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27-Gauge Vitrectomy : Minimal Sclerotomies for Maximal Results

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Ulrich Spandau, Mitrofanis Pavlidis. (1st ed.) --Cham: Springer , c2015.
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This book provides step-by-step instructions on how to operate with 27G instrumentation in a wide range of surgical indications, including vitreous floaters, macular holes, dropped nucleus, retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy, submacular hemorrhage, retinopathy of prematurity and much trauma. All surgeries are approached in cookbook fashion, with initial coverage of the "ingredients" (devices and instruments) and then meticulous description of preparation and performance with supporting ph…
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Spandau, Ulrich
Other Authors
Pavlidis, Mitrofanis
Responsibility
Ulrich Spandau, Mitrofanis Pavlidis
Edition
1st ed.
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2015
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxviii, 463 p. : 639 illus., 627 illus. in color)
ISBN
9783319202365
9783319202358 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Postoperative Complications - prevention & control
Sclera - surgery
Sclerostomy
Vitrectomy - instrumentation
Vitrectomy - methods
Abstract
This book provides step-by-step instructions on how to operate with 27G instrumentation in a wide range of surgical indications, including vitreous floaters, macular holes, dropped nucleus, retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy, submacular hemorrhage, retinopathy of prematurity and much trauma. All surgeries are approached in cookbook fashion, with initial coverage of the "ingredients" (devices and instruments) and then meticulous description of preparation and performance with supporting photographs, drawings, and videos. In addition, the differences and benefits in comparison with 23G and 25G vitrectomy are highlighted. Small-gauge vitrectomy has radically changed the ways in which vitrectomy is performed. 27G vitrectomy is the most recent and most exciting development in small-gauge vitrectomy. The healing time is faster but the small diameter prolongs the duration of surgery. This obstacle has been overcome with powerful new vitrectomy machines and revolutionary vitreous cutters with two cutting blades making 27G vitrectomy as fast as 25G. This new equipment has expanded the indications for 27G surgeries immensely from detachment surgery to retinopathy of prematurity and the advent of new instruments may make 27G the gold standard in the future. This book, written by authors with huge experience in 27G vitrectomy, will enable surgeons to fully exploit its advantages.
Contents
[publisher supplied] 27G: Development of 27G -- Differences between 27G and 25G /23G -- Disadvantages -- Advantages. Tools for 27G: Devices -- Instruments -- Future Developments / Needs. Techniques for 27G: Endoillumination -- Usage of Vitreous Cutter -- Posterior Hyaloid Detachment -- Membrane Peeling -- Delamination of Diabetic Membranes -- PVR Treatment -- Hemostasis and Marking of Retinal Tears -- Laser Treatment -- Fluid Air Exchange. Surgical Indications: Non Combined Vitrectomy -- Combined Phaco Vitrectomy -- MICVIT (Microincisional Cataract / Vitrectomy) -- Vitrectomy for Floaters -- Macular Pucker -- Macular Hole -- Vitreomacular Traction -- Dropped Nucleous -- Combined 27G PPV + Secondary IOL implantation -- Retinal Detachement -- Diabetic Retinopathy -- Silicone Oil Tamponade -- Silicone Oil Extraction -- Pediatric Vitrectomy -- Vitrectomy for Long Eyes -- Hybrid Procedures.
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Complications during and after cataract surgery : a guide to surgical management

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Ulrich Spandau, Gabor Scharioth. --Heidelberg: Springer , c2014.
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How can one best master a rupture of the posterior capsule during cataract surgery? How should one operate on a dropped nucleus? What is the ideal management for a subluxated intraocular lens? If you are seeking answers to these and similar questions, then this is the book for you. Every surgeon is afraid of complications, but while complications cannot be entirely avoided, it is possible to learn to master them. This practical handbook clearly explains how to manage the various complications t…
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Spandau, Ulrich
Other Authors
Scharioth, Gabor
Responsibility
Ulrich Spandau, Gabor Scharioth
Place of Publication
Heidelberg
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2014
Physical Description
1 online resource (xi, 346 pages)
ISBN
9783642544491 (electronic bk.)
