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Persistent detachment of the fovea after non-buckling repair of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
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    Persistent localised subretinal fluid after scleral buckling with silicone oil tamponade
    • Veerappan R Saravanan, Consultant in vitreo-retinal services
    • Other Contributors:
      • Gurdeep Singh, Aswin Bafna, Narendran

    Dear Editor,

    We read with keen interest the article by Atmaca-Sonmez et al on "Persistent detachment of the fovea after non-buckling repair of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment".[1] As stated in the article the presence of persistent detachment of the fovea and localised delayed subretinal fluid absorption (DSRFA) has been noted quite frequently after scleral buckling and pneumatic retinopexy, after the advent of...

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