Vitreoretinal Surgical Techniques

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Vitreoretinal Surgical Techniques, Second Edition provides basic and comprehensive coverage of all aspects of surgery for the vitreous and retina. It provides an array of techniques useful not only to ophthalmologist in training but also to the practicing vitreoretinal specialist. This superb and invaluable text is both authoritative and practical as experienced practitioners explain their surgical approach in step-by-step illustrations of operative techniques.
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Overview

Vitreoretinal Surgical Techniques, Second Edition provides basic and comprehensive coverage of all aspects of surgery for the vitreous and retina. It provides an array of techniques useful not only to ophthalmologist in training but also to the practicing vitreoretinal specialist. This superb and invaluable text is both authoritative and practical as experienced practitioners explain their surgical approach in step-by-step illustrations of operative techniques.
This new edition, contains 87 chapters with almost 900 illustrations, most of which are in color. Vitreoretinal Surgical Techniques, Second Edition will be essential for vitreoretinal specialists, comprehensive ophthalmologists, residents, and fellows, as well as in training programs and libraries.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781853175855
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/27/2000
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.40 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments
1 Vitreoretinal surgical anatomy 3
2 Retinal breaks 11
3 Laser indirect ophthalmoscopy 21
4 Transscleral diode laser retinopexy in the treatment of retinal detachment 27
5 Cryosurgery of the retina 33
6 Pneumatic retinopexy 49
7 Balloon buckles for the repair of retinal detachment 61
8 Technique of scleral buckling for retinal detachment repair 71
9 Wide-angle viewing systems for vitreoretinal surgeries 99
10 Endoscopy for vitreoretinal surgery 107
11 Mechanical dilation of the pupil 113
12 Use of the temporary keratoprosthesis in ocular trauma repair 117
13 Simple vitrectomy 125
14 Pars plana lensectomy 137
15 Endocyclophotocoagulation 143
16 Endolaser 149
17 Intraocular gases and techniques for air-fluid exchange 157
18 Use of perfluorocarbon liquids 173
19 Use of silicone oil in vitreous surgery 193
20 Removal of silicone oil from the anterior chamber 207
21 Control of intraocular hemorrhage during vitrectomy 211
22 Anterior vitrectomy 217
23 Removal of retained lens fragments 231
24 Surgical techniques for the management of dislocated posterior chamber intraocular lens 239
25 Membrane dissection in proliferative diabetic retinopathy 251
26 Pars plana vitrectomy for diabetic macular edema associated with posterior hyaloidal traction 267
27 Membrane removal in proliferative vitreoretinopathy 275
28 Anterior retinectomy 299
29 Posterior relaxing retinotomy 317
30 Vitreoretinal surgery for idiopathic epiretinal membranes 327
31 Surgical treatment of macular holes 339
32 Surgical removal of subretinal hemorrhage 357
33 Surgical removal of choroidal neovascular membranes 365
34 Fine-needle biopsy of intraocular tumors 377
35 Chorioretinal biopsy 381
36 Tumor resection 391
37 Ophthalmic brachytherapy: treatment of choroidal melanoma and retinoblastoma 403
38 Management of hyphema, repair of iridodialysis, and repair of corneoscleral lacerations 421
39 Management of traumatic lens subluxation and dislocation 435
40 Removal of intraocular foreign bodies 443
41 Penetrating and perforating injuries 457
42 Suprachoroidal hemorrhage 475
43 Management of endophthalmitis 487
44 Pediatric vitreous surgery 509
45 Implantation of a sustained-release ganciclovir implant 521
46 Surgical repair of retinal detachment associated with viral retinitis 533
47 Foveal translocation 543
48 Macular buckle in exudative age-related macular degeneration 551
49 Implant radiotherapy for exudative macular degeneration associated with subretinal neovascularization 555
50 Therapeutic treatment of non-exudative age-related macular degeneration: a pilot study 561
51 Photodynamic therapy 565
52 Transpupillary thermotherapy of choroidal neovascularization 571
53 Development and application of a subretinal semiconductor microphotodiode array 575
54 Artificial vision 579
55 Mechanical closure of chronic macular holes 583
56 Intraoperative visualization of the vitreous and the posterior hyaloid using triamcinolone 587
57 Retinal vascular diseases 589
Index 593
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