Posterior Vitreous Detachment (PVD)

The jelly that fills the back of our eyes is called the vitreous.  When it pulls away from the back of your eye it is called a posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) or a posterior vitreous separation (PVS).  These are different words for the same thing. Odds of Having a Posterior Vitreous Detachment The chances of Read More→

How Diabetes Affects Cataract Surgery

Dr. Gary Foster- Fort Collins & Loveland, CO The good news is that diabetic cataract surgery is just like standard cataract removal with a couple of special steps in the preparation, timing, and post-operative protections. Diabetic Cataract Diabetic cataracts tend to come on at a slightly younger age.  Having said that, it is not harder Read More→

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