Expansion of long-acting gas bubbles for intraocular use. Principles and practice.

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Expansion of long-acting gas bubbles used in vitreoretinal surgery may lead to increased intraocular pressure and central retinal artery occlusion. To further understand the principles controlling the expansion of long-acting gases, we compared the expansion of perfluoropropane gas bubbles with that of sulfur hexafluoride gas bubbles in an in vitro model… (More)

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@article{Crittenden1985ExpansionOL, title={Expansion of long-acting gas bubbles for intraocular use. Principles and practice.}, author={Jenny Crittenden and Eugene de Juan and James S Tiedeman}, journal={Archives of ophthalmology}, year={1985}, volume={103 6}, pages={831-4} }