By Michèle Beaconsfield, Richard Collin (auth.), I. Howard Fine, Daniel S. Mojon (eds.)
Many minimally invasive methods were built over the last a long time, resulting in a good development in eye surgical procedure. This targeted textbook and reference consultant offers a whole up to date assessment of minimally invasive surgical ideas in ophthalmology. Lavishly illustrated with amazing illustrations and movies, it offers the state-of-the-art of minimally invasive ophthalmic strategies. It serves as a useful source for all ophthalmic surgeons with greatly various degrees of expertise, from the resident to the skilled surgeon.
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The main criterion used for defining success is freedom from clinical symptoms. Only some of the authors examined and documented additional outcome criteria such as probing, irrigation or the dye disappearance test. Methodological problems are the use of retrospective analysis in most cases and the heterogeneity of the procedures and patient populations studied. In an editorial in 1999, Struck described success rates of transcutaneous external DCR of between 80 and 100%, and of 95% at specialised centres .