Planned intracapsular cataract extraction Instructional video explaining the steps of a planned intracapsular cataract surgery. Author Thomas Oetting, MS, MD University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology Subscribe to our FREE newsletter
Cataract Surgery Real time cataract surgery using state of the art techniques as of Jan 2009
Efficient Cataract Surgery William Wiley, MD medical director of Cleveland Eye Clinic performs routine unedited Cataract Surgery with B&L Millennium Phaco and AMO Tecnis IOL With a vertical chop technique
Nepal cataract patients see light An estimated 150000 people in Nepal are blind because of cataracts, but at the same time, Nepal has one of the highest rates of curable blindness anywhere in the world. One doctor in particular has been making remarkable progress in treating cataracts - and setting the example for many other developing countries, where 90 per cent of the world's blind reside. Sanduk Ruit, the Nepalese surgeon some call the "God of Sight", has removed 100000 cataracts over his 30-year career. As the surgeon's mobile eye camp received patients at a monastery in Dharding, hundreds of people, most of whom had never seen a doctor before, had travelled for days by bicycle, motorbike, bus and even on their relatives' backs to get an appointment. Al Jazeera's Subina Shrestha visits Ruit's clinic at Phulahari Monastery in remote Dharding, where at the end of the day, it is individual human experience that may be most rewarding of all. WARNING: This video contains graphic images that viewers may find disturbing.
ACVO Cataract, You and Your Pet Cataract, You and Your Pet is a primer for pet owners considering cataract surgery for their dog or cat. Produced by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists this video explores, causes, detection, effects and treatment of cataract in dogs and cats. For more information visit , DVD's available, contact office09@
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PreOp® Patient Education: Cataract Small Incision Eye pt.2 Patient ED @ 617-379-1582 INFO On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. And you'll given eye drops to dilate, or open, the pupil. You will then be transferred to the operating table. To begin, the surgeon will use a special instrument to gently hold the eyelids apart. Then the surgeon will apply an antiseptic solution to the skin around the eye. .. before injecting a local anesthetic. While the anesthetic is taking effect, the surgeon will position a microscope in front of the eye. Patient Education By now, the pupil will be fully open, or dilated. When the operative field is numb, the surgeon will use the microscope to help make a very small incision just 3 millimeters above the iris. The lens is located just behind the iris contained in the elastic capsule. Next the surgeon will open the top of the capsule and remove the lens. Most likely, your doctor will use a small probe which vibrates at a high frequency. The probes vibrations break the old lens into microscopic pieces ... which can then be drawn out with gentle suction. Through the small incision, the surgeon will then insert the new lens. The lens is actually rolled up inside a special injector, designed to fit through the small incision made above the iris. With the tip of the injector inside the eye, the surgeon slowly injects the new lens where it unfolds into position. Because of the small ...
Cataract Eye Surgery Cataract Eye Surgery, hypermature senile cataract (HMSC). This is a live recording of the eye surgery and involves scalpels, needles and other medical instruments. It is not recommended for the faint at heart.
Florence Henderson on Crystalens Cataract Surgery America's favorite TV mom, shares the experience of her cataract surgery. She offers tips on dealing with cataracts, including treatment options like Crystalens® FOR RELEASE MONDAY, JUNE 21, 2010 Bausch + Lomb, the global eye health company is partnering with actress Florence Henderson to inform older Americans about cataract surgery. Cataracts are the leading cause of diminishing vision. It is estimated that 20.5 million Americans over the age of 40 have cataracts -- a clouding of the eye's natural lens that impairing one's ability to see clearly.
Modern Cataract Surgery 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
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PreOp® Patient Education Cataract Small Incision Eye Patient ED @ 617-379-1582 INFO Your doctor has recommended that you undergo lens replacement surgery to treat a cataract. But what does that actually mean? The human eye is constructed like a camera - with a clear lens in the front. The lens is located just behind the iris. It is contained in an elastic capsule. This capsule will serve as the housing for the new lens. All light that enters the eye has to pass through this lens. As we age, this lens can become cloudy and gradually lose its ability to focus properly. This is called a cataract.If left untreated, a cataract can grow steadily worse - interfering more and more with your vision. Generally, replacing a cataract with an artificial lens is a simple procedure. It usually involves a single incision in the white of the eye. Through this single opening the cataract is removed and the artificial lens is inserted.
