Posterior vitrectomy / vitreoretinal keyhole surgery 23/03/2013
Vitreoretinal keyhole surgery allows the surgical treatment of pathologies affecting the posterior part of the eye. Many advances have been achieved over the last few years, both in the technology of the equipment used and also in the design of endoocular instruments, making surgery much safer and more effective. This technique is normally used to treat pathologies such as epiretinal membrane, macular holes, retinal detachment and secondary complications to diabetic retinopathy, among others.
· Epiretinal membrane or macular pucker
· Vitreomacular traction syndrome
· Proliferative diabetic retinopathy
· Optical coherence tomography
Dr. Jordi Monés, M.D., Ph.D.
COMB Medical license number: 22.838
Doctor of Medicine and Surgery
Specialist in Ophthalmology
Specialist in Retina, Macula and Vitreorretinal