Corneal Surgery


This updated, full-color 4th edition features a greatly expanded surgical focus for a practical guide to corneal surgery. The expert guidance of internationally renowned editors provides you with authoritative and current coverage that takes you from an in-depth exploration corneal function as related to corneal surgery through to the correction of refractive errors. New chapters ensure that you stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the field. This easy-to-use, state-of-the-art resource has been reorganized to focus strictly on surgery to provide you with more coverage of recent surgical advances. Featuring a DVD-ROM with video clips of common surgical procedures, this is a text no ophthalmologic surgeon should be without.

Key Features

Presents boxes of clinical pearls throughout the text for accessible expert guidance.

New to this Edition

Features the latest surgical techniques and postoperative management of penetrating and lamellar keratoplasty —to provide you with details on hot topics in the field.
Gives you fresh insights with new sections and a broader perspective from a new team of editors.
Makes use of full color throughout the text, as well as step-by-step surgical line illustrations and full-color photographs so you gain a more accurate visual understanding of corneal surgery.
Emphasizes refractive surgery considerations, including technique, with supporting medical illustrations and video presentations.
Includes a bonus DVD-ROM with video clips of the most common surgical procedures for an excellent “real-time” guide.

Dettagli Articolo

Tipologia: Libro
Autore: Brightbill F.S:, MD, McDonnell P.J., MD, McGhee C.N.J., MB, PhD, FRCS, FRCOphth, FRANZCO, Farjo A.A.:, MD and Serdarevic O., MD
Sottotitolo: Theory Technique and Tissue
Pubblicato: 2009, 4th edition, 912 pages, 1175 ills,
Trim size 216 X 279 mm
Casa Editrice: Mosby
ISBN: 978-0-323-04835-4
Sommario: Part 1: Introduction to corneal funtion and surgery

1 History of Corneal Transplantation Peter R. Laibson

Section 1: Ocular Surface Maintenance

2 Eyelid Malpositions: Entropion, Ectropion, and Trichiasis Jeremy Van Buren, Cat Nguyen Burkat
3 Conjunctiva and Tear Film Ilya M. Leyngold, Roy S. Chuck
4 Corneal Epithelium and Stem Cells Murat Dogru, Min Chen, Shigeto Shimmura, Kazuo Tsubota

Section 2: Corneal Stroma

5 Shape, Structure, and Biomechanical Properties Pierre Fournié, Gabriel M. Gordon, Dolena R. Ledee, Cynthia J. Roberts, M. Elizabeth Fini
6 Wound Healing Trevor Sherwin, Colin Green
7 Corneal Endothelium: Structure and Function in Health and Disease Daniel G. Dawson, Dayle H. Geroski, Henry F. Edelhauser

Part 2: Testing and Measuring Corneal Function

8 The Keratometer in the Diagnosis of Corneal Disease Peter C. Donshik, William Ehlers
9 Corneal Structure and Function: Placido-based Corneal Topography Stephen D. Klyce, Tetsuro Oshika
10 Corneal Tomography and Anterior Chamber Imaging Catherine E Wheeldon, Charles NJ McGhee
11 Confocal Microscopy of the Cornea Matthew Giegengack, William D. Mathers
12 Specular Microscopy Ronald A. Laing
13 Tonometry and Biomechanical Analysis Mujtaba A. Qazi, Eric Y. Yoon, Jay Pepose

Part 3: Ocular Surface Surgery and Reconstruction

14 Anesthesia for Corneal Surgery Jerry G. Ford, W. John Reed
15 Corneal and Conjunctival Foreign Bodies Richard Lembach
16 Conjunctival and Corneal Cultures, Resections and Biopsies Sarah M. Nehls, Neal P. Barney
17 Epithelial Debridement and Superficial Keratectomy Tina C. Lucas-Glass, Christopher J. Rapuano
18 Corneal Micropuncture in Recurrent Erosion Syndromes Roy Scott Rubinfeld

Section 1: Phototherapeutic Keratectomy

19 Indications, Contraindications, and Preoperative Evaluation Liane M. Clamen, Waleed Mahran, Dimitri Azar
20 Operative Techniques and ComplicationsPhototherapeutic Keratectomy: Operative Techniques and Complications Timothy B. Cavanaugh