9783642544484
Subjects (MeSH)
Cataract Extraction - adverse effects
Cataract Extraction - methods
Intraoperative Complications - prevention & control
Postoperative Complications - prevention & control
Subjects (LCSH)
Cataract - Surgery - Complications
Abstract
How can one best master a rupture of the posterior capsule during cataract surgery? How should one operate on a dropped nucleus? What is the ideal management for a subluxated intraocular lens? If you are seeking answers to these and similar questions, then this is the book for you. Every surgeon is afraid of complications, but while complications cannot be entirely avoided, it is possible to learn to master them. This practical handbook clearly explains how to manage the various complications that may arise during cataract surgery. It provides the surgeon with clear instructions on how best to proceed in the manner of a cookbook, by first describing the ingredients (equipment) and preparation (planning) and then providing step by step descriptions of technique with the aid of numerous helpful color illustrations and several accompanying surgical videos. Surgical pearls and pitfalls are highlighted.
Contents
Part I. Complication Management Using a Phacoemulsification Machine -- 1. Basics -- 2. Equipment -- 3. Planning for Surgical Complications -- 4. General Surgical Techniques for Anterior Segment Surgery -- 5. Special IOL Fixation Techniques -- 6. Possible Surgeries After Insertion of a Trocar at Pars Plana -- 7. Complication Management for Anterior Segment Cases -- Part II. Complication Management Using a Vitrectomy Machine -- 8. General Surgical Techniques for Posterior Segment Surgery -- 9. Complication Management for Posterior Segment Cases -- 10. Surgical Pearls -- 11. Materials and Companies -- 12. Compilation of All Pits and Pearls.
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Pediatric Retinal Vascular Diseases : From Angiography to Vitrectomy

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Ulrich Spandau, Sang Jin Kim. --Cham: Springer , c2019.
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This book provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on diagnosis, medical and surgical treatments for pediatric retinal vascular conditions, which are leading causes of childhood blindness throughout the world. Experienced ophthalmologists in the field discuss basic knowledge about these diseases and practical aspects of management such as exam under anesthesia, diagnostic approaches including spectral-domain hand-held optical coherence tomography (OCT) and OCT angiography. The reader w…
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Spandau, Ulrich
Other Authors
Kim, Sang Jin
Responsibility
Ulrich Spandau, Sang Jin Kim
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2019
Physical Description
1 online resource (xix, 267 p.) : 301 illus., 248 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030137014
9783030137007 (Print ed.)
9783030137021 (Print ed.)
9783030137038 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Child
Infant
Retinal Diseases - diagnosis
Retinal Diseases - surgery
Retinal Vessels - pathology
Specialty
Pediatrics
Ophthalmology
Abstract
This book provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on diagnosis, medical and surgical treatments for pediatric retinal vascular conditions, which are leading causes of childhood blindness throughout the world. Experienced ophthalmologists in the field discuss basic knowledge about these diseases and practical aspects of management such as exam under anesthesia, diagnostic approaches including spectral-domain hand-held optical coherence tomography (OCT) and OCT angiography. The reader will learn about the recent advances in medical and surgical treatments for pediatric retinal vascular diseases. The surgical treatments, anti-VEGF injections, laser photocoagulation and lens sparing vitrectomy are explained step-by-step and can be observed in several videos. Both the general ophthalmologist who cares for children with retinal diseases and the specialist (pediatric ophthalmologists and vitreoretinal surgeon) will find this book to be an informative resource in providing best care for children with pediatric retinal vascular conditions.
