Intraocular Lenses - Gerstein Eye This video illustrates the state-of-the-art technology used in intraocular lenses and how it can provide great, new vision for a lifetime.
Receiving Intraocular Lenses or Intacs as an Alternative to www.toronto- Some patients may not be the right candidates for LASIK or PRK procedures. YELC does, however, offer alternative treatments and procedures to aid in bettering eyesight. Intraocular lenses can be inserted straight into the eye during a surgical procedure. An implanted intraocular lens has the ability to fix very high degrees of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Another alternative to LASIK are intacs, which are tiny segments of plastic that are inserted into the cornea. Though intacs were originally developed to treat low degrees of nearsightedness, they have been found to be especially effective in people with unusually- or irregularly-shaped corneas. The intacs are able to smooth out the cornea, improving vision. Yonge Eglinton Laser Eye & Cosmetic Centre 2345 Yonge Street, Suite 212 Toronto, Ontario, M4P 2E5 Ph. 866-415-2210 Fx. 416-545-0049 For more information visit www.toronto-
Intraocular lens exchange Acrysof IQ Intraocular lens exchange due to a miscalculation. Special scisors to cut the acrylic intraocular lens. Incision size 3mm, corneal limbic. Dr. Lozano Viera. Colima, Col. Mexico.
Verisyse Phakic Intraocular Lens Implantation A surgical video demonstrating the technique for Verisyse phakic intraocular lens implantation
Eight Copper Wires Intraocular foreign bodies Surgery Dr. Ajay Dudani This surgical video shows removal of Eight copper wires from the eye after an electric shock. The eye recovered 90% vision
CATARACT SURGERY: INTRAOCULAR LENS AND ASTIGMATISM The AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL addressed this challenge with two key features. Innovative STABLEFORCE® haptics keep the lens highly stable and centered in the eye (haptics are the "arms" on the IOL that hold it in place). At the same time, the patented biocompatible material of the AcrySof® IQ Toric lens naturally binds to tissues in the eye, for even more stability. Studies have shown that these biomechanic improvements result in minimal lens movement, giving AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL patients clearer, more reliable vision. Plus, with the lens' new aspheric design, cataract patients with astigmatism can enjoy improved image quality, possibly better than they've ever experienced.
Insertion of Ophthec Artificial Iris Intraocular Lens This surgery is a cataract extraction in a patient with congenital aniridia. An Ophtec articificial iris intraocular lens was implanted.
Suturing an intraocular lens with two-point fixation Video discussing the suturing an intraocular lens with two-point fixation. Author Thomas Oetting, MS, MD University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology Subscribe to our FREE newsletter
INTRAOCULAR COMPLICATION MANAGEMENT SET ALAN CRANDALL, MD - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Removal on an intraocular metallic foreign body Removal on an intraocular metallic foreign body, Australia Network Channel 10 news.
Intraocular Melanoma Health Byte Intraocular melanoma is a form of eye cancer that can be very deadly. Get expert tips and advice on preventing and treating eye cancer in this video.
Intraocular Foreign Bodies VR1 Basic Techniques Intraocular Foreign Bodies VR1 Basic Techniques
intraocular lens (IOL) Exchange we decide to exchange the IOL after 2 weeks from insertion becouse of IOL power miscalculation.
AHMED: Repositioning of intraocular lens to iris (suture fixation) IOL repositioning by suturing to iris. Use of micrograspers and microtying forceps. Ike Ahmed
Intraocular Lens Implant Intraocular lenses, commonly called IOLs, may be one of the most important ophthalmic developments in the past 30 years. These tiny prescription lenses are placed inside the eye during cataract or Clear Lens Extraction And Replacement surgery (CLEAR), replacing the eye's natural lens (called a cataract when it becomes clouded).
Avoid LASIK Complications - Visian Phakic Intraocular Lens Upon learning about dry eye and other LASIK complications, this myopic patient explores the benefits of phakic IOLs. With IOLs, no eye tissue is removed, and no flap is cut in the cornea. To avoid the risk of LASIK complications, she chooses Visian IOLs, and is extremely happy with her decision. STAAR Surgical Company 1911 Walker Avenue Monrovia, California 91016 Phone 1-800-352-7842 For more information please visit:
Multifocal Intraocular Lens This is a video of a cataract surgery and the implantation of a multifocal intraocular lens.
Intraocular Injection of Ranibizumab Therapy for Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration University of Iowa doctors describe their technique of intraocular injection of ranibizumab for the treatment of neovascular age-related macular degeneration.
