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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...

The VMR Institute is proud to announce that Dr. Sebag is once again a recipient of the Orange County Medical Association Physician of Excellence Award for 2022. Criteria for Physician of Excellence Award: To be selected for the Physicians of Excellence honor, candidates must meet the following...

On Nov 13, 2021 Dr. Sebag presented an invited lecture to the American Academy of Ophthalmology on the topic of vitreous and Vision Degrading Myodesopsia (clinically significant vitreous floaters). After explaining the causes of this disease, he shared with the audience of eye surgeons the...

Dr. Sebag has been invited as a guest speaker to the German Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting lecturing on September 30, 2021. The title of his lecture is “Vitreous Hyalocytes in Health & Disease." Hyalocytes are cells that reside within the outer vitreous body (gel filling the...

Floaters arise from the vitreous body, the gel that fills the center of the eye. Myopia is the clinical term for near-sightedness that is due to abnormal elongation of the eye. A common reason to perform vitrectomy (surgery to remove the gel in the center of...

On March 20, 2021, Dr. Sebag, Dr. Gui of the VMR Institute for Vitreous Macula Retina and colleagues at the Doheny Eye Institute at UCLA and the Beverly Hills Institute of Ophthalmology published a letter to the editor in the Journal Experimental Eye Research entitled “Importance of the...

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