Refractive surgery

15/04/2016

What to expect after refractive surgery? How to adapt to your brand-new vision

Refractive surgery is a surgical procedure whose main goal is to eliminate dependence on glasses and provide the patient with an improved quality of vision. Once patients have undergone surgery, their ocular state experiment changes to which they have to adapt. In order to do so, several guidelines easing the adaptation can be followed. What […]

01/03/2016

Dr. Xavier Maseras presents his doctoral thesis defense, a macular study after the implantation of ICL phakic lenses

On 25th January, Dr Maseras, ophthalmologist from ICR Department of Retina and Vitreous, presented his doctoral thesis defense at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, a macular study under the name Study of retinal thickness in macula using optical coherence tomography after refractive surgery with ICL™ type phakic lenses, codirected by ICR Medical Director Dr Ignasi Jürgens. Aim […]

01/03/2016

ICR Medical Director Dr Ignasi Jürgens, and Head of Refractive Surgery Department Dr Francesc Duch, take part on FacoElche 2016

Between 4th and 6th February, ICR Medical Director, Dr Jürgens, together with Head of ICR Refractive Surgery Department, Dr Duch, took part on FacoElche 2016, a scientific meeting devoted to phacorefractive surgery which celebrated this year its 18th edition. What is FacoElche? FacoElche organizes presentations and activities related to anterior segment surgery in general, but […]

14/10/2015

Breakthroughs in Refractive Surgery. What is the importance of preserving the cornea untouched?

Dr. Francesc Duch: The cornea is a precious eye structure. It is sheer as no other body part, it protects the interior of the eye, it filters and focuses light rays and provides the sparkle which defines a person’s way of looking… It is an extremely sophisticated dome, made up of water, collagen, and cell groups […]

13/02/2015

Publication in the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery of the new surgical technique designed by Dr. Jürgens

The Doctor Ignasi Jürgens, director medical of the Institut Català de Retina (ICR) and head of the Department of Retina and Vitreous, has designed a new surgical technique to the patients operated of cataracts that have a permanent or intermittent entrapment of the lens with the iris (pupillary capture). Cataract surgery currently consists of phacoemulsification […]

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