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Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology: Cataract Surgery
Garg, Alio
Editore
Jaypee
Anno
2010
Pagine
396
ISBN
9788184487763
63,00 €
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Part of an eight volume series each focusing on a subspecialty: Cataract Surgery, Refractive Surgery, Oculoplasty and Reconstructive Surgery, Corneal Surgery, Glaucoma Surgery, Retinal Surgery, Strabismus Surgery, Paediatric Ophthalmic Surgery. This book covers all types of cataract surgical techniques in a step by step, easy to follow format. It serves as a ready reference of ophthalmic surgeries demonstrated by international experts and includes comprehensive tips on the efficient use of various surgical techniques.

Author information
Ashok Garg MS, PhD, FIAO,FRSM,ADM,FAIMS,FICA; Chairman & Medical Director , Garg Institute & Research Centre
 
Jorge L. Alio MD, PhD; Medical Director, Instituto Oftalmologico Alicante, Spain

 

Contents
1. Pearls and Tricks in Congenital Cataract Surgery ....................................................................................... 1
Simonetta Morselli, Roberto Bellucci (Italy)
2. Cataracta Juvenilis and Congenital Lens Subluxation Surgical Procedure .......................................... 5
Bojan Pajic, Brigitte Pajic-Eggspuehler, Jasna Ljubic, Jorg Muller (Switzerland)
3. Congenital Cataract Surgery ........................................................................................................................... 12
Ventura MC, Ventura LO, Endriss D (Brazil)
4. Bimanual Microcataract Surgery in Children ............................................................................................. 20
Jerome Bovet (Switzerland)
5. The 3-in-1 Simplified Approach for ECCE, MSICS and Phacoemulsification ................................... 25
Kadil Jojo Jr. Sinolinding (Philippines)
6. Dynamics of the Capsulorhexis ..................................................................................................................... 39
Roberto Pinelli (Italy)
7. Dynamics of Nucleus Emulsification ........................................................................................................... 44
AK Grover, Shaloo Bageja (India)
8. Nucleus Management by Visco-expression Technique in Manual SICS ............................................ 52
Vaijayanti Deodhar, Ranjit S Dhaliwal (India)
9. Phaco Chopping for all Cataract Conditions .............................................................................................. 57
Rohit Om Parkash (India)
10. Quick Chop Express for Suprahard Cataract .............................................................................................. 63
Mohan Rajan, Sujatha Mohan, Priye Suman Rastogi (India)
11. Chopping in Hard Cataracts—Burst Phaco ................................................................................................. 67
GL Arun Kumar, S Sivagnanam (India)
12. Phacoemulsification Surgery Procedure and IOL-Implantation without Using Viscoelastics ....... 72
Bojan Pajic, Brigittee Pajic Eggspuehler (Switzerland)
13. Prechop with two 25 G Cannulas and Micro-Biaxial Cataract Technique ......................................... 81
(No Irrigating Chopper Microphakonit)
Arturo Perez-Arteaga (Mexico)
14. Biaxial Phacoaspiration with 700 micron Technology............................................................................. 85
Arturo Perez-Arteaga (Mexico)
15. Avoiding and Solving the Incomplete Capsulorhexis Cases with Biaxial Techniques ................... 89
Arturo Perez-Arteaga (Mexico)
16. How to Perform Biaxial MICS Step by Step? ............................................................................................. 94
Gilles Lesieur (France)
Section I: Evolution of Various Cataract
Surgery Techniques and Technology
Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology (Cataract Surgery)
xviii
17. BiMICS versus CoMICS Our Actual Technique
(Bimanual Micro-Cataract Surgery versus Coaxial Micro-Cataract Surgery) ..................................... 100
Jerome Bovet (Switzerland)
18. Advances in Microphakonit: 700 micron Cataract Surgery ................................................................... 106
Amar Agarwal, Athiya Agarwal, Sunita Agarwal, Ashok Garg (India)
19. Microincision Coaxial Phaco is the Everyday Phacoemulsification.................................................... 112
Simonetta Morselli, Antonio Toso (Italy)
20. Advances in Fluid Dynamics of Microcoaxial Incision Surgery .......................................................... 115
Simonetta Morselli, Roberto Bellucci (Italy)
21. Bimanual Microphacoemulsification .......................................................................................................... 120
GM Cavallini, C Masini, S Pelloni, L Campi (Italy)
22. Coaxial Miniphacoemulsification ............................................................................................................... 122
GM Cavallini, C Masini, S Pelloni, L Campi (Italy)
23. Heads up Cataract Surgery with the True Vision 3D Visual Display System.................................. 124
Robert J Weinstock, Neel Desai (USA)
24. Pearls of Supracapsular Surgery Using the Tilt and Tumble Technique .......................................... 128
Elizabeth A Davis, Richard L Lindstrom (USA)
25. Intrepid Microcoaxial (2.2 mm) System for Safe Phacoemulsification ................................................ 134
Keiki R Mehta, Cyres K Mehta (India)
26. Locomotive Cored Technique for Rapid Fast Safe Phacoemulsification ........................................... 139
Keiki R Mehta, Cyres K Mehta (India)
27. Microincisional Cataract Surgery ................................................................................................................ 144
Jorge L Alio, Pawel Klonowski, Bassam El Kady (Spain)
28. A Challenging Case of IOL Power Calculation after Previous Refractive Surgery .......................... 157
Frank Goes (Belgium)
29. Lens Surgery after Previous Refractive Surgery ....................................................................................... 159
Frank Goes (Belgium)
30. Phaco in Hard Cataracts Grade–IV .............................................................................................................. 163
Mahipal S Sachdev, Charu Khurana (India)
31. How to Do the Microincision Cataract Surgery (MICS) with White Star Technology
and Insertion of the New Accommodating IOL – Crystalens ............................................................... 166
Shui H Lee (Canada)
