6 edition of Vital dyes in vitreoretinal surgery found in the catalog.
Vital dyes in vitreoretinal surgery
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||volume editor, Carsten H. Meyer.|
|Series||Developments in ophthalmology -- v. 42|
|Contributions||Meyer, Carsten H.|
|LC Classifications||RE501 .V56 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008014732|
Oct 10, · The book is designed to allow a trainee or professional vitreoretinal surgeon to determine the best methodology in individual cases. In order to acquaint the reader with different opinions, “surgical pearls” have been contributed by other international experts in vitreoretinal surgery.5/5(1). Each dye, having a unique chemical structure, has distinct characteristics that allows its preferential use in different ocular pathologies. In this article, history of vital dyes and the use of popular current vital dyes in corneal disease are reviewed.
The efficacy of vital dyes in PVR surgery A variety of dyes stain different ocular structures. Tracking the progression of diabetic retinopathy The RET02 Trial is designed to study phenotypes of retinopathy progression in type 2 diabetes. Transparent tissues such as the posterior hyaloid, the epiretinal membrane (ERM). Vital dyes potentially facilitate vitreoretinal surgery by visualising nearly transparent structures such as the internal limiting membrane (ILM) and epiretinal mem-branes (ERM). Especially for surgeons at the beginning of their learning curve the use of dyes may help to reduce the risk of mechanical trauma and damage of underlying structures, such.
May 17, · The starting point of advanced mechanical assistance in vitreoretinal surgery may be traced back to the invention of the motorized vitreous cutter by Machemer in the s . This revolutionized vitreoretinal surgical techniques and made it possible to treat complex retinal detachments, vitreous haemorrhage, epiretinal membranes and macular Author: K. Xue, T. L. Edwards, H. C. M. Meenink, M. J. Beelen, G. J. L. Naus, M. P. Simunovic, M. D. de Smet. Nov 08, · This lavishly illustrated book covers the most common diseases, exploring appropriate approaches to a range of vitreoretinal problems. All common vitreoretinal procedures are explained step by step with diagrams and color photos. Finally, the book provides a basic electronic patient record system, which corresponds to the subject material using the same six main groups of diagnostic /5(2).
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For vitreoretinal surgery, vital dyes enable easier identification of the semitransparent preretinal membranes. Current recommendations for the application of dyes during vitreoretinal surgery indicate that ICG, IfCG, BriB, and BroB may be the best stains for the ILM, while TB and PB may be preferred for staining the glial ERM.
Sep 05, · Vital Dyes in Vitreoretinal Surgery by CH Meyer DO NOT be discouraged by the title, since the book is not only of interest to surgeons. Optometric interest in retinal and vitreous detachment has greatly increased outside hospital practice and several of the techniques presented in this collection of papers are relevant.
Current concepts of trypan blue in chromovitrectomy / M.E. Farah [and others] --Trityl dyes patent blue V and brilliant blue G: clinical relevance and in vitro analysis of the function of the outer blood-retinal barrier / S.
Mennel [and others] --Brilliant blue in vitreoretinal surgery / H. Enaida, T. Ishibashi. The following contributions describe the advantages and disadvantages of ICG during vitreoretinal surgery and experimental applications. Alternative approaches by recently approved vital dyes such as trypan blue, patent blue and brilliant blue are evaluated in the subsequent johnsonout.com: C.H.
Meyer. The aim of this article is to present the current data with regard to the application of vital dyes during vitreoretinal surgery, 'chromovitrectomy', as well as to overview the current literature regarding the properties of dyes, techniques of application, indications and complications in johnsonout.com by: A vitrectomy is done, when the vitreous is gone!: a tribute to prof.
Peter Kroll / C.H. Meyer --To see the invisible: the quest of imaging vitreous / J. Sebag --Historical aspects Vital dyes in vitreoretinal surgery book evolution of the application of vital dyes in vitreoretinal surgery and chromovitrectomy / E.B.
Rodrigues [and others] --Three simple approaches to visualize. Vitreoretinal surgery, particularly inner limiting membrane peeling, was notoriously challenging until the fairly introduction of indocyanine green, which appears to be helpful in improving efficacy and safety.
