By Sengul Ozdek, MD
    2nd Annual Global Video Contest
    Cornea/External Disease

    This video is about surgical treatment of a scatricial ROP in a 6-year-old boy. VA was 20/200 OD and 20/100 OS. Retina was dragged towards inferonasal ora serrata and to the back of the lens with fibrotic bands. LSV was performed OU. The post-op third year fundus picture is presented at the end of the video. He ended up with 20/30 vision in RE and 20/80 in the LE and he could go to normal school after these operations. The surgeons would like to emphasize that even late ROP cases may end up with very good functional results after vitreoretinal surgery.