Manual of Practical Cataract Surgery

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Feb 182019
 

– This manual provides a simplified procedure to the trainee ophthalmologist to perform manual phaco (SICS) to meet the pressures of high volume surgeries. It is the most dependable procedure as it requires minimum instruments as well as time. It guides about how to avert complications by making the beginners understand how each and every step should be performed in every procedure so as to have the desired or undesired effect – It explains to act in a planned extracapsular cataract extraction with IOL and also capsulorhexis procedure is described with drawings to understand a rectifying method in case rhexis is smaller or irregular

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Manual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis 9th Edition

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Feb 102019
 

Manual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis, 9th edition is a classic guide that provides a thorough update to basic eye examination techniques and the use of instruments and major ophthalmic disorders. Its popular approach takes the reader through the eye exam, covering anatomy, differential diagnosis, and treatment.

Lavishly illustrated with over 550 color and black and white images, this accessible introductory text is designed for students who need a concise and thorough introduction to this complex and ever-changing specialty.

Students and trainees across the healthcare professions will welcome the practical approach which focuses on the most commonly encountered eye diseases, their examination and treatment.

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Evidence-based Ophthalmology

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Feb 092019
 

Evidence-Based Ophthalmology offers a unique approach to managing eye disease. From systematic reviewing of evidence, this book provides an overview of techniques for optimum management in key areas, including glaucoma, cataract and retinal disease – an invaluable reference source for practitioners worldwide representing an important contribution to the literature.Key FeaturesInternational authorship by leading Cochrane participants An unbiased method for summarising and disseminating the evidence Identifies gaps in evidence, and therefore research opportunities Free-access update website giving the latest trial data and recommendations for implementation in practiceIncludes a free fully searchable CD-ROMContent: Chapter 1 Finding the Evidence (pages 1–6): Kay DickersinChapter 2 Synthesising the Evidence (pages 7–10): Jennifer EvansChapter 3 Evidence in Practice (pages 11–13): Richard WormaldChapter 4 Allergic Conjunctivitis (pages 17–32): Christopher G Owen, Katherine Henshaw, Liam Smeeth and Aziz SheikhChapter 5 Acute Bacterial Conjunctivitis (pages 33–35): Aziz SheikhChapter 6 Viral Conjunctivitis (pages 37–39): Hazel EverittChapter 7 Screening Older People for Impaired Vision (pages 41–43): Liarn SrneethChapter 8 Congenital and Infantile Cataract (pages 47–51): Jugnoo S RahiChapter 9 Congenital Glaucoma (pages 53–56): Maria Papadopoulos and PT KhawChapter 10 Retinopathy of Prematurity (pages 57–69): Clare GilbertChapter 11 Ophthalmia Neonatorum (pages 71–79): Jane MoseleyChapter 12 Unilateral Amblyopia (pages 81–85): Cathy WilliamsChapter 13 Infantile Esotropia (pages 87–89): Lorraine Cassidy and Jugnoo S RahiChapter 14 Accommodative Esotropia (pages 91–94): Michael ClarkeChapter 15 Childhood Exotropia (pages 95–99): Sarah Richardson and Lawrence GnanarajChapter 16 Prevention of Myopia Progression (pages 101–108): Ian FlitcroftChapter 17 Entropion and Ectropion (pages 111–113): Kostas G Boboridis and Michael J WearneChapter 18 Thyroid Eye Disease (pages 115–117): Michael J Wearne and Silvia WengrowiczChapter 19 Lacrimal Obstruction (pages 119–122): Vinidh Paler, Andrew K Robson and Michael BearnChapter 20 Trachoma (pages 125–128): Denise MabeyChapter 21 Corneal Abrasion and Recurrent Erosion (pages 129–135): David F AndersonChapter 22 Herpes Simplex Keratitis (pages 137–143): Alonso RodriguezChapter 23 Suppurative Keratitis (pages 145–153): Stephanie L WatsonChapter 24 Ocular Toxoplasmosis (pages 157–160): Carlos PavesioChapter 25 Onchocerciasis (pages 161–165): Henry EjereChapter 26 Idiopathic (Autoimmune) Sight?Threatening Uveitis (pages 167–173): Philip I MurrayChapter 27 Cytomegalovirus Retinitis in Patients with AIDS (pages 175–189): Adnan TufailChapter 28 Anterior Uveitis (pages 191–194): Nicholas P JonesChapter 29 Primary Open Angle Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension (pages 197–203): Richard Wormald and Rajiv ShahChapter 30 Acute and Chronic Angle Closure Glaucoma (pages 205–209): Richard Wormald and Rajiv ShahChapter 31 Modification of Wound Healing in Glaucoma Drainage Surgery (pages 211–217): JF Kirwan and Richard WormaldChapter 32 Cataract Surgical Techniques (pages 221–242): Jodhbir S MehtaChapter 33 Intraocular Lens Implant Biocompatibiiity (pages 243–258): Emma HollickChapter 34 Multifocal and Monofocal Intraocular Lenses (pages 259–268): Martin LeylandChapter 35 Perioperative Management of Cataract Surgery (pages 267–285): Vincenzo MaurinoChapter 36 Age?Related Macular Degeneration (pages 289–300): Jennifer EvansChapter 37 Treatment of Lattice Degeneration and Asymptomatic Retinal Breaks to Prevent Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment (pages 301–302): Charles P WilkinsonChapter 38 Surgery for Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy (pages 303–305): David G CharterisChapter 39 Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment (pages 307–315): Graham Duguid and Sarit Lesnik?ObersteinChapter 40 Surgical Management of Full?Thickness Macular Hole (pages 317–321): Eric EzraChapter 41 Retinal Vein Occlusion (pages 323–328): Heather BaldwinChapter 42 Medical Interventions for Diabetic Retinopathy (pages 331–339): Bernd Richter and Eva KohnerChapter 43 Photocoagulation for Sight Threatening Diabetic Retinopathy (pages 341–345): Jonathan GF DowlerChapter 44 Vitrectomy for Diabetic Retinopathy (pages 347–350): Paul Sullivan and Alistair LaidlawChapter 45 Optic Neuritis (pages 353–356): Simon J HickmanChapter 46 Arteritic and Non?Arteritic Anterior Ischaemic Optic Neuropathy (pages 357–362): Ahmed ToosyChapter 47 Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (pages 363–365): Christian J Lueck and Gawn G McllwaineChapter 48 Toxic and Nutritional Optic Neuropathies (pages 367–369): Fion BremnerChapter 49 Traumatic Optic Neuropathy (pages 371–372): Andrew S JacksChapter 50 Ocular Adnexal and Orbital Tumours (pages 375–381): Santosh G Honavar and Arun D SinghChapter 51 Uveal Melanoma (pages 383–385): Arun D Singh, Paul A Rundle and Ian G RennieChapter 52 Retinoblastoma (pages 387–391): Arun D SinghChapter 53 Vision Rehabilitation (pages 359–399): Gary Rubin
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The Foundations of Iridology: The Eyes as the Key to Your Genetic Health Profile

