Autologous Fibrin and Tenon Patch to Treat Chronic Scleral Seidel | ASCRS
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Autologous Fibrin and Tenon Patch to Treat Chronic Scleral Seidel
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Amany Abbas Khoja, MD; María José Domínguez Fernández, MD; Javier Galvez, MD; Fernando González del Valle, MD; Rivera Jorge, PhD; Jesús Lara Peñaranda, MD; Manuel Moraleda de Acuña, MD; Agustín Núñez Sánchez, MD; Miguel de Frutos León, MD
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A new surgical approach is proposed to treat a scleral defect with very severe secondary hypotony that occurred after a scleral buckling a year ago. The previous surgical revisions including conjunctival and scleral grafts were unsuccesful. An autologous tenon patch associated to autologous fibrin and a pars plana vitrectomy could be a new surgical option to treat the chronic scleral seidel.
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This film was submitted to the 38th Annual ASCRS Film Festival within the 2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting.. 

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