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Macular Hole - Treatments

Macular holes may be treated with a vitrectomy, a form of keyhole surgery that uses small probes to enter inside the eye to remove the vitreous. A gas is then injected into the eye to replace the vitreous and prevent it from pulling on the retina.

Macular Hole - Preparing for surgery

Macular Hole - Other Information

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