Vitreoretinal Hastalıkların Cerrahi Tedavisinde 25 Gauge Transkonjonktival (Sütürsüz) Vitrektomi İle Klasik Sütürlü Vitrektomi Cerrahi Sistemlerinin Karşılaştırılması
In the 20 Gauge vitrectomy system, which is one of the modern vitreous surgery techniques in use today, sclerotomies entered into the eye must be closed with sutures at the end of the operation. The use of sutureless incision technique in phacoemulsification surgery has shortened the surgical trauma and operation time. With the same thought, a 25 Gauge transconjunctival vitrectomy system has been developed for sutureless vitrectomy surgery. With our prospective study, we aim to create a more appropriate treatment methodology in the surgical treatment of vitreoretinal diseases by comparing 25 Gauge transconjunctival (sutureless) vitrectomy and classical sutured vitrectomy surgical systems in terms of patient comfort, complication rates, length of hospital stay, and efficacy-cost. Within the scope of the research, 20 or 25 Gauge pars plana vitrectomy system will be applied to patients who apply to Kırıkkale University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology with vitreoretinal pathologies such as vitreous hemorrhage, macular epiretinal membrane, macular hole, vitreomacular traction syndrome, endophthalmitis, dislocation of lens fragments to the vitreous. Those using 20 G systems will be called group 1, and those using 25 G systems will be called group 2. A total of 50 patients, 25 patients in each group, will be included in the study. The patients to be included in group 1 and group 2 will be randomly selected, and the randomization will be made on the randomr.org website. Groups will be formed from consecutive cases matched for age and sex. The research will last 12 months.
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