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Surgery for Hyperopia by Neal A. Sher

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Published by Slack Incorporated .
Written in English


  • Ophthalmology,
  • Ophthalmological Surgery,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Medical,
  • Optometry,
  • Medical / Optometry,
  • Hyperopia,
  • Lasers in ophthalmology,
  • Ophthalmologic Surgical Proced,
  • Surgery

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9605215M
ISBN 101556426518
ISBN 109781556426513

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Buy Hyperopia and Presbyopia (Refractive Surgery Book 2): Read Kindle Store Reviews - Hyperopia and Presbyopia (Refractive Surgery Book 2) - Kindle edition by Tsubota, Kazuo, Boxer Wachler, Brian S., Azar, Dimitri T., Koch, Douglas. Introduction --Foreword --Sect. 1 Background --Ch. 1 Hyperopia: etiology and epidemiology --Ch. 2 Physiology of accommodation and presbyopia --Ch. 3 Surgery for hyperopia: historical perspectives --Ch. 4 Preoperative evaluation of the prospective hyperopic refractive surgery patient --Ch. 5 Contact lens use for hyperopia --Sect. 2 Hyperopia. Preparing for Laser Surgery and Eligibility. In order to be eligible for laser eye surgery to treat hyperopia or presbyopia, you will need to be in good health, and this includes good optical health. Your eyes will need to have been stable with their prescription for at least a year. Dr. Blanton is experienced in treating hyperopia in Colton. Talk to us today about your options for correcting farsightedness, so you can make the choice that is best for you and your lifestyle. Contact Inland Eye Institute at or to .

Hyperopia correction Surgery. Correcting farsightedness with surgery is slightly more complicated compared with nearsightedness. People who undergo laser surgery for hyperopic are having limited chances of positive long-term results, and recovering from the surgery takes much time. Common surgical procedures for correcting hyperopic. Surgery for Hyperopia, a recent publication edited by Neal Sher, seems to at once redress this historical imbalance by thoroughly reviewing the evolution of treatment strategies for hyperopia. A comprehensive reference, the authors endeavor to describe myriad surgical techniques, including the “old” operations and the latest applications of. Hyperopia can be % corrected in approximately 7 minutes via LASIK laser eye surgery: the most commonly performed laser eye surgery procedure in the world. And that means your glasses or contact lenses can become a thing of the past forever! Myopia. Myopia is the opposite of hyperopia and results in “near sightedness” or “short. 1. Hyperopia and Presbyopia: Etiology and Epidemiology \/ Mark A. Bullimore and Bernard Gilmartin. 2. Historical Aspects of Refractive Surgery for Hyperopia and Presbyopia \/ Brad Fundingsland and Neal A. Sher -- Sect. II. Incisional and Suture Techniques. 3.

Hyperopia (farsightedness) is when you see things that are far away better than things that are close. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and complications of farsightedness. Hyperopia can be associated with several problems, such as: Learning difficulties: If untreated some children may find it difficult to read or write and to maintain focus as a result of eyestrain and headaches. Reduced quality of life: Uncorrected hyperopia can affect your ability to perform tasks as well as you wish. Eyestrain: Uncorrected hyperopia may cause you to squint or strain your eyes. Hyperopia (farsightedness) occurs when your eye is too short in relation to the curvature of your cornea. With hyperopia, distant objects are seen more clearly than near objects. In hyperopia, light rays entering your eye are not bent enough and never come into focus on the retina, producing a blurred image. The book goes well beyond just this simple statement to include much information about the etiology and physiology of hyperopia and all of the other types of treatments besides surgery. Despite having multiple authors, the book reads with a uniform voice for the most part.