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ISBN-13:
9783540266785
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
324
Autor:
Thomas Kohnen
Serie:
Essentials in Ophthalmology
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
1 - PDF Watermark
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

"The topic of the second volume of the series in "Essentials in Ophthalmology" is cataract and refractive surgery, a realm of ophthalmic care that has undergone revolutionary changes in the past 10 years. Worldwide, the removal of the opaque crystalline lens is the most frequently performed surgical intervention in the human body, and refractive surgery encompasses an increasing array of procedures with rapidly growing surgical volumes. The goal of the editors of this book has been to provide up-to-date clinically relevant overviews and to highlight the most interesting fields of research and controversy.The first half of the book focuses on new cataract surgical techniques and devices, including topical anaesthesia, small incision cataract surgery, modern intraocular lenses and ophthalmic viscosurgical devices. Special attention is devoted to difficult situations, such as mature, uveitic and pediatric cataracts, and to the prevention and management of complications.The second half of the book describes current and evolving modalities - both corneal and lenticular - to correct human refractive errors. Particular emphasis is placed on topics related to quality of vision, such as wavefront technology, measuring quality of vision, and issues in pupil measurement. Many of these topics pertain also to cataract surgery, indicating the merging of technologies that is occurring in these two major ophthalmic subspecialties. TOC:Cataract Surgery: Topical and intracameral anaesthesia for cataract surgery; Surgical techniques for small incision cataract surgery; Ophthalmic viscoelastic devices (OVD); Foldable intraocular lenses; "Accommodative" intraocular lenses; Prevention of posterior capsular opacification; Management of mature cataract; The treatment of uveitic cataracts; Pediatric cataract surgery; Prevention and treatment of postcataract surgery infection.- Refractive Surgery: Future trends in refractive surgery; LASIK - Laser in situ Keratomileusis; LASEK vs PRK.- Refractive keratotomy: Does it have a future role in refractive surgery?; Phakic intraocular lenses; Refractive lens exchange; The concept of wavefront-guided corneal surgery; The pupil and refractive surgery; Quality of vision after refractive surgery."
Topical and Intracameral Anaesthesia for Cataract Surgery.- Surgical Techniques for Small Incision Cataract Surgery.- Ophthalmic Viscosurgical Devices.- Foldable Intraocular Lenses.- "Accommodative" IOLs.- Prevention of Posterior Capsule Opacification.- Management of the Mature Cataract.- The Treatment of Uveitic Cataract.- Paediatric Cataract Surgery.- Prevention and Treatment of Post-cataract Surgery Infection.- Future Trends in Refractive Surgery.- LASIK - Laser In Situ Keratomileusis.- Lasek vs PRK.- Refractive Keratotomy: Does It Have a Future Role in Refractive Surgery?.- Phakic Intraocular Lenses.- Refractive Lens Exchange.- The Concept of Wavefront-Guided Corneal Surgery.- The Pupil and Refractive Surgery.- Quality of Vision After Refractive Surgery.
Essentials in Ophthalmology is a new review se- worthy advances in the subspecialty than on ries covering all of ophthalmology categorized systematic completeness. Each article is str- in eight subspecialties. It will be published quar- tured in a standardized format and length,with terly; thus each subspecialty will be reviewed citations for additional reading and an app- biannually. priate number of illustrations to enhance im- Given the multiplicity of medical publica- portant points. Since every subspecialty volume tions already available, why is a new series is issued in a recurring sequence during the needed? Consider that the half-life of medical 2-year cycle, the reader has the opportunity to knowledge is estimated to be around 5 years. focus on the progress in a particular subspecial- Moreover, it can be as long as 8 years between ty or to be updated on the whole field. The cl- the description of a medical innovation in a ical relevance of all material presented will be peer-reviewed scientific journal and publica- well established,so application to clinical pr- tion in a medical textbook. A series that narrows tice can be made with confidence. this time span between journal and textbook This new series will earn space on the bo- would provide a more rapid and efficient trans- shelves of those ophthalmologists who seek to fer of medical knowledge into clinical practice, maintain the timeliness and relevance of their and enhance care of our patients. clinical practice.