A suprachoroidal hemorrhage is a dreaded complication that can happen with any intra-ocular surgery. We most commonly see it during procedures where there is a relatively large incision and prolonged hypotony. Our previous videos of this complication have shown a severe choroidal hemorrhage and then how to drain these choroidal hemorrhages. This video shows a choroidal hemorrhage which happens during a routine cataract surgery when the patient has a coughing fit. Fortunately, the incisions are small and the extent of the hemorrhage can be limited. But the key question is, how do you finish the case?
click to see our guest surgeon successfully manage this suprachoroidal hemorrhage: