Retina & Vitreous Surgery: A Practical Guide to Theory, Practice and Management

by Boral Subhendu Kumar, Huang Suber S
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Author/Editor Boral Subhendu Kumar, Huang Suber S
ISBN 9789385999703
Speciality Ophthalmology
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/12965
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2017
Pages 236
Book Type Professional
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This book is a complete textbook on surgical vitreoretina with a new concept, comprising of complete texts of surgical procedures, theoretical background as well as practical surgical steps with case discussions, plenty of illustrations, animations and colored intraoperative distinct photographs of each surgical steps. This book consists of 25 chapters. It includes vitrectomy machine, cutter and instrumentation, visualization system, illumination system, cryoretinopexy and endolaser retinopexy, intravitreal tamponading agents, perfluorocarbon liquids, intravitreal injections, ophthalmic ultrasonography, sutureless sclerotomy wound, vitrectomy, diabetic vitreous surgery, subretinal hematoma with vitreous hemorrhage, management of retinal detachment, macular surgeries, managing complications after cataract surgeries, blunt trauma, penetrating injuries and retained intraocular foreign bodies, endophthalmitis, combined phacoemulsification and vitreoretinal intervention, 27-G vitrectomy, glued intraocular lens surgeries, intraocular parasites, silicone oil removal, interface vitrectomy and managing complications of vitreoretinal surgeries. This book will help the vitreoretinal surgeons in recapitulation of knowledge, as well as updating it, encourage and illuminate the young learning surgeons initiating in this specialty and to manage complications in more skilful manner.

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