• Section I: Strabismus Surgery
Chapter 1: Planning and Preparation for Strabismus Surgery
Chapter 2: Surgical Anatomy
Chapter 3: Conjunctival Incisions for Strabismus Surgery
Chapter 4: Rectus Muscle Surgery
Chapter 5: Adjustable Suture Technique
Chapter 6: Inferior Oblique Surgery
Chapter 7: Superior Oblique Surgery
Chapter 8: Reoperations
Chapter 9: Special Procedures
Chapter 10: Botulinum Toxin Injection for Strabismus
• Section II: Orbital Procedures
Chapter 11: Nasolacrimal Duct Procedures
Chapter 12: Dermoid Cyst Excision
• Section III: Anterior Segment Procedures
Chapter 13: Pediatric Cataract Surgery
Chapter 14: Corneal Crosslinking for Keratoconus
• Section IV: Pediatric Glaucoma Procedures
Chapter 15: Goniotomy
Chapter 16: Trabeculotomy
• Section V: Procedures for Retinopathy of Prematurity
Chapter 17: Retinopathy of Prematurity Laser Photocoagulation
Chapter 18: Anti-Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (anti-VEGF) Injections
• Section VI: Examination under Anesthesia
Chapter 19: Preparation for Exams under Anesthesia
A step-by-step guide on pediatric ophthalmic surgery featuring tricks of the trade from top experts
Children can be affected by a wide range of ophthalmic disorders, many of which require surgical intervention. Pediatric Ophthalmology Surgery and Procedures: Tricks of the Trade by esteemed pediatric ophthalmologist Sylvia Yoo and expert contributors covers the full range of pediatric ophthalmic procedures. As with other titles in this series, the book is consistently formatted with concise, step-by-step guidance. Chapters include goals, advantages, expectations, key principles, indications, contraindications, preoperative preparation, surgical planning, perioperative tips and pearls, operative technique and tools, what to avoid, complications, and postoperative care.
Organized into six sections and 19 chapters, the text encompasses ophthalmic surgical approaches that pediatric ophthalmologists are likely to perform. Disease-related sections cover strabismus, eye conditions impacting the orbit and anterior segment, glaucoma, and retinopathy of prematurity. The final section provides guidance on preparing for exams under anesthesia to ensure that the required equipment and testing are arranged in advance of the child being placed under anesthesia.
• Insightful tips, tricks, and pearls from experienced specialists help readers optimize outcomes and limit complications
• The user-friendly layout is conducive to quickly reading and reviewing each operative procedure and salient features
• Pertinent figures and tables enhance understanding of step-by-step procedural descriptions and retention of knowledge
This easy-to-use pediatric ophthalmology guide is a must-have reference for ophthalmology residents and fellows. Ophthalmologists who treat infants, children, and teenagers will also benefit from the extensive tips and pearls.
This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.