Filling a gap in the literature, Glaucoma Surgery illustrates a wide range of procedures for the treatment of glaucoma and the management of surgical complications, providing clear recommendations from seasoned experts in the field. This is the first ophthalmologic textbook to include a DVD showcasing the various surgical procedures to treat glaucoma and related complications. With contributions from international authorities, this guide provides step-by-step direction on modern surgical techniques, detailed coverage of methods for managing surgical complications, and reader-friendly explanations suitable for both budding and experienced glaucoma surgeons.
Table of Contents
Surgical Techniques. Indications and Outcomes of Filtration Surgery. Surgical Anatomy. Modern Anesthetic Techniques. Modern Anti-Fibroblastic Therapy. How to do a Trabeculectomy. How to do Non-penetrating Surgery. How to insert a Seton. Seton Surgery: Management and Complications. How to Insert a Pars Plana Seton. How to do Full Thickness Surgery/Subscleral Scheie. How to do a Surgical Peripheral Iridectomy. How to do Combined Cataract/Trabeculectomy. The UBM in Glaucoma Surgery. Management of Complications. Overview: How to Think about and Manage Complications. Massage: Techniques and Complications. Suture Lysis: Techniques and Complications. Releasable/Adjustable Sutures. The Failing Bleb: Risk Factors and Diagnosis. Encapsulated Bleb: Diagnosis and Management. The Flat Bleb: Flap Needling and Management. Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage: Diagnosis and Management. Malignant Glaucoma: Diagnosis and Management. Management of the Leaking Bleb. Management of Large Over Filtering and Corneal Blebs. Flat Chamber with Choroidal Effusion: Diagnosis and Management. Prevention and Management of Hypotonous Maculopathy. Blebiis and Endophthalmitis: Diagnosis and Management Post-Trabeculectomy
Graham E. Trope