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“…1,2 Silicone oil produces approximately 50% less interfacial (surface) tension than a fluid-air interface, 3,4 removing recurrent or residual traction and draining subretinal fluid in the presence of oil provides a realistic assessment of remaining traction. Air may produce fogging on the posterior surface of an intraocular lens, which cannot occur if oil is present.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…1,2 Silicone oil produces approximately 50% less interfacial (surface) tension than a fluid-air interface, 3,4 removing recurrent or residual traction and draining subretinal fluid in the presence of oil provides a realistic assessment of remaining traction. Air may produce fogging on the posterior surface of an intraocular lens, which cannot occur if oil is present.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…4,5 Residual vitreous, infusion fluid, subretinal fluid, aqueous humor, blood, EMM, and retina are all immiscible in oil, air, or perfluoro-n-octane. Silicone oil produces viscous dampening, air produces spring dampening, and perfluoro-n-octane 4 produces both inertial and gravitational stabilization.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…With the introduction of perfluorocarbon gases of great expansivity by Lincoff and his group [22][23][24]; the problem of space occupa tion by gas is minimized by introducing small quantities (0.2-0.3 ml). These produce an in crease of up to 4 times their volume (0.8-1.2 ml) at 48 h, sufficient to tamponade the posterior pole and thus eliminate the need to drain aqueous humor or vitreous.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…There are very few qualitative or quantitative studies on the fate of foreign materials injected into the vitreous humor. The disappearance of various gases injected into the vitreous cavity was usually estimated by ophthalmoscopy [17][18][19][20][21][22][23] or by direct measurement of the volume after the entrapment in a device of the injected gas. 24 The retention of some gases 25 and of polyacrylamide 26 was estimated by labeling the materials with radioisotopes, followed by measurements in a scintillation counter.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning