Any injury to the retina of the eyes, known as retinal disease, may impair vision. Retinal vascular disease, or damage to the retina brought on by irregular blood flow, is frequently referred to as Retinopathy.

Retinopathy comes in a variety of forms, including:

  • Premature retinopathy (ROP).
  • Diabetic retinal disease.
  • Blood vessels in the retina degenerate in non-proliferative retinopathy.
  • New, unstable blood vessels proliferate on the retina’s surface in proliferative retinopathy.

We have perfected the technology at the Medtravellers Research Center for isolating the greatest amount of viable stem cells from an autologous source (Bone Marrow and Adipose). Depending on the recommendation of our expert, these cells are administered via any of the techniques listed below:

Retrobulbar Administration: Cells are pumped into the retina of the eye using this method.

If injected back into the eye, these cells can develop the microenvironment required to replace the macula’s damaged or dead cells with fresh ones, further repairing the injured region and nerves.

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