Title

Long-Term Visual Outcomes and the Timing of Surgical Repair of Fovea-Splitting Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachments.

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

8-27-2021

Publication Title

Retina

Abstract

PURPOSE: To evaluate the visual outcomes and the impact of timing of surgical repair of fovea-splitting rhegmatogenous retinal detachments (RRD).

METHOD: A retrospective, consecutive cohort from multiple surgeons at a single center. Fovea status (fovea-on, fovea-splitting, or fovea-off) was classified by preoperative optical coherence tomography. The primary outcome measure was visual acuity (VA) at last follow-up which was further correlated with the timing of surgical repair.

RESULTS: 195 eyes were included with 62 fovea-on, 65 fovea-splitting, and 68 fovea-off detachments. Mean preoperative logMAR VA for fovea-on, fovea-splitting, and fovea-off groups were 0.16±0.21, 0.70±0.56, and 1.67±0.87, respectively (p=

CONCLUSION: We described the favorable visual outcomes of surgery for fovea-splitting RRD and correlated these with the timing of surgical repair, which may help guide the management of this urgent, vision-threatening condition.

Volume

Online ahead of print

DOI

10.1097/IAE.0000000000003293

ISSN

1539-2864

PubMed ID

34469406

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