Vitrectomy

What is Vitrectomy?

Vitrectomy is a surgical procedure where part of or whole of vitreous humour from the middle portion of the eye is removed. This procedure is done in cases of retinal disorders mainly detachment.

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Hello doctor, my wife has undergone a retinal detachment operation 5 years back for left eye(scleral buckling) and now 4 months back it is done to...

doctor1 MD

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Wait for full healing

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Hi,

I am a practising ophthalmologist and I was asked to answer this query which was pending...

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Dear Sir,
This question is regarding eye. I have being seen eye floaters from past 1 week. I have checked with ophthalmology doctor who said all is...

doctor1 MD

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You can go for vitrectomy.

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Thanks for asking query on this forum Dear.

I can very well understand the level of...

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my wife has undergone retinal detachment surgery 4 months back,it is done using Vitrectomy method using silicon gel, and now when it is time to...

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to prevent eye from collapsing,

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My dear patient thank you so much for asking question on this forum.See the concept...

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