Conjunctival Advancing Scleral Tunnel Incision the conjunctival advancing scleral tunnel incision is described including its efficiency and safety
Fornix based Conjunctival Flap closure after Trabeculectomy.wmv Tight closure of limbal conjunctiva is an important step after Trabeculectomy. The advantage of fornix based flap of getting unscarred bleb depends on this closure.
Fugo blade to treat tenon cyst after trabeculectomy surgery 76 years old, one eyed patient, IOP 32 mm, uncontrolled with medication. Trab done elsewhere 1 year back. The conjunctiva is pulled down over the cyst and a transconjunctival track of about 500 micron diameter is made through the tenon capsule, MMC 0,05 % is injected under the conjunctiva, before applying suture to the conjunctival hole.
Pterygium Excision with Conjunctival Autograft with Fibrin Glue Orange County LASIK Surgeon Dr Faris Ghosheh uses conjunctival autograft with fibrin glue to connect large pterygium
Strabismus surgery, Conjunctival clousure, p 14/56 Conjunctival clousure and Sub-Tenon's Local anaesthetic.
Pterygium surgery with conjunctival autograft Pterygium surgery in five minutes. Made in Colima, Col. Mexico by Dr. José Alejandro Lozano Viera. Using the technique of conjunctival autograft. Local anaestesia. This video its to show to people interested in this issue, and not to scare people about eye surgery. The results of this technique are good enough to be used as Standard in modern pterigium surgery.
Pterygium Removal with Conjunctival Autograft A surgical video demonstrating the technique of pterygium removal with conjunctival autograft and Tiseel glue
Fornix Conjunctival Closure Glaucoma surgery Fornix Conjunctival Closure
Conjunctival Ballooning Phaco 3.1 Complications Conjunctival Ballooning Phaco 3.1 Complications
Sub-conjunctival cataract extraction (1933) Pt.1 of 3 A black and white, silent film, made up of a series of illustrations of a number of different cataract operations. The sequences show the different types of cataracts and a variety of procedures to remove or treat them. Find out more:
Conjunctival Chalasis Conjunctivochalasis: Eye Pain that Mimicks Dry Eye, John A. Hovanesian, MD Conjunctival chalasis (sometimes called conjunctivochalasis) is a painful eye condition that mimicks dry eye and is often misdiagnosed as dry eye. In this video, Dr. John Hovanesian, a Laguna Hills, California eye surgeon, discusses how to recognize and treat conjunctival chalasis including surgery.
Recognition and importance of conjunctival Lymphatics Shows how to recognize connjuntival lymphatics.
Amniotic membrane transplant & conjunctival flap In a patient with bilateral corneal melting with near perforation, an amniotic membrane transplant & conjunctival flap is an effec In a patient with bilateral corneal melting with near perforation, an amniotic membrane transplant & conjunctival flap is an effective and conservative approach. A conjunctival peritemy with relaxing incisions is made. Next amniotic membrane is placed on a bed of Tisseal glue in several layers (Morshirfar pancaking) and subsequently sutured with 10-0 vicryl to ensure adherance. Next, the conjunctival flap is advanced and sutured onto the cornea with 10-0 Nylon and the knots are burried. Lastly, two large amniotic membranes are glued over to help with comfort and healing and a bandage contact lens is placed. At the end of the video you see the ipsilateral eye in which a perforation from corneal melting required a sclerocorneal patch.
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Conjunctival Ballooning To releave Conjunctival Ballooning, I use the MVR blade to make 2 slits on both sides of phaco wound.
Conjunctival Cysticercus removed with Fugo blade Dr.Daljit Singh demonstrates the removal of sub conjunctival cysticercus using a Fugo blade.
