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Riemens, Boyd (author)
Throughout history, different intraocular illumination methods for vitreoretinal surgery have been used and the most common limitations to the state-of-the-art intraocular illumination methods are the glare and reflections created by the illumination device and the relatively small illuminated area. A way to tackle these limitations could be by...
master thesis 2022
Stolk, Maarten (author)
During a vitrectomy procedure vitreous is removed from the eye with a vitreous cutter, called a vitrectome. This instrument is comprised of two needles that move to cut the vitreous into small pieces before aspirating them. Vitreous cutters are complex instruments that are light and small in size to increase their accuracy. Because of their...
master thesis 2020
Kranendonk, Laurens (author)
Vitreoretinal surgery remains one of the most challenging types of surgery due to the delicate nature of the eye, the minimally invasive nature of the procedure, the small operating space and lack of depth perception. One of the procedures that is performed during vitreoretinal surgery is Epiretinal Membrane (ERM) Peeling , during which the...
master thesis 2017