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Miss Tsveta Ivanova

ABOUT  VISION  POSSIBLE

Miss Ivanova (MD PhD MRCOphth) completed her comprehensive training in Ophthalmology in Sofia, Bulgaria. She subsequently completed two prestigious vitreoretinal fellowships, one in Glasgow and another in Manchester, and has now been a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital for the past six years.

 

She is proficient in cataract surgery, as well as small-gauge vitrectomy surgery for a wide range of surgical conditions, including adult and paediatric retinal detachments; macular surgery; repair following trauma; endophthalmitis; and more. She is also proficient in treating a comprehensive range of non-surgical retinal conditions such as macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease. She has performed over 5,000 operations to date. 

Miss Ivanova previously served as a locum consultant vitreoretinal surgeon at the Royal Stoke University Hospital, where she managed the vitreoretinal service singlehandedly. She subsequently served as a consultant vitreoretinal surgeon at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne, prior to being recruited to join the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital in 2017.

In addition to providing a high quality elective and emergency vitreoretinal service, she is committed to the teaching and training of junior surgeons in her role as vitreoretinal Fellowship Director at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital. Having received awards herself at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, she undertook a PhD, with her research resulting in 30 papers and numerous presentations both locally and internationally. Miss Ivanova is also involved in prestigious clinical trials, including gene therapy. She has also completed numerous quality improvement projects in the departments she has worked to improve the quality of patient care.

 

Miss Ivanova audits her surgical outcomes regularly and her success rate in retinal detachment repair and macular hole surgery are significantly above published national standards.

About Us
CATARACT &
LENS SURGERY

CONDITIONS TREATED

CATARACT

Routine and complex cataract surgery, including lens replacement following previous surgery.

FLOATERS

Assessment of floaters, including the option of small gauge surgery to remove them. 

MACULAR HOLE

Non-surgical repair (injection of gas only) and small gauge surgery for macular holes.

EPIRETINAL MEMBRANE

Microsurgery to remove scar tissue that may cause distortion and/or blurred vision.

RETINAL DETACHMENT

Emergency and elective vitrectomy and/or scleral buckle surgery for all types of retinal detachments in adults and children.

RETINAL VEIN OCCLUSIONS

Assessment, comprehensive imaging, laser, and injection treatment for complications related to blocked retinal blood vessels.

DIABETIC RETINOPATHY, MACULOPATHY, and MACULAR DEGENERATION

Assessment, comprehensive imaging, laser, injection treatment, and surgery for ocular complications related to diabetes and macular degeneration.

MANAGING COMPLICATIONS AFTER CATARACT SURGERY

When your cataract surgery has not gone according to plan, we can almost always resolve the situation by vitrectomy surgery and a secondary lens implant.

TRAUMA

Assessment and surgical management of eye traumas and intra-ocular foreign bodies.

Conditions treated

18

Years of Experience

5000+

Procedures

30+

Publications

YOU

At The Centre of Care

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

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Royal College of Ophthalmologists
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British and Eire Association of Vitreoretinal Surgeons
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Manchester Royal
Eye Hospital
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HAPPY PATIENTS

"Thank you for your care and for looking after me so well... very much appreciated!"

"Many thanks for the sterling work you did on my eye... I am very grateful indeed; it will improve the quality of my life significantly"

"Thank you for your skilful surgery on the day and your aftercare. You were very kind, explained everything calmly and clearly, and I can't tell you how grateful I am for everything. My eye has recovered completely!"

Success Stories

CONTACT US

Our Address
Contact Information

Private Patient Centre (Ward 54)

1st floor, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital,

Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL 

Private Secretary (Tracy Graham) : +44 7713 029252

Email : visionpossible@outlook.com

 

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