Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series Corneal Topography

Agarwal
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.
ISBN: 8184486138  / Edition:1 / Paperback; 2009-09-01
Summary:
1. Orbscan 2. Pentacam 3. Corneal Topographers and Wavefront Aberrometers: Complementary Tools 4. Corneal Ectasia Post-Lasik: The Orbscan Advantage 5. Orbscan Corneal Mapping in Refractive Surgery 6. The Orbscan IIz Diagnostic System and Swage Wavefront Analysis 7. Irregular Astigmatism: Lasik as a Correcting Tool 8. Decentered Ablation 9. Presbyopic Lasik 10. Conductive Keratoplasty for Changing Corneal Curvature 11. Corneal Topography in Cataract Surgery. Amar Agarwal is the pioneer of Phakonit, Microphaconit, No Anesthesia Cataract Surgery, FAVIT and Aberropia. He is the first in the world to use the trypan blue for staining epiretinal membrane and combined surgery of microphaconit (700 m cataract surgery) with a 25 gauge vitrectomy. He is also the first to implant a new mirror telescopic IOL and a glued IOL. Prof. Agarwal has received many awards for his works done in Ophthalmology, the most significant being the Barraquer award and the Kelman award. He has written more than 40 books which have been published in various languagesEnglish, Spanish and Polish. He also trains doctors from all over the world in his center on phaco, bimanual phaco, lasik and retina. He is also Professor of Ophthalmology at Ramachandra Medical College in Chennai, India. He can be contacted at: dragarwal@vsnl.com. Athiya Agarwal is an excellent teacher and she performs No Anesthesia Cataract Surgery, Phakonit and lasik with extreme ease. She practices at Dr. Agarwals Eye Hospital, Chennai, India. Dr. Athiya Agarwal has received many video awards for her work done in Ophthalmology. She has won awards at the ASCRS, ESCRS and AAO. She also conducts courses at international conferences. Soosan Jacob is a Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist in Dr Agarwals Eye Hospital, Chennai, India. She is a gold medalist in Ophthalmology. She has won many international awards at prestigious international conferences in the USA. She has conducted courses and delivered lectures in numerous national and international conferences. She has authored numerous chapters in 27 textbooks by international and national publishers and is also the Associate Editor for a book on refractive surgery.

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Keratoconus Surgery and Cross-linking

Roberto Pinelli (Author), Antonio Leccisotti (Author)

Book Description
A team of outstanding surgeons from all over the world who have made recent major advances in the management and treatment of Keratoconus, have shared their invaluable experiences in this book. Each one of them is a brilliant medical writer as well; the quality which is not commonly found. Includes latest techniques which were expressly ideated to strengthen or to replace a weakened corneal stroma. Collagen cross-linking may prove to be very effective in the management of Ectasia.

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Textbook of Visual Science and Clinical Optometry

Bhattacharya (Author)

 

