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By Manish Nagpal, MD, FRCS (UK), FASRS
- Uploaded on Jan 2, 2023.
- Last modified by Joshua Friedman on Jan 25, 2023.
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- vitrectomy, sub ILM blood, sub ILM hemorrhage, internal limiting membrane, macula, retina, hyaloid, microaneurysm, brilliant blue, triamcinolone, video
- This is a case of non resolving ILM hemorrhage over macula. Vitrectomy is carried out and hyaloid is removed after traimcinolone staining. After this brilliant blue dye is injected to stain the ILM. Internal limiting membrane is then removed with a forceps. Once the sub ilm blood is exposed , it easily aspirates with the cutter. The origin is probably from a macroaneurysm and there is a small component of subretinal residual blood noted at the end of the surgery.