Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Autonomous University of Barcelona and specialist in Ophthalmology by Hospital Clínic of Barcelona. Dr. M. Francisca Bassaganyas is an ophthalmologist specializing in retina and vitreous pathologies. She is currently a member of the Retina and Vitreous Department and the Emergency Department of ICR.
Spanish and Catalan.
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Training as a Medical Specialist in Ophthalmology at Hospital Clínic 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 […]
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 […]
What is a vitreous hemorrhage? Vitreous hemorrhage has variable symptoms depending on the amount of bleeding: vision of spots that are suspended in vision (floaters), blurred vision or complete and sudden loss of vision. It may be caused by multiple causes, such as eye traumas and even underlying conditions such as diabetic retinopathy. It is […]