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Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series: Phacoemulsification

  • Author: Amar Agarwal
  • ISBN: 9789351527848
  • Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Publication Date: May 31, 2015
  • Format: Paperback – 192 Pages
  • Language: English


This is the second edition of Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series: Phacoemulsification, a concise and practical guide to the most common technique in cataract surgery.

The book is divided into four sections; Phaco Basics, Challenging Cases, Complications and Microincision Cataract Surgery (Phakonit and Microphakonit). Each section covers surgical techniques in fine detail, with the final section describing Phakonit surgery, a technique pioneered by the authors. The atlas contains 64 full colour images and illustrations to enhance explanations of complicated methods.

Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series: Phacoemulsification includes a DVD-ROM which demonstrates techniques in phacoemulsification surgery, including Angle Kappa and Multifocal Glued IOL, IOL scaffold, No-Assistant technique and Pars Plicata Anterior Vitrectomy. The DVD also details related complications including lens coloboma, mature cataract, adherent leucoma and posterior synechia.

This pocket-sized mini atlas is an ideal, every day source of reference for ophthalmologists.

Key Features
  • Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series: Phacoemulsification is now in its second edition, and the previous edition has corresponded to a different phase in the way the graphics and pictures were displayed all over the book.
  • In order to understand what it means to successfully understand the various clinical scenarios encountered in practice the surgical skills and an understanding of the key elements is critical to achieving the optimum visual outcome.
  • The book has been written to provide a framework for learning these necessary skills in a way that emphasizes the uniqueness of each clinical condition.
  • Following the images is the text that emphasizes and describes the essence of the clinical condition and various ways to deal with it effectively.
  • The main goal of writing the book was to embark upon the features of accuracy and a structured approach that results from many years of facilitating, researching and teaching.
  • The book places not only a clear emphasis on teaching skills first but also ensures that those skills are based on rigorous and current research.
  • We hope that the book sets a framework that allows the readers to gain new information and current concepts in surgical practice into a larger context.
Table of Contents
  1. Section 1 Phaco Basics
    1. Diagrammatic Representation of the Connection of Air Pump to the Infusion Bottle
    2. Internal Gas Forced Infusion
    3. Viscoelastic being Injected with a 26 G Needle Attached to a 1 mL Syringe
    4. Framing a Clear Corneal Incision
    5. Location of the Incision
    6. Size of the Incision
    7. Plane of the Incision
    8. Capsulorhexis being done with a Bent 26 Gauge Needle Capsulorhexis Flap
    9. Vertical Chop
    10. Chopping the Nuclear Hemisegments
    11. Pull out Nuclear Fragments from Bag and Emulsify
    12. Bi-manual Cortical Aspiration
  2. Section 2 Challenging Cases
    1. Pseudoexfoliation
    2. Deposition of Fluffy Amorphous Material Around the Pupil in Pseudoexfoliation
    3. Pigment Deposition on Anterior Capsule
    4. Posterior Synechia
    5. Posterior Polar Cataract
    6. Trypan Blue Enhanced Capsulorhexis being Performed in a Miotic, Fibrotic Pupil
    7. Surgical Tips
    8. Subluxation of the Lens and its Management
    9. Modified Cionni’s Capsular Tension Ring
    10. Lenticular Coloboma
    11. Iris Coloboma
    12. Soemmering Ring
    13. Posterior Lenticonus
  3. Section 3 Complications
    1. Sleeveless Phacotip Assisted Levitation of Dropped Nucleus (SPAL) Technique-Step 1
    2. Spal Technique-Step 2
    3. Dropped Nucleus Lying on the Retina
    4. Managing the Anterior Chamber Opacities and Herniated Vitreous
    5. Posterior Vitrectomy and Phacofragmentation
    6. Insulating the Retina with Perfluorocarbon
    7. Principle of an Ophthalmic Endoscopic System
    8. Removal of Entire Hard Lens Fragment with Perfluorocarbon
    9. Management of Lens Coloboma with Glued IOL
    10. Dislocated IOL on the Retina
    11. Sleeveless Extrusion Cannula for Levitation of Dropped IOL Surgical Technique
    12. Perfluorocarbon Liquids
    13. 25-G Chang Passive-Action IOL Forceps
    14. Temporary Haptic Externalization
    15. Removal of a Plate Haptic IOL
    16. Management of Eyes with two Intraocular Implants
    17. Endophthalmitis: Methods of Collecting Specimens
    18. Clinical Features
    19. Organisms Associated with Acute Postoperative Endophthalmitis
    20. Delayed-onset Endophthalmitis
    21. Propionibacterium Endophthalmitis
    22. Diagnostic Workup and Microbiological Studies
    23. Techniques of Specimen Collection
    24. Endophthalmitis (Anterior Chamber Washout before Vitrectomy)
    25. Antimicrobial Therapy
    26. Corticosteroid Therapy
    27. Vitrectomy
    28. Cystoid Macular Edema
    29. Macular Edema
    30. Cystoid Macular Edema
    31. Cme and Aciol-Possible Pathophysiology
    32. Clinical Appearance of CME
    33. Macular Function Tests in Cystoid Macular Edema
    34. Optical Coherence Tomography in CME
    35. Sequela of CME: Post-CME Lamellar Hole
    36. Prophylactic Treatment
    37. Therapy for Established CME
    38. Glued IOL
    39. Glued IOL (Continued)
    40. Traumatic Iridodialysis
    41. Boston Keratoprosthesis (KPro)
    42. Decentration of the Capsular Bag and IOL
    43. IOL Scaffold
    44. Glued IOL Scaffold
    45. Pre-Descemet’s Endothelial Keratyoplasty with Glued IOL
    46. Surgical Considerations for Combined Procedure
    47. Surgical Technique
    48. Preoperative and Postoperative Image of Patient of PDEK with Glued IOL Refractive Concern
  4. Section 4 Microincision Cataract Surgery (Phakonit and Microphakonit)
    1. Clear Corneal Incision Made with a Special Knife (MST, USA)
    2. Capsulorhexis Initiated with a Needle
    3. MST Rhexis Forceps used to Perform the Rhexis in a Mature Cataract
    4. Designs of Agarwal Irrigating Choppers
    5. Phakonit Irrigating Chopper and Phako Probe without the Sleeve Inside the Eye
    6. Phakonit Being Done
    7. Bimanual Irrigation Aspiration Completed
    8. Soft Tip Irrigation-aspiration from MST, USA
    9. Thinoptx Roller cum Injector Inserting the IOL in the Capsular Bag
    10. Comparison between Phaco Foldable IOL and Phakonit Thinoptx IOL
    11. Microphakonit
    12. Microphakonit Completed. The Nucleus has been Removed
    13. Bimanual Irrigation-aspiration with the 0.7 mm Set
    14. Bimanual Irrigation-aspiration Completed
  5. Index
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Weight 0.215 kg

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