Tetraflex accommodating intraocular lens Newsclip featuring Tetraflex accommodating intraocular lens, by Miami surgeon William Trattler, MD
DMPLUS Doble intraocular system DMPLUS Doble intraocular system AJL Ophthalmic
Intraocular Lenses (IOLs) ReStor, ReZoom, & Crystalens How popular Intraocular lenses like ReStor, ReZoom, & Crystalens are used in the treatment of cataracts. For more information please visit
Intraocular Cyst Removal, Retinal cyst surgery Retinal cysts can be the precursors to retinal detachments. If the vision is blurry, that is a clear indication that the ophthtalmologist should check as soon as possible. If the cyst expands to include the macula (area needed for clear vision) or if it is associated with a retinal hole then treatment is needed. This treatment may involve laser application to prevent a retinal detachment or actual surgery to reattach the retina, if it is already in the process of detachment. Other Retinal macrocysts are an occasional finding in patients with long-standing retinal detachments. The cysts usually do not require any specific treatment during procedures to repair retinal detachment and resolve spontaneously after retinal reattachment. However, if the cyst is adjacent to a retinal break and prevents its closure, the retinal reattachment procedure can fail. There is a technique using the Nd:YAG laser to perforate the retinal cyst postoperatively, which allows for subsequent break closure and retinal reattachment.
Intraocular foreign body Patient came to see us 1 day after he was grinding metal with a spinning brush.
Triple intraocular lens implantation in nanophthalmos Nanophthalmos is a rare condition characterized by very short eye lenght and high hyperopia. Refractive lens exchange is an option in this condition. In this case I have implanted 3 iol's in the same eye.
Visian ICL: The Intraocular Contact Lens Visian ICL (Intraocular Contact Lens) is the latest alternative to LASIK, SBK, and Epi-LASIK. The Staar Collamer Phakic Implant corrects 3 to 16 diopters of nearsightedness with an almost instant return of stable, sharp, clear vision. James Lewis, MD, of the Wills Eye Surgical Network and The Pennsylvania College of Optometry, narrates and performs this surgery. Originally the ICL was considered for patients not suitable for LASIK. It is now considered an alternative that may be better than LASIK for many. There are less halos, starbursts and glare and absolutely no dry eye, regression or corneal issues after surgery. Dr. Lewis uses the Zeiss Visante™ (OCT: Optical Coherence Tomographer) to assess the patients both pre and post-operatively.
Scleral Suture Fixation of Posterior Chamber Intraocular Lens Elderly patient who had cataract surgery several years ago. One year previous to this surgery she fell and ruptured her left eye. Another surgeon repaired the rupture and removed the superior iris. She did not tolerate contact lenses. Her macular edema was treated. Because she had no support for an anterior chamber or posterior chamber intraocular lens, this lens was sutured behind the iris. This technique allows the knots from the prolene suture securing the intraocular lens to be rotated into the eye. The scleral flap covering the knots, hopefully, reduces the risk of infection after surgery.
IOL-VIP - Intraocular Lens for Visually Impaired Pe This is a hugely exciting breakthrough that has the potential to offer hope of restoring some of the vision lost in conditions affecting the central macular region of the retina. The term IOL-VIP stands for intraocular lens for visually impaired people. Conditions for which the IOL-VIP may be effective are the following; * Dry age related macular degeneration * Stable, inactive or previously treated wet (exudative) age related macular degeneration * Myopic (short sighted) macular degeneration * Macular holes * Inherited macular diseases such as Best's & Stargardt's dystrophy The macula is the central area of the retina and as such is responsible for reading and detailed vision. Damage to the macula from any of the above sources can lead to devastating central visual loss limiting ordinary activities such as recognising faces, reading, coin recognition and driving. Traditionally magnifying 'low visual aids' have been dispensed in order to help patients to cope with this type of visual loss. Many people however find these 'low visual aids' cumbersome and sometimes ineffectual. Up until now there has been little or no provision for true vision enhancement in patients with these disorders. The IOL-Vip system has been developed by low vision specialists and eye surgeons in order to enhance macular function in patients with macular disease thus frequently allowing for an improvement of their central vision. In this procedure, two small lenses are inserted into the eye. Working ...
Intraocular foreign bodies - Dr. Ajay Dudani This outlines in detail the types of intraocular foreign bodies pathology & surgical video shows the details of the technique
Removal of Glass Intraocular Foreign Body Glass foreign body in eye due to trauma is removed.
