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Vitreolysis Vs. Vitrectomy

Paul I. Singh, MD Eye Centers of Racine and Kenosha, USA

Vitrectomy is a highly effective treatment for the removal of vitreous strands and opactiies but also carries significant risks, including cataract. Vitreolysis is a simple, outpatient-based alternative, which vaporizes the vitreous strands and opacities and may delay or obviate the need for surgery.

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