Contents
Part I. Pediatric Retinal Diseases -- 1. Coats Disease -- 2. Norrie Disease -- 3. Incontinentia Pigmenti -- 4. Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy -- 5. Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) -- Part II. Examination -- 6. Fundus Examination -- 7. Wide-Field Fundus Photography -- 8. Angiography of Newborn -- Part III Assessment -- 9. Assessment of ROP Neonates -- 10 Lasercoagulation or Anti-VEGF: What Is the Better Treatment? -- Part IV. Laser Photocoagulation -- 11. Technique of Lasercoagulation -- 12. Angiography Assisted Laser Photocoagulation for Newborn and Children -- 13. Inadequate Laser Coagulation -- Part V. Anti-VEGF Injection -- 14. Size of a Newborn Eye -- 15. Dose of Anti-VEGF Injection in Infants -- 16. Technique of Anti-VEGF Injection -- Part VI. Failure, Recurrence and Follow-Up -- 17. Recurrence and Complications After Laser Coagulation and Anti-VEGF Treatment -- 18. Combined Laser and Anti-VEGF Treatment for Zone I ROP -- 19. Recurrence of ROP After Anti-VEGF Treatment -- 20. Persistence of ROP Disease After Laser Coagulation or Anti-VEGF: What to Do? -- Part VII. Surgery -- 21. Lens-Sparing Vitrectomy (LSV) for ROP Stage 4A and B -- 22. Scleral Buckling for ROP Stage 4A and 4B -- 23. Posterior Hyaloid Contraction Syndrome -- 24. Retinal Detachment Stage 4A and 4B with Fibrovascular Membranes -- 25. Stage 5 ROP -- 26. Visual Outcome of Very Preterm Neonates at 6.5 Years of Age -- Part VIII. Case Series Reports -- 27. Pediatric Retinal Diseases -- 28. Treatment Failures of ROP Disease -- 29. Interesting Case Reports in ROP from the Literature.
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Practical Handbook for Small-Gauge Vitrectomy : A Step-By-Step Introduction to Surgical Techniques

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Ulrich Spandau, Heinrich Heimann. (Second edition) --Cham: Springer , c2018.
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Since publication of the first edition of this book in 2012 vitreoretinal surgery has marched with huge steps forward. In 2012 23G was standard, today 25G and 27G are the most commonly used gauge sizes for vitrectomy. In 2012 the cutting rate was 5.000 cuts/min and today with the development of a novel vitreous cutter the cutting rate has increased to 16.000 cuts/min. The advent of 25G/27G made the instruments smaller and surgery less traumatic. Practical Handbook for Small-Gauge Vitrectomy: A …
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Spandau, Ulrich
Other Authors
Heimann, Heinrich
Responsibility
Ulrich Spandau, Heinrich Heimann
Edition
Second edition
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2018
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxvii, 387 p.) : 384 illus., 363 illus. in color
ISBN
9783319896779
9783319896762 (print ed.)
9783319896786 (print ed.)
9783030078294 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Eye Injuries - surgery
Retinal Diseases - surgery
Suture Techniques
Vitrectomy - methods
Vitreous Body - surgery
Specialty
Ophthalmology
Surgical Procedures, Operative
Abstract
Since publication of the first edition of this book in 2012 vitreoretinal surgery has marched with huge steps forward. In 2012 23G was standard, today 25G and 27G are the most commonly used gauge sizes for vitrectomy. In 2012 the cutting rate was 5.000 cuts/min and today with the development of a novel vitreous cutter the cutting rate has increased to 16.000 cuts/min. The advent of 25G/27G made the instruments smaller and surgery less traumatic. Practical Handbook for Small-Gauge Vitrectomy: A Step-By-Step Introduction to Surgical Techniques, 2nd Edition focuses on these new developments and features new chapters on PVR detachment, intraocular tumour, macular translocation, sub macular hemorrhages and ocular trauma. The surgeries are demonstrated step-by-step and the material is shown in detail and videos visualize the surgery.This book will serve as an immensely useful guide for all surgeons who are intending to make use of this exciting and increasingly used technique.
