Treatment and pathogenesis of traumatic chorioretinal rupture (sclopetaria).

@article{Martin1994TreatmentAP,
  title={Treatment and pathogenesis of traumatic chorioretinal rupture (sclopetaria).},
  author={Daniel F. Martin and Carl C Awh and B W Mccuen and Glenn J. Jaffe and J H Slott and Robert Machemer},
  journal={American journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1994},
  volume={117 2},
  pages={
          190-200
        }
}
  • Daniel F. Martin, Carl C Awh, +3 authors Robert Machemer
  • Published in
    American journal of…
    1994
  • Medicine
  • Eight eyes (seven patients) with traumatic chorioretinal rupture (sclopetaria) from severe ocular trauma were examined. All seven patients were referred with diagnoses of retinal detachment, giant retinal tear, or ruptured globe. Instead, all eyes had large, peripheral, full-thickness breaks of the choroid and retina without retinal detachment. Seven of eight eyes were initially managed by observation only; one eye was treated with a scleral buckling procedure. The retina remained attached in… CONTINUE READING

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