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Presbyopia Therapies and Further Prospects
Author:  
Alain-Nicolas Gilg MD
 


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ISBN9789351524984
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2015
Pages220
Size 7" X 7"
Cover TypeHard Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
Presbyopia remains inevitable, but, after all, is wearing glasses the only solution? Presbyopia: Therapies and Further Prospects brings the answer to this question often asked by presbyopes. After considering the various troubles in accommodation, except in presbyopia, pharmacological substances acting with the ciliary musculature as well, the author presents a comprehensive review of the visual impairment associated to the age-related debilitation.
Key Features
• The book presents comprehensive review of the visual impairment associated to the age-related debilitation.

• Principles of spectacles correction in presbyopes are detailed.

• Explains the different contact lenses adaptation techniques.

• The book not only covers the whole compensating ocular surgeries: conductive keratoplasty, LASIK monovision, presby-LASIK, phakic lenses, bipseudophakia, or multifocal intraocular lens (IOLs), but also the surgical techniques involving the accommodation: ciliary sclerotomy, scleral expansion, accommodative IOLs.

• Numerous illustrations bring explanations in a few technical domains.

• The index directs the reader conveniently in the text by means of keywords or contextual ideas.
Target Audience
Necessary to vision specialists: ophthalmologists, optometrists or orthoptists, the book will be useful for general practitioners, gerontologists, nurses… and for the professionals interested in vision, offering a comprehensive and prospective synthesis in this field. The book will inform undergraduates and postgraduates in sciences and will answer the more and more demanding warned public.
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