Keogt:Videos

From Kahook's Essentials Of Glaucoma Therapy

A directory of videos

Surgical Videos

  • Ahmed ClearPath 250 Implantation

    Dr. Leonard Seibold performs an Ahmed ClearPath 250 implantation

  • Dr. Bac Nguyen performs excisional goniotomy with KDB

    Inside-Out technique for excisional goniotomy with KDB in a patient with highly pigmented trabecular meshwork

  • Filament Trabeculotomy vs Excisional Goniotomy

    This study explores clinical outcomes post filament trabeculotomy vs excisional goniotomy

  • Repair of Conjunctival Erosion Over Tube (Glaucoma Drainage Device)

    A focal erosion of conjunctiva over the tube portion of a glaucoma drainage device was noted during routine patient follow-up

  • Compression sutures for over-filtering bleb

    Drs. Cara Capitena and Malik Kahook perform compression sutures to limit the surface area of an over-filtering bleb

  • Goniosynechialysis (GSL) prior to Excisional Goniotomy with the Kahook Dual Blade

    Drs. Monica Ertel and Leonard Seibold use the NGENUITY System from Alcon to visualize the angle and perform GSL with the heel of the KDB prior to performing an excisional goniotomy

  • Tube Extension Procedure by Drs. Cara Capitena Young and Leo Seibold

    Drs. Cara Capitena Young and Leo Seibold illustrate tube extension surgery after the original tube is transected and found to be too short to access the anterior chamber

Lectures

  • Goniosynechialysis Lecture (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    Dr. Kahook lectures on various techniques for performing goniosynechialysis with instructional videos and pearls for practice.

  • Visual Field Testing Lecture

    Drs. Kahook, Seibold and SooHoo lecture on various methods of visual field testing and pearl for interpretation

  • Adherence to Glaucoma Therapy Part I (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    This lecture is Part I of a two part series covering limitations and opportunities involving adherence to glaucoma therapy.

  • Adherence to Glaucoma Therapy Part II (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    This lecture is Part II of a two part series covering limitations and opportunities involving adherence to glaucoma therapy.

  • Medical Treatment of Glaucoma Part I with Cara Capitena Young, MD

    This lecture is Part I of III covering the available options for the topical and oral treatment of glaucoma.

  • Medical Treatment of Glaucoma Part II with Cara Capitena Young, MD

    This lecture is Part II of III covering the available options for the topical and oral treatment of glaucoma.

  • Medical Treatment of Glaucoma Part III with Cara Capitena Young, MD

    This lecture is Part III of III covering the available options for the topical and oral treatment of glaucoma.

  • Glaucoma Therapy in the Setting of Pregnancy and Breastfeeding (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    This lecture covers the basics of treating pregnant and breastfeeding patients who suffer from glaucoma with a focus on medical therapy.

  • Tube Extension Techniques for Glaucoma Drainage Devices (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    This lecture focuses on techniques for tube extension with glaucoma drainage devices. The technique for tube extension with a 22-gauge angiocatheter is presented using surgical video followed by a discussion of alternative techniques. Contributors include Leonard Seibold, MD Cara Capitena Young MD and Monica Ertel MD.

  • Managing Endothelial Cell Loss after MIGS Procedures (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    This lecture covers the basics of endothelial cell loss with a focus on micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) implants. A case of CyPASS removal post endothelial cell loss is presented along with recommendations from the ASCRS Task force formed post recall of the CyPASS device from the market.

  • New Medications in the Pipeline for the Treatment of Glaucoma (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    This lecture covers medications that have been recently approved for use in the United States and in multiple markets around the globe. Medications discussed include Rhopressa, Rocklatan and Vyzulta. Each section includes information on mechanism of action, clinical data (including efficacy and adverse events) and my opinion on how best to use these medications in clinical practice.

  • Reticular Bullous Epithelial Edema With ROCK Inhibitor Therapy (Malik Y. Kahook, MD)

    This lecture covers the recently recognized reticular bullous epithelial edema in corneas treated With ROCK inhibitors. Topics covered include mechanism of action of ROCK inhibitors and a discussion of published literature detailing this phenomenon with photographic examples.