Intraretinal foreign bodies. Management and observations.


Foreign bodies embedded in the retina and choroid such that they cannot be extracted by a magnet and require vitreous surgical techniques for removal comprise a distinct sub-type of retained intraocular foreign body (IOFB). A retrospective evaluation of 16 such intraretinal foreign bodies (IRFBs), suggests that these injuries are frequently accompanied by… (More)


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