April 2014 - Volume 34 - Issue 4
pp: 629-826,e8-e13

SYSTEMIC SAFETY OF RANIBIZUMAB FOR DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA: Meta-analysis of Randomized Trials

Yanagida, Yasuko; Ueta, Takashi

Retina . 34(4):629-635, April 2014.


MULTIMODAL IMAGING FINDINGS IN RETINAL DEEP CAPILLARY ISCHEMIA

Yu, Suqin; Wang, Fenghua; Pang, Claudine E.; More

Retina . 34(4):636-646, April 2014.

RESTORATION OF RETINAL LAYERS AFTER EPIRETINAL MEMBRANE PEELING

Hartmann, Kathrin I.; Schuster, Alexander K.; Bartsch, Dirk-Uwe; More

Retina . 34(4):647-654, April 2014.

RETINAL NERVE FIBER LAYER THICKNESS MODIFICATION AFTER INTERNAL LIMITING MEMBRANE PEELING

Balducci, Nicole; Morara, Mariachiara; Veronese, Chiara; More

Retina . 34(4):655-663, April 2014.

INVERTED INTERNAL LIMITING MEMBRANE FLAP TECHNIQUE FOR SURGICAL REPAIR OF MYOPIC MACULAR HOLES

Michalewska, Zofia; Michalewski, Janusz; Dulczewska-Cichecka, Karolina; More

Retina . 34(4):664-669, April 2014.

EFFECT OF 360° EPISCLERAL BAND AS ADJUNCTIVE TO PARS PLANA VITRECTOMY AND SILICONE OIL TAMPONADE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MYOPIC MACULAR HOLE RETINAL DETACHMENT

Ghoraba, Hammouda H.; Mansour, Hosam O.; Elgouhary, Sameh M.

Retina . 34(4):670-678, April 2014.

RATE OF SCLEROTOMY SUTURING IN 23-GAUGE PRIMARY VITRECTOMY

Duval, Renaud; Hui, Joanna M.; Rezaei, Kourous A.

Retina . 34(4):679-683, April 2014.

TRENDS AND FACTORS RELATED TO OUTCOMES FOR PRIMARY RHEGMATOGENOUS RETINAL DETACHMENT SURGERY IN A LARGE ASIAN TERTIARY EYE CENTER

Wong, Chee Wai; Wong, Wan Ling; Yeo, Ian Yew San; More

Retina . 34(4):684-692, April 2014.

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH OUTCOMES OF PNEUMATIC RETINOPEXY FOR RHEGMATOGENOUS RETINAL DETACHMENTS: A Retrospective Review of 422 Cases

Gilca, Marina; Duval, Renaud; Goodyear, Émilie; More

Retina . 34(4):693-699, April 2014.

CHARACTERIZATION OF PNEUMATIC RETINOPEXY FAILURES AND THE PNEUMATIC PUMP: A New Complication of Pneumatic Retinopexy

Gorovoy, Ian R.; Eller, Andrew W.; Friberg, Thomas R.; More

Retina . 34(4):700-704, April 2014.

CORRELATION OF SPECTRAL DOMAIN OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY FINDINGS AND VISUAL ACUITY IN CENTRAL SEROUS CHORIORETINOPATHY

Yalcinbayir, Ozgur; Gelisken, Oner; Akova-Budak, Berna; More

Retina . 34(4):705-712, April 2014.

DOES MICROPERIMETRY HAVE A PROGNOSTIC VALUE IN CENTRAL SEROUS CHORIORETINOPATHY?

Roisman, Luiz; Ribeiro, João C.; Fechine, Francisco V.; More

Retina . 34(4):713-718, April 2014.

TREATMENT OF ANTI-VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR–RESISTANT DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA WITH DEXAMETHASONE INTRAVITREAL IMPLANT

Lazic, Ratimir; Lukic, Marko; Boras, Ivan; More

Retina . 34(4):719-724, April 2014.

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN RETINAL VENULAR DILATION AND SEROUS RETINAL DETACHMENT IN DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA

Muraoka, Yuki; Murakami, Tomoaki; Nishijima, Kazuaki; More

Retina . 34(4):725-731, April 2014.

HYPERREFLECTIVE FOCI IN OUTER RETINA PREDICTIVE OF PHOTORECEPTOR DAMAGE AND POOR VISION AFTER VITRECTOMY FOR DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA

Nishijima, Kazuaki; Murakami, Tomoaki; Hirashima, Takako; More

Retina . 34(4):732-740, April 2014.

