There is currently a very effective treatment for macular hole, with a closure rate of more than 90%. The team at IMO was a pioneer in Europe in practising macular hole surgery in the year 1992 and since then more than 1,500 patients have had operations at IMO. Dr. García-Arumí mentions the main symptoms of macular hole, what causes it and how to treat it.
Dr. Corcóstegui explains some final changes made to the surgical treatment of the macula.
Dr. Mateo explains the macular indentation technique with vitrectomy that, by reducing the size of the eyeball, also allows the macular hole to be closed.
- Are there any safety considerations when performing an angiography?
- Can a patient do sport or exercise physically after vitrectomy?
- Is it counterproductive for the patient to have an angiography when undergoing eye treatment?
- What is angiography?
- What is the difference between indocyanine green and fluorescein angiography?
- Why is angiography useful?