Other dyes have been used in trials to varying effect, including some compounds that have proven to. The aim of this article is to present the current data with regard to the application of vital dyes during vitreoretinal surgery, 'chromovitrectomy', as well as to overview the current literature.
Chromovitrectomy is a novel approach to visualize the vitreous or retinal surface during vitreoretinal surgery. In recent years, the widely used indocyanine green (ICG) has made the surgical maneuver of inner limiting membrane peeling tremendously safer and efficient. The use of intraocular vital dyes to enhance tissue visibility during retinal surgery has the potential to improve surgical performance and reduce risk.
The ideal retinal vital dye for selective membrane staining during vitreoretinal surgery should be water soluble, reasonably priced, and provide good color contrast, effective staining, and safety.
For chromovitrectomy, TB may be commercially available at a concentration of % for vitreoretinal surgery, called Membrane Blue (DORC International, Zuidland, Netherlands).
Cyanine dyes are a class of dyes containing a CH group linking two heterocyclic rings containing nitrogen. In ocular surgery vital dyes are widely used in cataract and vitreoretinal surgery. Worldwide, intra-operative use of trypan blue during cataract surgery has enhanced visualization of the anterior capsule during capsulorrhexis, and patent blue has been recently licensed in Europe for cataract surgery.
For chromovitrectomy, the vital dyes. Kerala Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. XX, No. 2 Vital Dyes For Chromovitrectomy: Colours for the Vitreoretinal Surgeon!!.
Meena Chakrabarti MS DO DNB, Dr. Valsa Stephen MS DO DNB, Dr. Sonia Rani John DNB, Dr. Arup Chakrabarti MS DO Chromovitrectomy 1 refers to the application of vital dyes during retinal surgery to visualize preretinal tissues. Effect of vital dyes on retinal pigmented epithelial cell viability and apoptosis: implications for chromovitrectomy.
The rationale of these two time exposures, 3 and 30 minutes, is to simulate an acute exposure to these dyes that occurs during vitreoretinal surgery (3 min) and also a prolonged exposure that might happen if the dye is not Cited by: Purpose of review The aim of this article is to present the current state-of-the-art in regard to the application of vital dyes during vitreoretinal surgery, ‘ chromovitrectomy ’, as well as to overview the current literature regarding the properties of dyes, techniques of application, indications, and complications in chromovitrectomy.
Vitreoretinal surgery has been radically changed over the past 10 years by the development of new techniques, smaller gauge instrumentation, and improvements in vitrectomy machines. The indications for vitrectomy have expanded dramatically, and inoperable conditions have become amenable to surgical treatment.
In addition to improvements in intraocular instruments, various dyes become available Author: Baris Komur. The aim of this article is to present the current data with regard to the application of vital dyes during vitreoretinal surgery, "chromovitrectomy", as well as to overview the current literature.
Dyes may be designated vital when they are used to stain living tissues or cells. In ophthalmology, vital dyes have become effective and useful surgical tools for identifying ocular tissues.
Chromovitrectomy is a novel surgical technique for visualizing intraocular tissues during vitreoretinal surgery. The vital dyes used in the present invention were not suitable for purely diagnostic purposes, as a visual distinction could only be made during retinal membrane peeling.
The board notes that this argument of the respondent is not in line with the technical teaching of the contested patent. Apr 01, · PEER REVIEWED Chromodissection of the Vitreoretinal Interface SIMON R. BABABEYGY, MD · J. SEBAG, MD, FACS, FRCOPHTH. Invisible by design (Figure 1), vitreous poses many challenges to surgeons attempting its innocuous johnsonout.com is particularly true at the vitreoretinal interface, where advances in surgical technique have improved outcomes and made.
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Weinberger, A.W.A. Vital Dyes in Vitreoretinal Surgery—Chromovitrectomy Eds: C.H. Meyer pp., hard cover ISBN Karger johnsonout.com: Andreas W. A. Weinberger.This pragmatic book provides an understanding of vitreoretinal surgery so important to the everyday practice.
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