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PHILADELPHIA — One week after pars plana vitrectomy, there were no new retinal breaks, no antibiotic changes made and no need for positional changes in patients undergoing macular surgery, a speaker here said in a presentation on the utility of 1-week clinic visits after PPV.
“More and more, vitreoretinal surgeons are looking at their postoperative practice patterns to see what is actually needed,” Phoebe L. Mellen, MD, said at the annual Wills Eye Conference.
In a retrospective review of 375 patients after uncomplicated PPV for epiretinal membrane and macular hole with normal
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