Cataract and Refractive Surgery: Progress III (Google eBook)

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Thomas Kohnen, Douglas Donald Koch
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 10, 2008 - Medical - 122 pages
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The Essentials in Ophthalmology series represents readership acceptance of the first two series, each of an unique updating publication on the progress in all eight volumes. This is a success that was made p- subspecialties of ophthalmology. sible predominantly by the numerous opinion-leading In a quarterly rhythm, eight issues are published authors and the outstanding section editors, as well as covering clinically relevant achievements in the whole with the constructive support of the publisher. There field of ophthalmology. This timely transfer of advance- are many good reasons to continue and still improve ments for the best possible care of our eye patients has the dissemination of this didactic and clinically r- proven to be effective. The initial working hypothesis of evant information. providing new knowledge immediately following p- lication in the peer-reviewed journal and not waiting G.K. Krieglstein for the textbook appears to be highly workable. R.N. Weinreb We are now entering the third cycle of the Essentials Series Editors in Ophthalmology series, having been encouraged by September 2008 Preface We are pleased to share with our readers this Third uncorrected and, in one instance, corrected vision. Edition of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, less than Topics in corneal refractive surgery include disc- three years from publication of the Second Edition. sion of the management of higher order aberrations The dramatic pace of change in cataract and refractive and corneal procedures for treating presbyopia.
  

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Contents

Anterior Segment Imaging
1
12 PlacidoDisc Based Imaging
2
15 ArcScanning Ultrasound
3
16 Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging
4
172 Refractive Surgery
7
173 Biometry
8
References
9
Microincisional Lens Surgery
11
44 Conclusion
63
References
65
Toric Intraocular Lenses for Correction of Astigmatism in Primary Cataract Surgery
67
513 Surgical Correction of Astigmatism
70
53 Handling of TIOL
71
532 TIOL Calculation
72
534 FollowUp
76
542 Residual Astigmatism
79

22 MICS Definition
12
24 Our Surgical Technique Step by Step
13
244 MICS Hydrodissection Hydrodelineation
14
246 MICS Phacoemulsification and Removal Section
15
25 Flat Instruments Concept
17
Creating a Balanced Fluidics Environment
19
282 Outcome of the Incision
20
283 Astigmatism Control with MICS
21
29 End of the Surgery
23
210 Future of MICS
24
Capsular Tension Rings
27
32 Applications and Designs
28
322 The CTR as a Surgical Tool
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3223 Posterior Capsulorhexis
30
323 Modified CTR for Special Purposes
31
3232 CTRs for Sulcus Suture Fixation
32
3233 Capsular Tension Segments
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324 The CTR as a Measuring Gauge
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325 CTRs and AfterCataract Formation
35
326 The Capsular Bending Ring
36
327 FullCircle Capsular Bending Rings
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33 Surgical Technique
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333 Sizing of the Capsulorhexis
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3422 Sub Luxation of CTRIOLBag Complex
42
Intraocular Lens Complications and Management
45
422 Causes
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43 Management of the Malpositioned IOL
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Surgical Principles
50
4321 Capsular Fixation
51
4323 Iris Sutured Repositioning
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433 IOL Explantation and ExchangeSurgical Principles
60
WavefrontModified IOLs
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622 Aspheric IOLs
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63 Custom Selection of Aspheric IOLs
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632 Custom Selection of Aspheric IOLs in Eyes Following MyopicPRK
85
633 Custom Selection of Aspheric IOLs in Eyes Following Hyperopic LASIKPRK
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64 DecentrationTilt of Aspheric IOL
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65 Depth of Focus with Aspheric IOLs
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66 Clinical Outcome of Aspheric IOLs
90
67 Conclusion
92
How Should We Manipulate HigherOrder Aberrations After Refractive Surgery?
94
72 Role of HigherOrder Aberrations After Refractive Surgery on Visual Performance
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731 WavefrontGuided Laser Profiles
97
References
98
Current State of Accommodation Research
101
8212 Zonular Fibers
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83 Neural Control of Accommodation
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84 PseudoAccomodation
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Origin
105
8523 Multifactorial Origin of Presbyopia
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87 Surgical Restoration of Accommodation in the Presbyopic Eye
107
References
108
Corneal Approaches to the Treatment of Presbyopia
111
922 Patient Selection
112
93 Multifocal Presbyopic LASIK
113
932 Outcome
114
94 Intracorneal Inlays
115
95 Conductive Keratoplasty
116
952 Outcome
117
References
118
Index
119
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