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DedicationAcknowledgmentsExpert ContributorsPrefaceForeword by Richard L. Lindstrom, MDIntroduction Chapter 1. Preoperative ConversationsThe High MyopeRobert H. Osher, MDSignificant AstigmatismRobert H. Osher, MDThe Patient on Flomax or Similar Type of Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome-Producing DrugRobert H. Osher, MDThe Patient on AnticoagulationRobert H. Osher, MDPseudoexfoliation SyndromeRobert H. Osher, MDPosterior Polar CataractRobert H. Osher, MDHistory of Previous TraumaRobert H. Osher, MDHistory of Previous VitrectomyRobert H. Osher, MDHistory of Previous LASIK, PRK, or RKRobert H. Osher, MDThe Patient Interested in Presbyopic CorrectionMichael E. Snyder, MDThe Patient Interested in MonovisionGraham D. Barrett, MBBCh, FRANZO, FRACSI Want My Cataract Removed by LaserSamuel Masket, MDLowering Expectations for Spectacle-Free VisionRobert H. Osher, MDCoexisting BlepharitisRobert H. Osher, MDCoexisting Dry EyeRobert H. Osher, MDCoexisting Epithelial Basement Membrane DystrophyRobert H. Osher, MDCoexisting KeratoconusDouglas D. Koch, MDCoexisting Fuchs' Corneal DystrophyRobert H. Osher, MDCoexisting Macular DegenerationRobert H. Osher, MDCoexisting Diabetic RetinopathyJames M. Osher, MDCoexisting Epiretinal MembraneJames M. Osher, MDCoexisting Risk Factors for Postoperative Cystoid Macular Edema Robert H. Osher, MDCoexisting Ocular HypertensionAnup Khatana, MDCoexisting GlaucomaIqbal "Ike" K. Ahmed, MDThe Patient With a Cataract So Advanced, the Fundus Cannot Be VisualizedRobert H. Osher, MDComplications in the First EyeRobert H. Osher, MDThe One-Eyed PatientRobert H. Osher, MDThe Terrified PatientRobert H. Osher, MDThe Nasty PatientRobert H. Osher, MDWhat's the Worst Thing That Can Happen to Me During Surgery? Robert H. Osher, MDRoutine Patient Discussion at the Conclusion of the Initial ExaminationRobert H. Osher, MD Chapter 2. Intraoperative ConversationsWhat I Say to the Patient Before Surgery When He or She Is in the Preoperative AreaRobert H. Osher, MDDraping and the Claustrophobic PatientRobert H. Osher, MDWhen the Patient Is on the Operating Room TableRobert H. Osher, MDThe Moving PatientRobert H. Osher, MDHow to Talk to the Anesthesia Person Assigned to my Room Robert H. Osher, MDWhen the Phaco Machine Fails...And It Will, Sooner or Later Robert H. Osher, MDThe Torn Posterior CapsuleRobert H. Osher, MDCan't Place Premium Intraocular LensDavid F. Chang, MDCan't Place Any Intraocular LensDavid F. Chang, MDThe Dropped NucleusRobert H. Osher, MD and David F. Chang, MDCan't Place Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery DeviceJack S. Parker, MD, PHDThe Patient With a BruiseRobert H. Osher, MDWhat I Say to the Patient Immediately After Routine Surgery Robert H. Osher, MD Chapter 3. Postoperative ConversationsWhat I Say to the Patient on the First Postoperative DayRobert H. Osher, MDBonus: Postoperative Instructions and Medication SheetRobert H. Osher, MDOne Day Postoperative: My Vision Is Worse Than Before Surgery! Robert H. Osher, MDDysphotopsiasRobert H. Osher, MDWhen the Patient Complains About the High Cost of Postoperative DropsRobert H. Osher, MDPosterior Capsular OpacificationRobert H. Osher, MD Refractive SurpriseRobert H. Osher, MDWhen a Laser "Touch-Up" Is Necessary After Cataract Surgery Richard L. Lindstrom, MDThe Unhappy Patient Despite a Good ResultRobert H. Osher, MDThe Unhappy Multifocal PatientRichard J. Mackool, MD and Robert J. Cionni, MDWhen the Patient Asks for a Second OpinionRobert H. Osher, MDWhen the Patient Comes to See You for a Second Opinion... 91Warren E. Hill, MD, FACSDislocated or Wrong Power Intraocular LensRobert H. Osher, MDRetained ChipRobert H. Osher, MDCystoid Macular EdemaRobert H. Osher, MDPersistent Postoperative InflammationRobert H. Osher, MDDecompensated CorneaJack S. Parker, MD, PhDEndophthalmitisChristopher D. Riemann, MD Chapter 4. Bonus Chapter: What I Say to the Referring Physician or OptometristBefore Surgery, If I Agree With the Plan for Cataract Surgery Robert H. Osher, MDIf I Disagree With the Indication for Cataract SurgeryRobert H. Osher, MDImmediately After SurgeryRobert H. Osher, MDAt the Postoperative VisitRobert H. Osher, MD Financial DisclosuresIndex

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