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Tumor / Others
Protruding scleral buckle.

  • May occasionally occurs as a complication of scleral buckling procedure.
  • Clinical features:
    • Symptoms:
      • Foreign body sensation
      • Irritation
      • Pain
      • Tearing
      • Double vision
    • Signs:
      • Hyperemia
      • Chemosis
      • Subconjunctival hemorrhage
  • Management:
    • Culture of the protruded segment.
    • Topical and/or systemic antibiotics.
    • Removal of the buckle.
    • Conjunctival flap or manufactured pericardial tissue graft may be attempted.

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