Contents
Part I. Introduction to Small-Gauge Vitrectomy -- 1. Introduction to Small-Gauge Vitrectomy -- Part II. Equipment -- 2. Equipment -- Part III. Fundamentals of Pars Plana Vitrectomy -- 3. Fundamentals to Pars Plana Vitrectomy -- 4. Pars Plana Vitrectomy for Beginners -- Part IV. Silicone Oil Injection and Removal -- 5. Silicone Oil Tamponade -- 6. Silicone Oil, Densiron 68®, and Oxane Hd® Removal -- Part V. Macular Peeling -- 7. Vitrectomy for Macular Peeling -- Part VI. Secondary IOL Implantation 8. Dislocated IOL Extraction and Secondary IOL Implantation -- Part VII. Dropped Nucleus -- 9. Dropped Nucleus (Posterior Dislocated Nucleus) -- Part VIII. Retinal Detachment -- 10. Usage of a Chandelier Light -- 11. Episcleral Buckling for Detachment Surgery with BIOM -- 12. Vitrectomy for Easy Retinal Detachment -- 13. Vitrectomy for Difficult Retinal Detachment (PVR) -- Part IX. Diabetic Retinopathy -- 14. Easy Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy -- 15. Difficult Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy -- Part X. Submacular Hemorrhage -- 16. Submacular Hemorrhage Secondary to CNV -- 17. Submacular Hemorrhage Secondary to Arterial Macroaneurysm -- Part XI. Endophthalmitis and Intraocular Tumor Biopsy -- 18. Endophthalmitis -- 19. Intraocular Tumor Biopsies -- Part XII. Macular Translocation and Choroidal Detachment -- 20. Macular Translocation -- 21. Choroidal Detachment: Surgical Management of a Serous Choroidal Detachment -- Part XIII. Trauma -- 22. Open Globe Injury -- 23. Surgical Management of a Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage (SCH) -- 24. Penetrating Eye Injury by Metal Intraocular Foreign Bodies (IOFB): Delayed and Stepwise Surgery -- 25. FAQ.
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Practical Handbook for Small-Gauge Vitrectomy : A Step-By-Step Introduction to Surgical Techniques

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Ulrich Spandau, Heinrich Heimann. --Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer , c2012.
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Since the development of 23G vitrectomy in 2004, the technique has revolutionized retinal surgery by overcoming a number of the problems associated with 20G and 25G systems and offering significant improvements in surgical capability and fluidics. This important book first discusses the instruments and equipment employed in 23G vitrectomy and then explains, step by step, the various surgical techniques with the aid of informative diagrams and many high-quality photos. In addition, videos are in…
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Spandau, Ulrich
Other Authors
Heimann, Heinrich
Responsibility
Ulrich Spandau, Heinrich Heimann
Place of Publication
Berlin, Heidelberg
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2012
Physical Description
1 online resource (xix, 186 p. : 159 ill., 151 ill. in color)
ISBN
9783642232947
Subjects (MeSH)
Vitrectomy - methods
Subjects (LCSH)
Ophthalmology
Abstract
Since the development of 23G vitrectomy in 2004, the technique has revolutionized retinal surgery by overcoming a number of the problems associated with 20G and 25G systems and offering significant improvements in surgical capability and fluidics. This important book first discusses the instruments and equipment employed in 23G vitrectomy and then explains, step by step, the various surgical techniques with the aid of informative diagrams and many high-quality photos. In addition, videos are included that document the different procedures, from the straightforward to the demanding. This book will serve as an immensely useful guide for all surgeons who are intending to make use of this exciting and increasingly used technique.
