Pediatric Cataract Surgery and IOL Implantation: A Case-Based Guide

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book-author

Courtney L. Kraus

publisher

Springer

file-type

PDF

pages

288 pages

language

English

asin

B089QBMN94

isbn10

3030389375

isbn13

9783030389376


Book Description

It is imperative that ophthalmologists, residents, surgeons, and fellows who work with pediatric cataracts and their surgical management have access to Pediatric Cataract Surgery and IOL Implantation: A Case-Based Guide; (ePub/PDF). Additionally, ancillary readers, such as supportive caregivers or parents of a child with cataracts, should also have access to this resource.

This ebook provides a comprehensive summary of the epidemiology of cataract surgery in pediatric patients as well as considerations surrounding the implantation of IOLs. This article discusses pre-operative evaluation and examination, as well as surgical steps and techniques for treating a wide variety of pediatric cataract conditions. Each chapter begins with an introduction, then continues with discussions that provide expert viewpoints and case studies, and finally concludes with a conclusion. In addition, chapters illustrate the complexity of the various approaches to the management of pediatric lens opacities. The final section of the ebook takes a case-based approach to special considerations in IOL implantation. These considerations include concerns in the uveitic patient, placement without capsular support, and cataract surgery in developing countries. This ebook is a valuable addition to any other text that addresses pediatric cataracts because it contains chapters that have been given careful consideration and that seek to expand on the literature that is already available without repeating itself.

NOTE: This product only comes with the ePub version of the ebook, which is titled Pediatric Cataract Surgery and IOL Implantation: A Case Based Guide. A converted PDF is available on request. There are no access codes contained within.

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xvii
Front Matter ….Pages 1-1
Congenital and Hereditary Cataracts: Epidemiology and Genetics (Nadav Shoshany, Fielding Hejtmancik, Alan Shiels, Manuel B. Datiles III)….Pages 3-23
Nonsurgical Management of Infantile and Juvenile Cataract (Michael X. Repka)….Pages 25-30
Unilateral Congenital Cataracts (Crystal S. Y. Cheung, Bharti R. Nihalani)….Pages 31-40
Bilateral Congenital Cataracts (Anna G. Escuder, Deborah K. VanderVeen)….Pages 41-49
Secondary and Acquired Cataracts (David George Morrison, Allison Carol Umfress)….Pages 51-60
Preoperative Examination (Brita S. Rook, Scott A. Davis)….Pages 61-67
Preoperative Counseling (Jana Bregman, Janet Alexander, Moran Levin)….Pages 69-86
Front Matter ….Pages 87-87
Surgical Steps (Angeline Nguyen, Courtney L. Kraus)….Pages 89-104
Calculation of Intraocular Lens Power (Stacey J. Kruger)….Pages 105-109
Postoperative Care (Laura S. Kueny, Heather C. de Beaufort)….Pages 111-116
Front Matter ….Pages 117-117
Pediatric Aphakic Contact Lenses (James Hoekel)….Pages 119-129
Aphakic Glasses (Christina M. Twardowski)….Pages 131-136
Primary Intraocular Lens Implantation (Natalie C. Weil, Scott R. Lambert)….Pages 137-144
Refractive Targets (Mark J. Greenwald)….Pages 145-151
Multifocal and Accommodating Intraocular Lenses (Basak Can Ermerak, William Johnson, Erin Stahl)….Pages 153-168
Temporary Polypseudophakia (Piggyback IOLs) (M. Edward Wilson, Rupal H. Trivedi)….Pages 169-175
Secondary Intraocular Lens Placement (Kamiar Mireskandari)….Pages 177-182
Intraocular Lens Exchange (Angela Zhu, Courtney L. Kraus)….Pages 183-189
Front Matter ….Pages 191-191
IOL Implantation in the Absence of Capsular Support (Jan Tjeerd de Faber, Martha Tjon-Fo-Sang)….Pages 193-204
IOL Placement in the Setting of Trauma (Jennifer Dudney Davidson, Sydney Michelle Mohr)….Pages 205-212
Cataract Surgery and IOL Implantation in Children with Uveitis (Sydni Coleman, Karen R. Armbrust, Raymond G. Areaux Jr.)….Pages 213-223
Intraocular Lens Placement in the Setting of Glaucoma (Emily M. Zepeda, Brenda L. Bohnsack)….Pages 225-238
Pediatric Cataract Surgery in the Abnormal Anterior Segment (Benjamin Jastrzembski, Asim Ali)….Pages 239-246
IOL Placement in Developmentally Delayed Patients (Andrew Robert Lee)….Pages 247-256
Pediatric Cataract Surgery in the Developing World (Lee M. Woodward, Amadou Alfa Bio Issifou)….Pages 257-265
Back Matter ….Pages 267-271

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