Vitrectomy refers to a surgical procedure which involves removal of the vitreous gel from the eye. It is a surgical procedure where small ports are created to introduce instruments into the eye and then the surgery performed with the aid of a vitrectomy machine which delivers high speed cutting to the cutting probe and a light source for visualisation of the inside of the eye and also requires high end microscope fitted with special lens system which gives a wide angle view of the entire retina.
Eyes are your most precious sense organs. Any eye related problem or the normal process of ageing can affect your vision and quality of life. Regular eye examinations and timely treatment are the best ways to protect your vision. With the help of the right eye professional, you can maintain good eyesight and minimise your chances of having permanent vision loss from serious eye conditions. Hence, choosing an eye specialist becomes crucial.
Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the modern world. It is the leading cause of poor vision and blindness. Diabetic Macular Edema (DME), a complication of diabetes, contributes greatly to this low vision or blindness. It affects up to 50% of people diagnosed with diabetes.
The light-sensitive layer of retinal cells converts light into electrical signals which are then sent to the brain where they are turned into the images we see. A brilliant network of tiny blood vessels constantly supplies blood to the retina.
Pattern Scan Laser refers to a laser delivery system where multiple laser spots of short pulse duration are delivered in a preset pattern.
Yellow Laser is an advanced laser surgery performed for the treatment of a multitude of macular diseases like diabetic Macular Edema