Objective To investigate the standardized surgery for superior bullous retinal detachment with minimal sclera buckling. Methods 7 patients（27 eyes） with superior bullous retinal detachment treated in our hospital between January 2015 and September 2017 were included in this study. Each patient underwent a standardized minimal sclera buckling which consists of six procedures. Retinal reattachment ratio and surgical safety were reviewed respectively. Results Retinal detachment was cured in 19 patients,improved in 1 patient and remained unchanged in 7 patients. Successful rate of the surgery was 74. 1%. There was no complication,such as vitreous opacity,hemorrhage,infection,cataract and high intraocular pressure reported. Conclusions The standardized minimal sclera buckling for superior bullous retinal detachment is an effective surgery results in less injury. Standardization reduces the risk from the surgeons and is therefore ideal for beginners. However,considering the small sample size,a further study with more patients and long-term follow-up is needed.
Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology