Advances in Ophthalmology by S. Rumelt

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Negi, A. (2006). Comparison of confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy, scanning laser polarimetry and optical coherence tomography to discriminate ocular hypertension and glaucoma at an early stage. 244, (July 2005), pp. J. I. (2001). Laser cataract surgery. A prospective clinical evaluation of 1000 consecutive laser cataract procedures using the dodick photolysis Nd:YAG system. 108, (April 2001), pp. 649–655, ISSN 0161-6420 Kęcki, Z. (1999). S. M. (2010). Argon laser suture lysis following glaucoma filtering surgery – A short introduction to the procedure.

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Two such ophthalmic surgeries, cataract extraction and pars plana vitrectomy, are described below in detail. 1 Technique overview Over two million cataract extractions are performed yearly in the United States making it the most common ophthalmic surgery, and among the most frequently performed surgeries in any field. A “cataract” refers to a focal or diffuse opacification of the crystalline lens, a structure that is normally optically clear and measures approximately 10mm wide and 6mm deep. Opacities within the lens limit the normal focusing ability of the lens resulting in blurred vision.

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