Film 80586: When the Saviour Becomes a Demon: Silicon Oil Synechia Induced Glaucoma | ASCRS
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Film 80586: When the Saviour Becomes a Demon: Silicon Oil Synechia Induced Glaucoma
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Priya Narang, MS
Producers: Rhea Narang
Category: Glaucoma Surgery
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Silicon oil is an important adjunct for achieving internal tamponade in the treatment of retinal detachment. Silicone oil tamponade often leads to narrowing of the angle and the development of adhesions between the iris and anterior chamber angle structures, with consequential elevation of the intraocular pressure. The video showcases the management of these challenging scenario.

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