long term follow up of cases of uveal effusion syndrome treated with partial thickness sclerectomies

Authors

  • sidrah riaz akhter saeed medical and dental college bahria town lahorep
  • Muhammad Tariq Khan
  • Haroon Tayyab
  • Abdul Majeed Malik

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36351/pjo.v35i4.915

Abstract

LONG TERM FOLLOW UP OF CASES OF UVEAL EFFUSION SYNDROME TREATED WITH PARTIAL THICKNESS SCLERECTOMIES
Purpose
To report our experience with partial thickness sclerectomy in patients diagnosed as idiopathic uveal effusion syndrome.
Study Design: prospective quasi experimental
Place and duration of study: multicentre study, duration of study is five years
Material and methods
A prospective study conducted in multi centre hospitals including LRBT eye hospital, Medicare hospital and Myo hospital, Lahore, over the period of five years from January 2010 to august 2015.Total six eyes of four patients (two males and two females) with bilateral idiopathic uveal syndrome were included in study. The diagnosis was clinical confirmed on B scan ultrasonography which confirmed relatively short axial length, exudative retinal detachment and scleral thickening.

Results
All six (6) patients showed improvement clinically in visual acuity and in fundoscopy in term of retinal reattachment on B scan after partial thickness sclerectomies.

Conclusion
Partial thickness sclerectomy is treatment of choice for patients of uveal effusion syndrome. It didn’t respond to medical treatment.

Key words
Uveal effusion syndrome, quadrantic sclerectomy, exudative retinal detachment (RD), intraocular pressure (IOP), visual acuity (VA), light perception (PL).

There is no financial interest of authors.

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Published

17-01-2020

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riaz sidrah, Khan MT, Tayyab H, Malik AM. long term follow up of cases of uveal effusion syndrome treated with partial thickness sclerectomies. pak J Ophthalmol [Internet]. 2020 Jan. 17 [cited 2022 Jul. 7];35(4). Available from: https://pjo.org.pk/index.php/pjo/article/view/915

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