Phone: 55 5280.8432 / 55 5280.8549
Location: Av. Horacio 1008, Polanco, Polanco III Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11560 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Location: Hospital Ángeles Puebla Consultorio 3700 7º Piso Torre de Especialidades, Av. Kepler No. 2143. Reserva Territorial Atlixcáyotl, Puebla, México CP 72190.
It is a Non-Surgical Procedures against Retinal Detachment. Cryo-therapy (or cryoretinopexy) – a frozen probe is used to seal the reverse of the retina in its normal position.
Cryo-retinopexy consists of placing a very cold probe in the sclera (white part of the eye) in order to transmit the treatment to the underlying retina within the eye.
This treatment causes a focal adhesion of the retina to the wall of the eye. This is helpful in treating retinal defects such as tears or small detachments.
It is especially useful when these defects are on the far periphery of the retina, near the front of the eye, where the laser may be more difficult to apply.
It is also helpful when vision is not clear enough to perform laser treatment due to cataracts or vitreous haemorrhage / opacities.
This type of procedure can also be used during pneumatic retinopexy or to complement certain surgical procedures in the operating room.