Conjunctival "donut" from a posterior cataract surgery wound Video discussing the management of a posteriorly placed cataract surgery wound resulting in a conjunctival "donut" and chemosis. Author Thomas Oetting, MS, MD University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology Subscribe to our FREE newsletter
Sub-conjunctival cataract extraction (1933) Pt. 2 of 3 A black and white, silent film, made up of a series of illustrations of a number of different cataract operations. The sequences show the different types of cataracts and a variety of procedures to remove or treat them. Find out more:
Pterygium excision with glued conjunctival autograft by Igor Kaiserman MD Pterygium excision with glued conjunctival autograft using Quixil
Transciliary filtration in a case of phakomorphic glaucoma The patient had not LP, but suffered from severe pain.First pressed the tip of a forceps about 1 mm from the limbus to mark the sclera. Second- pulled down the the conjunctiva to make a positional/marking pit with a 100 micron Fugo blade tip. Then pulled down the conjunctiva with a non-conductive spatula and made a 300 micron activated tip track through the sclera and ciliary body. The fluid movement was small since there is very little fluid in the posterior in a case of phakomorphic glaucoma. Subconjunctival MMC 0.05 % injected before closing the conjunctival hole.
PTERYGIUM EXCISION WITH CONJUNCTIVAL GRAFT-DR. JETHWA.mpg PTERYGIUM EXCISION WITH CONJUNCTIVAL GRAFT . This method reduces chances of recurrences.-DR. JETHWA
Delicate Conjunctiva There is more than meets the eye. This delicate multilayered conjunctival tissue with enough fluid throughout it's thickness keeps it moist and healthy on the surface.From where does this fluid originate and keep on replenishing it perpetually ? No lubricant drops can replicate this ever because they only wet the surface which dries up again and again.
Pterygium Excision with Conjunctival Autografting This video describes the basic surgical technique of primary pterygium excision with conjunctival autografting. This technique has the least chances of recurrence and is relatively simple to perform. Gives excellent post operative cosmesis. I hope that the viewers will find this video useful to understand basic pterygium excision surgery. Educational Video - Dr Rajesh Fogla - Cornea Clinic - Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, India
Ex-PRESS Implantation Fornix Based Conjunctival Incision Ex-PRESS P-50 Mini Glaucoma Shunt Implanted using a Fornix Based Conjunctival Incision technique
"BLOODLESS" Pterygium Surgery w/ Conjunctival Autograft, Mitomycin-C & Glue Dr. Ebbie Soroudi World's First Ever Pterygium Surgery without Scissors or Sutures! All rights reserved Pioneered by Dr. A. Ebbie Soroudi, MD, MS, Surgical Director of the Soroudi Advanced LASIK & Eye Center. 10884 Santa Monica Blvd, 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90025, USA Tel: (310) 474-2010
Aniridia, microcornea, pediatric glaucoma surgery with Fugo blade Conjunctiva slid towards the limbus, restrained with a sapphire plate, 600 micron Fugo blade tip used to make a 1 mm long gutter, through which transciliary filtration is done, The track enlarged with 100 micron Fugo blade tip. Tenonectomy done widely through the conjunctival hole. Two tracks made in to the anterior chamber. Conjunctiva sutured. MMC 0.05 % injected close to the filtration track, hoping it might prevent scarring. 3 yours later, I saw that the AC was good and bleb was extensive.
Pterygium Surgery with Conjunctival Graft & Fibrin Glue - (Dr. Sanjay Dhawan) Pterygium Surgery is known to be associated with high rate of recurrence. By the use of conjunctival auto graft the recurrence rate can be minized. Use of fibrin glue eliminates the need for sutures and makes the recovery a lot more comfortable. For more information on eye diseases & their treatment visit -
Surgical Resection of Conjunctival Squamous Cell Carcinoma using the "No Touch" Technique This video from describes the surgical resection of conjunctival squamous cell carcinoma using the "no touch" technique. The no-touch technique or never touching the tumor, is highlighted. Types of sutures for this procedure are specified.
