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Microincisional Cataract Surgery: The Art and Science Amar Agarwal

Microincisional Cataract Surgery: The Art and Science

Amar Agarwal

Published March 15th 2010
ISBN : 9781556429439
Paperback
240 pages
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From the foreword by Dr. David F. Chang….“This well-illustrated surgical textbook is the most comprehensive and authoritative review of the current “state of the art” of microincisional cataract surgery (MICS). It appropriately provides detailedMoreFrom the foreword by Dr. David F. Chang….“This well-illustrated surgical textbook is the most comprehensive and authoritative review of the current “state of the art” of microincisional cataract surgery (MICS). It appropriately provides detailed coverage of the latest phaco and IOL technology, as well as the multitude of advanced techniques for both coaxial and biaxial MICS. Editors Amar Agarwal and Dick Lindstrom are both renowned surgical innovators who were among the earliest pioneers in MICS. They have assembled an exceptional faculty of experts, who also excel as educators in this dynamic field.”Within the pages of Microincisional Cataract Surgery, Dr. Amar Agarwal and Dr. Richard Lindstrom discuss the clinical evolution of MICS. This unique book covers surgical techniques, wound morphology and the machines and instruments used in MICS. In addition to sections explaining the surgical techniques one can perform in challenging cases, the various IOLs that can be used for MICS are also included.Some sections include:• Machines and instrumentation• MICS—Surgical Technique• Microincision lenses and complication managementSome topics include:• Gas-forced infusion (air pump)• 700 micron cataract surgery—Sub-1-mm cataract surgery• Biaxial and coaxial MICS• Anterior segment OCT and wound construction• Microincision lenses• Worst case scenarios and complication managementAs a comprehensive, one-of-a-kind book, Microincisional Cataract Surgery appeals to all anterior segment surgeons, cataract surgeons, ophthalmologists, and residents.