Case report: successful closure of a large macular hole secondary to uveitis using the inverted internal limiting membrane flap technique

Abstract

BACKGROUND Macular holes (MHs) are one of the complications of posterior uveitis that can significantly disturb vision. Conventional MH surgery (vitrectomy, internal limiting membrane (ILM) peeling, and gas tamponade) has been reported to show lower closure rates in patients with MHs secondary to uveitis than in patients with idiopathic MHs. Recently, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12886-015-0072-5

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@inproceedings{Hirano2015CaseRS, title={Case report: successful closure of a large macular hole secondary to uveitis using the inverted internal limiting membrane flap technique}, author={Masayuki Hirano and Yuki Morizane and Tetsuhiro Kawata and Shuhei Kimura and Mio Hosokawa and Yusuke Shiode and Shinichiro Doi and Mika Hosogi and Atsushi Fujiwara and Fumio Shiraga}, booktitle={BMC ophthalmology}, year={2015} }