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Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology: Refractive Surgery
Garg, Alio
Editore
Jaypee
Anno
2010
Pagine
471
ISBN
9788184487770
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 refractive 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
Section I: Corneal Refractive Surgery
1. Regenerative Aspects of Excimer Laser Ablation ......................................................................................... 1
Takhchidi K, Doga A, Kachalina G, Maychuk N (Russia)
2. Pentacam Analysis in Refractive Surgery ..................................................................................................... 15
Yan Wang, Liqing Liu, Lin Zhang, Kanxing Zhao, Tong Zuo, Ying Jin (China)
3. Orbscan Corneal Mapping in Refractive Surgery ...................................................................................... 26
Francisco Sánchez León (México)
4. Online Optical Coherence Pachymetry (OCP) ............................................................................................ 34
Kumar J Doctor, Mahendra D Dive (India)
5. Photorefractive Keratectomy............................................................................................................................ 41
C Banu Cosar (Turkey)
6. Myopic Photorefractive Keratectomy using Solid State Laser ................................................................ 44
Nikolaos S Tsiklis, George D Kymionis, George A Kounis, Ioannis G Pallikaris (Greece)
7. The Role of Phototherapeutic Keratectormy Today ................................................................................... 52
Jes Mortensen (Sweden)
8. Simultaneous Collagen Crosslinking (CXL) and Topography-guided
PRK (tPRK) for Keratoconus (KCN ) ............................................................................................................. 60
Anastasios John Kanellopoulos (Greece)
9. Photorefractive Keratectomy for Residual Myopia Following Radial Keratotomy............................ 64
Belquiz A Nassaralla, João J Nassaralla Jr (Brazil)
10. LASIK ................................................................................................................................................................... 67
C Banu Cosar (Turkey)
11. Laser-assisted in situ Keratomileusis after Perforated Keratoplasty ...................................................... 74
Bojan Pajic, Brigitte Pajic-Eggspuehler (Switzerland), Jasna Ljubic (Serbia)
12. Topoguided Customized Ablation Topolink I .......................................................................................... 77
Frank Goes (Belgium)
13. Wavefront and Topography Guided LASIK ............................................................................................... 79
Amar Agarwal, Sunita Agarwal, Athiya Agarwal, Ashok Garg (India)
14. Wavefront LASIK............................................................................................................................................... 84
Mark Wevill, Emanuel Rosen (UK)
15. Customized and Advanced LASIK with Aspheric Ablation Profile ..................................................... 91
Omid Kermani, Harkaran S Bains (Germany)
Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology (Refractive Surgery)
xviii
16. Topoguided Customized Ablation Topolink II ......................................................................................... 99
Frank Goes (Belgium)
17. Aspheric Profiles in Laser Refractive Surgery ........................................................................................... 104
NS Tsiklis, Panagopoulou S, Pallikaris IG (Greece)
18. Corneal Wavefront LASIK after Penetrating Keratoplasty .................................................................... 107
Cyres K Mehta, Keiki R Mehta (India)
19. Zyoptix Laser ..................................................................................................................................................... 113
Amar Agarwal, Ashish Doshi, Sonika Doshi, Nilesh Kanjani, Sunita Agarwal,
Athiya Agarwal, Ashok Garg (India)
20. Epi-LASIK ......................................................................................................................................................... 118
NS Tsiklis, Kymionis GD, Pallikaris IG (Greece)
21. Epi-LASIK with Mitomycin C...................................................................................................................... 122
D Ramamurthy, Chitra Ramamurthy (India)
22. One-shot Epithelium-rrhexis: Personal Technique ................................................................................. 126
Roberto Pinelli (Italy)
23. Painless Epi-LASIK......................................................................................................................................... 129
Chu Renyuan (China)
24. Corneal Wavefront-guided LASIK for “Corblyopia” .............................................................................. 133
Cyres K Mehta, Keiki R Mehta (India)
25. Wavefront-guided Correction of Irregular Cornea ................................................................................... 140
Jorge L Alió, Robert Montés-Micó (Spain)
26. Customized LASIK for Presbyopia: PML™ (Presbyopic Multifocal LASIK)
