Eye 4 Vitrectomy

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Product Description:

The Eye 4 Vitrectomy is a cutting-edge training solution specifically designed to simulate vitrectomy operations. This realistic artificial eye features a realistic clear cornea, sclera, and a vitreous chamber filled with our famous Vitreous Body Gel. The model also includes a realistically thin retina with a thickness of 50µm. If you order this product, you can choose to include none or all of the following features inside the vitreous chamber :

Magnetic Foreign Bodies
Non-Magnetic Foreign Bodies
Dropped Nuclear Fragments

If you are interested in trying out a comprehensive kit for vitrectomy training, please visit the Kit 4 Vitrectomy page. As with all our new eyes, Eye 4 Vitrectomy is compatible with our new Angle Retainer 4 Eye. Our own Dye 4 Vitreous can be used for training the vitrectomy operation. To train the insertion of trocars, we suggest using our Trocars 20G with Infusion Line.


Colouring & removal of the vitreous body gel
ILM peeling (Retina thickness: 50µm)
Extracting magnetic & non-magnetic foreign bodies
Management of the dropped nuclear fragments
Producing of pars plana vitrectomy ports (Microincision Vitrectomy Trocars)
Vitreous staining
Use of heavy liquid, oil and gas
Artisan lens implantation

Product Size:

Item name Quantity
Eye 4 Vitrectomy 1

For more Vitrectomy-related products, please visit the product pages below:

Kit 4 Vitrectomy
Eye 4 Vitrectomy
Instruments 4 Vitrectomy
Trocars 20G with Infusion Line
Dye for Vitreous
Heavy Liquid
Silicone Oil B 1000
Vitreous Body Gel

The material reacts to temperature fluctuations. In the cold, the material hardens, so to attain the most realistic training experience, the artificial eye should be stored at room temperature. If possible, you should also protect the container from sunlight since the artificial eye is mostly made of photoreactive 3D-printed materials. The liquid should not be removed or washed, and although it is oily and staining, it is not dangerous for human skin.


Additional information

Features Inside the Vitreous Chamber

All, None