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Vitrectomy surgery to remove vitreous hemorrhage or blood inside the eye. Vitrectomy is the basic operation performed by a retina specialist, in this case, I’m …
Man, these doctors have such cold blood. I think I coudn't do it.
I suffered a virteous hemorage and had laser done to the eye after the laser was done the said eye started to hemorage again my doctor sent me to a specialist to see if i quality for virtretomy injection how risky are these injections… seeing that I don't really have any vision in the eye… it's been a month since I had laser done to the eye when it bleed tremendously
At the beginning, the music is MUCH TOO LOUD–difficult to hear what is being said!
JESUS CHRIST I WOULD NOT WISH THIS ON MY WORST ENEMY WHAHAAAA!
How long is healing time? Im gonna be having one for my left eye.
+J Cesar Bonilla
No worries re: name. Sorry for the delay. You shouldn't be able to "see" a tear. A tear alone is unlikely to give you any change in your vision, but you might have symptoms of flashes/floaters. In your specific situation, I think the only way for you to know for sure is to have a conversation with your doctor. If you are still worried, perhaps get a second opinion.
All the best!
I'm sorry Dr.Wong. I meant Dr Wong, not Dr Randell.
shudders….. ok so like my mom had that exact surgery back in june. sweet jesus this video is grossing me out but at the same time i get to see what happens.
Dr. Randall I had the vitreous only Vitrectoy done early this year. After the surgery I noticed a floater still on my right peripheral vision and a white spot right above it. I asked the doctor about it and he said that the floater was just blood left over from the surgery and the white spot was just gel and would eventually go away. It's been over 9 months and I still see both the floater and the white spot. I suspect there is a retina tear or damage, but how can I tell for sure? and can this be corrected? Thank you!
o my god
Hi doctor , I will do my operation tomorrow and my doctor inform me he will not put any gas or silicone after finish I have recurring bleeding even I did many laser last 5 year . Is the gas not need it in my case ? No risk of Retina detachment ?
So this video is a bit old, but hopefully I can get a reply?I am going to my doctor tomorrow to talk about possibly getting this done due to me having diabetic retinopathy. I am completely terrified of this. I don't want to do it. But I know I will have to if he gives the go ahead. Is there any way I can deal with this fear?
Doctor Randall, congratulations for your video.I have a question:During vitrectomy for vitreous hemorrhage, do you remove all vitreous? Do you shave vitreous base in these cases?
So much nope! I teresting though.
I prefer to plug the sclerotomies before making the next entry. I feel iit reduces vitreous loss and hypotony. what do you think?
Is this the same procedure used in floater-only vitrectomy? and would this be called a sutureless vitrectomy?
My mom is going in for this surgery on Tuesday and I'm really scared.
Hello, I am 19 and live in Richmond, VA (not too far from Fairfax). I went in on Friday to have my partial vision loss in the lower left quadrant of my peripheral vision (for my right eye) diagnosed. They said it is a partial retinal detachment. I should be having a vitrectomy within the next week. If I can notice that the vision in my center of vision is distorted does that mean my macula is being affected? Is it too late to save my vision completely?
I am having this procedure done tomorrow morning. I have already had bilateral lens replacements due to cataracts. I had my first retinal hemorrhage a year ago February after having the 1st cataract surgery and was dx with Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy. I have since had many more hemorrhages in the last few months that have completely excluded my vision in the right eye. I am looking forward (odd to say about an invasive procedure) to having this done so that I can see again, with the hopes that this will eliminate any future hemorrhages! Thank you for sharing!
Great Video , learned alot . Luis at Chiquimula Eye Center
nonononononono omg nononono stahp stahp please no no no nono. no. bye. no. no no no no o no o god nooo.
These videos are absolutely amazing!!! Thank you for sharing them and I'm absolutely certain your patients appreciate your skill and the results you achieve.
This patient is awake??? yeek…They knocked me out when I had this procedure.
Nope nope nope!! Put me to sleep for all that!! Haha
Thanks. Will definitely consider for my next videos. Not sure that I can change any parameters at this time.
lower your back ground music so you can be heard clearly.
Asking questions are really nice thing if you are not understanding anything totally, except this post offers fastidious understanding
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