Essentials of Glaucoma Surgery

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2012-06-15
  • Publisher: Slack Incorporated

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Essentials of Glaucoma Surgeryprovides a window into glaucoma surgical procedures with rapid insight and ready-to-reference information from more than 50 experienced surgeons in the profession. This resource uses a real world approach to explain surgical glaucoma, allowing the information to be quickly digested and put to use by the reader. Essentials of Glaucoma Surgeryis led by Dr. Malik Y. Kahook and uses concise and straightforward text to clearly explain surgical procedures, along with pearls of practice to augment the chapters and provide advice from the experts, therefore preparing the reader for the operating room. This comprehensive handbook offers explanations of surgical instruments, expert FDA information related to current regulation of surgical devices in the United States, and an appendix of surgical dictations. Essentials of Glaucoma Surgeryalso includes sections that uniquely add historical context, as well as sections with information on the regulatory environment as it relates to devices used for the surgical management of glaucoma. Additionally, a section is included that offers perspectives from renowned experts on glaucoma surgery from where it began to where the future will go. With its real-world approach, user-friendly format, expert advice, and unique point of view, practicing ophthalmologists, residents, fellows, and medical students will benefit from Essentials of Glaucoma Surgery.

Author Biography

Malik Y. Kahook, MD is Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of Clinical and Translational Research in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Colorado. He also directs the glaucoma service and glaucoma fellowship, and serves as a faculty member in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Colorado. He specializes in the medical and surgical treatment of glaucoma and cataracts. He is active within the ophthalmology community including memberships in the American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Glaucoma Society, American Society of Refractive and Cataract Surgeons, and the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. Dr. Kahook has authored more than 180 peer-reviewed manuscripts, abstracts, and book chapters, and is editor of Chandler and Grant’s Glaucoma. He was awarded an American Glaucoma Society Clinician-Scientist Fellowship Award for 2007 as well as the American Glaucoma Society Compliance Grant for 2006 and was named New Inventor of the Year for the University of Colorado in 2009 and Inventor of the Year for 2010. He has filed for 12 patents, several of which have been licensed by companies for development and commercialization. Dr. Kahook is a consultant to the Food and Drug Administration’s Ophthalmic Device Division.    

Dr. Kahook completed his residency training at the University of Colorado, Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute in Denver, Colorado, where he was named Chief Resident. He then went on to complete his fellowship in glaucoma from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Table of Contents