Technique .......................................................................................................................................................... 147
Roberto Pinelli (Italy)
27. Presby-LASIK ................................................................................................................................................... 156
Frederic Hehn (France)
28. Crosslinking ...................................................................................................................................................... 161
Frederic Hehn (France)
29. Corneal Collagen Crosslinking in Keratoconus ....................................................................................... 166
C Banu Cosar (Turkey)
30. Corneal Collagen Crosslinking with Riboflavin and Ultraviolet—A Light:
Step by Step Technique ................................................................................................................................. 169
Belquiz A Nassaralla, João J Nassaralla (Brazil)
31. Transepithelial Crosslinking for the Treatment of Keratoconus .......................................................... 174
Roberto Pinelli, E Milani (Italy)
Contributors
xix
32. Significance of Epithelial Debridement for Riboflavin Absorption Prior to
Riboflavin/Ultraviolet—A (UVA) Corneal Collagen Crosslinkage Therapy ..................................... 177
David PS O’Brart, Konstantinos Samaras, James Doutch, Sally Hayes,
John Marshall, Keith M Meek (United Kingdom)
33. Femtosecond Surgical Laser ........................................................................................................................... 185
Bojan Pajic, Brigitte Pajic-Eggspuehler, Jörg Müller, Franz Fankhauser (Switzerland)
Section II: Complications Management in Corneal Refractive Surgery
34. LASIK and its Complications ....................................................................................................................... 191
Yan Wang, Jie Hou, Kanxing Zhao, Lin Zhang, Weili Geng (China)
35. Corneal Ectasia PostLASIK: The Orbscan Advantage............................................................................. 202
Erik L Mertens (Belgium), Arun C Gulani, Paul Karpecki (USA)
36. Management of PostLasik Diffuse Lamellar Keratitis ............................................................................ 207
Alexander Hatsis (USA)
37. Trauma after Refractive Surgery ................................................................................................................... 216
D Ramamurthy, Chitra Ramamurthy (India)
38. Surgical Treatment of Epithelial Ingrowth after LASIK ........................................................................ 220
I-Jong Wang, Chien-Chia Su (Taiwan)
39. Repairing Multifocal IOL Surprise and Corneal Scar—Refractive
Surgery of the Rescue....................................................................................................................................... 227
Arun C Gulani, (USA)
40. Hypotonic, Hyperthermic (at 55 °C) LASIK Flap Ironing and Subsequent 7, 10-0 Nylon
Suture Placement for the Management of Severe Post-LASIK Striae ................................................. 230
Anastasios John Kanellopoulos (Greece)
41. In-flap Simultaneous Collagen Crosslinking (CXL) and Topography-guided
PRK (tPRK) for Early Post-LASIK Ectasia—A Novel Technique ......................................................... 233
Anastasios John Kanellopoulos (Greece)
42. Intacs Implantation with Sequential Collagen Crosslinking Treatment in
Postoperative LASIK Ectasia ......................................................................................................................... 237
Aylin Kilic (Turkey)
43. Factors Influencing Flap and Intacs Decentration after Femtolaser Application in
Normal and Keratoconic Eyes ....................................................................................................................... 242
Aylin Kilic (Turkey)
44. Corneoplastics Using Corneal Collagen Crosslinking and Intracorneal Rings for
Keratoconus and LASIK Ectasia ................................................................................................................... 247
Francisco Sánchez León (Mexico)
Contents
Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology (Refractive Surgery)
xx
Section III: Lenticular Refractive Surgery
45. Refractive Lensectomy: A New Concept Arising at the Horizon.......................................................... 251
Roberto Pinelli (Italy)
46. Anterior Chamber Phakic IOL with Angle Fixation ............................................................................... 255
Juan C Rocco (Argentine)
47. An Update on Phakic Intraocular Lenses ................................................................................................... 261
Johan A de Lange (South Africa)
48. Monofocal HOA Free IOL to Correct Secondary Presby-LASIK .......................................................... 273
Frederic Hehn (France)
49. Piggybacking for Advanced Hyperopia ..................................................................................................... 280
Ahmad K Khalil (Egypt)
50. Is This Patient A Candidate for A Multifocal IOL? ................................................................................. 283
Frank Goes (Belgium)
