Vitrectomy for vitreous bleeding and tractional retinal detachment in a case of Evans syndrome.


PURPOSE To evaluate the effect of vitrectomy to treat Evans syndrome with vitreous bleeding followed by tractional retinal detachment. CASE Vitrectomy was performed on a 21-year-old man with Evans syndrome who developed tractional retinal detachment in the left eye after experiencing vitreous bleeding and tissue proliferation related to the bleeding… (More)


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