volume 57, issue 6, P1039-1047 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1979.tb00535.x
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Abstract: The results of 100 consecutive cases of pars plana vitrectomy are reported. Vitrectomy was performed on account of complications of diabetic retinopathy (37 eyes), complicated retinal detachment (28 eyes), vitreous haemorrhage of various causes (1 7 eyes), vitreous haemorrhage and complications secondary to injuries (13 eyes) and secondary cataract or vitreous in the anterior chamber creating corneal dystrophy (5 eyes). With an average follow-up time of 14.2 months, vitrectomy resulted in visual improvement i…

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