A cataract is a clouding of the lens inside the eye. With cataracts, the vision gradually becomes misty or foggy making it difficult to read or drive. In his video interview, Mr Abdallah offers his expert insight into cataract surgery.
What is an epiretinal membrane? In this informative online interview, Mr Ellabban, discusses epiretinal membrane in expert detail.
Advanced Cataract surgery performed by Mr Ellabban and his team. The surgery involved cataract removal and repair of a congenital iris defect.
Mr Ellabban performing surgery for hard cataracts using a Hybrid chopping technique.
Vitrectomy surgery for removal of an epiretinal membrane (scar tissue on the surface of the retina)
Modern Cataract surgery performed by Mr Ellabban and his team. The surgery often takes 5-10 minutes and is often performed under topical anaesthesia (numbering drops) for optimal patient comfort.
Mr Ellabban modified surgical technique for complex retinal surgery “Fully Automated Direct Perfluorocarbon Liquid-Silicone Oil Exchange“.
Mr Ellabban performing challenging cataract surgery for a dense hard cataract.
Surgery for a complicated cataract operation referred to Mr Ellabban
Mr Ellabban research on a modified retinal surgery technique “Surgical induction of Posterior vitreous detachment using combined sharp dissection and active aspiration”
This video shows a modified surgical technique by Mr Ellabban for the correction of aphakia using a retro-pupillary Artisan lens (iris-supported lens implant).
Toric lens implants for patients with corneal astigmatism. Astigmatism is a condition when the cornea, the front part of the eye, is like a rugby ball rather than a sphere. Toric lenses can correct astigmatism in the prescription.
Scleral fixation lenses are used for patients who had previous complex cataract surgery that ended with damage or loss of lens-holding zonules. These special lenses are fixed to the side walls of the eye.
Mr Ellabban performing complex surgery for a very dense cataract. The video was selected as an educational resource on the cataractcoach.com website.
Mr Ellabban publication on a condition called Dome Shaped Maculopathy. This is one of the changes that affect people with high myopia and can lead to eyesight complications.
Mr Ellabban research publication on a condition called Focal Choroidal Excavation that can be seen in a wide range of macular disorders as central serous chorioretinopathy or macular degeneration.
Mr Ellabban research publication on the rare incidence of central retinal artery occlusion in retinal surgery.