Surgical repair of chronic vitreous hemorrhage

Andrew J. Barkmeier, M.D., an ophthalmologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, repairs a relatively chronic vitreous hemorrhage. Watch as Dr. Barkmeier locates the avulsed vessel. Tearing and cheese wiring of this vessel has caused a majority of the patient's bleeding. After addressing the area of interest to see where the tear is extended, Dr. Barkmeier amputates the affected vessel.

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