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Blumenthal MSICS in Hypermature Cataract: Alternative Technique for Developing World

Author by: Dr.Rohit Khanna

Blumenthal manual small incision cataract surgery (SICS) is an established procedure for cataract surgery, especially in the developing world. This video shows Blumenthal manual SICS in a difficult situation i.e. hypermature morgagnian cataract. Blumenthal manual SICS was done without single use of any viscoelastics. The difficulty faced, mainly in performing a large capsulorhexis in absence of cortical support, is demonstrated in the video. The video also demonstrates the use of sheet glide as an alternative to prolapse the nucleus. The details of the technique would be presented in the video.

Duration: 08:34 min

Blumenthal Technique of Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery

Author & Commentary by: Prof.Ravi Thomas
Year of Publication: December 2003

This video film on the Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) has an introduction by Prof. Michael Blumenthal, inventor of the Blumenthal Technique of MSICS and is presented by Prof Ravi Thomas, Program Instructor for the L V Prasad Eye Institute-MSICS Program.

At the outset, the Blumenthal Technique is illustrated in an immature cataract. In the next section, every step of the Blumenthal technique is separately demonstrated in a case of white cataract, brown cataract, advanced immature cataract and hypermature cataract. In the third and final section, the complete (unedited) surgeries of advanced immature cataract and white cataract are presented.

Video duration: 48:19 minutes

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Manual Sutureless Cataract Surgery for Mature Cataract

Author by: Dr Anil K.Mandal
Year of Publication: April, 2006

Traumatic graft dehiscence after penetrating keratoplasty is a life long postoperative concern. Such traumatic dehiscence has been reported upto 14 years after surgery. Although graft survival and visual outcome are generally poor after the injury, the restoration of a satisfactory visual result is possible after regrafting, insofar as the involved eye is free of intractable glaucoma or posterior segment damage. The video demonstrates the management and outcome of a case of traumatic graft dehiscence.

Duration: 06:35 min

Manual Sutureless SICS in Phacolytic Glaucoma

Author by: Dr Anil K.Mandal
Year of Publication: April 2006

This instructional video demonstrates the surgical technique of manual sutureless small incision cataract extraction in an eye with phacolytic glaucoma and morgagnian cataract.

Duration: 07:58 min

Modern Non-Phaco Manual Sutureless Cataract Surgery

Author by: Dr Mandal Anil Kumar
Year of Publication: 2003

This video illustrates surgical technique of sutureless extracapsular cataract extraction and posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation. After making a fornix based conjunctival flap, frown incision is given and sclerocorneal tunnel is made. Capsulorrhexis, hydrodissection and hydrodelineation are performed. Nucleus is delivered into anterior chamber and then out of tunnel with aid of viscoelastic and irrigating vectis. After cortical aspiration, lens is implanted. As tunnel architecture offers good wound integrity, this self-sealing wound is covered with conjunctiva. This manual technique is safe, cost effective and has postoperative result as good as after phacoemulsification.

Duration: 09:52 min

Tackling Surprises during Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery Or other title for same video: Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery Complications and Management

Authors by: Dr Rishi Swarup & Dr Manish Malhotra
Year of Publication: 2007

Manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS) has carved a niche for itself particularly in the developing world. This video captures some common intra-operative complications encountered during the learning curve of the Blumenthal technique of MSICS. After a brief description of the normal steps, management strategies for common complications such as premature entry, wound button-holes, capsular tears, Zonular dehiscence, Descemets detachment and wound leaks are described with the aid of appropriate videos and animations. Finally the authors provide some tips for the MSICS trainee on how to prevent these complications and how to tackle difficult situations encountered during MSICS.

Duration: 07:58 min

Wonder of Water: Hydrodynamics simpler than Phacodynamics! Technique of Bluementhal MSICS in Phacolytic Glaucoma.

Authors by: Dr.Rohit Khanna, Dr.Srivalli Kaza
Year of Publication: March 2008

Blumenthal manual SICS is an established procedure for cataract surgery, especially in the developing world. But performing Manual SICS in a difficult situation is a challenge for many surgeons. Phacolytic Glaucoma is one such situation where there is associated thin atrophic capsule, lack of red reflex, milky cortex, absence of perinuclear cortex, weak posterior capsular support and weak zonules. This video demonstrates the difficulties encountered during each step of the surgical procedure and proceeds to provide tips on overcoming the same, with the aid of an ACM and a pediatric rhexis forceps-that too without the use of visco elastics

Duration: 06:57 min