Section 2: Ocular Surface Reconstruction

21 Pterygium Christopher Y Chow, Steven P Dunn, David G Heidemann
22 Tissue Adhesives Erich H.P. Braun
23 Conjunctival Flaps and Amniotic Membrane Transplantation Christopher I. Zoumalan, Glenn C. Cockerham, C. Stephen Foster
24 Central Corneal Thinning and Perforation Stephen P. Ginsberg, Frederick S. Brightbill and Tracy L. Aigner
25 Peripheral Corneal Disease with Thinning Yuri Oleynikov, Tania Onclinx, Ella Faktorovich, Bartley J. Mondino
26 Epithelial Transplantation for the Management of Severe Ocular Surface Disease Ali R. Djalilian, Siamak Balali, Hormuz P. Wadia, Edward Holland
27 Autologous Conjunctival and Scleral Grafts Renée Solomon, Eric D Donnenfeld
28 Surgery of Limbal Dermoids David B. Glasser

Section 3: Corneal Protective Procedures

29 Tarsorraphy and Lacrimal Occlusion Alon Kahana, Mark J. Lucarelli

Part 4: Techniques in Corneal Transplantation

Section 1: Preoperative Considerations

30 Aphakic and Pseudophakic eyes Alan Sugar
31 Herpetic Eye Disease: Ocular Herpes Simplex and Herpes Zoster Jeffrey D. Lanier
32 Preoperative Tests and Evaluations Robert E. Brass, Frederick S. Brightbill
33 Gross and Slit-Lamp Examination of the Donor Eye William J. Reinhart
34 Tissue Typing and Matching Bonnie C. Weston
35 Corneal Trephines, Cutting Blocks, and Artificial Anterior Chambers Thomas John
36 Viscoelastic Materials Matthew Thompson, Jeremy E. Levenson
37 Sutures and Suturing Technique David Haight

Section 2: Anterior LamellarKeratoplasty

38 Indications and Contraindications for Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty Sanjay V. Patel, H. Kaz Soong
39 Epikeratoplasty Ayad A. Farjo, Michael D. Wagoner
40 Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty Sheraz M Daya, Samer Hamada

Section 3: Penetrating Keratoplasty

41 Indications and Contraindications for Penetrating Keratoplasty John E. Sutphin
42 Phakic Keratoplasty Joel Sugar, Satya Reddy
43 Combined Keratoplasty and Lens Removal: The Triple Procedure Matthew Thompson, Timothy B. Cavanaugh
44 Pseudophakic and Aphakic Penetrating Keratoplasty Richard Abbott, Marial Bernal
45 Anterior Chamber Type Intraocular Lens Replacement during Penetrating Keratoplasty for Pseudophakic Bullous Keratopathy Terrence J. Doherty, Jonathan H. Lass
46 Lens Replacement in Pseudophakic Bullous Keratopathy: Iris-Sutured Posterior Chamber Lenses W. Stanley Muenzler
47 Intraocular Lens Replacement in Pseudophakic Bullous Keratopathy: Scleral-Fixated Type Thomas D Lindquist
48 Regrafting Linda Rose, John D Gottsch, Frank M. Jacobs, Walter J. Stark
49 Pediatric Keratoplasty Gerald W Zaidman
50 Therapeutic Penetrating Keratoplasty Prashant Garg, Gullapalli N Rao
51 Intraoperative Complications of Penetrating Keratoplasty Jason S. Rothman, Juan Carlos Abad, Ernest W. Kornmehl
52 Corneal Transplantation: Early Postoperative Management Jeremy E. Levenson
53 Post Keratoplasty Infections Namrata Sharma, Gaurav Prakash, Rasik B Vajpayee
54 Glaucoma Catherine Newton, Linda L. Burk
55 Suture Removal Edward L. Shaw, Frederick S. Brightbill
56 Astigmatism: Preoperative and Operative Factors Sheraz M. Daya, Marcela Espinosa-Lagana
57 Contact Lens Fitting Christine Sindt
58 Control of Postkeratoplasty Astigmatism Woodford S. Van Meter
59 Refractive Surgery Following Penetrating Keratoplasty Renée Solomon, Eric D Donnenfeld
60 LASIK and Surface Ablation Eric D Donnenfeld, Steven I Rosenfeld, Renée Solomon
61 Rejection: Clinical Forms, Diagnosis and Treatment Matthew A. Dahlgren, Jay H. Krachmer
62 Immunosuppression in High-Risk Keratoplasty Edward J. Holland
63 Outcomes of Penetrating Keratoplasty Douglas J. Coster, Keryn A. Williams

