Trauma

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Author:
angelletta
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112905
Filename:
Trauma
Updated:
2011-10-28 21:55:28
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peripheral retinal trauma
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peripheral retinal abnl
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  1. Lattice degeneration histopath
    • discontinuity of ILM
    • pocket of liquefied vitreous overlying lattice
    • firm vitreous adherence at margins
    • inner retinal atrophy
  2. What are vitreoretinal tuft and which ones
    asociated with RD
    • peripheral focal areas of elevated glial hyperplasia associated with vitreous or zonular traction
    • Associated with RD-cystic retinal tufts & zonular traction retinal tuft
    • No association with RD noncystic retinal turf

  3. What is a meridional fold? Meriodial complex
    • redundant retina associated with dentate process with increased risk for break
    • meriodinal fold extending from ciliary process
  4. What is an enclosed ora bay?
    oval islands of pars plana epithelium at ora with increase risk for tear.
  5. What is Pavestone Degeneration characterized by?
    • atrophy of RPE & outer retina layer
    • absence choriocapillaris
    • adhesion b/w bruchs & rest of the retina
  6. Enophthalmitis treatment gram+ & gram -
    • gram + vancomycin, clindaymcin
    • gram- ceftazdime
  7. put in oder intraocular gases most time in eye
    least time in eye
    C3F8, C2F8, SF6, air
    C3F8, C2F8, SF6, air

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