Clinical research of vitrectomy for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment with vitreous hemorrhage

Ming -Min Gao, Yan -Lin Zheng, Jing Wang, Man Yao, Yan-Lin Zheng
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誗 AIM: To investigate the pathogenesis, clinical features of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment with vitreous hemorrhage and the treatment effect of vitrectomy. 誗METHODS: Clinical data of 24 cases (24 eyes) treated with vitrectomy for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment with vitreous hemorrhage was analyzed retrospectively. 誗RESULTS: In youth group (< 45 years old) , there were 11 eyes, in middle-aged group (45-59 years old) , there were 9 eyes, in old group (> 60 years old) , there were 4 eyes.
more » ... enty-one eyes were horseshoe tear, including 2 eyes with horseshoe tear < 1PD, 1PD 臆14 eyes < 2PD, 2PD 臆 5 eyes < 1 quadrant; 3 eye with round hole < 1PD. Thirteen eyes with retinal tear were identified in the superotemporal retina, followed by inferotemporal 8 eyes, superonasal 3 eyes. Ten eyes with retinal detachment were identified in the superotemporal retina, followed by superonasal 2 eyes, totally detached 1 eye, temporal 11 eyes. Time of vitreous hemorrhage and visual acuity after vitrectomy: in one month group, there were 16 eyes, 13 eyes with the visual acuity 0. 2-0. 4, 3 eyes with the visual acuity 逸 0. 5; in 2 months group, there were 5 eyes, 3 eyes with the visual acuity 0. 01-0.
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