Lens Diseases

Paperback | April 14, 2010

byGian Maria Cavallini, Arturo Perez Arteaga, Boris Malyugin

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The latest guidelines for diagnosing and treating human lens diseses

This full-color resource details the surgical and clinical aspects of human lens diseases to assure their successful diagnoses and treatment.

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  • Full-color presentation with numerous photographs and illustrations
  • The world's foremost authorities cover patho-physiology, clinical signs, symptoms, investigations, differential diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis in a simplified manner
  • Thorough and definitive coverage of the human lens and lenticular surgery

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The latest guidelines for diagnosing and treating human lens disesesThis full-color resource details the surgical and clinical aspects of human lens diseases to assure their successful diagnoses and treatment. Features:Full-color presentation with numerous photographs and illustrations The world's foremost authorities cover patho-physi...

Gian Maria Cavallini, MD Director, Institute of Ophthalmology and Specialty School of Ophthalmology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy Arturo Perez Arteaga, MD Medical Director, Centro Oftalmologico, Tlalnepantla, Mexico Boris Malyugin, MD Chief of the Department of Cataract and Implant Surgery Deput...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9.5 × 6.3 × 0.77 inPublished:April 14, 2010Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071667210

ISBN - 13:9780071667210

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Contents

SECTION 1

LENS DISEASES (CLINICAL)

1. Congenital Lens Anomalies .................................................................... 3

a. Congenital Lens Anomalies ............................................................. 4
Bojan Pajic, Brigitte Pajic Eggspuehler, Jasna Ljubic (Switzerland)
b. Congenital Cataract ......................................................................... 14
Arturo Perez Arteaga (Mexico)

2. Developmental Lens Abnormalities ................................................... 17

a. Developmental Lens Abnormalities ............................................ 18
Arturo Perez Arteaga (Mexico)
b. Management of Ectopia Lentis ...................................................... 32
SK Gibran (UK)

3. Senile Cataract ......................................................................................... 47

Arturo Perez Arteaga (Mexico)

4. Complicated Cataract ............................................................................. 59

Boris Malyugin (Russia)

5. Traumatic Cataract .................................................................................. 71

a. Traumatic Cataract ........................................................................... 72
Arturo Perez Arteaga (Mexico)
b. Management of Traumatic Cataract ............................................. 76
Rupesh V Agrawal, Satish Desai (India)

6. Dismetabolic Cataracts ........................................................................... 87

GM Cavallini, C Masini, L Campi, C Chiesi, S Pelloni (Italy)

7. Management of Pediatric Cataract ........................................................ 97

AK Grover, Gauri Nagpal, Shaloo Bageja (India)

SECTION 2

LENS DISEASES (SURGICAL)

8. Pearls and Tricks in Congenital Cataract Surgery ........................... 115

Simonetta Morselli, Roberto Bellucci (Italy)

9. Microphakonit in Pediatric Cataract Surgery ................................... 123

L Felipe Vejarano, Alejandro Tello (Colombia)

10. Dynamics of the Capsulorhexis .......................................................... 135

Roberto Pinelli (Italy)

11. Microphakonit: 700 Microns Cataract Surgery ................................ 143

Amar Agarwal, Athiya Agarwal, Sunita Agarwal, Ashok Garg (India)

12. Microincision Cataract Surgery (MICS) ........................................... 155

Jorge L Alio, Pawel Klonowski, Jose L Rodriguez Prats, Bassam El Kady (Spain)

13. Truly Endocapsular MICS (TECMICS) ............................................ 185

Armando Capote, Marcelino Rio, Eneida de la C. Perez (Cuba)

14. Advances in Cataract Removal Technology ..................................... 201

Cyres K. Mehta, Keiki Mehta, (India)

15. Persistent Hyaloid Artery : Surgical Solution andPostoperative Management .................................................................. 215

Simonetta Morselli, Roberto Bellucci (Italy)

16. High Definition 3D Visualization for Cataract Surgery ................ 223

Robert J Weinstock, Stephen M Weinstock, Forrest Fleming (USA)

17. Torsional Phacoemulsification ............................................................ 233

Rohit Om Parkash (India)

18. Pearls of Supracapsular Surgery Using the Tilt andTumble Technique................................................................................. 245

Elizabeth A Davis, Richard L Lindstrom (USA)

19. Small Pupil Phaco: An Innovative Technique ................................. 261

Boris Malyugin (Russia)

20. Bimanual Microphaco versus Coaxial Miniphaco........................... 275

Gian Maria Cavallini, Luca Campi, Cristina Masini, Simone Pelloni (Italy)

21. Implantation of New Hoya-IOL, Y-60H, through a 1.7 mmCorneal Incision ..................................................................................... 291

Hiroshi Tsuneoka (Japan)

22. Microphakonit for Refractive Lens Exchange (MIRLEX):A New Technique. ................................................................................. 301

Arturo Perez Arteaga (Mexico)

23. Capsular Bag Refilling Using Capsulotomy:Capturing Intraocular Lens .................................................................. 313

Okihiro Nishi, Kayo Nishi, Yutaro Nishi, Shiao Chang (Japan)

24. New Options for Sutureless IOL Implantation in AphakicEyes with Lacking Capsule .................................................................. 323

Peter W Rieck (Germany)

25. Laser Cataract Surgery ........................................................................... 333

Kumar J Doctor, Shilpa Kodkany, P Kaushik (India)

26. Glued IOL ................................................................................................ 339

Amar Agarwal, A Dhivya, Soosan Jacob, Athiya Agarwal,Chandresh Baid, Ashok Garg (India)

27. PCO Prevention and Management in MICS..................................... 349

Frederic Hehn (France)
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