Richard Mackool

After various reviews in forums also relies on the Declaration of the Bursa, if you can not locate the MV in patient eyes. So-called ill-defined vitreous floaters”are among others therefore MV in the bursa premacularis. Others including Adam Portnoy, offer their opinions as well. They could remove a vitrectomy, assuming the glass body is lifted from the retina (it’s not, he can be withdrawn artificially prior to surgery by the surgeon, but what brings the risk of retinal tear with it). According to Tassignon, so also the Bursa-mouches would generally curable. The groups fighting for Johnson, Geller and Tassignon currently on lost items if they fight at all. According to my research was a connection between MV and this bursa premacularis so far confirmed in any clinical study. The Bursa-mouches are therefore a hypothesis that you cannot verify with the present technology (Tassignon).

With the slit lamp are not to see them, and also known as optical coherence tomography (OCT) has delivered no results so far. Other renowned laser surgeon like John Karickhoff limited, to blame the infinitesimal, the proximity to the retina and psychological aspects for the non-handling ability to this MV. And vitrectomy surgeons like Richard Mackool or Wolfgang Schrader no special attention be paid to the Bursa or reject their importance for the treatment of MV. “Floco Tausins assessment of the Bursa MV for the spiritual project holistic vision” there is probably no coincidence that one encounters in the environment of ND-YAG laser specialists to further explanation. For most eye doctors, the differentiation and positioning of the MV plays a large role; Thus, they settle close retinal tears and bleeding in those patients who complain about flying points. They provide what they won’t see, however, in the realm of the psyche (see news 2/2005;) News 2/2006). Vitrectomy surgeons also need due to recent Vitrektomietechnologien and the increasing pressure from those affected ever longer nothing ever more to the different types of MV to care; with the removal of the vitreous or parts thereof are all firmly frequently asked and hope especially for blind eliminates at least not identified clouding”(i.e.

not objective evidence-based) floaters-only vitrectomy (FOV) (cf. News 3/2005; 3/2008). Surgeons, however, split the MV by Nd-YAG laser and vaporize attempting must know very exactly the types of MV. Because for a successful laser treatment the dots and strands must meet a number of conditions (link); the most important is that the MV for the doctor must be visibly clear, because what is not seen, on which you can not shoot. “Most people who are rejected by laser specialists, are significantly those who suffer from those transparent points and threads, the subject of my spiritual project holistic vision” are. Regularly faced with this type of MV, this laser specialists are looking for explanations for their non-visibility and not handling ability. I would like to conclude with a wink that this explanation of the Bursa-mouches or Bursa floaters literally goes in the right direction: only a few millimeters further back, people, then we’re in the retina as a possible place of the MV (see the article: mouches volantes – vitreous opacity or nervous system?) “about the morphological similarities of MV and the neural receptive fields) and then entirely new approaches to research and management will emerge, namely medical and spiritual.”