Section I Introduction to Basic Concepts of Glaucoma Surgery Chapter 1 The Surgical Decision-Making Process Kathryn L. Pepple, MD, PhD and R. Rand Allingham, MD Chapter 2 Surgical Anatomy David Fleischman, MD and John P. Berdahl, MD Chapter 3 Wound Modulation After Filtration Surgery Leonard K. Seibold, MD and Malik Y. Kahook, MD Section II Trabeculectomy Chapter 4 Trabeculectomy Surgery: Decision Making and Technique Marcos Reyes, MD; James A. Fox, MD; and Mahmoud A. Khaimi, MD Chapter 5 Trabeculectomy: Management of Postoperative Complications Jonathan Eisengart, MD Section III Glaucoma Drainage Device Implantation Chapter 6 Preoperative Evaluation for Glaucoma Drainage Device Surgery Joshua D. Stein, MD, MS Chapter 7 Types of Glaucoma Drainage Implants Jeffrey Zink, MD Chapter 8 Standard Technique for Implanting Glaucoma Drainage Devices Joshua D. Stein, MD, MS Chapter 9 Location of Glaucoma Drainage Implants and Tubes Gabriel T. Chong, MD and Richard K. Lee, MD, PhD Chapter 10 Use of Antimetabolites With Tube Shunt Surgery Anup K. Khatana, MD Chapter 11 Considerations on Day of Glaucoma Drainage Implant Surgery Jeffrey Zink, MD Chapter 12 Postoperative Management of Glaucoma Drainage Implants Jeffrey Zink, MD Chapter 13 Glaucoma Drainage Devices: Management of Intraoperative and Postoperative Complications Jonathan Eisengart, MD Section IV Glaucoma Surgery Combined With Cataract Extraction Chapter 14 Cataract Surgery and Intraocular Pressure John P. Berdahl, MD and Thomas W. Samuelson, MD Chapter 15 Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation Steven R. Sarkisian Jr., MD Chapter 16 Combined Phacoemulsification and Trabectome Michael B. Horsley, MD and Douglas J. Rhee, MD Chapter 17 Glaucoma Filtration Surgery Combined With Cataract Extraction Matthew Rouse, MD and Mahmoud A. Khaimi, MD Chapter 18 Canaloplasty Combined With Cataract Extraction Ben J. Harvey, MD and Mahmoud A. Khaimi, MD Chapter 19 Cataract Extraction Plus iStent John P. Berdahl, MD Section V Lasers Chapter 20 Argon Laser Trabeculoplasty Elizabeth T. Viriya, MD and Joseph R. Zelefsky, MD Chapter 21 Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty Denise A. John, MD, FRCSC and Jennifer Somers Weizer, MD Chapter 22 Comparison of Argon Laser Trabeculoplasty and Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty Fiorella Saponara, MD and Joshua D. Stein, MD, MS Chapter 23 Laser Peripheral Iridotomy Christopher Leung, MD Chapter 24 Argon Laser Peripheral Iridoplasty Clement C. Y. Tham, FRCS(Glasgow), FCOphth(HK); Dennis S. C. Lam, MD(HK), FRCS(Edin), FRCOphth(UK), FCOphth(HK); and Robert Ritch, MD Chapter 25 Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation Douglas E. Gaasterland, MD Chapter 26 Endocyclophotocoagulation Nathan Radcliffe, MD and Malik Y. Kahook, MD Section VI Less Common Surgeries Chapter 27 Surgical Iridectomy Stephen P. Verb, MD, MHSA and Nauman Imami, MD, MHSA Chapter 28 Repair of Cyclodialysis Clefts Amy Badger-Asaravala, MD and Robert Stamper, MD Chapter 29 Drainage of Choroidal Effusions Leon W. Herndon, MD Chapter 30 Angle Surgery: Goniotomy and Trabeculotomy Danielle M. Ledoux, MD; Suzanne Johnston, MD; and David S. Walton, MD Section VII Surgical Management of Complicated Glaucomas Chapter 31 Surgical Management of Neovascular Glaucoma Jonathan Eisengart, MD Chapter 32 Surgical Management of Uveitic Glaucoma Jonathan Eisengart, MD Chapter 33 Glaucoma Surgery in the Nanophthalmic Eye Tiffany N. Szymarek, MD; Sayoko Moroi, MD, PhD; and Jonathan Eisengart, MD Chapter 34 Glaucoma Surgery in Aniridia Patients Jeffrey Zink, MD Chapter 35 Glaucoma Surgery in Corneal Transplant Patients Preeya K. Gupta, MD and John P. Berdahl, MD Chapter 36 Glaucoma Surgery in the Keratoprosthesis Patient Jeffrey Zink, MD Chapter 37 Concomitant Glaucoma Drainage Devices and Corneal Transplantation Preeya K. Gupta, MD and John P. Berdahl, MD Chapter 38 Glaucoma Drainage Device Implantation Combined With Pars Plana Vitrectomy Jonathan Eisengart, MD Section VIII Novel Approaches Chapter 39 EX-PRESS Glaucoma Filtration Device Mahmoud A. Khaimi, MD and Malik Y. Kahook, MD Chapter 40 Canaloplasty Mahmoud A. Khaimi, MD Chapter 41 Trabectome Mina Pantcheva, MD and Malik Y. Kahook, MD Chapter 42 Suprachoroidal Devices Sarwat Salim, MD, FACS Section IX Surgical Trials and Regulatory Insights Chapter 43 Review of Glaucoma Surgery Clinical Trials Travis C. Rumery, DO; David C. Musch, PhD, MPH; and Joshua D. Stein, MD, MS Chapter 44 US Food and Drug Administration Regulation of Ophthalmic Devices R. Lee Kramm, MSE, MD and Malvina B. Eydelman, MD Chapter 45 Glaucoma Surgery in Resource-Poor Settings Nathan Congdon, MD, MPH Section X Perspectives on Surgery from the Experts Chapter 46 Are You Still Withholding the \u201cTrabeculectomy Cure?\u201d David L. Epstein, MD, MMM Chapter 47 Glaucoma Surgical Innovation Nearing the Tipping Point Thomas W. Samuelson, MD Chapter 48 Glaucoma Surgery: A Paradox Richard A. Lewis, MD Chapter 49 Future of Glaucoma Ayyala Ramesh Chapter 50 Glaucoma Surgery: Where We Started and Where We Are Going Marlene R. Moster, MD Chapter 51 Progress in Surgery for Glaucoma Robert D. Fechtner, MD Chapter 52 Looking at Glaucoma Surgery Joel S. Schuman, MD, FACS Appendix A Surgical Supplies, Instruments, and Implants for the Operating Room Nathan Radcliffe, MD Appendix B Diagnostic and Procedural Codes for Glaucoma and Glaucoma Surgery Nathan Radcliffe, MD Appendix C Informed Consent in Glaucoma Surgery Nathan Radcliffe, MD Appendix D Surgical Dictation Examples Nathan Radcliffe, MD and Anna-Maria Demetriades, MD Appendix E Commonly Used Laser Settings Nathan Radcliffe, MD Financial Disclosures Index

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