Retinal Tear Repair
This stock medical exhibit depicts the steps taken to repair a tear to the retina in a series of illustrations. The first illustration shows the incision into the conjunctival membrane. The second illustration shows the placement of a scleral buckle around the circumference of the eye. The third illustration shows the evacuation of the blood and vitreous jelly. The fourth illustration shows the retina being pushed back in place with perfluorocarbon fluid. The fifth illustration shows the retinal tissue being sealed with a laser and two droplets of perfluorocarbon fluid left within the eye.