Pneumatic Retinopexy


If a detachment occurs in the retina, treatment may begin soon after the exam. Pneumatic retinopexy is a procedure that pushes a detached retina back into place by injecting a gas bubble into the vitreous. As the bubble rises, it presses the retina back into place. The bubble is usually absorbed into the eye within 1 to 3 weeks. This procedure can be used only for certain types of detachments.


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