This video shows a renowned Mexican Ophthalmologist explaining Pars Plana Vitrectomy in Tijuana.
Following is the video narration.
“Patients with diabetes or with vascular disorders in their eyes or just vein occlusions frequently have a complication called vitreous haemorrhage. It’s bleeding inside the cavity of the eye and that vitreous haemorrhage and sometimes membranes or scars that formed, with these diseases, need to be removed surgically and this is done by means of a procedure called Vitrectomy – Pars Plana Vitrectomy.
In it very tiny instruments, very – very small instruments are introduced in the cavity of the eye and we can remove that haemorrhage and we can peel or dissect those scars, those membranes that have been formed and it’s a procedure that has brought vision back to many patients with advanced diseases inside the eye such as advanced proliferative diabetic retinopathy.”
The surgeon explains that Vitrectomy eye surgery is performed in cases where vitreous haemorrhage where the retinal membrane has scars or membranes on it.
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