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RETINA. 34(1):196-197, January 2014
This is a patient with Coats’ disease and the transcleral diode laser was performed. Laser photocoagulation was administered transcleraly with the DioPexy retinopexy probe (IRIS DioPexy, IRIS Medical Instru-ments, Mountain View, CA, USA) under retrobulbar and topical anesthesia and observed by using a volk 30-D lens and surgical microscope with f=300 objective lens. We can see the yellow subretinal exuates and the tortuous vessles clearly.