Comparison of 3D Visualization and Microscope for VR Surgery Clinical Trial
Randomized, Prospective, Descriptive and Comparative Clinical Study of Macular Grasping Damage in Patients Undergoing Pars Plana Vitrectomy and Peeling of the Internal Limiting Membrane, Operated by Traditional Microscope or NGENUITY® 3D Visualization System With Heads-up Display System. A Pilot Study.
Randomized, prospective, descriptive and comparative clinical study. The comparison is between a group of patients affected by macular pucker or macular hole, whose macular peeling is performed using a traditional optical microscope (Leica F40) - control arm, and a group of patients affected by macular pucker or macular hole whose macular peeling is performed by 3D heads-up microscopy system (NGenuity 3D, Alcon) - experimental arm. It is a blind study for both the operator that collects data and for the statistician.