Veterinary Ophthalmic Surgery

 
 
Saunders Ltd. (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 13. August 2011
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  • 476 Seiten
 
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Purchasers of Veterinary Ophthalmic Surgery have at their disposal a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to all types of ophthalmic surgical techniques across all species. Techniques are covered topographically, and species-by-species, with difficulty gradings for each one. Many of these procedures will be undertaken by the veterinary generalist, not only the specialized ophthalmologist. Nearly 1,000 large-sized illustrations, 750 of them in full colour, allow the practitioner to follow the techniques step-by-step. Internationally recognized as an authority on small animal ophthalmic surgery, Dr Gelatt is joined by expert contributors who together provide authoritative and definitive solutions to practitioners' eye surgery requirements. Whatever your field of specialism, this is the only eye surgery book you are ever likely to need.

For: residents in veterinary ophthalmology; general, small animal, and equine veterinary practitioners; veterinary ophthalmologists; veterinary medicine students.

 

-Comprehensive coverage of all species -Lavishly illustrated sequenced figures of all procedures -Step-by-step approach for maximum clarity -A superb collection of online video clips gives clarification of the most common procedures -The only ophthalmic surgery text for veterinarians

  • Englisch
  • London
Elsevier Health Sciences
  • 183,84 MB
978-0-7020-4893-7 (9780702048937)
0702048933 (0702048933)
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  • Front Cover
  • Veterinary Ophthalmic Surgery
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Surgical instrumentation
  • Introduction
  • Design of ophthalmic instruments
  • Ophthalmic surgical instruments
  • Adaptations for large animals and special species ophthalmic surgeries
  • Surgical instruments for ophthalmic surgeries
  • Instrument care, storage, and sterilization
  • Ophthalmic sutures and needles
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 2: The operating room
  • Introduction
  • Magnification
  • Illumination
  • Chairs for microsurgery
  • Patient preparation
  • Basic operative approach
  • Hemostasis
  • Electroepilation
  • Cryotherapy
  • Laser therapy
  • Perioperative drugs
  • Patient recovery/restraint
  • Subpalpebral medication systems
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 3: Anesthesia for ophthalmic surgery
  • Introduction
  • Ophthalmic effects of general anesthetics
  • Preanesthetic medications
  • Injectable general anesthetics
  • Inhalational general anesthetics
  • Neuromuscular blocking agents
  • Ophthalmic drug and anesthetic drug interactions
  • Systemic diseases and general anesthesia
  • Local or regional eyelid injections/nerve blocks
  • Retrobulbar injections/nerve blocks in animals
  • Choice of general anesthetic for selected ophthalmic surgical procedures
  • Adaptations for large animals and special species
  • Horse
  • Cattle
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 4: Surgery of the orbit
  • Surgical management of orbital diseases
  • Ancillary diagnostic procedures
  • Surgical anatomy of animal orbits
  • Surgical pathophysiology
  • Perioperative medications
  • Types of Orbital Surgical Procedures
  • Enucleation procedures in small animals
  • Evisceration with intraocular prosthesis in small animals
  • Exenteration in small animals
  • Enucleation procedures in large animals and special species
  • Orbitotomy in small animals
  • Total and partial orbitectomy
  • Orbitotomy in large animals and special species
  • Surgical management of traumatic proptosis in small animals
  • Surgical augmentation of orbital volume in small animals
  • Postoperative Care and Management
  • Postoperative complications and treatment in all species
  • Short- and long-term results in all species
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 5: Surgery of the eyelids
  • Introduction
  • Anatomy
  • Preoperative examination procedures
  • Surgical considerations of the eyelids
  • Surgical instrumentation
  • Surgical preparations of the eyelids
  • Tarsorrhaphy in small animals
  • Tarsorrhaphy in the horse
  • Aftercare for eyelid surgery in the horse
  • Lateral canthotomy
  • Surgical procedures for eyelid agenesis
  • Surgical procedures for distichiasis
  • Surgical procedures for ectopic cilia
  • Surgical procedures for entropion in small animals
  • Non-surgical treatment of entropion
  • Surgical management of entropion
  • Postoperative management and complications
  • Adaptations in Large Animals and Special Species
  • Entropion in horses
  • Entropion in sheep
  • Entropion and periocular fat pads in the Vietnamese potbellied pig (Sus scrofa)
  • Surgical procedures for ectropion
  • Ectropion in the horse
  • Surgical procedures for combined ectropion and entropion
  • Other surgical procedures
  • Surgical procedures to decrease palpebral fissure size
  • Surgical procedures to increase palpebral fissure size
  • Nasal fold trichiasis and resection in dogs
  • Surgical treatment of chalazion
  • Surgical repair of eyelid lacerations
