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Georg Thieme Verlag. Stuttgart, New York, Rather than being just another hastily written text on cataract surgery, this book instead represents a most useful resource.
Courses and symposia on complications and complicated cases in cataract surgery have always proved extremely popular and are well attended at major meetings. This book fills a gap by providing a resource through which to seek more thorough advice whilst at home. Starting out in cataract surgery is always complicated for new surgeons. As the skills of the surgeon develop, the surgery itself gradually becomes less and less problematic, until complications are seen as very rare occurrences. This book will find potential readers at every juncture along the cataract surgeon's educational line, and it may make passage along that line easier, quicker and much more enjoyable, in that it will help to facilitate either the avoidance or the management of complications.
Cataract surgery consists of a series of basic processes: anaesthesia, wound construction, pupillary access, capsulorrhexis, cataract mobilization, phaco techniques and intraocular lens IOL implantation.
The book is well designed, giving a chapter to each of these processes and thereby making it easy to look up advice on a particular technique or complication. Its content has been sourced from a series of excellent surgeons, known either for their development of particular techniques or for their educational skills and input. The text does not set out to present any particular technique as superior, but, rather, aims to point out pitfalls and to offer advice on how to avoid and master complications, whether they be general or related to particular techniques. It includes individual chapters dedicated to situations where cataract surgery may be considered complicated right from the start, such as in cases involving corneal problems, compromised zonules, white or soft cataracts, cataracts associated with glaucoma and complications relating to the posterior segment.
The book closes with four separate chapters, each of which presents the pearls of wisdom of a different surgeon on how to recognize, avoid or master certain situations that may lead to complications. It is not invalid to suggest that the reader should approach the text backwards and use it subsequently as a reference source for particular problems. As the key to recognizing problems is to understand proper surgical technique, the authors begin with a discussion of the correct procedure, and then go on to evaluate potential complications, where they occur, and how to treat them.
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Solutions are provided for all situations, from simple problems to the most complex--all described by a who's who of leading specialists and educators. From phacoemulsification problems and vitrectomy, to hydrodissection, hydrodileneation, and phaco-trabeculectomy complications, this outstanding guide is essential for anybody performing cataract surgery. Shows correct surgical techniques so that complications can be seen in the appropriate clinical contextNearly detailed, full-color illustrations clarify all concepts and help you visualize key pointsOffers tips on anticipating problems that lead to complicationsProvides detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to manage problems after they occurHere is the definitive text for avoiding and treating all types of complications of phacoemulsification, as well as a reliable reference on standard surgical techniques.
The information provided is essential for all ophthalmologists, eye surgeons, clinicians, and residents who need a thorough understanding of the surgical techniques and complication avoidance that will most benefit their patients.
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