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In the period of 1983-1988 among 57 retinal detachments in children and youth in 8 cases (10 eyes) the authors found the retinopathy of prematurity as a cause of retinal detachment. The characteristic picture of changes in these eyes was discussed. Combined surgical procedures were performed in 7 cases achieving a cure in 6. Emphasized was the significance(More)
Among 600 operated retinal detachments in the last 5 years (1985-1989) there was no tight closure of the retinal hole after operation in 78. The causes were: the implant situated paracentrally to the hole, lack of contact between the implant and the hole, an insufficient scar, additional hole. Various types of the performed surgery were analyzed: the(More)
PURPOSE Presentation of the cases with a rare form of persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous. MATERIAL AND METHODS 5 children, aged 3-14, were referred to the clinic with suspicion of neoplasm changes or congenital anomalies of the eyeball. Unilateral, pathological lesions, in the form of opaque membranes, partially or totally covered the optic disc,(More)
The authors presented methods and results of treatment by means of an argon laser of 12 patients with pathological changes of the retinal vessels. Diagnosed in these patients were: capillary haemangioma (Hippel-Lindau disease), teleangiectasis and macroaneurysms of the retinal vessels. Photocoagulation by argon laser of these vascular changes in these(More)
Analysed were the results of surgical treatment, causes of the failure and early recurrence in 108 patients with retinal detachment in whom was performed an indentation of the sclera by means of a balloon (1st group--50) or by an episcleral implant (2d group--58). In the first group the apposition was achieved in 92 p.c., in the 2d group in 90 p.c. An early(More)