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Describes and explains all common vitreo-retinal procedures in a step-by step manner
Includes diagrams and color photos
Features a basic electronic patient record system that allows readers to audit their clinical data and compare their performance with the quoted success rates in the book
This lavishly illustrated guide covers the most common diseases with appropriate approaches to various vitreoretinal problems. All common and suitable vitreoretinal procedures are explained in a step-by-step manner with diagrams and color photos. Furthermore, the accompanying DVD includes video sequences to fully illustrate the disorders and surgical methods. The reader will find here all the information needed to start the surgical procedure and will enjoy the readability of the text and the relaxed writing style. All factual information is backed up by selective referencing of the published literature.
Finally, a basic electronic patient record system is provided, which corresponds to the subject material using the same six main groups of diagnostic categories in the text and allows the surgeon to organize and audit their clinical data and compare their performance with the quoted success rates in the book.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Anterior Segment Surgery - Macular Disorders - Retinal Surgery - Surgery - Trauma - Vascular Disorders - Vitreous Detachment
Anatomy and Clinical Examination of the Eye.- to Vitreoretinal Surgery.- Posterior Vitreous Detachment.- Vitreous Haemorrhage.- Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment.- Special Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachments.- Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy.- Macular Disorders.- Diabetic Retinopathy and Other Vascular Disorders.- Trauma.- Complications of Anterior Segment Surgery.- Uveitis and Allied Disorders.- Miscellaneous Conditions.