Drs. Karen Jeng-Miller and Chirag Shah demonstrate segmental buckling as an elegant way to repair retinal detachments, particularly in phakic eyes with localized pathology. This procedure causes minimal refractive shift, yields relatively quick visual recovery, and often requires minimal to no postoperative positioning. The video offers the critical steps involved in placing a segmental buckle for an inferior retinal detachment caused by a temporal break and also several pearls, including how to pre-place sutures, prepare a 507-type sponge, and drain subretinal fluid with choroidal cautery.

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