Postoperative Tamponade and Positioning Restrictions After Macular Hole Surgery

Abstract

Indications of the surgical management of macular hole are based on the presence of a fullthickness defect (stage 2 or higher). Once this defect has developed, the potential for spontaneous resolution is low. Since the initial report by Kelly NE, the surgical technique of idiopathic macular hole has been improved (Kelly & Wendel, 1991). Currently, the most… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hasegawa2012PostoperativeTA, title={Postoperative Tamponade and Positioning Restrictions After Macular Hole Surgery}, author={Yuhei Hasegawa and Yasutaka Mochizuki and Yasuaki Hata}, year={2012} }