I've done a lot of research into Vitrectomy over the years and all the data is usually from Vitrectomy for more 'severe' and sight threatening conditions. Diabetic people needed it often for example. People with RD or people who have been injured and an object has punctured the eye, and so on. I'm wondering then is there any data about FOV specifically? I feel like all the risk and odds of everything are skewed because this surgery is performed for so many different things. For example, some Vitrectomy takes hours, whereas I hear FOV is 30 minutes or less, thus you'd imagine risk would be reduced because of that?
Just curious, is there any in depth data out there?