RETINAL DETACHMENT SURGERY AND PROLIFERATIVE VITREORETINOPATHY. FROM SCLERAL BUCKLING TO SMALL GAUGE

RETINAL DETACHMENT SURGERY AND PROLIFERATIVE VITREORETINOPATHY. FROM SCLERAL BUCKLING TO SMALL GAUGE

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Oftalmología
ISBN:
978-3-319-78445-8
Páginas:
422
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
610
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

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135,20 €

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128,44 €

1. Surgery of Vitreoretinal Disorders: Past, Present, and Future
2. Pathogenesis, Histopathology, and Classification
3. Adjunctive Pharmacological Therapies in the Management of Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy
4. Facts and Figures About Retinal Detachment Based on a Retinal Detachment Register from North Sweden
5. Assessment of a Retinal Detachment
6. Biometry Binocular Occlusion and Anesthesia
7. Devices and Instruments
8. Surgical Techniques
9. Pneumatic Retinopexy with BIOM
10. Combined Phaco/Vitrectomy for Easy Retinal Detachment
11. Episcleral Buckling for Detachment Surgery with BIOM
12. Combined Buckle/Vitrectomy
13. Vitrectomy for PVR Detachment Grade C
14. 180° Retinotomy
15. Silicone Oil Removal
16. Total and Chronic Retinal Detachment
17. Recurrent Retinal Detachment
18. Inferior and Inferior Recurrent Detachments
19. Anterior PVR
20. PVR Stage D
21. Traumatic Retinal Detachment in Children
22. Traumatic Retinal Detachment Secondary to Open Globe
23. Perforations with IOFB
24. After Surgery and Complications
25. Surgicals Pearls
26. Vitreoretinal Surgeons Assess Surgical Cases: A Questionnaire
27. My Approach to Retinal Detachment: An Iranian Surgeon’s Perspective
28. My Approach to Retinal Detachment: A Russian Perspective
29. PVR Detachment: My Surgical Approach
30. Surgical Management of Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy: An Indian Perspective
31. My Approach to PVR Detachment: An American Perspective
32. Surgical Treatment of PVR Cases
33. Vitreous Anatomy, Anterior PVR, and Hypotony
34. Postoperative Complications After Vitreoretinal Surgery
35. PVR Detachment Questionnaire: Part 1
36. PVR Detachment Questionnaire: Part 2
37. PVR Detachment Questionnaire: Part 3
38. Video Cases

This clinically oriented book provides a complete overview of Proliferative vitreoretinopathy (PVR) Retinal Detachment, a difficult surgical challenge faced by ophthalmologists. Small gauge vitrectomy offers new possibilities to tackle this difficult pathology however this surgical approach may differ from one retinal surgeon to the next. To reflect the various approaches to treating PVR, the book is divided up in three parts. In the first part the authors describe the complete variety of surgical techniques applied to PVR detachment. In the second section, well-known international surgeons from Europe to Asia describe their personal surgical approach for PVR detachment and demonstrate their surgery in videos. In the third part, a large variety of retinal surgeons show case reports of PVR retinal detachment to give a complete overview of dealing with this complex retinal disorder.

Features:
• Provides clear, step-by-step guidance to treating PVR retinal detachment
• Includes a variety of tips, tricks, clinical pearls and surgical videos
• Written by an expert team of internationally recognised retinal surgeons

Authors
• Ulrich Spandau, MD, PhD studied medicine at the University of Würzburg in Germany before completing residencies in the Departments of Ophthalmology at the University of Heidelberg and the University of Mannheim-Heidelberg. He undertook further surgical training at the Eye Clinic, Koblenz and became an accredited specialist in ophthalmology in 2003. In 2004 Dr. Spandau was appointed Oberarzt (consultant) in the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Mannheim-Heidelberg, and he subsequently became Vice Director of the department. He completed his PhD and received his venia legendi in 2005. In 2008 Dr. Spandau became Consultant and Head of Surgery at the Department of Ophthalmology, University Hospital of Uppsala, Sweden. He has been an associate professor since 2013. He has published 52 in indexed, peer-reviewed journals and is co-editor of several previous Springer books, including Practical Handbook for Small-Gauge Vitrectomy.
• Zoran Tomic, MD, completed his master degree in Novi Sad from 1982-1994 before completing a fellowship in Vitreoretinal surgery at the University of Rotterdam. Since 1995 Dr Tomic has held the position of consultant at the University Clinic in Uppsala, Sweden, and as Chief Vitreoretinal surgeon since 2000. His professional associations include the Association of Ophthalmologists Serbia, SLD, Swedish Society of Ophthalmology, The Nordic Vitreoretinal Society, European Vitreoretinal Society, Euretina and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
• Diego Ruiz-Casas, MD, PhD completed his undergraduate studies at University of Zaragoza. He received his PhD in Medicine and Surgery with honors at University of Alcalá de Henares. After his residency at Ramón y Cajal university Hospital, he underwent further training in vitreoretinal surgery at several international eye clinics.
Currently, he works as retina consultant at the Ophthalmology Service at Ramón y Cajal university Hospital, Madrid, and is also active as private consultant. His surgical expertise is retinal detachmnet, macular surgery, diabetic retinopathy, ocular trauma, phacoemulsification, and anterior segment reconstruction.