Iris-Sutured Intraocular Lens Implantation and DSAEK A surgical video demonstrating the technique for an anterior chamber intraocular lens exchange with a posterior chamber iris-sutured intraocular lens and simultaneous DSAEK
Intraocular Lenses - Heritage Eye Associates Stockton & Sutter Creek At Heritage Eye Associates in Stockton and Sutter Creek, CA, our doctors are committed to remaining on the cutting-edge of ophthalmic innovation and technology. In cataract surgery, or other lens-replacement procedures, vision is improved by replacing the eye's natural lens with an intraocular lens (IOL). We offer patients several types of implantable lenses such as ReZoom™, ReSTOR®, and Crystalens. For more information about intraocular lenses available at our practice, please visit httpYou may contact eye care specialists at: Heritage Eye Associates Stockton 445 West Poplar Street Stockton, CA Phone: (209) 465-5933 Sutter Creek 10 Bryson Street Sutter Creek, CA Phone: (209) 223-1402 Website:
Diaton Tonometry - How to Measure Intraocular Pressure (IOP) with Diaton tonometer: Video Part 4 Diaton tonometer Intraocular Pressure ( IOP ) measuring procedure through the Eyelid - Tonometry Through the EYELID - more at official Diaton tonometer website: BiCOM Inc / Glaucoma IOP Eye Test. Handheld, Non-contact tonometer, Pen like, No risk of infecting, No anaesthesia drops, Non-corneal (over the upper lid and sclera)
Robert talks about his Intraocular Contact Lens (ICL) Last week Robert had bilateral, same day implantation of Staar's Visian Intraocular Contact Lens. He had his surgery at Wills Eye in Warminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania by Dr. James Lewis. Robert drives at night without glare or halos, has no difficulty using his laptop and no problems with dry eye. The popularity of the ICL is growing and may match or even overtake LASIK and Epi-LASIK. He choose in Elkins Park, PA for his vision correction surgery.
Implantation of Visian ICL - intraocular phakic lens II Easy surgery, just do no touch the lens. Lexum Eye Clinic Prague
Verisyse Phakic Intraocular Lens Information This video describes the Verisyse Phakic Intraocular Lens, what it is used for, and who is a candidate for it.
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Eye Surgery with Intraocular Lenses A blessing for people with severe myopia and hyperopia Most people with marked vision defects believe that they are stuck wearing glasses or contact lenses for the rest of their lives. However, intraocular lenses can be a much less cumbersome solution. Implanted in the eye itself, they correct the vision in much the same way as external lenses. Some people even find that their vision is better with intraocular lenses than it was with their glasses or contacts. Available at Cliniques Michel Pop. For more information, visit Cliniques Michel Pop 9001 blvd. Acadie North Suite 900 Montreal, Quebec, Canada Phone: (514) 381-2020 Website:
Implanting an Intraocular Lens Here, after having already removed the cataract from this patient, I an implanting an acrylic plastic intraocular lens into the eye, to improve the patient's vision. The lens remains suspended in the capsular bag that contained the origical cataract. It is held in place and kept centered by 2 special semicircular hooks.
Implantation of Visian ICL - intraocular phakic lens STAAR Easy surgery, just do no touch the lens. Prague
Visian ICL: High Definition Intraocular Contact Lens Visian ICL (Intraocular Contact Lens) is the latest alternative to LASIK, SBK, and Epi-LASIK. The Staar Collamer Phakic Implant corrects 3 to 16 diopters of nearsightedness with an almost instant return of stable, sharp, clear vision. James Lewis, MD, of the Wills Eye Surgical Network and The Pennsylvania College of Optometry, narrates and performs this surgery. Originally the ICL was considered for patients not suitable for LASIK. It is now considered an alternative that may be better than LASIK for many. There are less halos, starbursts and glare and absolutely no dry eye, regression or corneal issues after surgery. Dr. Lewis uses the Zeiss Visante™ (OCT: Optical Coherence Tomographer) to assess the patients both pre and post-operatively.
ETH-IRIS Intraocular Magnetic Microrobot Concept This microrobot, under development at the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems as ETH Zurich, will be injected through the sclera and controlled wirelessly with magnetic fields as it is tracked visually with a camera through the pupil. The microrobot will perform minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures of the retina. This video was created by Felix Beyeler.
Intraocular tumor Surgery, Melanoma Eye cancers can be primary (starts within the eye) and metastatic cancer (spread to the eye from another organ). The two most common cancers that spread to the eye from another organ are breast cancer and lung cancer. Other less common sites of origin include the prostate, kidney, thyroid, skin, colon and blood or bone marrow. Melanomas (choroidal, ciliary body and uveal) -Early stages has no symptoms (the person does not know there is a tumor until an ophthalmology examination). As the tumor grows, symptoms can be blurred vision, decreased vision, double vision, eventual vision loss and if they continue to grow the tumor can break past the retina causing retinal detachment. Treatment: Laser therapy Plaque therapy Radiotherapy Enucleation of the Eye Evisceration Eyewall resection Chemotherapy Choroidectomy