Cataract laser surgery

Cataract laser surgery

Progress of treatment of cataract laser

Cataract surgery is the most practiced in the world. Surgical instruments and techniques continue to advance. Today, the cataract surgery has become safer, more efficient and more predictable. Advances now allow to combine a femtosecond laser to a computer with a 3D imaging to specifically remove the cataract.

Progress of femtosecond laser cataract intervention

As a first step the femtosecond laser creates a micro-incision on the surface of the cornea and then secondly it fragmented the nucleus of the lens. Instead of using surgical instruments laser creates small incisions in the cornea that allow very easy access to the lens within the eye. The fragmented pieces are removed more easily through the use of the femtosecond laser. Once the cataract has been deleted completely an intraocular lens is implanted instead of the natural lens. The incision is very small and tight, it therefore requires no stitches.

Hemorrhoids and what to do about them

Hemorrhoids and what to do about themProlapsed piles are inflamed tissue that protrudes outside the anus. Hemorrhoids are also known as hemorrhoids. The swollen tissue can automatically pull in the rectal cavity after a bowel movement, or only be able physically to be pushed back in the rectal cavity. Changes in diet may cause the symptoms of piles, but some prolapsed hemorrhoids require surgery.

Symptoms of prolapsed piles usually start with itching around the anal area. There may be swollen anal tissue that noticeably clean the anus after bowel movements. The swollen area may be painful to sit on and can interfere with daily activities. Blood visible undergarments or toilet paper after bowel movement too.

The soft tissue that prolapsed piles is called the anal cushions. People who have a low high fiber diet to eat regularly and straining to pass stools are more likely to develop piles. Pregnant women may stacks of the additional pressure of the fetus on the pelvic area to develop. Older people develop stacks as they get older, because the muscles of the rectal cavity weakened and requires more effort to bowel movement to pass.