Contents
[Machine generated contents note] 1. Introduction to Small-Gauge Vitrectomy -- 1.1. History -- 1.2. Key Features of `Micro-Incision Vitrectomy Surgery (MIVS)’ -- 1.2.1. Sutureless sclerotomy -- 1.2.2. Trocar -- 1.2.3. Bimanual Surgery -- 2. Equipment -- 2.1. Devices -- 2.1.1. Operating Microscope -- 2.1.2. Binocular Indirect Ophthalmo Microscope (BIOM System) -- 2.1.3. Vitrectomy Machine -- 2.1.4. Laser Device -- 2.1.5. Cryo Console -- 2.1.6. Light Source -- 2.2. Standard Instruments for Pars Plana Vitrectomy -- 2.2.1. Instruments for Macular Surgery -- 2.2.2. Instruments for Peeling for Diabetic Retinopathy and Traction Retinal Detachment with PVR -- 2.3. What Instruments Are Needed for Different Interventions? -- 2.4. Gases and Liquids -- 2.4.1. Perfluorocarbon -- 2.4.2. Air -- 2.4.3. Expanding Gases -- 2.4.4. Light Silicone Oils -- 2.4.5. Heavy Silicone Oils (Densiron 68® and Oxane Hd®) -- 2.5. Dyes for Vitreous and Membranes -- 2.5.1. Staining of the Vitreous -- 2.5.2. Staining of Epiretinal Membranes -- 2.5.3. Staining of the Inner Limiting Membrane (ILM) -- 3. General Considerations and Techniques of Pars Plana Vitrectomy -- 3.1. General Considerations -- 3.2. Patient Selection -- 3.3. Recommended Learning Steps for Beginners -- 3.4. Complicated Surgeries for Advanced Surgeons -- 3.5. Anaesthesia -- 3.6. Combined Surgery: Phaco/IOL and Pars Plana Vitrectomy -- 3.7. 3-Port or 4-Port Vitrectomy -- 3.7.1. Conventional 3-Port 23-Gauge Vitrectomy -- 3.7.2. Bimanual 4-Port 23-Gauge Vitrectomy -- 4. Special Techniques for Pars Plana Vitrectomy -- 4.1. Topography in Vitrectomy -- 4.2. Pars Plana Vitrectomy Step by Step -- References -- 5. Conventional Vitrectomy with 3-Port Trocar Setup -- 5.1. Silicone Oil, Densiron 68® and Oxane Hd® Removal -- 5.2. Vitreous Haemorrhage -- 5.3. Epiretinal Membranes and Macular Holes -- 5.4. 25-Gauge Macular Peeling -- Reference -- 6. Bimanual Vitrectomy with 4-Port Trocar System -- 6.1. Insertion of Chandelier Light -- 7. Diabetic Retinopathy -- 7.1. Easy Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy -- 7.2. Complicated Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (PDVR) -- 8. Dislocated Intracoular Lens (IOL) and Dropped Nucleus -- 8.1. Dislocation of the IOL with Capsular Bag due to Zonulolysis -- 8.2. Dropped Nucleus -- 9. Endophthalmitis -- Reference -- 10. Retinal Detachment -- 10.1. Detachment Surgery -- 10.2. Retinal Detachment Complicated by Proliferative Vitreoretiuopathy (PVR) -- References -- 11. Trauma -- 11.1. Penetrating Eye Injury by Metal Intraocular Foreign Bodies (IOFB) -- 11.2. Suprachoroidal Haemorrhage -- 12. Surgical Pearls -- Appendix -- A.1. Materials -- A.2. Company Addresses -- A.3. Instrument Set for PPV (combined and not combined) -- A.4. List of Important Pits & Pearls (P&P).
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Small-Gauge Vitrectomy for Diabetic Retinopathy

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Ulrich Spandau, Zoran Tomic. --Cham: Springer , c2015.
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This book describes step by step how to operate on the patient with diabetic retinopathy. After thorough explanation of surgical planning, including the potential need to perform individual procedures at different time points, each stage of the vitrectomy is clearly documented with the aid of color photographs and drawings as well as online surgical videos. Variations in approach are described that are potentially of value, depending on whether one is dealing with a straightforward diabetic ret…
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Spandau, Ulrich
Other Authors
Tomic, Zoran
Responsibility
Ulrich Spandau, Zoran Tomic
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2015
Physical Description
1 online resource (xviii, 396 p. : 479 illus., 453 illus. in color)
ISBN
9783319147871
9783319147864 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Diabetic Retinopathy - surgery
Suture Techniques
Vitrectomy - methods
Abstract
This book describes step by step how to operate on the patient with diabetic retinopathy. After thorough explanation of surgical planning, including the potential need to perform individual procedures at different time points, each stage of the vitrectomy is clearly documented with the aid of color photographs and drawings as well as online surgical videos. Variations in approach are described that are potentially of value, depending on whether one is dealing with a straightforward diabetic retinopathy or a difficult case of tractional retinal detachment. In the second part of the book, a series of case reports are presented that illustrate the surgical procedures applicable in different circumstances. In addition, pearls and pitfalls are highlighted. Small-Gauge Vitrectomy for Diabetic Retinopathy will be an ideal source of information and guidance for all who are embarking upon such surgery or wish to further hone their skills.