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Feb 022019
 

A complete guide to decoding the iris to reveal health predispositions for prevention and early treatment

• Details the fundamental reflex signs of iridology and how to identify constitutional strengths and weaknesses in the stroma, pigments, and capillaries of the eyes as well as read energy patterns in pupil tone
• Explores the history and development of iridology from the 18th century to today
• Includes analysis of real case studies with full-color photos and illustrations

The iris of your eye is a personal and unique identifier that expresses much more about us than we can imagine. Through detailed observation of the irises’ stroma, pigments, and capillaries, you can determine a person’s constitutional strengths and weaknesses and gain insight into their genetic predisposition to certain illnesses as well as preventive and treatment options that would be most effective. By reading the iris, practitioners of natural medicine can interpret the signs that reveal a client’s lifestyle choices and use this knowledge to make enlightened decisions regarding the client’s health plan and how to help them realize their full potential.

In this full-color guide, Gustau Pau, an iridologist with more than 35 years of experience, details the chromatic scale and signs expressed in the eyes and how to use them to identify organs and their function as well as susceptibility to specific ailments. He explores the history and development of iridology from Hildegard von Bingen’s work on healing to 18th-century European scientists, including Ignaz von Peczely, the father of modern iridology. He reveals recent iridology developments on identifying genetically inherited physical traits, explaining how individuals can use this insight to make nutritional and lifestyle choices that will offset inherited weaknesses and bolster strengths. Focusing on the digestive system, he shows how the pupillary zone can reveal digestive function and demonstrates how diet is responsible for causing many diseases. The author also explores miasmas in the eyes, includes methods for reading energy patterns in pupil tone, and offers the scientific explanation for the old contention that the “eyes are the windows of the soul.”

