Fb2 Atlas of Vitreoretinal Surgery (Atlas of Ophthalmic Surgery) ePub
by H. Mackenzie M.D. Freeman,Felipe I. Tolentino
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Author:||H. Mackenzie M.D. Freeman,Felipe I. Tolentino|
|Publisher:||Thieme Medical Pub; 1 edition (March 1, 1990)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1137 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1344 kb|
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Atlas Of Vitreoretinal Surgery book. Slide Atlas of Ophthalmic Surgery: Surgery of the Retina and Vitreous. 0865773319 (ISBN13: 9780865773318).
Atlas Of Vitreoretinal Surgery book.
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Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery. When you think there's nothing like the patient to show you how to do your surgery, then this book appears with amazingly realistic pictures to help you through every aspect of your next day's case
Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery. When you think there's nothing like the patient to show you how to do your surgery, then this book appears with amazingly realistic pictures to help you through every aspect of your next day's case.
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ISBN 10: 3136566017 ISBN 13: 9783136566015. Publisher: Thieme Medical Pub, 1990. The main thrust of the book is to describe surgical techniques in a step-by-step series of detailed illustrations accompanied by brief text. We trust that this Atlas may serve as a reference, a refresher, and a practical guide to treatment of cases of varying degrees of severity.
Authors in this book show that in mild and moderately severe PVR excellent results can be obtained with techniques that are less invasive and possibly less likely to stimulate further abnormal cellular proliferation.
Proliferative vitreoretinopathy (PVR) is the most common cause of failure of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment surgery. 1–5 PVR is used to describe a condition which was formerly called massive vitreous retraction (MVR),6–8 massive preretinal retraction (MPR),9 and massive preretinal proliferation (MPP). 10 The new terminology, PVR, was introduced by the Retina Society to reflect the clinical. Authors in this book show that in mild and moderately severe PVR excellent results can be obtained with techniques that are less invasive and possibly less likely to stimulate further abnormal cellular proliferation.
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Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology Spalton David, Hitchings Roger, Hunter Paul . Retinal and Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery Boyd Samuel, Cortez Rafael, Sabates Nelson (ed. pdf - Получить книгу по медицине. Atlas of Fundus Angiography Heimann Heinrich, Kellner Ulrich, Foerster Michael . . Ophthalmology - Current and Future Developments - Diagnostic Atlas of Retinal Diseases, Volume 3 Soriano . Ophthalmology 2014 Yanoff . Duker .
The atlas is organized along functional and anatomical lines. After a brief introduction to the clinical anatomy of the peripheral retina, the appearance of the fundus as a function of skin color and aging is presented. Many of the diseases of the peripheral retina can be divided into trophic (nutritional), tractional, and a combination of trophic plus tractional etiologies.
The surgery consists of a standard pars plana vitrectomy, posterior vitreous separation, possible membrane peeling, and injection of a.Because they are elevated, vitreoretinal tufts may be difficult to differentiate from flap tears.
The surgery consists of a standard pars plana vitrectomy, posterior vitreous separation, possible membrane peeling, and injection of a long-acting gas. The patient then remains in a face-down position for 1 to 2 weeks after the operation. Over 90% of the holes can be anatomically closed, and two thirds or more of these eyes will have some degree of improved vision. Examination with indirect ophthalmoscopy and scleral depression or a Goldmann three-mirror lens is helpful.