Nonvitrectomizing vitreous surgery: a strategy to prevent postoperative nuclear sclerosis.

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OBJECTIVE The development or progression of postoperative nuclear sclerosis is the most common complication of successful vitrectomy in elderly patients. The authors treated idiopathic epimacular proliferation (EMP) with nonvitrectomizing vitreous surgery in an attempt to prevent postoperative nuclear sclerosis. DESIGN Prospective, nonrandomized… (More)

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