By American Academy Of Ophthalmology, James P. Dunn MD, Paul D. Langer FACS
Greater than seventy five of the commonest surgeries played via ophthalmologists are defined step-by-step during this finished textbook.
The publication info the talents wanted for surgical talent, and comprises greater than 500 photographs for reference.
This is the second one quantity of a couple of books meant to enhance surgical education in ophthalmology residency courses. This publication is additionally designed to function a assessment for extra senior citizens and starting surgeons.
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45 For easy examination of the entire fundus with the slit illuminator in conjunction with the three-mirror contact lens, the observation axis of the microscope must be parallel to the optical axis of the patient's eye. In most cases the patient's eye is immobilized in the straight ahead position, therefore, the microscope observation axis should be strictly perpendicular to the center of the cornea. In simple retinal detachments with a single retinal break or contiguous breaks located in the same quadrant, intraoperative observation of the fundus is often restricted to the retinal break(s) area and the optic disc.
Biconcave contact lenses can reduce the refractive power of the eye to that of an emmetropic eye with a plano concave lens. 11 Various biconcave corneal contact lenses have been developed. 11 - 14 They allow for examination, argon laser photocoagulation, and cryotreatment of the posterior pole in the gas-filled phakic eye. The biconcave lens is routinely used for control of the central retinal artery on the optic disc after gas injection into the phakic eye. 15 The wide field of observation is the main advantage of the lens.
10). It can be adjusted on the Zeiss microscopes OPMI 1 and OPMI 6 (Figs. 11 and 12). The slit illuminator can be moved either by motor or manually about 30° to either side of the central position without the slit image being dis- placed from the center of the object field. The optimum position of the slit lamp for biomicroscopy of the fundus during surgery is situated at the edge of either of the eyepieces. In effect, this position corresponds exactly to an angle of 5°. Of course, the position of the slit illuminator should not be modified during fundus observation.
Basic Techniques of Ophthalmic Surgery by American Academy Of Ophthalmology, James P. Dunn MD, Paul D. Langer FACS