Informacje o zabiegu
Vitrectomy is a surgery of the eye, which involves mechanical removal of irregularity from the vitreous (to stabilize), restoration or improvement of retinal function. In many cases, vitrectomy treatment is the ultimate way to regain or maintain vision in many eye diseases that until recently were considered incurable. The procedure is performed after the patient is given local anaesthesia, which involves injection of anaesthetic in the area of eyeball. The operation usually takes between 45 minutes and 2 hours. It is an intraocular procedure. Vitrectomy is carried out using the newest, least invasive 23G, 25G and 27G techniques.
- uncomplicated retinal detachment
- dislocation of own lens – facophragmentation
- diabetic retinopathy
The operation usually takes between 45 minutes and 2 hours. It is an intraocular procedure. Three small incisions of the sclera are made (approx. 0.05 mm long) and the surgical instruments are inserted into the eyes. After a mechanical cutout changed vitreous body, depending on the clinical condition, the eyeball is filled with sterile liquid to hold the retina (over time, the liquid is transformed spontaneously into an intraocular fluid) or with air or a mixture of air and special expansion gas, silicone oil. The treatment is performed using the newest, least invasive 23G, 25G and 27G techniques. The operation is performed under the one-day procedure.
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Korzyści z zabiegu
- improvement in the visual acuity
- stabilization of visual acuity
- slowing down the pathological process that damages vision
- reconstitution of anatomical conditions of the eyeball (in injuries)
- preventing eyeball atrophy
Zalecenia po zabiegu
- complying with medical recommendations
- regular taking prescribed medicines
- eye healing control during visits (according to physician’s recommendations)
- lead health lifestyle
- avoid physical exercise
- do not rub the operating eye