Illustrating the fundamental signs that iridologists use for reference, Pau provides sample iridographies and real case studies with photos and diagrams. Explaining how scientific research on the eye has not yet caught up with the innovations of iridology, he shows how the eyes reveal both our internal state and future health and have a much broader role in the body that we are only now just discovering.

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Clinical Pathways in Neuro-Ophthalmology: An Evidence-Based Approach, 2nd edition

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Jan 232019
 

Written by an ophthalmologist and a neurologist with more than 30 years experience between them, this is the first book devoted specifically to differential diagnosis in neuro-ophthalmology. The expanded and updated second edition uses an evidence-based approach to link symptoms to specific findings, and covers all major advances in the field.
The book utilizes a series of easy-to-follow pathways – supported by helpful tables and expertly written text – to help you walk through any clinical situation and confidently reach a diagnosis. Topics covered include: optic neuritis, diplopia, lid retraction, nerve palsies, and much more!

Benefit from these key features:
Emphasis on cost-effective, evidence-based techniques
Coverage of new topics such as optic nerve glioma, meningiomas, and papilledema
Valuable tables of pathologies and clinical findings that help detect unusual signs and avoid common misinterpretations
Practical, easy-to-use format written with the front line clinician in mind
Thousands of useful and updated references
This book is an invaluable resource for all ophthalmologists, neurosurgeons, and neurologists who need the latest diagnostic and treatment techniques for neuro-ophthalmologic disorders. Residents and students will find it an outstanding introduction to the field.

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Ultrasonography in Ophthalmology 14: Proceedings of the 14th SIDUO Congress, Tokyo, Japan 1992

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Jan 162019
 

Ultrasonography in Ophthalmology 14 presents a selection of the papers presented at the 14th SIDUO Congress, Tokyo, Japan, 1992. The papers have been grouped into the following subjects: instrumentation and techniques, biometric ultrasound, diagnosis of intraocular disease, and diagnosis of orbital and periorbital disease. Audience: All those involved in ophthalmic ultrasonography.
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History of Ophthalmology: Sub auspiciis Academiae Ophthalmologicae Internationalis

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Jan 142019
 

`I do recommend not only this volume but earlier and future volumes as well.’Acta Ophthalmologica Scandinavica (1996)
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Innovative Approaches in the Delivery of Primary and Secondary Eye Care

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Dec 312018
 

This unique book will provide readers with an understanding of innovative models of delivering both primary and secondary eye care, focusing not just on providing quality care itself, but on best practices to provide and strengthen comprehensive eye care services. A wide variety of conditions will be addressed in Innovative Approaches in the Delivery of Primary and Secondary Eye Care, including childhood blindness, cataract, diabetic retinopathy, age related macular degeneration, and refractive errors. Detailed descriptions of various models are presented for each condition, which are then followed by a discussion for incorporating integrated eye care services; highlighting the importance of health system approach in comprehensive eye care. Finally, this book provides detailed strategies to address the current practical challenges related to human resources in eye care, and methods to ensure financial sustainability in the delivery of comprehensive care. Each chapter is illustrated for understanding and clarity, and provides easy-to-read tables to further enrich the text. Covering existing models of delivering care, with a look to the future, Innovative Approaches in the Delivery of Primary and Secondary Eye Care is designed for practicing ophthalmologists, residents, public health specialists and all other affiliated professionals dedicated to strengthening avenues of integrated, comprehensive eye care.
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An Eye on Numbers: A Ready Reckoner in Ophthalmology

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Nov 302018
 

It took a simple question from an undergraduate student, “What is the weight of the cornea?” during a keratoplasty surgery that prompted the writing of this book on simple numerical facts and figures to do with the eye. What began as a small personal handbook, saw thousands of additions made along the way as I traveled through various ophthalmology textbooks: measurements, values, dimensions, calculations, dosages, tables and nomograms, new drug additions, conversion charts used by ophthalmologists and optometrists in day-to-day practice. There is also a tribute to some of the pioneers of the field through a dateline of their achievements. This handbook ends the search for facts and numbers from a multitude of textbooks. The major benefactors would be postgraduate students, particularly those quizzed on rounds. Exam-goers will save precious time hunting for important information, drug dosages and thousands of bits of ‘important’ information. Chapters are initially divided anatomically and later by subject in keeping with an easy flow and retrieval of information.