  • Surgical procedures for minor eyelid neoplasms in small animals
  • Reconstructive blepharoplasty after removal of eyelid masses in small animals
  • Surgeries for eyelid neoplasia in the horse
  • Blepharoplastic procedures for the horse
  • Bovine eyelid surgery
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 6: Surgery of nasolacrimal apparatus and tear systems
  • Introduction
  • Nasolacrimal apparatus
  • Surgical procedures for the nasolacrimal apparatus
  • Adaptations in large animals and special species
  • Nasolacrimal obstructions in large animals
  • Nasolacrimal duct obstructions (extracorneal bullous spectaculopathy) in snakes
  • Surgery for keratoconjunctivitis sicca
  • Surgical anatomy
  • Adaptations in large animals and special species
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 7: Surgical procedures for the conjunctiva and the nictitating membrane
  • Introduction
  • Conjunctival anatomy
  • Anatomy of the nictitans
  • Bulbar/palpebral conjunctival biopsy (punch/snip)
  • Surgical repair of conjunctival lacerations
  • Surgical repair of conjunctival defects
  • Adaptations in large animals and special species
  • Surgical treatment for symblepharon
  • Conjunctival grafts/transplantation
  • Substitute materials for conjunctival grafts
  • Adaptations in large animals and special species
  • Surgeries of the Nictitans
  • Surgical treatment of everted nictitans
  • Surgical treatment for hyperplastic lymphoid follicles
  • Surgical procedures for protrusion of the gland of the nictitating membrane or 'cherry eye'
  • Surgical procedures for prominent/protruded nictitans
  • Nictitating membrane flaps
  • Partial/complete excision of the nictitans
  • Adaptations in large animals and special species
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 8: Surgery of the cornea and sclera
  • Introduction
  • Surgical anatomy
  • Surgical pathophysiology
  • Preoperative treatment considerations
  • Surgical instrumentation for corneal and scleral surgeries
  • Surgical procedures for superficial corneal diseases
  • Surgical procedures for deep corneal ulcerations
  • Surgery for corneal lacerations
  • Surgery for corneal foreign bodies
  • Corneal adhesives
  • Corneal grafts/keratoplasty
  • Thermokeratoplasty
  • Surgical treatment of limbal and scleral diseases
  • Adaptations for large animals and special species
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 9: Surgical procedures of the anterior chamber and anterior uvea
  • Introduction
  • Surgical anatomy
  • Pathophysiology
  • Perioperative considerations
  • Surgery of the anterior chamber
  • Surgical procedures of the anterior uvea
  • Laser treatment of anterior uveal cysts in the dog and cat
  • Laser treatment of anterior uveal neoplasms in the dog
  • Adaptations for large animals and special species
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 10: Surgical procedures for the glaucomas
  • Introduction
  • Diagnostic and monitoring techniques for glaucoma patients
  • Surgical anatomy
  • Preoperative treatment
  • Surgical procedures for the glaucomas
  • Anterior chamber shunts/gonioimplants
  • Cyclodestructive procedures
  • Pharmacologic ablation of the ciliary body
  • Neuroprotection
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 11: Surgical procedures of the lens and cataract
  • Introduction
  • Evolution of cataract surgery in dogs
  • Evolution of cataract surgery in horses
  • Development of the intraocular lens for the dog, cat, and horse
  • Surgical anatomy
  • Surgical pathophysiology
  • Patient selection for all species
  • Non-surgical treatment of cataracts
  • Preoperative preparation
  • Surgical procedures for cataracts and lens removal
  • Choice of ophthalmic anesthesia and surgical exposure
  • Anterior chamber entry for cataract and lens extraction
  • Capsulorhexis and anterior capsulectomies
  • Phacoemulsification
  • Phacoemulsification in small animals
  • Phacoemulsification in the horse
  • Intraocular lens implantation in small animals
  • Intracapsular cataract or lens extraction in small animals
  • Intracapsular cataract or lens extraction in the horse
  • Removal of the unstable lens in small animals
  • Intraocular lens implantation
  • Postoperative treatment and management in small animals
  • Postoperative treatment and management in the horse
  • Postoperative results and complications in small animals
  • Complications of cataract surgery in dogs
  • Postoperative results and complications after lens surgery in the horse
  • The future and challenges of cataract and lens surgery in animals
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 12: Vitreoretinal surgery
  • Introduction
  • Surgical anatomy
  • Surgical pathophysiology
  • Types of retinal detachment
  • Types of vitreoretinal surgery
  • Clinical evaluation of retinal detachments
  • Instrumentation for vitreoretinal surgeries
  • Preoperative considerations for vitreal aspiration and removal
  • Preoperative considerations for retinal detachments
  • Types of vitreoretinal surgery
  • Surgery of the vitreous
  • Adaptations for large animals and special species
  • Surgery of the retina
  • Further reading
  • Index

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