Traditional Anterior Vitrectomy Is Good Enough | ASCRS
Traditional Anterior Vitrectomy Is Good Enough
May 2019
Meeting: 2019 Annual Meeting
Session: SYM-305: Controversies in Anterior Segment Surgery
Presenter: Kevin M. Miller, MD
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This presentation makes the case that an anterior vitrectomy, performed through a peripheral corneal or limbal incision, is just as good, if not better, than a pars plana vitrectomy. It is important to perform an anterior vitrectomy properly to avoid complications such as extending the size of a capsular rent or causing a retinal tear. The pros and cons of the anterior approach and details of proper technique are presented.
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This presentation is from the session "SYM-305: Controversies in Anterior Segment Surgery" from the 2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting held on May 4-7, 2019 in San Diego, California.

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