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27-gauge Macular Surgery for DME

Yusuke Oshima, MD, presents a procedure for diabetic macular edema with the 27 Gauge Transconjunctival System from D. O.…

Yusuke Oshima, MD

27-Gauge Macular Hole Surgery

This video demonstrates what is currently the smallest gauge system for macular hole surgery: 27 Gauge Transconjunctiv…

Yusuke Oshima, MD

Vitreo-Macular Traction Syndrome

Martin Charles, MD, presents a case of vitreo-macular traction syndrome. A 3-port 23G vitrectomy is performed with the C…

Martin Charles MD

27-Gauge Diabetic Vitrectomy

Yusuke Oshima, MD, shows several cases of diabetic vitrectomy cases with the 27 Gauge Transconjunctival System (D.O.R…

Yusuke Oshima, MD

Trans-Scleral Surgery

The sclera offers many opportunities to advance surgical skills from a retina standpoint. John Kitchens, MD, presents se…

John Kitchens MD

Mission Impossible - PDR, Retained Lens Fragment, and Cadave…

A 64 year old monocular Russian man returns from the Ukraine with severe inflammation and decreased vision in his only e…

Nathan Radcliffe MD, Slizard Kiss, MD

New 23-gauge Trocar Entry

Ross Lakhanpal, MD, presents a new entry technique for 23 gauge instrumentation. The insertion point should be 3.5 mm aw…

Ross Lakhanpal, MD

Removal of a Large Metallic IOFB in an Eye wth Good Vision

Small-gauge vitrectomy surgery and an intraocular magnetic aid in the removal of a 10.5-mm iron IOFB lying in vitreous c…

Maneesh Bapaye MD


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Retina Today is a publication that delivers the latest research and clinical developments from areas such as medical retina, retinal surgery, vitreous, diabetes, retinal imaging, posterior segment oncology and ocular trauma. Each issue provides insight from well-respected specialists on cutting-edge therapies and surgical techniques that are currently in use and on the horizon.