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80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction. His vision seems about stable to him. VISUAL ACUITY: OD 20/60. IOP: 10. There is 3+ nuclear sclerosis. EXTENDED OPHTHALMOSCOPY: OD: Vertical C/D ratio is 0.3. There is vitreomacular traction with partial vitreous separation. SPECTRALIS-SD-OCT SCAN: The OCT scan shows the foveal detachment with vitreoretinal traction. IMPRESSION: 1. VITREOMACULAR TRACTION SYNDROME – RIGHT EYE DISCUSSION: I explained to the patient the retina looks a little worse to me. There is a window during which surgery does improve these eyes, but it is generally about the first three to six months, it is the best time to operate and since he is not improving, I suggest now it would be a reasonable time to consider that.

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Vitreomacular Traction 1 month - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man 213 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 1 month. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.
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Vitreomacular Traction 1 month - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man 139 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 1 month. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.
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Vitreomacular Traction 1 month - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man 102 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 1 month. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.
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Vitreomacular Traction 1 month - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man 108 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 1 month. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.
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Vitreomacular Traction 1 month - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man 125 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 1 month. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.
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Vitreomacular Traction 3 months - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man - Red Free122 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 3 months. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.00000
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Vitreomacular Traction 3 months - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man - SD - OCT219 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 3 months. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.00000
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Vitreomacular Traction 3 months - 20/60 vision - Fellow Eye Normal - 80 Year Old Man SD - OCT308 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 3 months. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.00000
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Vitreomacular Traction 3 months - VIDEO - Takes Time to Load (be patient)182 views80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction and vision loss for 3 months. His vision seems about stable to him. OD 20/60.00000
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80-year-old man has a macular pucker in the right eye with vitreomacular traction. His vision seems about stable to him. VISUAL ACUITY: OD 20/60. IOP: 10. There is 3+ nuclear sclerosis. EXTENDED OPHTHALMOSCOPY: OD: Vertical C/D ratio is 0.3. There is vitreomacular traction with partial vitreous separation. SPECTRALIS-SD-OCT SCAN: The OCT scan shows the foveal detachment with vitreoretinal traction. IMPRESSION: 1. VITREOMACULAR TRACTION SYNDROME – RIGHT EYE DISCUSSION: I explained to the patient the retina looks a little worse to me. There is a window during which surgery does improve these eyes, but it is generally about the first three to six months, it is the best time to operate and since he is not improving, I suggest now it would be a reasonable time to consider that.