Practical pearls in pediatric vitreoretinal surgery

Pediatric retina surgery is not for the faint of heart. The stakes could not be higher for the youngest of our patients, and the margin between success and failure is razor thin. In surgery, as in medicine, small innovations and stepwise refinements to technique can, over time, cumulatively create tremendous progress.
In this edition of Practical Retina, Yoshi Yonekawa, MD, provides a comprehensive approach to the pediatric retinal surgical patient: from differential diagnosis, through diagnostic imaging, and ultimately to surgical decision-making with a compendium of surgical pearls.
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