vitreoretinal

vit·re·o·ret·i·nal

(vit'rē-ō-ret'i-năl),
Pertaining to the retina and the vitreous body.

vitreoretinal

/vit·reo·ret·i·nal/ (vit″re-o-ret´ĭ-n'l) of or pertaining to the vitreous and retina.

vit·re·o·ret·i·nal

(vit'rē-ō-ret'i-năl)
Pertaining to the retina and the vitreous body.

vitreoretinal

(vĭt″rē-ō-rĕt′ĭ-năl)
Concerning the vitreous and the retina.
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Lee received his fellowship training in Vitreoretinal Surgery at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary at Harvard Medical School.
4 per cent of them have diabetic retinopathy, revealed King Abdulla Medical City Ophthalmology Department consultant ophthalmologist and vitreoretinal surgeon Dr Mohamed Naeem Naser.
The contract is for the supply of medical equipment, broken down into ranges: Range I - CTG apparatus; Scope II - chassis X-ray camera; Scope III - Short-Wave Diathermy therapy magnetic field; Range IV - imaging system for vitreoretinal surgery (for ophthalmic microscope OPMI Lumera type / Zeiss).
The global vitreoretinal surgery devices market report defines and segments the concerned market with analysis and forecast of revenue.
In idiopathic ERMs, it is probable that the development of a spontaneous posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) causes micro-trauma at the retinal surface particularly at points that generally have a stronger vitreoretinal adhesion such as the vitreofoveal interface and optic disc; this allows Muller cells to migrate through the microscopic breaks onto the retinal surface and contribute to the development of an ERM.
Dr Edoardo Zinicola, consultant vitreoretinal surgeon and medical retina specialist at Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai, the first overseas branch of the London-based eye hospital, said: "We cannot turn back time and even the young population of the Middle East will eventually age, potentially creating a wave of chronic disease - principally diabetes, which will create this perfect storm for cataracts and other serious eye complications.
Jetrea is used to treat vitreomacular traction (VMT), aA vision-threatening disorder of the vitreoretinal interface,A and has the potential to prevent surgery.
This practice will offer a full range of ophthalmic services, providing state-of-the-art care in the management and treatment of vitreoretinal diseases including Macular Degeneration, Macular Hole, Diabetic Retinopathy, Epiretinal Membranes, Retinal Detachments, Uveitis, Complications of Cataract Surgery, Sickle Cell Disease and Ocular Trauma.
de Elche, Spain) and Hoyos (ophthalmology, Instituto Oftalmologico Hoyos, Spain) gather together a group of ophthalmologists from Spain, Brazil, and the US for 18 chapters on vitreoretinal surgery for vitreoretinal surgeons.
They discuss orbital tumors, refractive surgery, conductive keratoplasty, glaucoma imaging, age- related macular degeneration, ocular and adnexal injuries in warfare, genetic testing and counseling, phacomorphic glaucoma, the management of subluxated lenses, craniopharyngioma, phacoemulsification in vitrectomized eyes, retinal cysts, and the management of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment by vitreoretinal techniques.
Among the 11 patients receiving the device, none suffered retinal detachment, major hemorrhages, inflammation or vitreoretinal tractions-the major safety concerns for such a procedure.
The study was carried out on 25 patients of retinal detachment associated with proliferative vitreo-retinopathy (PVR) C1 or more who were managed by vitreoretinal surgery.