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  • Glaucoma and Emulsified Silicon oil in anterior chamber. Aphaquic patient with secondary glaucoma and emulsified silicon oil in the anterior chamber after posterior vitrectomy and retinal detacthment surgery.
  • Telovelar Approach for Cysticercal Cyst Occupying Fourth Ventricle Young man presenting gait ataxia and vertigo since last year. Microsurgery perfomed on telovelar approach via suboccipital craniotomy. A cysticercal cyst fulfills the fourth ventricle with slight brainstem compression. Intraoperatively, observed arachnoiditis of tela choroidea and thickness of meddullary inferior velum as well. Due chronicity of infection, the whole cyst were adhered on ventricle walls, performing the dissecciont unviable. Also observed the cyst projecting through tonsils. A third ventriculostomy were performed just before the surgery.
  • Cysticercus cyst removal from Anterior Chamber A live cysticercus cyst being removed from the anterior chamber by floating it out with Sodium Hyaluronate
  • Cysticercosis cyst in the anterior chamber A free floating , live cysticercus cyst in the inferior angle of the anterior chamber
  • conjunctival brown tumor (spot) surgery by Isao Otaka MD There are many people who are worrying about brown spots in their conjunctiva in this world. This is the answer.This is a special technique to remove brown tumor on your conjunctiva. Everything cleanly and way. If you are interested in my surgery, email me. Isao Otaka, MD [email protected]
  • Chemosis of the eye Here you can see chemosis (swelling of the conjunctiva) which occurs primarily with ocular allergy.
  • Ganglion Cyst Removal small cyst near radial artery
  • Lateral ventricular Neurocysticercosis lateral ventricular Neurocysticercosis removed endoscopicaly along with opening of the foramen of munro and septostomy
  • draining cauliflower my friend drained my ear for me
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  • Conjunctival Cysticercus removed with Fugo blade Dr.Daljit Singh demonstrates the removal of sub conjunctival cysticercus using a Fugo blade.
  • Conjunctival Ballooning To releave Conjunctival Ballooning, I use the MVR blade to make 2 slits on both sides of phaco wound.
  • Pyogenic Granuloma on Eyelid This red mass is a pyogenic granuloma that has formed on the inner surface (the palpebral conjunctiva) of the eyelid. These growths can often form at the site of a chalazion, and will go away with steroids and tears. If they are large, however, like this one than they may warrant surgical removal.