Efficacy of Using Vitrectomy Probe in Removal of Marginal Primary Iris Pigment Epithelial Cysts | ASCRS
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Efficacy of Using Vitrectomy Probe in Removal of Marginal Primary Iris Pigment Epithelial Cysts
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Reem Alhawary, MSc; Fathy Morkos, FRCS
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Two cases of a mother and her son were suffering from transitionary blindness in bright illumination, they were diagnosed as primary marginal iris pigment epithelial cysts. The mother underwent removal of her cysts 15 years ago using vitrectomy probe at cut rate 4000/ sec & vacuum 100. Her son underwent the same operation with the same surgical technique, Symptoms relieved & no recurrence reported
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