This is a 64-year-old gentleman who presented with a bullous retinal detachment in the temporal retina with a coexisting cataract. The cataract was extracted using regular phacoemulsification and the IOL was implanted at the end of the surgery. The vitreous was stained using triamcinolone and vitrectomy was completed carefully. The sub retinal fluid was aspirated and drained from the primary tear which reduced the bullous part significantly. Laser was performed and c3f8 was injected at the end of the surgery.
Surgery Location: on-board the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital in Shenyang, China
Surgeon: Dr. Dr. Vincent Lee, University of Hong kong
Narration: Dr. Daniel Neely, Indiana University, USA
August 8, 2018