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Figure 1: The surgical steps during dissection of fibrovascular tissue in a case of diabetic tractional retinal detachment using microscope-integrated optical coherence tomography (mi-OCT). (a) The mi-OCT (inset) is used to identify the correct plane of adherence of the fibrovascular tissue with the underlying retina and the vitrector is insinuated in the potential space (white arrow) between the two. (b) Proportional reflux hydrodissection (PRH) is then activated to expand this space and push the retina back, increasing the potential space as seen on the mi-OCT (inset; white asterisk). (c) The cutter is then used to dissect the tissue using low aspiration and high cut rate

Figure 1: The surgical steps during dissection of fibrovascular tissue in a case of diabetic tractional retinal detachment using microscope-integrated optical coherence tomography (mi-OCT). (a) The mi-OCT (inset) is used to identify the correct plane of adherence of the fibrovascular tissue with the underlying retina and the vitrector is insinuated in the potential space (white arrow) between the two. (b) Proportional reflux hydrodissection (PRH) is then activated to expand this space and push the retina back, increasing the potential space as seen on the mi-OCT (inset; white asterisk). (c) The cutter is then used to dissect the tissue using low aspiration and high cut rate