Anterior vitrectomy is the removal of the front portion of vitreous tissue. It is used for preventing or treating vitreous loss during cataract or corneal surgery, or to remove misplaced vitreous in conditions such as aphakia pupillary block glaucoma.
Pars plana vitrectomy (PPV), or trans pars plana vitrectomy (TPPV), is a procedure to remove vitreous opacities and membranes through a pars plana incision. It is frequently combined with other intraocular procedures for the treatment of giant retinal tears, tractional retinal detachments, and posterior vitreous detachments.
Pan retinal photocoagulation (PRP) is a type of photocoagulation therapy used in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy.
Retinal detachment repair
Ignipuncture is an obsolete procedure that involves cauterization of the retina with a very hot pointed instrument.
A scleral buckle is used in the repair of a retinal detachment to indent or "buckle" the sclera inward, usually by sewing a piece of preserved sclera or silicone rubber to its surface.
Laser photocoagulation, or photocoagulation therapy, is the use of a laser to seal a retinal tear.
Retinal cryopexy, or retinal cryotherapy, is a procedure that uses intense cold to induce a chorioretinal scar and to destroy retinal or choroidal tissue.
Macular hole repair
Partial lamellar sclerouvectomy
Partial lamellar sclerocyclochoroidectomy
Partial lamellar sclerochoroidectomy
Posterior sclerotomy is an opening made into the vitreous through the sclera, as for detached retina or the removal of a foreign body