The European VitreoRetinal encyclopedia (€Vpedia) is a multimedia encyclopedia. Its goal is to offer the different ways of practicing in medical & surgical retina with all the advantages offered by an Internet publication:

  • More democratic:each EVRS member will be allowed to bring its contribution as it is the rule for our congresses
  • Continuously updated: when a book is published, it is already outdated.
  • More relevant: articles are presented in a clear direct and accessible manner which allows easier access to the researched questions
  • Advanced search options: you can obtain either the different philosophies proposed by different surgeons for a given disease or the comprehensive philosophies of a given surgeon for various diseases
  • More practical: videos enhance drawing or text explanations each time a practical maneuver is presented
  • Interactive: article comments & discussions are accessible to everyone
  • Greater information continuity: hypertext links allow a direct access to more information as ie to a reference's abstract

You are invited to explore the site and enrich its content in the EVRS spirit of sharing your experiences.

In practice

The articles with videos and images have been organized in the Firefox environment. Some dysfunctions can be observed with other systems (ie Internet Explorer). Firefox can be downloaded for free.  

If you want to submit an article, there are two options:

  1. Click on article submission. An editor page will offer you the SPIP publication format. You can select your language in the upper right hand corner. Explanations for technical writing procedures, downloading figures (with or without legends) and movies can be found by clicking on the question mark boxes. This requires some time for a thorough understanding.

After editing your article, you will be able to immediately see the result online. However, the article will not be directly available on EVpedia. It will be reviewed and edited in the EVpedia standard format before publishing.

  1. Put your text (in Word and Pdf format), images and movies on a CD or DVD and send it to EVRS 8 Rue Camille Flammarion 44000 Nantes France (this is the easiest way for you).

Articles les plus récents

Articles les plus récents

Ophthalmic Pathology with Clinical Correlation

jeudi 14 février 2013 par Ihab Saad Othman
Ophthalmology is the only branch in medicine that strongly depends on clinical skills of the practitioner to make a sound diagnosis. In eye diseases, an ophthalmologist can simply "see it all" starting from the eyelid, ocular surface, and going through the eyeball, intraocular structures up to (...) > suite

The Friction Knot - Scleral Fixation Made Easy

mardi 13 novembre 2012 par Pertti Oskala
A new technique of dislocated IOL fixation to the sclera. > suite

Surgery for Idiopathic Epiretinal Membrane and Macular Edema

jeudi 7 avril 2011 par Didier ducournau
A new concept based on a personal experience
of over 16,000 cases > suite

DryLabs in Virtual VitreoRetinal Surgery

mercredi 6 avril 2011
To evaluate trainees´ acceptance of virtual vitreoretinal training with the simulator Eyesi® (VRmagic, Mannheim, Germany). > suite

Para-Optic SPCA, an Anatomic and Functional Entity

vendredi 12 novembre 2010 par Didier ducournau
Para Optic SPCA are an anatomic and functional entity, which individualization allows to understand optic and peri-optic pathologies > suite

Acute Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage During Open Sky Vitrectomy

vendredi 12 novembre 2010 par Cesare Forlini
Is Really Everything Lost ? > suite

New Extraocular Illumination Allows Specifically to Better Peel ILM’s

vendredi 12 novembre 2010 par Frank H Koch
Trans scleral illumination > suite

Scleral Buckling for RD

jeudi 4 novembre 2010 par Didier ducournau
Rationale, Mechanics, Indications and Surgical Technique > suite

The Inverted ILM Flap Technique for Large Macular Holes

jeudi 12 novembre 2009 par Jerzy Nawrocki
A new technique to improve large macular hole surgery > suite

OFFISS (Optical Fiber Free Intravitreal Surgery System) in retinology

jeudi 23 avril 2009 par Jerzy Nawrocki
OFFISS together with our own modifications is very useful in our surgery. > suite

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