Lens Surgery after Previous Refractive Surgery

by Frank Joseph Goes

The book titled “Lens Surgery after Previous Refractive Surgery” emphasizes on increasing need that is facing ophthalmologists all over the world today, which is the growing number of previous refractive surgery patients. This book deals with all aspects of lens-based surgery on previous refractive patients, including issues surrounding when to intervene, biometry, considerations for the surgical procedure itself, lens choices, management of complications, and views into the future The book has 9 sections and 25 chapters. This book found its usefulness in the domain of ophthalmology and also for ophthalmologists, ophthalmic surgeons and refractive surgeons. The topics covered in this book provide an excellent opportunity for ophthalmologists to understand the problem in a comprehensive way and to find answers to the common questions such as right time to replace the lens in an eye that had prior refractive lens surgery, procedure, pitfalls and its complications. ‘IOL Power Calculation’, ‘Decision Making’ and ‘The Surgery’ are some of the important topics covered with a personal approach based on the advice given by surgeons.

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Book Detail

Editor
1. Goes Frank Joseph
Editor's Affiliation
1. Goes Eye Centre, W.Klooslaan 6 B2050, Antwerp, Belgium
ISBN
9789380704647
Speciality
Ophthalmology
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/11227
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2011
Pages
236
Book Type
Professional

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