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Development of Surgical Treatment for Vitreous Disease
来源:Tatsuya Mimura, Hidetaka Noma, Hideharu Funatsu | 作者:sjzxads | 发布时间:2012-11-19 访问人数: 201

Development of Surgical Treatment for Vitreous Disease

 

Author(s)

Tatsuya Mimura, Hidetaka Noma, Hideharu Funatsu

KEYWORDS

Review; Vitrectomy; 25 Gauge

ABSTRACT

Vitreous surgery has improved remarkably with various advances in surgical instruments and techniques. The two most important breakthrough in recent years have been the introduction of small-gauge pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) systems and new illumination devices. Compared with traditional 20-gauge PPV, sutureless small-gauge PPV appears to be safer, with a shorter operating time, less postoperative inflammation, less patient discomfort, and more rapid recovery of visual acuity. This article reviews recent progress in the surgical management of vitreous disease with a historical perspective.

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