Eviscerate eyes

Eviscerate eyes (synonym of Essentiale) is an operation to remove the contents of the eyeball. Eviscerate eye is shown in anophthalmia (see) and endophthalmitis (see), i.e. in those cases when enucleation of the eye (see) is related to the possibility of complications - purulent processes. Under local procaine anesthesia remove the cornea with a narrow strip of sclera and all the contents of the eyeball; seams on the wound does not impose. After 2-3 weeks you can insert eye prosthesis.

Eviscerate eyes (evisceratio bulbi; lat. eviscerare - remove the innards; synonymous with Essentiale eyes) is an operation to remove the contents of the eyeball. Misceralu eye are produced mainly by anophthalmia when enucleation of the eye is not shown because of the risk of purulent complications.
Misceralu eyes, usually done under local anesthesia: 1-2% solution novokaina 1.5-2.0 ml is injected in the four corners of the orbit through the skin into the tissue of the eye socket. After the incision conjunctiva on limbu her usepreview from the sclera to a depth of 1 see the horizontal Meridian in the sclera, some distance from the limb on 1-2 mm, injected linear knife; Vicol doing respectively the place of wkola from the opposite side. Sawing motions knife produce a patchwork cut sclera up. Capturing tweezers top half of the cornea, curved scissors cut off in a circle of her lower half with a strip of sclera in 1-2 mm (Fig., 1). Holding the sclera tweezers, enter between her and choroid flat stomach, which deletes the contents of the eyeball (Fig., 2). Wall scleral cavity carefully scraped and wipe with a cotton balls, while the inner surface of the sclera becomes completely pure. In the sclera produce four notches length 0.5 cm (Fig., 3)what increases scarring stump. Scleral cavity washed with hydrogen peroxide. In conjunctival cavity buried 30% solution of sulfacetamide; eye impose a pressure bandage. Eviscerate eyes provides the best cosmetic effect compared to enucleation (mobile stump with availability under conjunctiva scleral lump and the preservation of the natural attachment of the eye muscles to the sclera).

Eviscerate eyes
Eviscerate eyes (step).