Corneal topographic changes following retinal surgery.
Rajesh Sinha, Namrata Sharma, Lalit Verma, RM Pandey, Rasik B Vajpayee
BMC Ophthalmol | Published : 2004
BACKGROUND: To study the effect of retinal/ vitreoretinal surgeries on corneal elevations. METHODS: Patients who underwent retinal/ vitreoretinal surgeries were divided into 3 groups. Scleral buckling was performed in 11 eyes (Group 1). In 8 (25%) eyes, vitreoretinal surgery was performed along with scleral buckling (Group 2). In 12 eyes, pars plana vitrectomy was performed for vitreous hemorrhage (Group 3). An encircling element was used in all the eyes. The parameters evaluated were best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA), change in axial length, and corneal topographic changes on Orbscan topography system II, preoperative and at 12 weeks following surgery. RESULTS: There was a statistically s..View full abstract