Book Description
Publication Date: August 1, 2009
SECTION 1: ANATOMY 1. ANATOMY OF THE EYEBALL * Cornea * Sclera * Limbus * Anterior Chamber * Posterior Chamber * Uveal Tract vii. Retina * Optic Nerve * Lens * Vitreous Humour * Blood Supply of Eyeball 2. ANATOMY OF APPENDAGES OF THE EYEBALL * Conjunctiva * Eyelids * Lacrimal Apparatus * Muscles of the Eye * Levator Palpebrae Superioris 3. ANATOMY OF THE ORBIT * Roof * Medial Wall * Floor * Lateral Wall * Orbital Contents * Superior Orbital Fissure (Sphenoidal) * Interior Orbital Fissure (Sphenomaxillary) * Optic Foramen (Optic Canal) * Surgical Anatomical Spaces within the Orbit SECTION 2: PHYSIOLOGY AND NEUROLOGY OF VISION 4. PHYSIOLOGY OF THE OCULAR STRUCTURES * Aqueous Humour * Vitreous Humour * Cornea * Lens * Tears 5. PHYSIOLOGY OF VISION * Photochemical Changes * Electrical Changes * Visual Perceptions (or Sensations) * Colour Sense 6. THE NEUROLOGY OF VISION * Visual Pathway * Pupillary Pathway * Pupillary Reflexes * Pupillary Reaction Disorders SECTION 3: LIGHT AND OPTICAL PRINCIPLES 7. LIGHT AND HUMAN EYE: BASIC OPTICAL PRINCIPLES * Light and Electromagnetic Spectrum * Basic Optical Principles of Human Eye * Axes and Angles of the Eye * Optical Aberrations of the Eye * Purkinje Images * Retinal Image 8. ACCOMMODATION AND ITS ANOMALIES * Accommodation * Insufficiency of Accommodation * Paralysis of Accommodation * Spasm of Accommodation SECTION 4: REFRACTIVE ERRORS AND CORRECTION 9. ERRORS OF REFRACTION * Hypermetropia * Myopia * Astigmatism * Anisometropia * Aphakiavi. Pseudophakia * Presbyopia 10. ESTIMATION AND CORRECTION OF REFRACTIVE ERRORS * Retinoscopy * Autorefractometry * Photorefraction * Subjective Refraction * Prescription for Spectacles SECTION 5: PRACTICAL OPHTHALMICS AND CLINICAL OPTOMETRY 11. MATERIALSOPHTHALMIC LENS AND SPECTACLE FRAME * Ophthalmic Lens Materials * Spectacle Frame Materials 12. OPHTHALMIC LENSES * Spherical Lenses * Cylindrical Lenses * Unit of Lens Power * Special Types of Lenses * Transposition * Neutralisation (Determination of Power of a Lens) 13. COATINGS AND TINTS OF LENSES *Antireflection Coating (AR Coating) * Tints * Photochromism * Hard Coating/Scratch Resistant Coating * Ultraviolet Inhibitors * Water Resistant/Hydrophobic Coating * Polaroid Lenses * Lens Care and Cleaning 14. FRAMES AND LENSES: DIMENSIONS, MEASUREMENTS AND STYLES * Spectacle Frame Dimensions * Parts of a Frame * Common Terminologies Associated with Frame * Shapes of Frames * Common Types of Frames * Special Types of Spectacle Frames * InformationsAvailable from the Frame * Lens Styles ix. Optical Centre of Lens * Pupillary (or Interpupillary) Distance * Vertex Distance 15. CONTACT LENS * Indications * Advantages Over Spectacles * Optics of Contact Lenses * Scleral Contact Lens * Semiscleral (or Soft or Hydrogel) Contact Lens * Corneal (or Rigid) Contact Lens * Fitting Procedures * Contact Lens Related Informations and Terminologies * Assessment of Soft Contact Lens Fitting * Assessment of Rigid Contact Lens Fitting * Determination of Contact Lens Power * Complications of Contact Lens Wear SECTION 6: SPECIAL CHAPTERS 16. OPHTHALMIC INSTRUMENTATION * Slit-lamp Biomicroscope * Tonometry * Gonioscopy * Indirect Biomicroscopy * Lens Measure (or Geneva Lens Measure) * Keratometer (or Ophthalmometer) vii. Lensometer (or Focimeter) * Direct Ophthalmoscope 17. LOW VISION AND LOW VISUAL AID * Clinical Assessment of a Patient with Low Vision * Management of Patients with Low Vision * Working Principle of Low Visual Aids * Low Visual Devices 18. PAEDIATRIC EYE EXAMINATION * History Taking * Ophthalmic Examination Proper * Clinical Examination of the Eye Proper * MilestonesNormal Visual Maturation and Reflexes * Normal Visual Acuity Maturation (Age-related)

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Textbook of Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery

S. Natarajan (Author)

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Textbook of Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery

Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Pub; 1 edition (December 30, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 8184486197
ISBN-13: 978-8184486193

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Step by Step Laser in Ophthalmology

Bhattacharya,
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.
ISBN: 8184486073   Edition: Paperback; 2009-08-01
Summary:
Salient Features: A concise and ready-reference text, Presents common laser procedures in step by step fasion, Deals with laser applications on retina, choroid, iris, lens, pupil, vitreous, etc. In the process of managing various disease conditions. Includes attractive and excellent illustrations, color photographs and schematic drawings for easy understanding of the various procedures, Helpful for students and teachers of ophthalmology, practicing surgeons as well as beginners. Section One: Laser Surgery of the Retina and Choroid 1. Practical ConsiderationsLaser Application 2. Panretinal Photocoagulation (PRP) in Diabetic Retinopathy 3. Photocoagulation (Focal/Grid) in Diabetic Maculopathy 4. Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) 5. Transpupillary Thermotherapy (TTT) 6. Photocoagulation in Peripheral Retinal Degenerations and Tears 7. Photocoagulation in Peripheral Chorioretinal Tumors I. Angiomatosis Retinae II. Retinoblastoma III. Malignant Melanoma 8. Photocoagulation in Retinal Venous Occlusion 9. Photocoagulation in Miscellaneous Retinal DiseasesI. Retinal Vasculitis II. Central Serous Choroidopathy III. Retinopathy of Prematurity Section Two: Laser Surgery in Glaucoma and on Iris 10. Argon Laser Trabeculoplasty (ALT) 11. Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) 12. Argon Laser Iridotomy 13. Nd: YAG Laser Iridotomy 14. Laser Peripheral Iridoplasty(LPI)/ Gonioplasty 15. Argon Laser Pupilloplasty/Photomydriasis 16. Nd:YAG Photomydriasis/Iridohyaloid Synechialysis 17. Nd: YAG Coreoplasty 18. Nd: YAG Persistent Hyperplastic Pupillary Membranectomy 19. Nd: YAG Anterior Hyaloidectomy and Cyclophotocoagulation Section Three: Laser Surgery on Lens and in Pupillary Area 20. Nd: YAG Posterior Capsulotomy 21. Nd: YAG Sweeping 22. Nd: YAG Corticolysis 23. Nd: YAG Membranectomy 24. Miscellaneous Anterior Segment Applications Section Four: Laser Surgery on Vitreous 25. Nd: YAG Anterior Segment Vitreolysis 26. Nd: YAG Posterior Segment Vitreolysis

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