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Gas bubble treatment

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Gas bubble treatment

Vitrectomy works by removing the vitreous (jelly-like substance) from the inside of the eye and replacing it with either a gas or silicone bubble. This holds the retina in position from the inside.

Definition from NHS Choices: Gas bubble treatment

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