Vascular Shunt Surgery
Vascular shunt is a fine operation under the microscope. It will supply blood and nutrients to the central retinal artery and short posterior ciliary artery through surgery, thereby improving the optic nerve, retina, and choroid nutrition. The patient’s visual function has further improved through the treatment. This procedure improves retinochoroidal ischemic conditions. The effect of surgery is rapid and persistent. Over 90% of patients felt the improvement right after the surgery.
Since 1995, our doctors have performed more than 7000 vascular shunt surgical treatments for RP (Retinitis Pigmentosa). We followed up with patients over a period of one to fifteen years after the surgery. It has been proved to be the most effective and efficient way to improve RP patients’ visual function and inhibit blindness. Never give up, your hope will become reality.