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Complications in phacoemulsification : avoidance, by William J. Fishkind

By William J. Fishkind

Fishkind (Fishkind & Bakewell Eye Care and surgical procedure heart) offers 31 contributions that learn nearly all problems of phacoemulsification surgical procedure. The experts and educators commence by means of discussing right systems, after which assessment power issues and the way to count on them, the place they ensue, how you can deal with them, and what strategies and coverings can be found for either basic and complex Read more...

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These incisions were watertight and did not require a suture. Cadaver studies confirmed the tensile strength of the properly constructed sutureless incision with an CHAPTER 4 COMPLICATIONS OF WOUND CONSTRUCTION AND CLOSURE • 29 internal corneal lip. Gonioscopic studies confirmed anterior chamber entry anterior to the trabecular meshwork, therefore preserving this structure. THE CLEAR CORNEAL INCISION In the spring of 1991, Howard Fine6 introduced sutureless clear corneal incisions. His original wound design was for a temporally placed external incision, at the anterior aspect of the limbus, with a width of 4 mm (due to implant insertion requirements at that time).

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Piovella et al41 as well as Uusitalo et al42 have collected data to show that complications secondary to eye movement occur more frequently during the early phase of the learning curve. However, with proper patient instruction and, with the development over time of a “second sense” of anticipating patient eye movement, these potential problems can be reduced. EYELID SQUEEZING, PHOTOPHOBIA, AND PHOTOTOXICITY Any anesthetic technique that does not block the seventh cranial nerve creates the potential for squeezing.

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