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Expected and not expected adverse effects of the medical devices used in intraocular surgery Room: Amphitheatre Bordeaux. AI in Retina Show more details KEY. Fri 06 All of these advances have benefitted retinal surgery in adults, but they are also beneficial in pediatric retinal surgery. The term pediatric comprises a wide age range, from birth to 18 years.
There are far fewer indications for retinal surgery in this age group than in adults. Indications in the newborn include congenital causes and tractional retinal detachments related to retinopathy of prematurity ROP , persistent fetal vasculature, or familial exudative vitreoretinopathy. With increasing age, trauma becomes another etiologic factor. There are special considerations—preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative—for surgery in a pediatric eye. The proportions of the pediatric eye are different from those of the adult eye, with a shorter axial length and a larger lens relative to the size of the globe.
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There are more adherent vitreoretinal attachments, and the eye may be affected by congenital anatomic abnormalities. In this article we offer some tips for performing successful pediatric retinal surgery. Furthermore, if the child is in the amblyopic age range, the caregiver or caregivers should understand the potential for refractive issues, such as the need for patching, contact lens wear, and refraction changes.
If examination and imaging in the office are not possible, there should be a low threshold for examination under anesthesia. For pediatric patients, it is imperative to have a well-trained anesthesia team prepared to manage children of any age and to address any issues the child may have Figure 1. Figure 1. A well-trained anesthesia team should be prepared to handle complications that arise in patients of any age. Figure 2. Access to imaging equipment including ultrasonography, fluorescein angiography, OCT, and color fundus photography, is useful for diagnosis and documentation.
Imaging technology that should be available includes ultrasonography, fluorescein angiography, OCT, and color fundus photography Figure 2. All of these tests are useful for diagnosis and documentation.
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On many occasions the findings on examination under anesthesia can alter the surgical plan, and parents need to know this ahead of time. Once a decision to proceed with surgery is made, consideration of the following factors becomes important.
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