Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery from University of Barcelona (UB) and specialist in Ophthalmology from Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau of Barcelona. Dr. Lluís Bruix is an experienced ophthalmologist specializing in pathologies of the retina and vitreous. He is currently part of the Department of Retina and Vitreous of ICR.
Spanish, Catalan, English and German.
Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery from University of Barcelona (UB)
Training as a Medical Specialist in Ophthalmology at Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau of Barcelona.
Member of the Retina and Vitreous Department of ICR
What is a retinal detachment? The retina is a light sensitive eye layer located at the back of the eye. A retinal detachment is simply a separation of the retina from the wall of the eye to which it is normally attached. What are the risk factors for retinal detachment? Retinal detachment affects, approximately, one […]
Retinal surgery STELLARIS PC Stellaris PC (from Bauch + Lomb) is a high performance platform that allows for a comprehensive combined surgical system. It is multifunction equipment for cataract and retinal surgery. Combined procedures 1) Phacoemulsification Stable Chamber System Fast and easy configuration Platform for microincision 2) Vitrectomy Makes up to 5.000 cpm Balance between infusion/vacuum, […]
What is Vitreous detachment? If floaters are small, translucent and isolated, and provided they always have the same shape and pattern, there is nothing to worry about. Scheduling an ophthalmology examination is nonetheless recommended. If floaters appear abruptly and in a great number, sometimes in a manner described as a spider web that blocks part […]