Fundus Changes After Vitreoretinal Surgery
Vitreoretinal surgery mainly consists of scleral surgery (external-route) and pars plana vitrectomy. The former aims to relieve vitreoretinal traction or close retinal breaks through external scleral indentation buckling with silicone sponge, while the latter is used for vitreous opacities clearance, vitreoretinal traction relief, and retinal structure restoration by removing part or the whole vitreous through three approaches via pars plana.
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