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Progress in vitreo-retinal surgery is mercurial. Since this series is dedicated to new developments the reader is presented with a motley list of topics. The advancements described here may represent generally accepted progress in the field: New instruments, Macular hole surgery, Tumor biopsy. New ideas are set out to be tested for their benefit, for example: AMD surgery, Adjunctive pharmacotherapy. Reflections on incessant clinical problems in vitreo-retina surgery require superior scrutinization of established surgical techniques and indications: Posterior slippage, Inferior breaks, Subclinical retinal detachments. The editors will expand this list in future editions with topics like: new support for buckling surgery, enzyme assisted vitrectomy, new tamponades and other yet unknown fields of progress.
Macular Holes.- Heavy Silicone Oil for Persistent Macular Holes.- The Role of Combined Adjunctive 5-Fluorouracil and Low Molecular Weight Heparin in Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy Prevention.- Slippage of the Retina: What Causes It and How Can It Be Prevented?.- Complete and Early Vitrectomy for Endophthalmitis (CEVE) as Today’s Alternative to the Endophthalmitis Vitrectomy Study.- Treatment of Acute Bacterial Endophthalmitis After Cataract Surgery Without Vitrectomy.- New Instruments in Vitrectomy.- 25-Gauge Biopsy of Uveal Tumors.- Vitrectomy Against Floaters.- Treatment of Retinal Detachment from Inferior Breaks with Pars Plana Vitrectomy.- Subclinical Retinal Detachment.- Autologous Translocation of the Choroid and RPE in Patients with Geographic Atrophy.