About Assoc.Prof.Dr. İsmail Özgür Şanlı
Diagnosis and treatment of eye
diseases of children and adult patients, contact lens and eyeglasses practices
are also applied with latest technologic facilities in world standards.
Defects , Cataract Treatment ( Facoemulsification ) and Refractive Surgery,
Glaucoma and Treatment ( Eye Tension ) , Strabismus, Vitreoretinal Surgery,
Debridement Surgery, Ocuplastic Surgery, Torn Ductal Obstruction Surgery
Vitreous body is a clear gel-like fluid that fills the eyeball. It fills
two third of eye volume and shapes the eye. Vitrectomy (drainage of vitreous
body) is reserved for problems that occur in posterior part of the eye.
Following vitrectomy operation, the space is filled with aqueous humor and
various feeding fluids that are produced by the eye.
Vitrectomy can be used for removing blood and various freely floating
objects in eye, debriding damaged tissues and eliminating their negative
effects on retina. Blood, damaged cells and wound tissues cause blurred vision
as light cannot be accurately focused on retina. Moreover, if vitreal fluid
poses retraction effect over retina, vitrectomy may be required to drain this
conditions requiring vitrectomy are as follows:
like retinal tear and hemorrhage secondary to diabetic retinopathy
hemorrhages (vitreous bleedings)
problems arising out of various past ophthalmological surgical
interventionsRetinal surgery is performed with a microscope and some special lenses that
are used to better visualize posterior side of eye. Several small incisions are
made on sclera (upper layer of eye). Microsurgical devices are inserted to
intraocular area through those incisions.