Ophthalmology

Scott
22,432 Views · 4 months ago

Short Version of Yag Laser Treatment of Capsule Opacity or "after cataract" Video Presentation by Tampa Bay Area Ophthalmologist Ahad Mahootchi, MD from the Eye Clinic of Florida.

Scott
14,716 Views · 4 months ago

Scott Geller MD of Fort Myers Florida uses A LASAG Yag laser is in thermal mode, 1.5 Joules/pulse to treat the trabecular meshwork between the cornea and iris for glaucoma. The view is of the inside anterior eyeball.

Scott
22,739 Views · 4 months ago

real time video of modern cataract surgery employing a temporal, clear-corneal approach with topical anesthesia and ultrasound phacoemulsification; an aspheric silicone lens implant is inserted

Mohamed Ibrahim
11,632 Views · 4 months ago

This video shows a surgeon's view during vitrectomy for macular pucker and indocyanine green assisted removal of the ILM.

Mohamed Ibrahim
13,919 Views · 4 months ago

This video shows management of rupture of the posterior capsule post blunt trauma in a child aged 8. Pre-operative suspicion of PCR was strong because of a flat anterior. So we were careful in our approach from the very beginning. CCC was performed and then dry aspiration of lens matter initiated. Sice vitreous showed, so anterior vitrectomy was done along with systematic removal of the lens matter. An acrysof multi-component lens was implanted into the sulcus and optic captured into the CCC.Outcome was very good.

Mohamed Ibrahim
14,049 Views · 4 months ago

Very Hard White Cataract with trypan blue "Vision blue" Capsule Staining

Mohamed Ibrahim
12,780 Views · 4 months ago

Capsulorrhexis after trypan blue staining of anterior capsule. Controlled Rhexis with forceps. Phacoemulsification by devide and conquer technique

Mohamed Ibrahim
13,545 Views · 4 months ago

Triangular flap fornix based trabeculectomy in POAG using MMC

Mohamed Ibrahim
1,655 Views · 4 months ago

One of the various variations of trabeculectomy...

Mohamed Ibrahim
19,571 Views · 4 months ago

technique of combined cataract surgery and glaucoma tube shunt using triamcinolone to verify fluid outflow

Mohamed Ibrahim
12,584 Views · 4 months ago

Demonstrative video of Advanced PRK - No Touch Technique. 100% Laser. In this particular technique there is no need for mechanical device or to cut the corneal flap.

M_Nabil
27,536 Views · 4 months ago

A video showing the PRK laser eye surgery

M_Nabil
35,859 Views · 4 months ago

Removal of a foreign body from the eye (fish hook)

Mohamed Ibrahim
27,632 Views · 4 months ago

Cataract eye surgery

Mohamed Ibrahim
65,043 Views · 4 months ago

A very bad lasik eye surgery duringwhich the surgeon messed everything

Mohamed Ibrahim
27,469 Views · 4 months ago

Lasik correction of vision of a 26 years old male patient

Mohamed Ibrahim
29,808 Views · 4 months ago

Ptosis is when the upper eyelid droops over the eye. The eyelid may droop just a little, or so much that it covers the pupil (the black dot at the center of your eye that lets light in). Ptosis can limit or even completely block normal vision. Children and adults can have ptosis. Fortunately, this condition can be treated to improve vision as well as appearance.

Mohamed Ibrahim
42,050 Views · 4 months ago

This request usually follows orbit examination of a patient with thyroid eye disease. The aim is to look for signs of hyperthyroidism and less commonly hypothyroidism.

Mohamed Ibrahim
36,577 Views · 4 months ago

Eye tests are important for the detection of many common eye infections and diseases. Eyes are also an important indicator to detect chronic systemic diseases like Hypertension and Diabetes.  Must after maxillofacial trauma to rule out any near and late complications emerging for the eyes. 2. There are two perspectives for examining the eyes : 1. Ophthalmic Perspective – because eyes are prone to many infections, diseases and conditions. 2. Maxillofacial Perspective – because the eyes and the orbit forms an integral component of facial and mid-facial fractures and trauma.

Mohamed Ibrahim
46,256 Views · 4 months ago

To avoid pupil constriction while accommodating, ask to the patient to fix on a distant object throughout your examination. Look for equal pupil sizes, and check again with the lights off. Anisocoria is not a feature of an afferent defect. They dilate again after the light is removed.




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