Modified Scleral Buckling with a Non-contact Wide Angle Viewing System and a 25 G Chandelier Endoillumintor

  title={Modified Scleral Buckling with a Non-contact Wide Angle Viewing System and a 25 G Chandelier Endoillumintor},
  author={CHANDELIER ENDOILLUMINTOR and Tehmina Jahangir and Haroon Tayyab and Muhammad Naeem and Qasim Lateef and Asad Aslam Khan},
Purpose: To evaluate the outcome of scleral buckling surgery using a wide – angle non-contact viewing system and chandelier endoillumination for per-operative fundus visualization in patients with non-complex rhegmatogenous retinal detachments. Materials and Methods: This was a prospective, interventional study carried out at the Department of Ophthalmology, Mayo Hospital Lahore over a period of six months. Non-probability convenience sampling technique was employed. Fifteen eyes of fifteen… CONTINUE READING


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