Section 4: Endothelial Keratoplasty

64 Surgical Technique for DSAEK – Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty Mark S. Gorovoy
65 Posterior Lamellar Keratoplasty and Deep Lamellar Endothelial Keratoplasty Neda Shamie, Edwin S Chen, Mark A Terry
66 Descemet's Stripping with Endothelial Keratoplasty Marianne O. Price, Francis W. Price
67 Microkeratome-Assisted Posterior Lamellar Keratoplasty Suy Anne R. Martins, Guillermo E. Noguera, Ashley Behrens
68 Descemet's Stripping Automated Endothelial
Keratoplasty: Avoiding Compliations James Rowsey, Jason A Evangelista, John Williams, Bradley D Fouraker
69 The Future of Keratoplasty Omar Amad, Shahzad Mian, Alan Sugar

Part 5: Special Situations in Corneal Surgery

Section 1: Trauma and Anterior Segment Neoplasms

70 Chemical Injuries of the eye Roswell R. Pfister, Daryl A. Pfister
71 Corneal and Scleral Ruptures and Lacerations Constance A. Cox, William J. Dupps, Geoffrey J. Brent, David M. Meisler
72 Epithelial Downgrowth, Pearl Tumors and Fibrous Ingrowth Albert S. Jun, Elizabeth C. L. Vito, Julia A. Haller, Walter J. Stark
73 Traumatic Cataract, Vitreous Prolapse and Loose Zonules Michael L. Nordlund, Robert Cionni
74 Iris Biopsies and Iridocyclectomy Samir Farah
75 Iris Reconstructive and Restorative Procedures Andrea C. Kara-Jose, Marian S. Macsai
76 Conjunctival and Corneal Neoplasia Amol D. Kulkarni, Heather A. D. Potter, Thomas J. Liesegang, Daniel M. Albert

Section 2: Keratoprostheses, Synthetic and Bioengineered Corneas
77 Temporary Keratoprosthesis Elmer Y. Tu, Joel Sugar

78 Permanent Keratoprostheses Kaevalin Lekhanont, Vasudha Panday, Esen Karamursel Akpek
79 The Boston Keratoprosthesis Stephen G. Waller, Claes H. Dohlman

Part 6: Surgical correction of Refractive Errors

Section 1: Principles of Refractive Surgery

80 Classification and Terminology of Refractive Surgery George O. Waring
81 Principles of Biomechanics in Refractive Surgery William J. Dupps
82 Preoperative Evaluation of the Refractive Surgical Patient Marjan Farid, Roger F. Steinert
83 Interpreting Corneal Topography, Tomography and Wavefront Analysis Carole A Cooke, Charles NJ McGhee

Section 2: Incisional Keratotomy

84 Lessons from Radial Keratotomy Mitul R. Vakharia
85 Astigmatic Keratotomy and Peripheral Corneal Relaxing Incisions David R. Hardten, David H. Chang
86 Conductive Keratoplasty Richard L. Lindstrom, H.L. Rick Milne, Michael Gordon
87 The Intrastromal Corneal Ring Steven M Verity, David J Schanzlin

Section 3: Eximer Laser Ablations Principles and Ablation Profiles

88 Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism Daniel G. Dawson, Fabrice Manns, Yunhee Lee
89 Comparison of Lasers for Excimer Laser Vision Correction David R Hardten, Scott G Hauswirth
90 Tracking and Registration Natasha L. Herz, Li Wang, Douglas D. Koch
91 Building a Personalized Lasik - Laser Vision Correction Nomogram John F. Doane, Randolph T. Jackson
92 Techniques and Postoperative Management Leejee H. Suh, Ashley Behrens, Peter J. McDonnell
93 Outcomes and Complications of Surface Ablation Tatsuya Onguchi, Dimitri Azar
94 LASIK Complications Louis E Probst
95 Comparative Analysis of Mechanical and Laser Microkeratomes John F. Doane, Randolph T. Jackson, Stephen G. Slade
96 Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Corneal Surgery Qais A. Farjo, Ayad A. Farjo
97 Eximer Laser Enhancements Frederick S Brightbill

Section 4: Intraocular Lenses

98 Intraocular Lens Calculation Kenneth J. Hoffer
99 Anterior Chamber Phakic Intraocular Lens James Lee, Lisa Herrygers
100 Phakic Posterior Chamber Lens (pPIOL) Michael A. Lawless, Christopher Hodge
101 Multifocal, Pseudo-accomodative and Accomodative Intraocular Lenses Jesse Chew, Lliliane Werner, Randall Olsen

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