There is a field guide to managing Retinal Breaks and a clinical practice guideline.

There are holes and tears in the eye during fundus examination.There are different shapes and sizes of eye defects.Their causes are not the same.

There is a guide depicting and describing various types of holes and tears.

During a routine exam of the peripheral retina, these are most often found.Most patients have no symptoms.While atrophic holes occur secondary to focal degeneration of the neurosensory retina and are not vitreous from resultant traction, they can exhibit surrounding areas of abnormal vitreoretinal adhesion.

Many practitioners choose to monitor because there is no clear consensus for management of atrophic holes.

Atrophic round holes can lead to slow-growing chronic detachments in patients who are not aware of superior or nasal field loss.

It is possible to use a laser to reduce the risk of atrophic holes.

There is a fig.6.A single atrophic hole and multiple holes are not noted in Figure 3B.A typical hyperpigmentation is noted with time, and you can see it immediately after applying the laser.Click to enlarge.

Unlike atrophic holes, operculated holes usually originate in focal areas.Their predecessors may have been defined as retinal tufts or any other pathology causing either an excessively strong adhesion or weak structure.A full-thickness hole and an overlying retinal operculum can be caused by trauma or a natural release of vitreous traction.

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There are vitreous tufts.Round operculated holes can be caused by the separation of this clump during a broad or local PWD.They can result in irregular-shaped holes.These holes can cause chronic or acute diseases.9,10

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There is no consensus on how to treat symptomatic and operculated holes.Symptomatic cases are usually recommended for prophylactic laser.It is possible to reduce the risk of retinal detachment with little to no risk to the patient.

There is a fig.10.An operculated hole is revealed in patient A’s images.A patient with a pre-existing lattice shows an operculated hole during PVD.Click to enlarge.

There are full-thickness breaks of the neurosensory retina that occur as a result of vitreous traction.Aging, pre-existing lattice degeneration, and trauma are some of the risk factors for HSRT.Even though flashes of light and floaters are a common symptom of this finding, they can be observed in patients who do not have RRD.

Most RRDs are caused by horseshoe retinal tears.

There is a fig.13One patient has a superotemporal RRD caused by a small HSRT and another has an inferior macula off of it.These patients needed surgery.It’s not uncommon for the RRD in (C) to be caused by more than one tear.Click to enlarge.

There are tears that last at least three clock hours.Giant breaks may require different surgical procedures compared to other RRDs.perfluorocarbon may be used to unfold a retinal detachment.

The ora serrata is adjacent to the anterior portion of the eye.The majority of these cases are associated with trauma to the eye.It can be difficult to manageretinaldialysis.

Laser retinopexy can be used to treat the extent of the dialysis.Treatment needs to be tailored for each patient.If the detachment is limited, laser retinopexy may still be used.Good outcomes are achieved in the vast majority of patients when they make the right surgical decision.

There are different management strategies for different types of holes and tears.One of the more serious problems associated with all forms of retinal breaks is the loss of vision.All holes and tears should be evaluated and managed to reduce the risk of vision loss for affected patients.

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