ISSN 0886-3067


Volume No 35 Issue No 4

Long Term Follow-up of Cases of Uveal Effusion Syndrome Treated with Partial Thickness Sclerectomies

Purpose: To report the effect of partial thickness sclerectomy in patients with idiopathic uveal effusion syndrome. Study Design: Interventional case series. Place and Duration of Study: Multi-center study at LRBT eye hospital, Medicare hospital and Mayo hospital, Lahore from January 2010 to August 2015. Material and Methods: Total six eyes of four patients (two males and two females) with bilateral idiopathic uveal syndrome were included in the study. The diagnosis was clinically confirmed on B scan ultrasonography, which confirmed relatively short axial length, exudative retinal detachment and scleral thickening. The surgical procedure included 360 degrees peritomy, followed by partial thickness sclerotomies measuring 4 x 6 mm placed in between the recti muscles.

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