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Retina and Vitreous

Diabetes and hypertension

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The Retina is the most important part of the posterior segment of the eye, it is responsible for transferring the light it receives and sending it to the brain through the optic nerve and converting it into images.

The retina is a sensitive membranous structure that covers the inner part of the eyeball, making possible the different types of visual function.

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Normal vision
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Vision with floating spots (retinal detachment)

What could be the reasons?

There are several diseases that may make it necessary to perform retinal surgery, the most common are:

- Retinal detachment

It occurs when holes or tears form in the retina and cause it to detach.

- Diabetic or hypertensive retinopathy

They can cause bleeding inside the eye that makes surgery necessary, or there may even be a retinal detachment.

- Epiretinal membranes

Depending on the characteristics of this and the formation of traction, they may require surgical treatment.

- Macular hole

It is the formation of a hole in the center of the retina that depending on the classification and the patient’s conditions, surgery may be necessary to treat them.

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Dra. Lilyan León

Retina and Vitreous

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Dra. Andrea Cárdenas

Retina and Vitreous

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Work with us

At Visualiza we are looking for people committed to the service and care of our patients, be part of our team.

Train Yourself!

Visual Health cycle 2021

Nursing diploma

Coming soon!