Vitrectomy is the surgical removal of the vitreous gel from the middle of the eye.
During vitrectomy, the surgeon inserts small instrument into the eye, cuts the vitreous gel and remove it by suction.
After removing the vitreous gel, the surgeon may treat the retina with a laser (photocoagulation),cut or remove scar tissue from the retina, flatten areas where the retina has become detached, or repair tear or hole in the retina or macula.
At the end of the surgery, saline, air or gas (perfluoro propane or sulfur hexafluoride) or silicon oil may be injected into the eye to replace the vitreous gel to restore normal pressure in the eye and flatten the retina.
Retina related surgeries are considered complicated and some patients may need more than one surgery.
Silicone oil if used needs to be replaced or removed as and when required by performing another operation.
When retinal surgery is performed for retinal detachment, the visual result depends on the duration of the detachment and potential of photo receptor cells in the retina to recover

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