Born and raised in Mumbai, Dr. Anand Shroff is an experienced and respected Anterior Segment and Refractive Surgeon. His 15 years’ of expertise extends to surgeries of LASIK and EpiLASIK, Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL), Cataract including accommodative implants, Glaucoma and Cornea and has trained several ophthalmologists from all over the world during LASIK workshops in India and Europe. He is the pioneer of wavefront guided LASIK in India and works from the Shroff Eye Hospitals and Clinics in Mumbai. Both Shroff Eye centres, excelling in patient care for over 92 years, are the first eye hospitals in India to be awarded the JCI (Joint Commission International) accreditation from USA.

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Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography of the Eye: OCT Angiography

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Nov 282018
 

by David Huang MD PhD (Author), Bruno Lumbroso MD (Author), Yali Jia PhD (Author), Nadia K. Waheed MD MPH (Author)

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) angiography is an important new imaging modality that is already being used by ophthalmologists in retina centers worldwide. It uses motion as intrinsic contrast, thus obviating the need to inject any intravenous dye. It uses infrared light that is invisible to the patient, and only requires few seconds per scan. This makes it both easier to use and much better tolerated by patients than traditional dye-based fluorescein angiography (FA) and indocyanine green (ICG) angiography.

Inside Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography of the Eye Drs. David Huang, Bruno Lumbroso, Yali Jia, and Nadia Waheed include detailed information on clinical applications and fundamental principles needed to understand and use this new technology. This includes information on high-speed OCT systems, algorithms to extract flow contrast, the appearance of the normal eye, the findings in myriad diseases, and tips on how to deal with artifact and pitfalls.
The 3-dimensional nature of OCT angiography provides visualization that was not possible before with either FA or ICG and readers will come to appreciate how this enables the visualization of previously difficult to image vascular beds such as the 4 retinal vascular plexuses (radial peripapillary, superficial, intermediate, and deep), the choriocapillaris, and the deeper choroidal vessels.

Given its noninvasive nature and ease of use, OCT angiography imaging is rapidly taking an important place in everyday ophthalmology and may soon replace fluorescein angiography in everyday practice.

Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography of the Eye is designed to be the definitive text on this cutting-edge technology for the retina specialist and comprehensive ophthalmologist

David Huang, MD, PhD is the Peterson Professor of Ophthalmology and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Oregon Health & Science University (Portland, Oregon). Dr. Huang received an MD from Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts) and a PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts). He completed an ophthalmology residency at the Doheny Eye Institute/University of Southern California (Los Angeles, California) and cornea fellowship at Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia). Dr. Huang is a co-inventor of optical coherence tomography (OCT), which is the most commonly used ophthalmic imaging technology at 30 million procedures per year. More recently he has pioneered anterior segment OCT and OCT angiography. His seminal article on OCT, published in Science in 1991, has been cited more than 11,000 times. He has 19 issued patents and 18 pending patents in the areas of OCT, mobile health testing, tissue engineering and corneal laser surgery. He has been the principal investigator of 5 NIH research grants totaling over $20 million. He has published more than 200 peer-reviewed articles with nearly 40,000 citations. He has edited 8 books. Dr. Huang has received the Champalimaud Vision Award, the Jonas Friedenwald Award, the David Epstein Award from the Association for Research in Vision & Ophthalmology, the Senior Achievement Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and the Fritz & Dolores Russ Award from the National Academy of Engineering (USA). He is a fellow of the American Academy of Inventors and American Ophthalmological Society. Dr. Huang leads the Center for Ophthalmic Optics and Lasers (www.COOLLab.net). He is a founder of Gobiquity Mobile Health, Inc. (www.gobiquity.com), a maker of mobile diagnostic apps.

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