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    By Jay Chhablani, MBBS
    3rd Annual Global Video Contest
    03:57
    Cornea/External Disease

    Since the advent of recent advances in sutureless vitrectomy instrumentation and wide field visualization systems, scleral buckling (SB) procedures are on the decline. Chandelier-assisted SB appears to be a useful alternative to conventional scleral buckling. It provides an excellent view compared to indirect ophthalmoscopy, as well as zooming capabilities for accurate localization of breaks, allowing for transmission to a monitor in the theatre for teaching purposes.