Beijing Tongren Hospital, China
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Clin Exp Ophthalmol
This study is performed to analyze the factors affecting the surgical design and the complications of orbital surgery for ocular tumors and orbital diseases. The operation plan, operation effect and complications of surgery for ocular tumors and orbital diseases in our hospital over the past 10 years were retrospectively analyzed and summarized. Most of the patients can be operated by the anterior approach of the orbit. Bleeding after operation is a common postoperative complication and the rare complications include ptosis and ocular movement disorders. Using scientific, rational and personalized surgical design can improve the success rate of eye surgery for ocular tumors and orbital diseases and reduce the incidence of operation complications of ocular tumors and orbital diseases at the maximum.
Jianmin Ma is an Ophthalmologist from the Eye Center of Beijing Tongren Hospital and his Specialty is Ocular Tumors and Orbital Diseases. He has accumulated abundant clinical experience and outstanding research abilities from his 26 years of medical practice, especially in the diagnosis and treatment of various difficult ocular tumors and orbital diseases. He has written and published more than 160 articles and participated in writing more than 30 books in this field. In addition, he has received several awards, such as the Distinguished Service Award which is awarded by the Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology, etc. He is also the Secretary of the Third Ophthalmologist Committee of Beijing Medical Doctor Association, Head of the Eye Cancer Collaborative Group of the Chinese Association of Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Ophthalmology Professional Committee, the Deputy Secretary and Standing Committee Member of the Chinese Association of Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Ophthalmology Professional Committee.