Macular translocation with chorioscleral outfolding: 2-year results.

@article{Kamei2004MacularTW,
  title={Macular translocation with chorioscleral outfolding: 2-year results.},
  author={Motohiro Kamei and Yasuo Tano and Toru Yasuhara and Masahito Ohji and Hilel Lewis},
  journal={American journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2004},
  volume={138 4},
  pages={
          574-81
        }
}
PURPOSE To evaluate the results of macular translocation with radial chorioscleral outfolding in patients with subfoveal choroidal neovascularization (CNV) and to identify factors associated with decreased postoperative visual acuity. DESIGN Retrospective interventional case series. METHODS Twenty-seven consecutive patients with surgically treated subfoveal CNV were operated on and followed for more than 2 years. Macular translocation with radial chorioscleral outfolding was performed using… 
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