Modern microinvasive vitreoretinal surgery in patients with high myopia complicated by myopic foveoschisis

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In the article features and results of the surgical treatment of vitreoretinal surgery in patients with myopic foveoschisis are studied. The results of the surgical treatment of 10 patients with high myopia complicated by myopic foveoschisis aged 48,9±4.3 years are analyzed. The application of modern microinvasive vitreoretinal surgery allows the scientists to receive high anatomic and functional results in treating of patients with high myopia complicated by myopic foveoschisis in early and late period of observation. Intraoperative and postoperative complications, anatomical and functional results are analyzed. Modern microinvasive vitreoretinal technologies make it much easier and make safe and effective surgery of myopic foveoschisis.

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V S Stebnev


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