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    In this whiteboard video, Drs. Rajeev Muni, Carolina Francisconi and team discuss the sequence of head positions utilized in order to reduce the time required to achieve retinal reattachment. After the gas is injected, the maneuver starts with immediate face down positioning for 4 to 6 hours, followed by gradual elevation of the head until the head is upright. Then, the patient will be positioned to allow the apex of the bubble to cover the retinal breaks.

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