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Trauma Surgery

Intraocular trauma varies from minor injuries to surface lacerations to complete disorganization of the globe. With penetrating injury, the initial goal is to stabilize the eye and restore surface anatomy. After the eye has stabilized, second stage surgery is done to restore internal anatomy as much as possible. This can include retinal detachment repair, choroidal hemorrhage management, iris reconstruction, lens removal or replacement, IOL repositioning, and many other surgical goals. See the videos below to see various examples.
Massive Choroidal Hemorrhage 8-23-19

Massive Choroidal Hemorrhage 8-23-19

Corneal Graft repair and IOL restabilizing 8-20-19

Corneal Graft repair and IOL restabilizing 8-20-19

Shires ca 2009

Shires ca 2009

Post Trauma Pediatric IOL Suturing ca 2010

Post Trauma Pediatric IOL Suturing ca 2010

Gunshot RD 1-13-17

Gunshot RD 1-13-17

Pediatric Post-Trauma IOL Suture 2010

Pediatric Post-Trauma IOL Suture 2010

Traumatic Aphakia IOL Suturing ca 2011

Traumatic Aphakia IOL Suturing ca 2011

Traumatic Cataract and IOFB

Traumatic Cataract and IOFB

Massive Choroidal Hemorrhage 8-23-19

This video is about Massive Choroidal Hemorrhage 8-23-19

Corneal Graft repair and IOL restabilizing 8-20-19

This video is about Corneal Graft repair and IOL restabilizing 8-20-19

Shires ca 2009

Post Trauma Pediatric IOL Suturing ca 2010

Gunshot RD 1-13-17

This video is about Gunshot Wound RD 1

Pediatric Post-Trauma IOL Suture 2010

Traumatic Aphakia IOL Suturing ca 2011

Traumatic Cataract and IOFB

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