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Trabeculectomy

      

Air-Gas Exchange - injection of gas, or more typically mixed gas and air, into the Posterior Segment of the globe. Typical gases used are sulfur hexafluoride or perfluoropropane. The gases are mix with air to neutralize their expancitile characteristic to provide for a longer acting (than air alone) retinal tamponoid. THe retinal tamponoid acts to hold the retina in place or temporarily seal off holes in the retina. The mixed gases disappear spontaneously once they have accomplished their purpose and the Posterior Segment re-fills with fluid.

Photocoagulation - laser treatment to seal off holes in the retina or to shrink unhealthy, damaging blood vessels which grow in some diseases such as diabetes.

Scleral buckling - placement of a support positioned like a belt around the walls of the eyeball to maintain the retina in a proper, attached position.

Lensectomy - removal of the lens in the eye when it is cloudy (cataract) or if it is attached to scar tissue.


Indications

Conditions which can benefit from vitrectomy include:
Vitreous floaters - deposits of various size, shape, consistency, refractive index, and motility within the eye's normally transparent vitreous humour which can obstruct vision. Here pars plana vitrectomy has been shown to relieve symptoms, however, because of possible side effects it is only used in severe cases.

Retinal detachment - a blinding condition where the lining of the eye peels loose and floats freely within the interior of the eye. Steps to reattach the retina may include vitrectomy to clear the inner jelly, scleral buckling to create a support for the reattached retina, membranectomy to remove scar tissue, injection of dense liquids to smooth the retina into place, photocoagulation to bond the retina back against the wall of the eye, and injection of a gas or silicone oil to secure the retina in place as it heals.

Macular pucker - formation of a patch of unhealthy tissue in the central retina (the macula) distorting vision. Also called Epiretinal membrane. After vitrectomy to remove the vitreous gel, membranectomy is undertaken to peel away the tissue.

Diabetic retinopathy - may damage sight by either a non-proliferative or proliferative retinopathy. The proliferative type is characterized by formation of new unhealthy, freely bleeding blood vessels within the eye (called vitreal hemorrhage) and/or causing thick fibrous scar tissue to grow on the retina, detaching it. Often diabetic retinopathy is treated in early stages with a laser in the physician's office to prevent these problems. When bleeding or retinal detachment occur, vitrectomy is employed to clear the blood, membranectomy removes scar tissue, and injection of gas or silicon with scleral buckle may be needed to return sight. Diabetics should have an eye exam yearly.

Macular holes - the normal shrinking of the vitreous with aging can occasionally tear the central retina causing a macular hole with a blind spot blocking sight.

Vitreous hemorrhage - bleeding in the eye from injuries, retinal tears, subarachnoidal bleedings (as Terson syndrome),or blocked blood vessels. Once blood is removed, photocoagulation with a laser can shrink unhealthy blood vessels or seal retinal holes.

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