The Outcomes of Primary Scleral Buckling during Repair of Posterior Segment Open-Globe Injuries

@inproceedings{Cohen2014TheOO,
  title={The Outcomes of Primary Scleral Buckling during Repair of Posterior Segment Open-Globe Injuries},
  author={Dan Od Cohen and Jaime Levy and T. M. Lifshitz and Nadav J. Belfair and Itamar Klemperer and Noam Yanculovich and Boris Knyazer},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare visual outcomes of eyes which underwent primary scleral buckling (PSB) treatment during posterior segment open-globe injury (OGI) repair with eyes not treated with PSB. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed 38 eyes which underwent a posterior segment OGI repair with no preoperative evidence of retinal detachment (RD) at Soroka University Medical Center (1995-2010). 19 (50%) underwent scleral repair alone (control group) and the other 19 eyes were treated with PSB also (PSB… CONTINUE READING

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