360 Degrees of epibulbar granulation tissue thirteen years after silicone circle buckle operation Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • To demonstrate a granulomatous reaction to silicone buckel thirteen years after retinal detachment surgery. We report on a 71-year-old man who developed a 360 degrees of epibulbar granulation tissue due to silicone circle buckel. The granulation tissue was demonstrated by a computer tomography and histologically. A granulomatous reaction to silicone circle buckel can be found many years from the first operation. Biopsy is always necessary to establish a definitive diagnosis. Treatment of 360 degrees of epibulbar granulation tissue causing ocular dysfunction is by surgical excision.

publication date

  • January 1, 1999