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Post-op and complications for Maculopathy surgery

Post-op after Maculopathy surgery Post-op after Laser treatment for Maculopahy is pretty fast: patients fully recover during the first 24 hours. In order to notice improvements, it is necessary to wait for a longer time span that may vary from a few weeks to a few months (1-3). Intravitreal injections […]

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Minimally Invasive Maculopathy surgery

Maculopathy surgery procedures Maculopathy laser treatment is used to cure exudative maculopathy. Minimally invasive maculopathy surgery. Laser therapy uses a concentrated ray of light to destroy neoformed vessels typical of exudative maculopathy, from which liquid comes out. This treatment is performed as outpatient, using eye drops as anaesthetic. If neovessels […]

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Laser surgery (LAPR)

Presbyopia surgery is meant to achieve a vision rehabilitation of near objects without having to constantly rely on glasses. There are several techniques and surgical strategies to solve this problem. Correction can be performed changing the corneal curvature or replacing the natural lens. Corneal correction is achieved with the excimer […]

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Maculopathy: Insurance approved Laser & treatments

Maculopathy surgery via private insurance Different kind of surgeries to treat maculopathy can be performed in convention with the most important insurance companies, supplementary funds and health funds. Some insurance companies consider a direct payment for health services, with no obligations for its patients; some others consider an indirect assistance. […]

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How to cure Maculopathy?

When to perform Maculopathy surgery Cure for maculopathy depends on its cause. The term maculopathy stands for series of diseases that share a degeneration of the macula, which is the central portion of the retina; we use it to focus on details. The exam for the bottom of the eye, […]

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Cataract and Maculopathy

Maculopathy causes a decreased central vision, making it difficult to drive, read and face recognition. Maculopathy often affects old people and so it is frequently associated with cataract. When maculopathy and cataract are experienced together, it is best to cure maculopathy first, and then move onto cataract; this is because […]

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