Vitrectomy For Vitreous Haemorrhage

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The video shows vitrectomy for vitreous haemorrhage in diabetic retinopathy. Patient having residual non clearing vitreous haemorrhage due to diabetic retinopathy requiring laser treatments is taken for combined surgery . Phaco and vitrectomy. As the red reflex is poor in such cases for phaco, a 25 gauge chandelier is placed prior to phaco by our phaco specialist Dr Sheetal Mahuvakar and the phaco is carried out with the retroillumination reflex given by the chandelier light . Once the phaco with IOL implantation is done, the vitrectomy cannulas are placed and vitreous haemorrhage is cleared. A good 360 degree PRP laser is carried out. The video by Dr Manish Nagpal.  

tags: vitrectomy vitreous haemorrhage PDR diabetic retinoapthy opthalmology Manish Nagpal


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