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Anterior Segment Repair and Reconstruction

The anterior portion of the eye can be damaged by trauma or sometimes during surgery for other problems. The repair of such problems is a very specialized sub-subspecialty only offered by a few surgeons. Dr. Rosenthal performs such services on a regular basis on referrals from area hospitals and other eye surgeons. Included here are numerous variations on repair techniques.
Bilat Endophthalmitis2 Stages 11 2 11

Bilat Endophthalmitis2 Stages 11 2 11

Trans- Opaque Corneal IOL Exchange Suture

Trans- Opaque Corneal IOL Exchange Suture

Mature Cataract and Sympathetic Ophthalmia

Mature Cataract and Sympathetic Ophthalmia

IOL Suture tunnels

IOL Suture tunnels

IOL Bisection and Removal

IOL Bisection and Removal

2014 Feb Coloboma Cat IOL Suture

2014 Feb Coloboma Cat IOL Suture

Post-endophthalmitis Pucker

Post-endophthalmitis Pucker

Lens Retrieval and Suturing

Lens Retrieval and Suturing

Retinal Detachment with PVR and Macular Hole

Retinal Detachment with PVR and Macular Hole

Cataract Surgery Step by Step

Cataract Surgery Step by Step

Lost Lens and RD with PFO

Lost Lens and RD with PFO

Traumatic Aphakia IOL Suturing

Traumatic Aphakia IOL Suturing

Haptic Retrieval and Suturing

Haptic Retrieval and Suturing

Endophthalmitis with Giant Tear

Endophthalmitis with Giant Tear

Traumatic Cataract and IOFB

Traumatic Cataract and IOFB

Bilat Endophthalmitis2 Stages 11 2 11

Trans- Opaque Corneal IOL Exchange Suture

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Mature Cataract and Sympathetic Ophthalmia

This video is about Mature Cataract and Sympathetic Ophthalmia

IOL Suture tunnels

This video is about IOL Suture tunnels

IOL Bisection and Removal

This video is about IOL Bisection and Removal

2014 Feb Coloboma Cat IOL Suture

This video is about 2014 Feb Coloboma Cat IOL Suture

Post-endophthalmitis Pucker

Lens Retrieval and Suturing

Retinal Detachment with PVR and Macular Hole

This case was originally repaired with pneumatic retinopexy, then a high scleral buckle, then vitrectomy with silicone oil, then vitrectomy with silicone removal. The patient was then referred in. The retinal foreshortening probably resulted from trying to use silicone oil concurrently with a scleral buckle, which typically fails due to the poor apposition of silicone against the buckle curvature. This results in persisting fluid, most significantly behind the buckle. This was repaired by undoing most of what had been done, removing the buckle, relaxing the retina, removing the paramacular ILM, closing the macular hole and refilling the silicone.

Cataract Surgery Step by Step

Lost Lens and RD with PFO

Traumatic Aphakia IOL Suturing

Haptic Retrieval and Suturing

Endophthalmitis with Giant Tear

Traumatic Cataract and IOFB

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