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Table 2 Surgical treatments and outcomes at 12 months and final follow-up

From: Adjunctive dexamethasone implant in patients with atopic dermatitis and retinal detachment undergoing vitrectomy and silicone oil tamponade: an interventional case series

Case Visual acuity at 12 months Retinal status at 12 months Silicone oil status at 12 months Postoperative complications during the first 12 months Final follow-up duration, months Final visual acuity Final retinal status
1 20/50 Attached In Recurrent uveitis IIOP – topical treatment 33 20/100 Attached
2 20/400 Attached In Herpetic keratitis IIOP – topical treatment 30 20/400 Attached
3 HM Attached In IIOP – surgical iridotomy 37 HM Attached
4 CF Attached In Recurrent CME IIOP – Valve implantation 32 CF Attached
5 20/25 Attached Out IIOP – Valve implantation 23 20/25 Attached
6 20/40 Attached Out None 18 20/30 Attached
7 20/100 Attached In Inferior RD – PPV IIOP – topical treatment 15 20/100 Attached
  1. IIOP increased intraocular pressure, HM hand motion, CF counting fingers, CME cystoid macular edema, RD retinal detachment, PPV pars plana vitrectomy