Spontaneous Resolution of Retinal Detachment Only After Barrage Laser Photocoagulation in a Patient with Inadvertent Scleral Perforation during Retrobulbar Anesthesia: A Case Report
Inadvertent scleral perforation during cataract surgery is not a common but a serious complication of retrobulbar anesthesia. The majority of cataract surgeries in adults is performed under retrobulber, peribulbar or topical anesthesia. The high myopia is a risk factor for scleral perforation during peribulbar or retrobulbar anesthesia. In this case sclera was perforated during retrobulbar anesthesia and we present management and follow-up from baseline to 41 months.