Complications of Glaucoma Surgery
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Glaucoma surgery is difficult and fraught with complications. Some complications are common and mild, while others are rare and/or vision threatening. However, good outcomes are still likely if those complications encountered are managed properly. This book is intended for those surgeons wishing to improve their skills and abilities to manage difficult problems that will come up during the care of glaucoma patients. Comprising seven comprehensive sections, chapters in this volume address outflow mechanisms after glaucoma surgery, wound healing processes and modulators, complications in filtering surgery, tube shunt implantation, and angle procedures, among other topics. The authors of each chapter provide surgical and clinical pearls not only for managing difficulties but in preventing them as well. Additionally, because each surgeon has their own way of addressing a particular situation, there is commentary at the end of each chapter to provide another opinion or strategy for dealing with a particular surgical scenario. Cross-referencing is provided throughout this book to direct the reader to as many helpful sections as possible.
Both thorough and highly-illustrative, this book will help both new and experienced glaucoma surgeons deal with complications and provide successful results for their patients.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 448 pages
  • 185.42 x 256.54 x 30.48mm | 1,202.01g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0195382366
  • 9780195382365

About Robert M. Feldman

Robert M. Feldman, MD, is Professor and Chairman, the Ruiz Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. He serves as Director at the Robert Cizik Eye Clinic.

Nicholas P. Bell, MD, is Clinical Associate Professor, the Ruiz Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. He currently serves as the Chief of Ophthalmology at the Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital in Houston, TX.
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An exceptionally well-written text * Graefe's Archive * captures the invaluable experience of renowned glaucoma surgeons * Graefe's Archive *
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Table of contents

Contributors ; Part One: Aqueous Outflow Mechanism after Glaucoma Surgery ; A. Trabeculectomy and Tube Shunts ; 1. Trabeculectomy and Tube Shunts ; Darrell WuDunn ; B. Angle and Non-penetrating ; 2. Angle and Nonpenetrating Glaucoma Surgery ; Huijuan Wu and Teresa C. Chen ; Part Two: Wound Healing in Glaucoma ; 3. Wound Healing in Glaucoma ; Kimberly A. Mankiewicz, Leonard K. Seibold, Malik Y. Kahook, and Mark B. Sherwood ; Part Three: Filtering Surgery Complications ; A. Intraoperative Complications ; 4. Conjunctival Buttonholes ; Misha F. Syed ; 5. Intraoperative Hyphema ; Edney R. Moura Filho and Arthur J. Sit ; 6. Choroidal Effusion and Hemorrhage ; Ronald L. Fellman ; 7. Vitreous Prolapse and Lens Injury ; Paul Harasymowycz ; 8. Descemet's Membrane Detachment ; Malik Y. Kahook ; 9. Scleral Flap Dehiscence ; Jeff Maltzman and Silvia D. Orengo-Nania ; B. Early Postoperative Complications ; 10. Hypotony ; Hector J. Villarrubia and Nicholas P. Bell ; 11. Elevated IOP with a Flat Anterior Chamber ; David G. Godfrey ; 12. Elevated IOP with a Deep Anterior Chamber ; Annie K. Baik and James D. Brandt ; 13. Early Excessive Iritis ; Kundandeep S. Nagi ; 14. Early Vision Loss After Trabeculectomy ; Robert D. Fechtner and Albert S. Khouri ; C. Late Postoperative Complications ; 15. Late Bleb Failure ; Peter T. Chang ; 16. Late Bleb Leaks ; Parul Khator and Jonathan S. Myers ; 17. Cataracts and Visual-Axis Opacities ; John P. Berdahl and Thomas W. Samuelson ; 18. Dysesthetic Blebs ; Jason A. Goldsmith ; 19. Bleb Related Vision Loss ; Shai Bar-Sela ; 20. Uveitis ; Mahmoud A. Khaimi ; D. Complications Common to Early and Late Postoperative Period ; 21. Late Hypotony without Leak ; Angelo P. Tanna ; 22. Hypotony Maculopathy ; Robert L. Stamper ; 23. Hyphema ; Peter T. Wollan ; 24. Endophthalmitis ; John T. Lind and Steven J. Gedde ; 25. Ptosis ; Marc R. Criden ; E. Complications of Antifibrotic Agents ; 26. Corneal Complications ; Clark L. Springs ; 27. Non-corneal Complications ; Anurag Shrivastava and Kuldev Singh ; F. Revision of Filtering Surgery ; 28. Needling and Revision Complications ; Alfred M. Solish ; G. Complications Specific to Express Shunts ; 29. Complications Specific to Express Shunts ; Steven R. Sarkisian, Jr. ; Part Four: Tube Shunt Complications ; A. Intraoperative Complications ; 30. Tube Misdirection and Inadequate Tube Length ; Omar Piovanetti ; 31. Scleral Perforation ; Jorge L. Rivera ; 32. Vitreous Prolapse ; Tony D. Realini and Albert S. Khouri ; 33. Inadequate Conjunctival Coverage ; Scott D. Lawrence and Peter A. Netland ; B. Postoperative Complications ; 34. Early Hypotony ; Paul A. Sidoti and Michael R. Banitt ; 35. Elevated IOP and Intentional Tube Occulsion ; Ronald L. Gross ; 36. Encysted Bleb ; Jeffrey Freedman ; 37. Obstruction of the Valve ; Phillip P. Chen ; 38. Late Extruding Shunts and Conjunctival Erosions ; Steven D. Vold ; 39. Late Hypotony ; Matthew G. McMenemy ; 40. Visual Loss ; Jess T. Whitson ; 41. Axial Length Changes ; Osman Oram ; 42. Endophthalmitis ; Won I. Kim and Donald L. Budenz ; 43. Diplopia and Ocular Motility Disturbance ; Amir Pirouzian ; 44. Tube Shunt Related Complications of the Cornea ; Nan Wang ; 45. Tube Shunt Related Complications of the Anterior Chamber ; Parag A. Gokhale ; 46. Tube Shunt Related Complications of the Retina and Vitreous ; Judianne Kellaway and Garvin H. Davis ; 47. Tube Shunt Related Complications of the Orbit ; Marc R. Criden ; 48. Tube Shunt Related Complications in Children ; Megan M. Geloneck, Robert M. Feldman, and Nicholas P. Bell ; Part Five: Angle Surgery Complications ; A. Complications Specifically Related to Trabeculotomy in Adults ; 49. Complications Specifically Related to Trabeculotomy in Adults ; Adam C. Reynolds and Ronald L. Fellman ; B. Complications Specifically Related to Trabectome Surgery ; 50. Complications Specifically Related to Trabectome Surgery (Trabeculotomy Internal Approach) ; Brian A. Francis ; C. Complications Specifically Related to Canaloplasty Surgery ; 51. Complications Specifically Related to Canaloplasty Surgery ; Richard A. Lewis ; Part Six: Nonpenetrating Surgery Complications ; A. Complications Common to Nonpentrating Surgeries ; 52. Complications Common to Nonpentrating Surgeries ; Andrew C. Crichton
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