs, intraocular fluid leakage, ocular hypotony, and vitreous hemorrhage follow. Authors made an intraoperative ocular perforation inadvertently by scleral depressor on our patient who had a recurrent retinal detachment on his right eye. However, immediate scleral suture of the ruptured wound and balanced salt solution injection by pars plana route, and effective scleral exoplant maintained his retina anatomically flat. So, we present the case with a brief literatures review.
Key Words: Ocular perforation;Recurrent retinal detachment


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