2015
DOI: 10.5935/0004-2749.20150020 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Approved by the following research ethics committee: Positivo University (CAAE 27185914. 6.0000.0093). ABSTRACTPurpose: To identify the causes and outcomes of pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) in patients undergoing phacoemulsification with intraoperative complication and to analyze whether the interval between phacoemulsification and PPV interferes with best-corrected final visual acuity. Methods: This descriptive and retrospective analytical study was conducted in Paraná Eye Hospital in 2013. Data were collected f… Show more

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“…These factors have detrimental consequences for surgical training, with reduced registrar exposure and confidence levels in performing more complex cataract surgery [ 20 ]. While it has been suggested that immediate management by vitreoretinal specialists optimises outcomes in cases complicated by PCR [ 21 ], this is both impractical from a logistical perspective and fails to take into account that not all ophthalmology departments have an on-site vitreoretinal service. Jamison et al assessed the real-term costs of PCR to NHS ophthalmology departments (in terms of additional surgical equipment utilised and outpatient visits) and estimated this to be between £1178.20 and £2124.67 [ 22 ].…”
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“…These factors have detrimental consequences for surgical training, with reduced registrar exposure and confidence levels in performing more complex cataract surgery [ 20 ]. While it has been suggested that immediate management by vitreoretinal specialists optimises outcomes in cases complicated by PCR [ 21 ], this is both impractical from a logistical perspective and fails to take into account that not all ophthalmology departments have an on-site vitreoretinal service. Jamison et al assessed the real-term costs of PCR to NHS ophthalmology departments (in terms of additional surgical equipment utilised and outpatient visits) and estimated this to be between £1178.20 and £2124.67 [ 22 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning