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Corneal Tomography in Clinical Practice (Pentacam System): Basics and Clinical Interpretation
Author:  
Mazen M Sinjab MD MSc ABOphth PhD FRCOphth (Hons) CertLRS (London)
 


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ISBN9781787791619
Edition 4/e
Publish Year2021
Pages260
Size 8.5" x 11"
Cover TypeHard Back
With CD/DVD No
FormatFour Color
Quick Overview
This edition consists of 7 sections, including 26 chapters. It is very rich in information, figures, illustrations, and clinical examples. It follows Sinjab's methodology in a step-by-step systematic approach.
Key Features
It covers:
  • Clinical basics of corneal optics and geometry.
  • Clinical basics of topography and tomography.
  • All profiles, maps, and displays of the Pentacam HR including the Belin Ambrosio Enhanced Ectasia Display, Holladay Report, and Corneal Topometry.
  • Clinical basics of wavefront analysis and measurements including Zernike analysis and Fourier analysis.
  • New tomographic definitions and features of ectatic corneal diseases.
  • Grading systems of ectatic corneal diseases including the Belin ABCD keratoconus grading.
  • How to apply corneal tomography for laser-based and lens-based refractive surgery?
  • How to apply corneal tomography modern cataract surgery?
It is the first book to:
  • Establish screening guidelines.
  • Present a new systematic interpretation of corneal tomography.
  • Present a new practical subjective scoring system, the Sinjab's PS3 algorithm.
  • Present a new algorithm for best IOL selection in lens-based and modern cataract surgery, the Sinjab's PSIS algorithm.
  • Discuss the factors of false positives and false negatives.
  • Address tomographic features of corneas after keratorefractive procedures and after corneal grafts.
  • Study in-depth corneal irregularities using a new 4-selective composite map.
  • Present a new understanding of corneal astigmatism.
  • Address the new concept of corneal refraction and related subjects such as objective corneal dioptric power and astigmatic disparity.
  • Show the importance of enantiomorphism.
  • Present entities misdiagnosed as ectasia and how to differentiate them from ectasia.
  • Discuss the progression criteria of ectatic corneal diseases.
  • Apply a detailed corneal tomography for cataract surgery.
Target Audience
• Ophthalmologists
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