peribulbar

per·i·bul·bar

(per'i-bŭl'băr),
Surrounding any bulb, especially the eyeball or the bulb of the urethra.
Synonym(s): circumbulbar

peribulbar

(pĕr″ĭ-bŭl′băr) [″ + L. bulbus, bulbous root]
Surrounding a globe-shaped structure, such as the olfactory bulb or the eye.
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In ophthalmology, hyaluronidase is used most often as an adjunct to local anesthesia for retrobulbar, peribulbar, or sub-Tenon's blocks.
Hyaluronidase is used in ophthalmology as a component of retrobulbar, peribulbar, and sub-Tenon's blocks, which will be discussed in greater detail.
After peribulbar anesthesia, the eye was clipped and the cornea was incised with a crescent Beaver corneal knife, and the nematode was extracted with forceps and Fukasacu hook (online Appendix Video).
An alternative is peribulbar aneasthesia (PBA) during which the needle is introduced into the extraconal space.
section]) Hospital: "Massive bilateral pre- and intraretinal hemorrhages"; autopsy: bilateral retinal, peribulbar adipose tissue, nerve sheath hemorrhage, and hemosiderin.
Commonly used anaesthesia for cataract surgery includes retrobulbar, peribulbar, sub-Tenons, subconjunctival, intracameral and topical anaesthesia, or a combination of these techniques.
Subconjunctival versus peribulbar anesthesia in trabeculectomy: A prospective, randomized study.
After peribulbar anesthesia, a 2-mm corneal incision was made at the 11 o'clock position.
For instance there are no details on retro- or peribulbar blocks for ophthalmic surgery.
Considering retrobulbar block and peribulbar block together, as in this article, also serves to confuse rather than enlighten.
We remain strongly of the belief that for phacoemulsification and many other procedures including corneal grafting, the routine use of peribulbar, or topical anaesthesia in selected cases, is appropriate.
This study measures the learning curve for accomplishing sub-Tenon blocks for ophthalmic surgery applicable to anaesthetists skilled in peribulbar techniques.