Rapid Diagnosis in Ophthalmology Series: Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This title in the Rapid Diagnosis in Ophthalmology Series presents a wealth of full-color images - along with differential diagnoses - in side-by-side page layouts to assist you in identifying a full range of disorders. A templated format expedites access to the guidance you need to diagnose the most common conditions - from simple to complex - encountered in practice.
- Coverage of the key features, diagnostic criteria, and treatment options for Graves Disease, blepharoplasty, fractures, and eyelid tumors equips you with the latest guidance.
- Hundreds of full-color images present conditions as they present in real life.
- Common diagnostic pitfalls discuss what to look out for when making a difficult diagnosis.
- A templated, color-coded layout and differential diagnosis boxes for each condition help you make quick, accurate clinical decisions.
- A focus on the most common conditions encountered in practice allows you to efficiently formulate treatment plans and referrals.
|作者資訊||By Jeffrey A. Nerad, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology; Director, Oculoplastic, Orbital and Oncology Service, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, The University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA; Keith D. Carter, Chair, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences; Professor of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA and Mark Alford|
|已刊登評論||This book has been designed to permanently remain as a "companion in the practitioner's pocket. This purpose is achieved brilliantly. The perfect structure of the book makes information easy to reach within minutes for any topic. The iconography in particular is excellent, providing sharp, high-quality photographs and custom-made, highly pedagogic drawings. The strong feature of this book is that it covers the whole pathology of this highly variable topic. I am confident that this book will be useful for all ophthalmologists starting in oculoplastic surgery, as well as for non-ophthalmologists who may be confronted with this topic.
Graefes Archive, October 2008
|Table of Content||Series foreword
1. Disorders of the eyelid: congenital
Congenital myogenic ptosis
2. Disorders of the eyelid: inflammations
Chalazion and hordeolum
Floppy eyelid syndrome
Epidermal inclusion cyst
Basal cell carcinoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
3. Disorders of the eyelid: eyelid trauma
Eyelid laceration involving the margin
Eyelid laceration involving the canaliculus
4. Disorders of the eyelid: involutional changes
Upper eyelid dermatochalasis
Lower eyelid involutional changes
Trichiasis: marginal entropion and other causes
5. Disorders of the eyelid: blepharoptosis and eyelid retraction
Acquired involutional ptosis
Ptosis due to third nerve palsy
Facial nerve palsy
Aberrant regeneration of the facial nerve
6. Disorders of the lacrimal system: congenital obstruction
Congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction
7. Disorders of the lacrimal system: acquired causes of epiphora
8. Disorders of the orbit: orbital imaging
CT scan of the orbit
MRI of the orbit
9. Disorders of the orbit: infections
Bacterial orbital cellulitis
Fungal orbital cellulitis
10. Disorders of the orbit: inflammations
Idiopathic orbital inflammation
11. Disorders of the orbit: neoplasms
Optic nerve glioma
Optic nerve meningioma
Sphenoid wing meningioma
Benign mixed tumor of the lacrimal gland
Adenoid cystic carcinoma of the lacrimal gland
Pediatric metastatic orbital disease
Metastatic orbital disease in adults
12. Disorders of the orbit: vascular abnormalities
13. Disorders of the orbit: trauma
Traumatic optic neuropathy
Zygomaticomaxillary complex fracture
Intraorbital foreign body
14. Disorders of the orbit: anophthalmic socket
Enucleation, evisceration, and exenteration
Care and complications of the anophthalmic socket