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Article
July 1990

Flexible EndoscopesOphthalmoendoscopic Techniques and Case Reports

Author Affiliations

From the Regional North-West Ophthalmomicrosurgery Center (Dr Volkov), the Kirov Medical-Military Academy (Dr Danilov), the Vavilov State Optical Institute (Dr Vassin and Mr Frolov), Leningrad, USSR.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1990;108(7):956-957. doi:10.1001/archopht.1990.01070090058039
Abstract

• We successfully used three types of flexible ophthalmoendoscopes for the surgical treatment of various abnormalities in the posterior ocular segments. All 23 patients had opacification of the cornea and lens, which made it difficult or even impossible to perform intravitreal surgery on the "closed" eye. All operations were performed through the pars plana. No complications were noted.

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