"It is important for optometrists to be familiar with the latest [cataract surgery] techniques.... It uses step-by-step descriptions that, together with excellent illustrations by Laurel Cook Lhowe, make the author's point very clear, even to someone without surgical training.... A definitive book that is essential for those involved in comanagement." --"Clinical and Experimental Optometry", 87:6:413-414 (November 2004)
"I recommend that every ophthalmologist who does cataract surgery read this book...I envision Cataract Surgery becoming the new bible for cataract surgeons."--"Archives of Ophthalmology", review of the previous edition
""Cataract Surgery" is such a wonderful book. It uses step-by-step descriptions that, together with excellent illustrations, make the author's point very clear, even to someone without surgical training. An excellent...definitive book that is essential for those involved in comanagement.
"Clinical and Experimental Optometry"
John Slack, Clinical and Experimental Optometry November 2004
"This is such a wonderful book. Excellent illustrations make the author's point very clear which allows much of it to be read and understood by someone with little medical background. It was a pleasure to review such an excellent book."
Authored by a broad spectrum of highly respected contributors, this practical and easy-to-use reference includes sections on preoperative considerations, advances in the techniques and indications for ECCE and phacoemulsification, future trends for cataract extraction and management of pediatric cataracts, intraocular lenses, operative complications and the management of postoperative complications, and much more. This second edition builds upon the solid foundation of the first and brings to your fingertips the most modern, up to date advances in the field.
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