Inverted ILM flap vs. peeling technique for large macular holes yield similar outcomes

Anatomical and functional outcomes of inverted internal limiting membrane technique for the treatment of idiopathic large full-thickness macular holes were statistically similar to conventional internal limiting membrane peeling outcomes, according to a study.
The prospective, randomized, controlled trial included two groups of 30 patients with idiopathic full-thickness macular holes ranging from 600 m to 1,500 m in diameter at baseline. One group underwent the inverted ILM flap technique and the other underwent conventional ILM peeling to achieve hole closure.
At 6 months postoperatively,

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