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Modern Cataract Surgery with Toric IOL Modern Cataract Surgery with Toric Intraocular Lens. Small (2.2 mm) incision, sutureless, Topical anesthesia. Anterior stromal puncture marks are used preoperatively on the cornea to align the toric IOL on the correct axis. Performed by Kevin M. Barber, MD Central Florida Eye Specialists
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Eye Surgery- Cataract with Lens Replacement This 3D medical animation shows the formation of a cataract- the clouding of the eye's lens that leads to decreased vision and its removal by two different processes; phacoemulsification and extracapsular removal. In phacoemulsification a tiny probe is inserted into the eye. The probe emits ultrasound waves that break up the cloudy lens into small fragments, then a suction device removes these fragments. This is the most common form of cataract removal surgery. This procedure usually requires no stitches. In extracapsular removal of the cataract an incision is made in the eye, and the hard center of the lens is removed. At the conclusion of each procedure an artificial lens is insert into the eye. Item #ANS00227
Cataract surgery This video illustrates key steps of cataract surgery. It is a compilation of clips from several of my surgeries over the past few months (during ophthalmology residency). Below is a brief breakdown of the steps throughout the video. 0:00-0:02 Paracentesis incision -- used for viscoelastic insertion, second instrument access 0:02-0:12 Viscoelastic -- gel used as a space maintainer, for protection of adjacent tissues, etc 0:14-0:20 Initial strike -- first portion of making a triplanar primary wound/incision 0:20-0:27 Wound construction cont'd -- two more planes to complete a triplanar incision (note the change in angle of the keratome during this clip) 0:27-0:50 Trypan blue -- used to stain the anterior lens capsule for visualization when a cataract is very dense (can be done under viscoelastic or under an air bubble) 0:50-1:20 Capsulorrhexus -- tearing of the anterior lens capsule to create access to the lens/cataract. We aim to get a continuous curvilinear capsulorrhexis if at all possible (continuous, round opening). 1:20-1:31 Iris hooks -- these can be used in cases with small, poorly dilated pupils 1:31-1:36 Hydrodissection -- mobilizes the lens/cataract with a dissecting wave of fluid 1:36-1:40 Hydrodelineation -- mobilizes inner lens (nucleus) from the surrounding lens 1:40-2:01 Grooving -- using ultrasonic handpiece to break up the lens/cataract and suck it out (phacoemulsification). There are many techniques to removing the lens nucleus. 2:01-2:11 Cracking and ...
Cataract Surgery Cataract Eye Surgery. This 3D medical animation depicts the phacoemulsification and extracapsular removal of a cataract (cloudy lens), and the placement of an artificial lens. The lens of the eye is responsible for focusing images onto the back of the eye. It is normally transparent. As a normal part of aging, the lens begins to cloud and causes a gradual, painless loss in vision. Cataract removal is most often performed to better examine the back of the eye when monitoring for damage from certain diseases such as diabetes or glaucoma and to improve vision. There are two main types of cataract removal. The large majority of cataract surgeries are performed using the phacoemulsification technique. During the phacoemulsification technique an ultrasound probe breaks the cloudy lens into tiny fragments. The fragments are vacuumed out through a tiny incision. An intraocular lens implant is then inserted to replace the natural lens that was removed. Because the incision is tiny, stitches are often not necessary and visual improvement is usually noted relatively soon after surgery. During the extracapsular technique the cataract is removed as one entire piece. This requires a larger incision and stitches. An intraocular lens implant (artificial lens) is inserted to replace the natural lens that was removed. Recovery is usually slower, due to the larger incision. The stitches sometimes need to be removed, which is usually done in the office. After both ...
Ophthalmology Spotlight: Cataracts, Glaucoma and Dry Eyes Drs. Musa Awan and Adam Gant are board-certified ophthalmologists with Watson Clinic in Lakeland, Florida. Here, they discuss the diagnosis and treatment of the most common eye-related disorders, including cataracts, glaucoma and dry eyes. For more information, please visit our website at or call 863-680-7486 to schedule an appointment with any member of our ophthalmology team.
How cataract surgery is carried out Animation to show how cataractsurgery is carried out. The content is intended for general information only and does not replace the need for personal advice from a qualified health professional. For more information visit our health information site
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Modern Cataract Surgery: Alcon ReSTOR IOL with LRI Edited surgical video of cataract operation with limbal relaxing incisions placed prior to surgery and then insertion of an aspheric Alcon SN6AD3 multifocal intraocular lens implant; part 1 of 2.
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1997 Cataract Canyon High Water 1 Oar boat surfs the Window Wave (top of Big Drop Two), then goes for more in Satan's Gut (Big Drop Three). Second time was not a charm. What a ride! These videos were taken between May 28 and June 18, 1997 from several locations along Big Drops Two and Three. During this time, the river's flow ranged from 50000 to 71000 cfs. National Park Service video www.nps.gov
Modern Cataract Surgery This is an example of small-incision cataract and intra-ocular lens implant surgery I filmed about four years ago, as viewed through the operating microscope. It uses a one-handed technique which I find very helpful in certain cases, especially for "soft" cataracts.
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Yag Capsulotomy- for "after cataract" lens capsule clouding Information for Patients and Doctors on the Laser Treatment of Anterior and Posterior Capsule Opacity and Contraction after Cataract Surgery. Videos of the treatment with special cases, Acrylic lenses, toric lenses, and Crystalens are shown. Presented by Ahad Mahootchi, MD and The Eye Clinic of Florida,
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