Pterygium Surgery Conjunctival autografting after pterygium excision is associated with very low rates of recurrence and complications when compared with other techniques. The surgeon's skill and experience affect the recurrence rate, which varies between 2% and 39% with this technique. Nevertheless, because of graft suturing, this method has the disadvantage of a relatively longer surgery time when compared with the bare sclera technique; also it carries the risk of complications such as granuloma formation and giant papillary conjunctivitis, as well as significant patient discomfort after surgery. Because of its biological and biodegradable properties, fibrin-based adhesives may be used under a superficial covering layer (conjunctiva, amniotic membrane, etc) without inducing inflammation. Fibrin glues have been used in an array of ophthalmic procedures such as conjunctival closure in strabismus, vitreoretinal and glaucoma surgery. Tissue adhesives of different types had been used in previous studies to attach conjunctival grafts and, compared with the use of sutures, were associated with a shorter operative time and reduced postoperative complaints. However, the recurrence rates after the use of fibrin glue have been investigated in only a few studies, the results of which have been inconsistent. In the present study, we sought to determine the safety and efficacy of using fibrin glue (Tisseel VH, Baxter AG, Vienna) to attach conjunctival autografts and to the results of such with the ...
Conjunctival Sweeping for Chemosis Phaco 3.1 Complications Conjunctival Sweeping for Chemosis Phaco 3.1 Complications
pterygium surgery This is an excision of a prerygium with a conjunctival autograft
Pterygium excision and Conjunctival autograft
Sub-conjunctival cataract extraction (1933) Pt. 3 of 3 A black and white, silent film, made up of a series of illustrations of a number of different cataract operations. The sequences show the different types of cataracts and a variety of procedures to remove or treat them. Find out more:
Punch Trabeculectomy Technique by Dr. Sudhalkar Punch trabeculectomy was done without anti metabolites in following steps: Superior nasal quadrant was selected for trabeculectomy 6mm fornix based conjunctival flap was made. Partial thickness 3 × 4mm triangular scleral flap was fashioned with the base at the limbus. A clear corneal paracentesis was done at temporal limbus with 20g MVR knife. The scleral flap dissection was extended into clear corneal lamelle and anterior chamber entered with a slit knife. 0.75mm Kelly's punch was used to create a sub scleral window. A peripheral button-hole iridectomy was done through this window. Scleral flap was sutured with 3 interrupted 10/0 nylon non releasable sutures, one at the apex and one on each side. Conjunctiva sutured with 10/0 nylon with buried knots.Dr. Sudhalkar
leaky bleb, conjunctival graft, Video-2 2 days after using cyanoacrylate (Video-1) the pt developed shallow AC, and was scheduled for an autoconjunctival graft
Recurrent pterygium excision with conjunctival autograft using Tisseel
Pterygium Removal & Conjunctival Autograft Surgery with Fibrin Adhesive, Dr. John Hovanesian for more information. Pterygium and autograft surgery using fibrin tissue adhesive as performed at Harvard Eye Associates. 949.951.2020
LYMPHATICS AND GLAUCOMA SURGERY,Daljit Singh study Lymphatics, the vital drainage channels for aqueous. Daljit Singh The conjunctival lymphatics are either totally neglected or receive a cursory mention, in ophthalmic text books and sadly even in books devoted to glaucoma. Over 50 % of aqueous drainage is through uveo-scleral outflow. There no other structures except lymphatics that shall drain the out-coming aqueous, normally and after a filtration surgery. Damage to lymphatics can jeopardize glaucoma surgery results. Under a slit lamp microscope, the lymphatics produce corrugation of the light reflex. The presence of pigment at the limbus highlights the presence of the lymphatics. Sometimes fascinating patterns of lymphatics can be charted. The channels may be visible all around the limbus. Trauma of any kind including surgical can introduce blood inside the lymphatics, making them stand out beautifully. On a rare occasion, one may see lymphatics coursing over the blood vessels, and running parallel to the limbus. A microtrack filtration may fill up the lymphatics close to the limbus. Inside the operation theater, subconjunctival injection of hydrocortisone might enter the lymphatics and thus highlight them. Injury at the limbus may fill up the adjoining lymphatics. Air injection can fill up the lymphatics. Trypan blue injection at the limbus can outline the huge network of conjunctival lymphatics. The dye may sometimes fill up a circular channel in the periphery of the cornea in the place where one finds lucid interval ...
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