51. Outcomes of Mixing and Matching Tecnis/ReZoom ............................................................................... 285
Frank Goes (Belgium)
52. Custom ICLs ...................................................................................................................................................... 289
Carlo Francesco Lovisolo (Italy)
53. Crystalens HD: The Accommodative IOL Technique ............................................................................. 301
Anastasios John Kanellopoulos (Greece)
54. ICL Pearls ........................................................................................................................................................... 305
Arun C Gulani (USA)
55. An Update on Other Refractive Procedures ............................................................................................... 308
Mahipal S. Sachdev, Charu Khurana (India)
56. Complication and Contusion after Phakic IOL ........................................................................................ 312
Jerome Bovet (Switzerland)
Section IV: Recent Advances in Refractive Surgery
57. An Update on Laser Refractive Surgery...................................................................................................... 318
Mahipal S Sachdev, Charu Khurana (India)
58. An Update on Corneal Inlays for Presbyopia ........................................................................................... 330
Francisco Sánchez León (Mexico)
59. Surgical Treatment of Keratoconus and LASIK Ectasia with Intrastromal Corneal Ring
Segments (Keraring®)—Custom Keraring Implantation Using IntraLase .......................................... 343
Francisco Sánchez León (Mexico)
Contributors
xxi
60. Strategic Planning in Topography-guided Ablation of Aberrated Eyes and after
Laser Refractive Surgery ................................................................................................................................. 358
Keiki R Mehta, Cyres K Mehta (India)
61. Dry Eye after Refractive Surgery .................................................................................................................. 373
Belquiz A Nassaralla, João J Nassaralla Jr (Brazil)
62. Laser Surgery in Post RK Cases .................................................................................................................... 376
Arun C Gulani (USA)
63. Laser PRK for Keratoconus ............................................................................................................................ 378
Arun C Gulani (USA)
64. Recent Advances in Corneal Refractive Surgery ...................................................................................... 380
Mohamad Rosman, Jorge L Alio (Spain)
65. Refractive Surgery and Glaucoma ................................................................................................................ 385
José I Belda, Gonzalo Muñoz, Juan José Pérez-Santonja, Javier Benítez del Castillo,
Jorge L Alió (Spain)
66. cTEN™—Custom Transepithelial “No-touch, One-step, All-laser” Refractive and
Therapeutic Ablations with the iVIS™ Suite .......................................................................................... 392
Carlo Francesco Lovisolo, Charles Wm Stewart (Italy)
67. Solid State Laser in Refractive Surgery and Advances in Surface Ablation
Techniques ........................................................................................................................................................ 404
Tarak Pujara, Ahmad Salamat Rad (Australia), Dewi Trini (Indonesia)
68. Prophylactic Collagen Cross-linking in High-risk Femtosecond Assisted – LASIK
a Novel Technique .......................................................................................................................................... 423
A John Kanellopoulos (Greece)
69. Simultaneous Prophylactic Collagen Crosslinking (CXL) following High-risk Topographyguided
PRK (tPRK) ......................................................................................................................................... 427
Anastasios John Kanellopoulos (Greece)
70. Trioptics .............................................................................................................................................................. 431
Sanjay Chaudhary (India)
71. Corneal Collagen Crosslinking with Riboflavin (C3R) Combined with Intrastromal Ring
Segment Implantation and Overnight Contact Lens Molding in Keratoconus ............................... 434
Carlo F, Lovisolo, Antonio Calossi (Italy)
72. Reshaping Keratoconus: Laser PRK followed by Corneal Crosslinking ............................................ 445
Arun C Gulani, Brian Boxer Wachler (USA)
73. Advances in Corneoplastique™: Art of Laser Vision Surgery .............................................................. 455
Arun C Gulani, Lee T Nordan (USA)
74. Future of LASIK Surgery ............................................................................................................................... 461
Arun C Gulani, Tracy Swartz (USA)
Index ....................................................................................................................................................................... 465

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