VT233 – Retinal Detachment Associated with Giant Retinal Tears: An Overview

Dr.Aditya Kapoor, Dr.Vivek Dave

Introduction A Giant Retinal Tear (GRT) is a retinal break that extends around the retina for three or more clock hours. Method This video demonstrates the management of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment with Giant Retinal Tear in different clinical scenarios. Results The surgical management of GRT as presented here highlights the use of perfluorocarbon liquid (PFCL), confluent endolaser, posterior virteous detachment (PVD) induction, vitreous staining with triamcinolone acetonide and covers how GRT can be differentiated from retinal dialysis. Conclusion This video provides comprehensive educational experience in management of one of the most challenging situation in retinal surgery.

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