There are no specific characteristics of your floaters which will determine if vitrectomy will be helpful or not. The most important factor is to
I Have New Floaters | Patient Advocacy
Have new floaters? What should you do? All new floaters must be examined. The biggest medical concern is that the floaters are caused by a
Floaters in the Pre Macular Bursa
Floaters in the premacular bursa are easily removed by vitrectomy (FOV). Floaters located in the premacular bursa are a concern only for those using
FOV in Patient with PVD
Embedded below is a recent video of an actual vitrectomy (FOV) I performed on a patient with significant floaters who had a natural PVD and, as you'll
What is a PVD?
A posterior vitreous detachment, or PVD, eventually happens to each of us. A posterior vitreous detachment occurs more frequently as wage and in
What Are Floaters?
Floaters are anything (specks, dark spots) which move to and fro with your eye movement. Floaters are located within the vitreous, the gel-like