Doctor in Medicine and Surgery from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Ophthalmologist specialized in Retina, she is currently Head of the Emergencies Department at ICR, Member of the Department of Retina and Vitreous and the Department of General Ophthalmology. She has written numerous papers and participated in courses and congresses about his speciality.
Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Master in Ophthalmology from Universidad Católica de Salta (UCASAL), Argentina.
PhD in Medicine and Surgery from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Doctoral thesis “Study of macular architecture with optical coherence angiotomography after phacoemulsification cataract surgery”.
Ophthamology Specialist. Advanced course of ophthalmology, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA).
Postgraduate in Glaucoma, Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Ophthalmology Residency in Clínica de Ojos Dr Nano, Argentina.
Fellow of the International Council of Ophthalmology (FICO).
Ocular Ecography Course, Sociedad Argentina de Oftalmología (SAO) Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Head of the Emergencies Department at Institut Català de Retina.
Member of Retina and Vitreous Department at Institut Català de Retina.
Member of General Ophtalmology Department at Institut Català de Retina.
The paper, entitled “Outcome of acute nontraumatic vitreous hemorrhage in healthy patients” aims to assess the medical actions before patients suffering from vitreous hemorrhage after a subsequent vitreous detachment, as well as addressing the controversy about the need to treat these cases or not.
Last February Dr. Agnieszka Dyrda presented at the 25th Winter Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) a paper prepared together with Dr. Pighin, Dr. Rey and Dr. Jürgens from the Department of Retina and Dr. Reyes from the Department of Refractive Surgery. In it the doctors shared their experience in the use of the novel Carlevale lens in patients treated at ICR.
What are intravitreal injections? Intravitreal injections are used to administer drugs in the eye to treat eye diseases and protect vision. Through an injection, the appropriate medication is introduced into the vitreous cavity, a space located at the back of the eye, behind the lens (as seen in the image). What are they for? Which […]
What is vitrectomy? Vitrectomy is a type of eye surgery to treat problems of the retina and the vitreous. Retina is a light-sensitive tissue located in the back of the eye. Vitreous is the clear gel substance that fills the eye. Vitrectomy consists of the extraction of the vitreous humor fluid and, usually, replacing it […]
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