Significant advances in recent years have put the goal of being able to operate through the smallest incision possible, with an IOL that can be inserted or injected through it, within easy reach. The first book available on this exciting era of cataract surgery, Clinical Practice in Small Incision Cataract Surgery begins with a description of the anatomy and biochemistry of the human crystalline lens. The book beautifully illustrates the etiology of the cataract, its classification, and various treatment modalities. It covers manual phacofragmentation through small incision, combined SICS, glaucoma surgery, and pediatric cataract surgery. The editors and their panel of experts describe the management of complications from the anterior or posterior segment and the etiology, explore clinical manifestations and pharmacological prevention of the posterior capsule opacification, and provide an update on twenty-first century intraocular lens surgery that points to the shape of things to come.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Weight: 2267 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 36 mm
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