Endoscopy in glaucoma surgery
BVI is a leader in microendoscopy, offering a Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) procedure focused on reducing aqueous in-flow. Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) can be performed at the time of cataract surgery; as a stand-alone procedure, or through the pars plana at the time of vitreoretinal surgery.
Endoscopy in retinal surgery
Microendoscopy offers the vitreo-retinal surgeon a panoramic view of anatomy and pathology that may not be visible through the operating microscope. When anterior or posterior conditions preclude a posterior view, the endoscope provides a unique perspective and visual advantage that allows the surgeon to save valuable surgical time.* The microendoscope combines wide field illumination, video imaging and titratable treatment option with the built-in laser and is displayed on a magnified “heads up” video monitor.
*S. Chien Wong, Thomas C. Lee, Jeffrey S. Heier, and Allen C. Ho. Endoscopic vitrectomy. Curr Opin Ophthalmol 2014,25:195-206