[Scleral erosion after surgery of retinal detachment disclosed by isolated corticodependent hyalitis. Apropos of 3 cases].

A chronic steroid-dependent hyalitis was the first sign of a transscleral erosion in three patients with severe myopia. This erosion was seen for more than 5 years after the procedure which consisted of a very tight scleral buckling with a 5 mm wide Lincoff sponge. Hyalitis disappeared in all three cases after removal of the material. In one case, the… CONTINUE READING