Designed as a video-based textbook of ophthalmic surgeries, "Video Atlas of Ophthalmic Surgeries" covers the entire spectrum of ocular surgeries, divided into Basic and Advanced editions.
Both the Basic and Advanced editions are entirely video-based teaching products with high quality, narrated videos.
With 129 videos, "Video Atlas of Basic Ophthalmic Surgeries" contains nearly 10 hours of state of the art video teaching.
Each video is edited in such a way that the viewer can quickly grasp all the relevant information without having to sit through extensive, unedited surgical videos.
Each surgical video is accompanied with narration so that the viewer can watch and listen to each step during the surgery and learn by demonstrated example. Some video sections and topics include: Oculoplasty and Orbit; Upper eye lid cyst excision, Quickert suture, Evisceration, and more; Conjunctiva and Cornea; Gunderson Flap, Corneal Biopsy, Graft Complications, and more; Refractive Surgery; Aberropia, Intacs with femtosecond, Limbal relaxing incisions, and more; Cataract and IOL; Gas Forced Infusion, Little rhexis trick, Foldable capsular rings, and more; Glaucoma; exploring the Schlemm's canal, Trabeculectomy with mitomycin-C, Limbus based trabeculectomy, and more; Pediatric Ophthalmology; Pediatric cataract extraction, Medial rectus recession, Lateral rectus resection, and more; Retina and Vitreous; and, Vitrectomy machine choice, Subretinal band removal, Vitreous surgery for proliferative diabetic retinopathy, and more.
Led by Amar Agarwal and joined by associate editor Soosan Jacob and their 170 contributors, this user-friendly video-based textbook is the ideal way to successfully understand and immediately apply the given techniques in a clinical environment. It is a must-have for those specializing in individual fields of ophthalmology; practicing ophthalmologists; students, fellows and residents in ophthalmology; as well as libraries and teaching institutions.