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Figure 2: (a) In this intra-operative view, schematically drawn, black arrow indicates the site and direction for initiation, and magenta-pink arrows indicate the direction for progression of internal limiting membrane (ILM) peeling. ILM peeling ends at the green arrowhead, leaving an area where the peeled ILM is left with an attachment acting as a pedicle. (b) Intraoperative photo. ILM is peeled off from macular area but partly left attached with a stalk. (c) Schematic drawing demonstrating the peeled ILM attached with a pedicle but now inverted on the optic disc. The dotted line indicates the area from where the ILM is peeled. (d) Surgeon's view intraoperatively. Peeled ILM is inverted and lying on the optic disc

Figure 2: (a) In this intra-operative view, schematically drawn, black arrow indicates the site and direction for initiation, and magenta-pink arrows indicate the direction for progression of internal limiting membrane (ILM) peeling. ILM peeling ends at the green arrowhead, leaving an area where the peeled ILM is left with an attachment acting as a pedicle. (b) Intraoperative photo. ILM is peeled off from macular area but partly left attached with a stalk. (c) Schematic drawing demonstrating the peeled ILM attached with a pedicle but now inverted on the optic disc. The dotted line indicates the area from where the ILM is peeled. (d) Surgeon's view intraoperatively. Peeled ILM is inverted and lying on the optic disc