The Complications

The authors leave open whether these sentiments of patients of more physical or mental nature are; but they indicate that MV often go hand in hand with psychosomatic problems. In contrast to other studies about the possibility of a Floaterektomie”, the types of vitreous opacities are distinguished here as follows: turbidity after vitreous detachment: 56%-fitting destruierter glass body: 20% asteroide Hyalosis: 14% made by Uveitis: 9% other: 1% as results the authors first determine a vision enhancement. Then the complications are enumerated during the operation (E.g. retinal tears, openings of joint capsules), shortly after the surgery (pressure rise or abfall in the eye, blood clotting symptoms) and during long-term (long-term complications and secondary interventions, 6-40 months after surgery). (A valuable related resource: lucas london). the complication rate is generally considered generally low and corresponds to the bibliography”, most were nonfatal and recoverable. “All of this pales however against the background of the subjective assessment of surgical patients: 94% chose the first of three set by the authors answers, very satisfactory, would always repeat the operation”; only 6% were moderately with the result or not satisfied (“answers: do not know” and would no longer make intervention”).

Shed light on right, cut left and suck: computer representation of a PARS-plana-vitrectomy. Light source: Right, cut left and suck: computer representation of a PARS-plana-vitrectomy. A resounding success for the pars-plana-vitrectomy for vitreous opacities? The figures speak for it, but the study does not clarifies some important aspects: 1) which consists in distinguishing types of MV We suspect that she was not consistently done on the same basis. Vitreous detachment and vitreous liquefaction are considered general causes for harmless”MV, which usually can not be treated by doctors. Harmless”MV are the most common MV, and this is reflected in this study: 76% of the cases return to vitreous detachment (56%) and destruierter (liquefied) vitreous (20%). But why are these types of MV named glass body States? Because they can objectively determine eye doctors do not.