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PhysIOL announces full ownership of Optikon

LIEGE, BELGIUM, Oct. 26, 2017


Versatile Vitrectomy

A vitrectomy system that performs anterior, posterior, and combined cases.


Monitoring of ocular perfusion pressure during vitrectomy may prevent visual field defect

Continuous monitoring and management of infusion bottle height and mean ocular perfusion pressure can help maximize safety. By Tommaso Rossi, MD


Introducing New Vitreous Cutter Blade Shapes

A Fluid Dynamics Study


Fluid Dynamics of Viterctomy Probes

Since the introduction of vitrectomy, researchers and surgeons have strived to improve the efficacy...


Ocular Perfusion Pressure During Pars Plana Vitrectomy: A Pilot Study

PURPOSE. Unexplained visual field loss after pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) has been reported in up to 14% of all uncomplicated cases with signs varying from visual field...


New Instruments

A new vitreous cutter blade engineered for constant flow vitrectomy.


Ultrasound imaging velocimetry of the human vitreous

Knowledge of vitreous motion in response to saccades is a prerequisite for understanding vitreous rheology.


Relationship between ciliary sulcus diameter and anterior chamber diameter and corneal diameter

Results suggest that direct measurement of the ciliary sulcus by UBM (ultrasound biomicroscopy) would reduce the percentage of complications related to intraocular lens sizing over the percentage when sizing is based on WTW (white to white) diameter.