32. Management of White Cataract .................................................................................................................... 173
Sanjay Chaudhary (India)
33. Phaco Surgery in Highly Myopic Eyes ...................................................................................................... 177
David F Chang (USA)
34. Toric Bag-in-the-Lens (BIL) Implantation: Why and How to Implant ? ............................................ 182
Marie Jose Tassignon, L Gobin, JJ Rozema (Belgium)
35. Phacosection: A Manual Small Incision No Stitch Cataract Extraction Technique ....................... 187
Peter G Kansas (USA)
36. Sutureless Cataract Surgery with Nucleus Extraction “Fishhook Technique” ................................. 195
Albrecht Hennig (Nepal)
Contributors
xix
37. Chop-Multisection and Chop Sticks Technique: Chopper, Spatula and
Small Incision Cataract Surgery ................................................................................................................... 199
Jorge Alvarez C Marin (Spain)
38. Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery with Chevron Incision ........................................................ 205
CS Dhull, Sumit Sachdeva (India)
39. Glued IOL......................................................................................................................................................... 210
Amar Agarwal, Dhivya A, Soosan Jacob, Athiya Agarwal, Chandresh Baid, Ashok Garg (India)
40. PCIOL Scleral Suturing Using Endoscopy ............................................................................................... 215
Boris Malyugin (Russia)
41. Bimanual Microincision Phacoemulsification for Difficult and Challenging Cases ...................... 231
I Howard Fine, Richard S Hoffman, Mark Packer (USA)
42. Traumatic Cataracts ......................................................................................................................................... 238
CS Dhull, Sumit Sachdeva (India)
43. Complicated Cataract Surgical Procedure .................................................................................................. 242
Bojan Pajic, Brigitte Pajic-Eggspuehler (Switzerland)
44. Pearls for Small Pupil Phaco Surgery......................................................................................................... 252
Boris Malyugin (Russia)
45. Management of IFIS with Biaxial Technique and Malyugin Ring ..................................................... 271
Robert J Weinstock, Neel Desai (USA)
46. Managing Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome ..................................................................................... 275
David F Chang (USA)
47. Modern Phaco in Complicated Cases ......................................................................................................... 279
Jes Mortensen (Sweden)
48. Chandelier Illumination and Bimanual Vitrectomy Used to Remove a Dislocated IOL ............... 287
Amar Agarwal, Soosan Jacob, Athiya Agarwal, Sunita Agarwal, Ashok Garg (India)
49. Prevention of PCO .......................................................................................................................................... 290
Frederic Hehn (France)
Section II: Management of Complicated Cataracts
and Cataract Surgery Complications
Section III: Advances in Cataract Surgery
Techniques and Technology
50. The New Era of Wavefront Guided Cataract Surgery and Astigmatism Correction
with the O Range Intraoperative Aberrometer ......................................................................................... 294
Neel Desai, Robert J Weinstock (USA)
51. No Ultrasound Phaco in CLE with Soft Nucleus .................................................................................... 299
Roberto Pinelli (Italy)
Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology (Cataract Surgery)
xx
52. Posterior Polar Cataract Phacoemulsification: A Myth Exploded........................................................ 302
Rohit Om Parkash (India)
53. Newer Chopping Techniques in 0.7 mm Bimanual Microphaco ......................................................... 306
Keiki R Mehta, Cyres K Mehta (India)
54. Advanced Phaco Techniques (Soft Lens Removal and Implantation of ............................................ 312
ReSTOR Multifocal Lens)
Ahmad K Khalil (Egypt)
55. Cataract Surgery in Complex Situations .................................................................................................... 317
Armando Capote, Marcelino Rio, Belkis Rodriguez (Cuba)
56. Primary Phacoemulsification Combined with Drainage Angle Viscodissection
in the Management of Chronic Narrow Angle/Angle-Closure
Glaucoma (CNAG/CACG) and Coexistent Cataract ................................................................................ 334
Peter Cikatricis, TKJ Chan (UK)
57. Aspheric IOL Technology: Basic Principles and Clinical Application .............................................. 338
Boris Malyugin (Russia)
58. 1.8 mm C-MICS Phaco Chop with Stellaris .............................................................................................. 353
Boris Malyugin (Russia)
59. Lens Laser Combination Surgery ................................................................................................................ 360
Arun C Gulani (USA)
60. AT LISA Toric Multifocal IOL: The Customization of Microincision
Phaco Refractive Surgery ............................................................................................................................... 363
Carlo F Lovisolo (Italy)
61. Capsular Bag Refilling Using Capsulotomy Capturing Intraocular Lens .......................................... 369
Okihiro Nishi, Kayo Nishi, Yutaro Nishi, Shiao Chang (Japan)
62. Laser Cataract Surgery .................................................................................................................................... 374
Kumar J Doctor, Shilpa Kodkany, P Kaushik (India)
63. Micro-biaxial Cataract Surgery Combined with Posterior Vitrectomy ............................................... 377
Arturo Perez-Arteaga (Mexico)
64. Multifocal IOLs ............................................................................................................................................... 384
D Ramamurthy, Chitra Ramamurthy (India)
65. Cataract Surgery in Post RK Cases .............................................................................................................. 389
Arun C Gulani (USA)
Index ................................................................................................................................................................... 391

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