cystoid macular edema

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cys·toid mac·u·lar e·de·ma

edema of the posterior pole of the eye secondary to abnormal permeability of capillaries of the central sensory retina.
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Frequency of post YAG laser complications was raised intraocular pressure (IOP) in 25 (10%) patients, IOL damage in 30 (12%), rupture of anterior vitreous face was in 13 (5.5%), anterior uveitis in 20 (8%), cystoid macular edema in 20 (8%) and retinal damage 5 (2%).
[19] Cystoid Macular edema seen in 6 (20%) eyes, which were treated medically.
Other conditions that can benefit from intravitreal TA are uveitis and immunological disorders, cystoid macular edema after penetrating keratoplasty, and progressive ocular hypotony [76, 77].
The 18 chapters cover prevention, including instrumentation and techniques, the approach to posterior polar cataracts, small pupils and intraoperative floppy-iris syndrome, and subluxated cataracts; management of the rupture, anterior vitrectomy techniques, and salvaging lens material; implantation of posterior chamber lenses in the setting of limited or no posterior capsular support, including intraocular lens (IOL) scaffold and glued IOL scaffold techniques and sutured IOLs; and complications associated with rupture, including dislocated IOLs, corneal damage, chronic inflammation, cystoid macular edema, and postoperative endophthalmitis.
Congenital macrovessel associated with cystoid macular edema and an ipsilateral intracranial venous malformation.
SDOCT revealed cystoid macular edema (CME) OD and solid pigment epithelial detachment (PED) with subretinal fluid OS.
Sigford et al., "THE OMAR STUDY: comparison ofOzurdex and triamcinolone acetonide for refractory cystoid macular edema in retinal vein occlusion," Retina, vol.
Long-term effectiveness of vitrectomy in diabetic cystoid macular edema. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol.
Cataract surgery in patients with high myopia often have poor visual outcome because of presence of chorioretinal degenerations and have a higher risk of complications such as retinal detachment (RD), cystoid macular edema, posterior capsular opacification compared with emmetropic eyes.