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TitleAberration-Free Refractive Surgery [electronic resource] : New Frontiers in Vision / edited by Josef F. Bille, Carol F. H. Harner, Frieder F. Loesel
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2004
Edition Second, Enlarged Edition
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-18161-0
Descript XIX, 297 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Refractive surgeons and clinicians are searching for a more customized approach to refractive surgery. This comprehensive report on sight correction through laser surgery provides the practitioner with solid background information from top industry researchers. Carefully illustrated, it details the latest techniques and clinical results in wavefront technology for laser surgery, which is now defining a new standard of practice. This second edition has been significantly expanded to include in-depth descriptions of important new advances as well as glimpses of what the future holds. The book will be indispensable to all wishing to extend their knowledge of customized refractive surgery with an understanding of the underpinning technology


CONTENT

1 The Development of Wavefront Technology and its Application to Ophthalmology -- 2 Wavefront Technology for Vision and Ophthalmology -- 3 An Aberration Generator for the Calibration of Wavefront-Sensing Optometers -- 4 Optical Quality of the Human Eye: The Quest for Perfect Vision -- 5 First Clinical Results with WaveScan -- 6 Wavefront Analysis: Clinical Primer -- 7 Active Eye Tracking for Excimer Laser Refractive Surgery -- 8 Cyclotorsional Eye Tracking -- 9 Full Registration of the Laser Ablation to the Wavefront Measurement -- 10 Variable Spot Scanning and Wavefront-Guided Laser Vision Correction -- 11 Wavefront Driven Custom Ablation: First Clinical Results -- 12 Photorefractive Keratectomy: Indications, Surgical Techniques, Complications, and Results -- 13 Reviewing the Wavefront Clinical Trials: Myopia, Hyperopia, and Eyes with Reduced Acuity -- 14 Refractive Surgical Applications of Femtosecond Lasers -- 15 Femtosecond Laser Technology in Keratoplasty -- Appendices -- A Refractive Society Symposium -- A.1 Comparing WaveScan and Manifest Refractions D.D. Koch -- A.2 Patient Selection for LVC Using Wavefront Technology J.F. Doane -- A.3 Multi-center Wavefront Ablations T.P. Oโ{128}{153}Brien -- A.4 Six-month U.S. Refractive Wavefront Ablation Results C. Kraff -- A.5 Preliminary Therapeutic Wavefront Ablation Results R.K. Maloney -- A.6 Presbyobic LASIK Techniques G.E. Tamayo -- A.7 Diagnostic Wavefront Compensation with Adaptive Optics F.H. Loesel -- B Refractive Outcomes with โ{128}{156}One-Stepโ{128}{157} Wavefront Guided LASIK D.D. Koch, L. Wang -- B.1 Introduction -- B.2 Patients and Methods -- B.2.1 Patient Selection -- B.2.2 WaveScan Treatment Design -- B.2.3 WavePrint Treatment Methods -- B.2.4 Main Outcome Measures -- B.3 Results -- B.3.1 Cohort Description -- B.3.2 UCVA -- B.3.3 Change in BSCVA -- B.3.4 Predictability -- B.3.5 Stability -- B.3.6 Higher Order Aberration Changes -- B.3.7 Complications and Adverse Events -- B.4 Conclusion -- About the Editors


Medicine Ophthalmology Biophysics Biological physics Physical measurements Measurement Medicine & Public Health Ophthalmology Measurement Science and Instrumentation Biophysics and Biological Physics



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