Gabriele Dornbach

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Die Einführung der skleralen und cornealen nahtlosen Kleinschnittchirurgie sowie die Geometrie neuer IOL macht es möglich, die Wundadaptation nahtlos oder nur durch eine Naht durchzuführen. Eine weitere Möglichkeit besteht darin die Wundränder zu kleben. Die Klebetechnik bietet den Vorteil einer gleichmäßigen Ausspannung der Skiera- und Bindehaut-Wunde. Die(More)
The number of patients undergoing anticoagulation therapy is increasing. Interruption of the treatment can potentially result in complications endangering the patient's life. A new surgical technique with corneal incision, phacoemulsification and sutureless wound closure under maintained anticoagulation therapy is presented. Preliminary results after 36(More)
Viscoelastic substances in correlation with intraocular hypotony have gained great significance in low-irritation cataract surgery within the last few years. The differences in their chemical properties, and thus in their effect on the eye, formed the grounds for a controlled clinical study comparing sodium hyaluronic acid, representing the group of(More)
Small-incision surgery has contributed considerably to accelerated wound healing and minimization of surgically induced astigmatism. A variation of this surgical technique is sutureless cornea small-incision surgery with preparation of a corneal tunnel of 4.5 mm or less. To date, 195 patients have been operated on with this technique. In 130 cases the(More)
Fifty-four eyes with concomitant diseases, either a coagulation disorder or previous glaucoma surgery, were implanted with a folded, disc-shaped silicone intraocular lens (IOL) via a 3.5 mm three-step clear corneal tunnel; we developed this technique in 1991. IOLs of the same lens type were implanted through a 3.5 mm corneoscleral tunnel by the same surgeon(More)
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