Double vital staining using trypan blue and infracyanine green in macular pucker surgery.

@article{Stalmans2003DoubleVS,
  title={Double vital staining using trypan blue and infracyanine green in macular pucker surgery.},
  author={P. Stalmans and Eric J. Feron and Rita Parys-van Ginderdeuren and Alfons Van Lommel and Gerrit R J Melles and Marc Veckeneer},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2003},
  volume={87 6},
  pages={713-6}
}
AIMS To study the clinical properties of double vital staining in premacular fibrosis, facilitating complete removal of all epiretinal tissue. METHODS In a two step surgery, the epiretinal pucker was removed after staining with trypan blue, whereafter the inner limiting membrane was peeled after staining with infracyanine green. RESULTS In all 30 patients, a separate epiretinal layer and inner limiting membrane were removed from the macular area. Pathological examination showed different… CONTINUE READING

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