Contents
[publisher supplied] Introduction -- Surgical Planning -- Anaesthesia -- Instruments -- Surgical Techniques for Diabetic Retinopathy -- Combined Phacoemulsification and Anti-VEGF Treatment -- Easy Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy -- Difficult Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy -- Neovascular Glaucoma -- Case Reports -- Pits & Pearls -- Surgical Materials -- Companies.
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Trocar Surgery for Cataract Surgeons : From Dislocated IOL to Dropped Nucleus

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Ulrich Spandau. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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This book describes how trocar cannulas can be utilized by cataract surgeons in the treatment of complications of cataract injuries. Cataract is still the first cause of blindness in the world, and as such, complications inevitably occur during and after surgery. Trocar surgery has the potential to revolutionize anterior segment surgery, demonstrated here as an easy-to-use technique for conquering the pars plana region. This book describes the simple technique of trocar surgery utilizing trocar…
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Spandau, Ulrich
Responsibility
Ulrich Spandau
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xviii, 182 p.) : 184 illus., 172 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030360931
9783030360924 (Print ed.)
9783030360948 (Print ed.)
9783030360955 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Anterior Eye Segment - surgery
Eye Injuries - surgery
Posterior Eye Segment - surgery
Surgical Instruments
Specialty
Ophthalmology
Surgical Procedures, Operative
Abstract
This book describes how trocar cannulas can be utilized by cataract surgeons in the treatment of complications of cataract injuries. Cataract is still the first cause of blindness in the world, and as such, complications inevitably occur during and after surgery. Trocar surgery has the potential to revolutionize anterior segment surgery, demonstrated here as an easy-to-use technique for conquering the pars plana region. This book describes the simple technique of trocar surgery utilizing trocar cannulas with clear and precise diagrams and video content, making it easy to learn and implement for cataract surgeons. Trocar Surgery for Cataract Surgeons systematically details how trocar surgery can be used to expand the surgical spectrum for cataract surgeons and provide the basis for novel surgical techniques in the field. The videos of this book are available at the Springer Link website.
Contents
Part I. Introduction to Trocar Surgery -- 1. What Is Trocar Surgery? -- Part II. Equipment and Fundamentals About Trocar Surgery -- 2. Equipment for Surgery of Anterior Segment -- 3. Setup and Basics About Trocar Surgery -- 4. Basics of Anterior Vitrectomy -- 5. Anaesthesia -- Part III. Trocar Based Surgeries of Anterior Segment -- 6. Check List for Trocar-Based Surgeries of Anterior Segment -- 7. The Surgical Technique of Insertion of Trocar Cannulas -- 8. The Surgical Technique of Anterior Vitrectomy from Pars Plana -- 9. Surgical Management of Dislocated Cortical Fragments -- 10. Surgical Management of Posterior Capsular Opacification from Pars Plana -- 11. Surgical Management of Positive Vitreous Pressure (PVP) During Cataract Surgery -- 12. Surgical Management of a Dropping Nucleus -- 13. Surgical Management of a Posterior Capsular Rent (PCR) -- 14. Surgical Technique of IOL Implantation in Eyes with Posterior Capsular Rent -- 15. Surgical Management of Zonular Lysis -- 16. Surgical Management of Anterior Dislocated IOL with Retropupillar Artisan Implantation -- 17. Surgical Management of Vitreous Prolapse Secondary to Ocular Trauma -- Part IV. Trocar Surgery of Posterior Segment -- 18. Introduction and Possible Indications for Trocar Surgery of Posterior Segment -- 19. Equipment for Trocar Surgery of Posterior Segment -- 20. Surgical Management of a Dropping and Dropped Nucleus -- 21. Posterior Dislocated IOL -- 22. Scleral Fixation of a 3-Piece IOL -- Part V. General Surgical Techniques -- 23. Small Incision Cataract Surgery (SICS = Modified ECCE) -- 24. Pars Plana Vitrectomy Step-by-Step.
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