RETINAL MORPHOLOGIC CHANGES AND CONCENTRATIONS OF CYTOKINES IN EYES WITH DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA

Sonoda, Shozo; Sakamoto, Taiji; Yamashita, Takehiro; More

Retina . 34(4):741-748, April 2014.

ACUTE RETINAL PIGMENT EPITHELIUM DETACHMENTS AFTER PHOTOCOAGULATION

Moysidis, Stavros N.; Vajzovic, Lejla; Gregori, Giovanni; More

Retina . 34(4):749-760, April 2014.

INCIDENCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF NEOVASCULARIZATION IN FELLOW EYES OF JAPANESE PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL RETINAL ANGIOMATOUS PROLIFERATION

Sawa, Miki; Ueno, Chikaka; Gomi, Fumi; More

Retina . 34(4):761-767, April 2014.

CHOROIDAL THICKNESS MEASUREMENT IN CHILDREN USING OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY

Bidaut-Garnier, Mélanie; Schwartz, Claire; Puyraveau, Marc; More

Retina . 34(4):768-774, April 2014.

CHOROIDAL THICKNESS IN CONVALESCENT VOGT–KOYANAGI–HARADA DISEASE

Takahashi, Hiroyuki; Takase, Hiroshi; Ishizuka, Atsuko; More

Retina . 34(4):775-780, April 2014.

ASSESSMENT OF THE RISK OF NEEDLESTICK INJURIES ASSOCIATED WITH INTRAVITREAL INJECTIONS

Shah, Sanket U.; Koenig, Michael J.; Dacquay, Yann; More

Retina . 34(4):781-784, April 2014.

CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE USABILITY OF AUGMENTED REALITY OPHTHALMOSCOPY FOR THE TRAINING OF INEXPERIENCED EXAMINERS

Leitritz, Martin A.; Ziemssen, Focke; Suesskind, Daniela; More

Retina . 34(4):785-791, April 2014.

TRANSSCLERAL DELIVERY OF Nd: YLF LASER AT 1,047 nm CAUSES VASCULAR OCCLUSION IN EXPERIMENTAL PIGMENTED CHOROIDAL MELANOMA

Damico, Francisco Max; Takahashi, Beatriz S.; Acquesta, Felipe B.

Retina . 34(4):792-800, April 2014.

INTRAVITREAL PHARMACOKINETICS AFTER POSTERIOR SUBTENON TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE INJECTION IN VITRECTOMIZED RABBIT EYES

Park, Hyun Jun; Lee, Ji Eun; Kim, Sung Il; More

Retina . 34(4):801-806, April 2014.






Creator: Walsh, Mark K. MD, PhD; Joshi, Malav MD
Duration: 1:19
SST-IOL technique: Given the risk of anisometropic amblyopia, a second 3-piece IOL was placed in the right eye as a piggyback lens in SST-IOL fashion. A silicone IOL (Bausch & Lomb LI61AO, Bridgewater, NJ) was used to decrease IOL interface opacification or fibrosis risk. The same technique as outlined above was used except that the ciliary sulcus-based sclerotomies were placed at 3- and 9-o' clock and were made 1 mm, not 1.5 mm, from the limbus. This is the first report of SST-IOL placed in piggyback fashion to our knowledge.
Creator: Walsh, Mark K. MD, PhD; Joshi, Malav MD
Duration: 2:53
SST-IOL technique: Video shows the surgery of Patient 3 (Table 1). At 3 months of age, one of the authors (M.K.W.) performed a limbal-based lensectomy and vitrectomy for combined anterior and posterior persistent fetal vasculature syndrome associated with epipapillary traction retinal detachment. His traction retinal detachment resolved, but he did not tolerate contact lens wear, therefore a secondary IOL was placed in SST-IOL fashion at 2 years of age.
Creator: Walsh, Mark K. MD, PhD; Joshi, Malav MD
Duration: 1:12
Video demonstrates the key steps of a SST-IOL technique procedure in a 14-month-old child (Patient 1 in Table 1) with a history of congenital aniridia and congenital cataracts in both eyes status and cataract extraction elsewhere followed by secondary IOL implantation in the sulcus elsewhere in the right eye. The IOL dislocated because of insufficient capsular support, at which point he was referred to one of the authors (M.K.W.) who performed the SST-IOL technique to fixate the dislocated 3-piece IOL into the ciliary sulcus.
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