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Giant Tear Retinal Detachments

A Giant Retinal Tear is a tear that extends more than 1/4th of the way around the retinal. This typically causes very extensive detachment of the retina. For surgeons that don't encounter these frequently, or who use older techniques such as scleral buckling and gas tamponade, these can be very difficult to repair and often have poor visual outcomes. Dr. Rosenthal treats several of these each year, here and in the third world, and uses newer techniques that allow safe, rapid, and almost painless repair usually with excellent visual outcomes.
Post PVR Silicone Removal

Post PVR Silicone Removal

Giant Tear 1-13-17

Giant Tear 1-13-17

Sil Rem Postage Stamp Retina

Sil Rem Postage Stamp Retina

PVR repair with relaxing retinectomy

PVR repair with relaxing retinectomy

Giant Tear RD

Giant Tear RD

RD with Giant Tear

RD with Giant Tear

Retinal Detachment w/ 360 Retinectomy

Retinal Detachment w/ 360 Retinectomy

Post PVR Silicone Removal

This video is about Simple Silicone Removal

Giant Tear 1-13-17

This video is about Giant Tear

Sil Rem Postage Stamp Retina

This video is about Sil Rem Postage Stamp Retina

PVR repair with relaxing retinectomy

This video is about Giant Tear Reop Outside Ref

Giant Tear RD

This video is about Giant Tear RD

RD with Giant Tear

Retinal Detachment w/ 360 Retinectomy