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From: Management of refractory macular hole with blood and gas-assisted autologous neurosensory retinal free flap transplantation: a case report

Fig. 1

Schematic drawing of a surgical technique for the treatment of refractory MH involving autologous transplantation of a neurosensory retinal free flap using blood as an adhesive under gas tamponade. a. A neurosensory retinal free flap (white arrow) was harvested from the temporal side of the macula (asterisk) and was placed over the blood (white arrowhead) at the MH. b. Cross-sectional view of the neurosensory retinal free flap adhered to the blood in the MH area. MH, macular hole

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