03 May Vitrectomy Improves Vision in Multifocal Pseudophakia
On April 25, 2022 Dr. Sebag delivered a lecture in Washington D.C. to the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) entitled “Vitrectomy Improves Vision in Multifocal Pseudophakia”. This presentation was based upon a study of 180 patients treated at the VMR Institute for Vitreous Macula Retina (VMR) in Huntington Beach, Orange County, California who had Vision Degrading Myodesopsia (clinically significant vitreous floaters). Limited vitrectomy, a procedure developed at VMR, was effective in improving vision in all operated patients, even those who had previously undergone cataract surgery with multifocal intraocular lens implantation.
At the conclusion of the meeting, Christina Y. Weng, MD MBA, chair of the ASCRS Retina sub-committee, awarded Dr. Sebag “Best Paper” for his presentation.
The VMR Institute in Huntington Beach has been a leading facility for the treatment of retinal diseases such as disorders of vitreous, macula, and retina. In addition to providing outstanding care for patients with macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and floaters in the Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, and Orange County areas, our retina specialists Dr. Sebag, and Dr. Chong also lend their expertise and knowledge to medical professionals throughout the country and the world. Establishing and maintaining long-term relationships with our patients is of utmost importance to us. We achieve this by treating you with great care and compassion. We do our best to ensure the you receive the best possible treatment for your particular issue.
The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) empowers anterior segment surgeons to improve the vision, outcomes, and quality of life of their patients through innovative approaches to Education, Advocacy, and Philanthropy. Since its founding in 1974, ASCRS has been at the forefront of anterior segment surgery and has established itself as a trusted resource for cataract, refractive, cornea, and glaucoma surgeons. For more than 40 years, ASCRS has been committed to advancing the art and science of ophthalmic surgery as a primary source for the latest clinical information, published research, and regulatory updates affecting anterior segment surgeons and the patients they serve. ASCRS’ innovation is focused on three critical areas: Education, Philanthropy, and Advocacy by providing members with robust clinical and practice management education, and working with patients, government, and the medical community to promote the delivery and advancement of high-quality eyecare.