What we treat

Retinal treatment and vitrectomy

Our clinic has been equipped with the newest generation medical equipment enabling complete diagnostics and treatment of the posterior segment of the eye.

1. Angio OCT

Precise digital eye angiography without the need of intravenous administration of a contrast agent.

Indications for the examination:

age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, central retinal vein thrombosis, central retinal artery occlusion.

2. OCT – optical coherence tomography

Optical coherence tomography is an innovative, non-invasive and painless method of diagnosing diseases of retina and optic nerve. The method allows visualisation of even the smallest retinal lesions, enabling the analysis of the tissue cross-section, three-dimensional image and the formation of maps of particular retinal layers.

Indications for the examination:

age-related macular degeneration (AMD), macular oedema, macular foramina, pre-retinal membrane, diabetic maculopathy, and glaucoma diagnosis and monitoring.

3. Fluorescein angiography with a possibility to take a series of photos with a digital camera

This examination involves assessment of the functional state and tightness of retinal vessels. As a result, it is often decisive in making a diagnosis and choosing suitable treatment.

Indications for the examination:

retinal complications of diabetes, central retinal vein thrombosis, and certain forms of AMD.

4. Ophthalmic ultrasound with A-scan, B-scan probes

Ultrasound scan examination is a non-invasive technique enabling the assessment of eye structures. It enables detection of certain posterior eye diseases in the case of opaque optic centres.

Indications for the examination:

diagnostics of retinal detachment, intraocular tumours, intraocular foreign bodies, exudative-haemorrhagic lesions, lesions secondary to diabetes and posterior eye inflammation.

Vitrectomy is a microsurgical procedure involving removal of the vitreous humour, most often to allow access to diseased retina. During the surgery, three small incisions of the sclera are performed (so-called sclerotomes), which allow surgical tools to be inserted into the eyeball.


  • vitreous haemorrhage,
  • retinal detachment,
  • pre-retinal membranes,
  • macular foramina,
  • proliferative vitreoretinopathy,
  • intraocular foreign bodies,
  • displaced lens fragments,
  • endophthalmitis.

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