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Figure 3: The “railroad” technique is used to retrieve the suture from a superior wound (arrow, a and b). After the eyelet is threaded, the suture is passed out through a second scleral opening (arrow, c and d). The securing sutures thus pass through the sclera at four points (e and f)

Figure 3: The “railroad” technique is used to retrieve the suture from a superior wound (arrow, a and b). After the eyelet is threaded, the suture is passed out through a second scleral opening (arrow, c and d). The securing sutures thus pass through the sclera at four points (e and f)