By Patricio A. Pacheco
This can be a finished, functional guidebook that gives a transparent review and replace of present glossy strategies of ocular surgical procedure. The chapters could be of curiosity to a large viewers. The chapters are written by means of specialists with specified curiosity and large scientific event within the subject matters.
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Keratectomy is started with number 15 or number 11 blades Figure 15. Choroid is dissected from sclera 8. Wipe the internal scleral surface with cotton-tipped applicators soaked in absolute alcohol and remove retained uveal tissue with gauze. 9. Upon this point of the surgery, there are different options to prepare the sclera to accom‐ modate the orbital implant. Some authors prefer to make 10-15 mm radial scleral incisions in the four oblique quadrants, avoiding the insertions of the rectus muscles .
Tight application of eye patches will finish our surgery. 5772/61030 Figure 13. 2. Evisceration surgical technique 1. See enucleation surgical technique (Figure 1). 2. Undermine the conjunctiva by approximately 5 mm, 360°. 3. Blunt dissect Tenon’s capsule from the globe. Introduce your dissection scissors beneath the conjunctiva and Tenon’s layer in the limbus in any of the four quadrants limited by the four rectus muscles and smoothly direct your dissection posteriorly and around the globe until you feel you are close to the optic nerve.
Patients underwent enucleation or evisceration. 1. Dryness, discharge, or irritation Tear secretion may decrease with time . Patients may be advised to use artificial tears or gel. Saline solution can be used to clean the ocular surface. Most anophthalmic sockets have some degree of discharge. Foreign body reaction, loss of prosthetic surface polishing, and therefore smooth surface, abrasion of conjunctival surface, and accumulation of debris between the prosthesis and the conjunctiva are factors that are believed to increase the production of debris and discharge .
Advances in Eye Surgery by Patricio A. Pacheco