CATARACT SURGERY IN DISEASED EYES -Chakrabarti
Publish Year 2014
Size 8.5" X 11"
Cover Type Hard Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 1075
Cataract surgery is one of the most commonly performed procedures in ophthalmic practice. The indication for performing this surgical procedure has in its present state of evolution, expanded to include compromised eyes with pre-existing co-morbid ocular conditions. An appropriately planned and meticulously executed surgical procedure taking into account all the expected complications is necessary to visually rehabilitate these patients. Although ophthalmic literature is replete with books on all aspects of cataract surgery there is need for a textbook focused on the management of eyes with ocular co-morbidities, which can be ready-reckoner while managing these patients.
This book is meant to benefit both the aspiring students as well as the established practitioners as it covers in detail the pertinent aspects of evaluation, surgical techniques, complications and follow-up of these compromised eyes. In this book, the practicing ophthalmologists will find a collection of “best practices” by some of the most gifted practitioners and experts of cataract surgery who share their approach, philosophy, style and cautionary warnings of various clinical scenarios that could culminate in unexpected and unwanted complication.
This book deals with practical aspects of cataract surgery in eyes with coexisting ocular morbidities and will be valuable to the novice as well as the experienced phaco surgeon. Each chapter has been expertly presented by a surgeon of global repute and this book will serve as a ready-reckoner for the surgical management of these challenging cataracts in compromised eyes.