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Isabella Rossi, Colle Brianza (LC)Votazione: EccellenteProblem: Astigmatism, Cataract, Hypermetropia, PresbyopiaSolution: Cataract surgery with Toric Multifocal IOLTired of glasses and contact lenses, I met Dr. Badalà, who, after an accurate exam, suggested laser treatment to correct ... Read
Christian Altadonna, PalermoVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Myopia, Maculopatia miopicaSolution: Intravitreal injectionI am almost 19 and last year Dr. Badalà diagnosed me with a macular degeneration due to strong myopia. I ... Read
Antonella Scroppo, CataniaVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Astigmatism, Cataract, Hypermetropia, PresbyopiaSolution: Cataract surgery with Multifocal IOL implantI underwent Cataract surgery with Multifocal IOL around two months ago. I was hoping to regain the clear vision that ... Read
Stanislao Porrini, Teramo (Morro d'Oro)Votazione: EccellenteProblem: Corneal ScarSolution: Tarsorrhaphy, Traditional corneal transplant, Amniotic membrane transplantAfter two stem cell transplants for non-Hodgkin lymphoma, I had a cutaneous and a eye rejection, with corneal ulcers in ... Read
Leonardo Castiglione, TrapaniVotazione: EccellenteProblem: KeratoconusSolution: DALK anterior lamellar corneal transplantI turned to Dr. Badala because I saw blurry and split images and he diagnosed me with keratoconus. A few ... Read
Tiziana Giannini, CatanzaroVotazione: EccellenteProblem: GlaucomaSolution: SLT Laser, Selective Laser TrabeculoplastyI am 54 years old, for the past 20 years I have used eye drops to treat glaucoma. Three months ... Read
Nicola Spena, CaltanissettaVotazione: OttimoProblem: Macular degenerationSolution: Cataract Surgery with IOL AMDI have not felt any discomfort or pain. Vision has improved after a few weeks and practically immediately I started ... Read
Giovanna Cataudella, CataniaVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Macular degenerationSolution: Intravitreal injectionBefore surgery my daily activities were very penalized because my visual acuity was very reduced; I had lost most of ... Read
Antonio Parrino, MilanVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Astigmatism, Hypermetropia, PresbyopiaSolution: PRKI underwent PRK for hypermetropia, astigmatism and presbyopia in January 2014. About ten years ago I underwent PRK to correct ... Read
Giuseppe Grasso, CataniaVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Macular Hole, Macular degeneration, Macular Pucker, Retinopathy, MaculopathySolution: VitrectomyAfter having consulted several doctors, last year I turned to Dr. Badalà because I felt a discomfort to the eye. ... Read
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 vision lost because of maculopathy is hard to restore, while vision lost because of cataract can be easily restored after surgery.
Today, there are intraocular lenses especially developed for patients with advanced maculopathy and cataract, that can significantly improve vision enlarging the image and moving it on a healthy portion of the retina.
Maculopathy in fact, affects the central part of the retina (called macula), but portions around are perfectly healthy. Moving the image with this lens improves vision.
The latest innovation in curing maculopathy and cataract is the new intraocular lens called iolAMD, that is composed of two intraocular lenses, placed inside the eye during standard cataract surgery.
This lenses have a sophisticated geometry and function just like a galilean telescope that enlarges the image of 1.3 times and moves it on a healthy portion of the retina; this portion then replaced the functionality of the macula. Depending on the disease degree, patients can also start reading or driving again after surgery.
This surgery that cures both maculopathy and cataract can be compared to cataract surgery; it lasts for about 10 minutes and is performed with topic anesthesia, using a collyrium.
Dr. Badalà contributed developing this lens and is the first italian surgeon that used it. In September 2014, he showed the first usage data during the European Cataract Surgery Convention (ESCRS).
Mario Badalà, CataniaVotazione: Eccellente
Problem: CataractSolution: Cataract surgery with Multifocal IOL implantI didn’t feel any discomfort or pain during surgery. One hour after surgery I started to see well and that same evening I could watch TV.
The day after the operation I went back to use my computer and, after a month... Keep on reading this review, I went back to play sports.
I recommend this surgery since I recovered 20/20 for distance and near and I will never have to wear glasses in the future.
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