The Retina Unit is highly qualified in diagnosing and treating the range of disorders affecting the retina, macula and vitreous humour.
The Institut de la Màcula has a medical team employing the latest scientific and technological advances, both in the field of retina medicine and also in retinal microsurgery. Each individual case is assessed with the utmost precision and experience to choose the most suitable treatment for each patient in order to optimise the sight gained, also in the long term, and to achieve the best results.
Its use of cutting edge techniques and treatments place the Institut de la Màcula at the forefront of the world's centres treating sight-related diseases. The retina specialists at the Institut are renowned experts in the field of research into retinal disorders. Some complaints cannot be effectively treated at present anywhere in the world, so the team of retina specialists at the Institut de la Màcula i de la Retina coordinates multinational research projects that work to eliminate blindness.
Within the medical retina a number of pathologies, of which some still do not have an effective treatment, although research conducted around the world is very intense and promising. In this respect, the Institut de la Màcula collaborates closely with the Barcelona Macula Foundation: Research for Vision, a foundation dedicated exclusively to research in the field of retinal illnesses that cause blindness. The aim of this collaboration is to find solutions and treatments for those illnesses that are still incurable and cause blindness.
Some diseases of the retina must be addressed from a surgical treatment. The Institut make these interventions with specialists of microsurgical techniques, essential to perform the procedure safely and with the best results.
|Monday||8.00 - 20. 00 h|
|Tuesday||8.00 - 20. 00 h|
|Wednesday||8.00 - 20. 00 h|
|Thursday||8.00 - 20. 00 h|
|Friday||8.00 - 20. 00 h|