MAR 22, 2017
3rd Annual Global Video Contest
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.