Incidence of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment has been reported as 6.3-17.9 per 100,000 populations while in Indian population it has been reported around 3.9 per 100,000 Indians.
Dr. Haard Shah, S17850, Pradeep Susvar, Dr. Pramod Sadashiorao Bhende, Dr.Kushal S Delhiwala
Complete attachment of the complicated retinal detachment (RD) due to any etiology is the most challenging task for the retinal surgeon. One of the most common reason for such difficulty is the presence of proliferative vitreoretinopathy (PVR).
FP593 : Comparison of Outcome of Vitrectomy with & Without Ilm Peeling for Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment
Dr.FalguniA Chudasama, C17993, Dr. Tejas Himanshu Desai, Dr. Shaileen Parikh, Dr. Parul Danayak
The purpose of this study is to represent Internal Limiting Membrane (ILM) peeling in repair of retinal detachment due to Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy (PVR). The purpose is to analyze the effect of ILM (internal limiting membrane) peeling on anatomical and visual outcomes of vitrectomy with and without ILM (internal limiting membrane) peeling for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, especially regarding postoperative development of epiretinal membrane.
FP625 : Pediatric Traumatic Endophthalmitis:Our Experience in a Tertiary Eye Care Institute in North India
Dr. Ramesh Venkatesh, V14265, Dr. Prachi A Dave, Dr. Manisha Agarwal, Dr. Shalini Singh
Childhood ocular trauma is the most common cause of acquired unilateral blindness1. Post-traumatic endophthalmitis (PTE) is one of the devastating complications following ocular trauma.
Dr. Umesh Chandra Behera, Dr Monica Budhwani, B18990
Early vitrectomy in fungal endophthalmitis does not alter the visual and structural outcome
Dr. Rutul R Patel, P18478, Dr. Giridhar
Anantharaman, Dr. Mahesh G, Dr. Bindu K Appukuttan
To evaluate optical coherence tomography (OCT),fundus fluorescein angiography(FFA) and indocyanine green angiography(ICG) features of extra large pigment epithelial detachment(X large PED) and assess their response to treatment.
FP735 : Retinopathy of Prematurity:A Study of Prevalence & Risk Factors in Pre-Term Infants of Surat Region
Dr. Khushboo Doctor, D14550, Dr. Bhavin Patel
Retinopathy of prematurity is one of the preventable cause of childhood blindness. It was first described by Terry in 1942 as Retrolental fibroplasia with implication of oxygen therapy as the causative agent.It is a disorder of immature retinal blood vessels in immature retina of preterm infants. Several associated risk factors hampers the growth of this immature retinal blood vessels & lead to sequela of ROP in some of this babies.
Dr. Sreedurga Kiranmayi Vinti,
V17724, Dr. Naresh Babu K, Dr. Kim Ramasamy
Endophthalmitis, defined as inflammation of one or more coats of the eye and adjacent cavities, is an uncommon potentially sight-threatening condition that varies geographically in incidence and in cause.
Dr. Shishir Shekhar Singh,S14445, Dr. Manish Nagpal, Dr. Hardik Jain, Dr.Navneet Mehrotra
In recent years, the development of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) agents that can be intravitreallyinjected has revolutionized the therapeutic approach for wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Dr. Sharad Bhomaj, B07421
We owe our patients a scientific answer about the outcome of the surgery we propose to do Anatomical closure may not always result in visual success in macular hole surgery. Vision loss can also occur. International literature reports show hole closure rates vary from 80-92%, visual success in 40-83% & visual loss in 8-26% cases.