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Cornea, edited by Drs. Krachmer, Mannis & Holland, is the only truly comprehensive clinical reference available that covers external disease, anterior uveitis, and the expanding range of contemporary corneal surgery. In this Third Edition, state-of-the-art coverage, 25 brand-new chapters, and 45 new videos provide expert guidance on performing femtosecond-assisted penetrating keratoplasty, DSAEK, deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty, and many other cutting-edge techniques. Plus, you’ll have easy access to the complete contents and illustrations online at expertconsult.

• Overcome any clinical challenge related to the cornea, external disease, anterior uveitis, and the expanding range of contemporary corneal surgery with the most complete, authoritative guidance source available.
• Get superb visual guidance with exceptionally clear illustrations, diagnostic images, and step-by-step surgical photographs.

• Access the complete contents and illustrations online at expertconsult.
• Make optimal use of Anterior Segment OCT to plan and choose treatment options andassess post-operative recovery.
• Master the latest surgical techniques-including femtosecond-assisted penetrating keratoplasty, DSAEK, and deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty-thanks to 25 brand-new chapters and 45 new videos on DVD (a total of 3 hours running time).
• Understand the full spectrum of corneal diseases with coverage of the new corneal dystrophy classification that incoporates current genetic, clinical, and pathologic information.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Surendra Basti, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This book represents a complete, exhaustive, and comprehensive resource of information on corneal disease.
Purpose: This third edition builds on the previous editions and provides up-to-date information on corneal disease in both electronic and print format. These objectives — providing up-to-date information in both formats — are critical for optimal utility of a textbook and this third edition meets them.
Audience: The target audience includes both students and practitioners. The breadth, language and presentation contribute to making this a one-stop source of corneal information for students and specialists alike. This multiauthored book is written by the best minds in the fraternity of corneal specialists.
Features: The first of the two volumes covers fundamentals and medical aspects of corneal and external disease. Volume 2 covers surgical procedures of the cornea and conjunctiva, while an accompanying DVD provides video footage of many of the procedures, which is invaluable to readers. The section on refractive surgery is well written, but is probably not required in a cornea book subtitled "Fundamentals, Diagnosis and Management." The quality of clinical photographs and illustrations is uniformly superior throughout the book. Accessing the electronic version of the book via the Expert Consult website is as easy as it is welcome, providing access to the book via the Internet from anywhere. However, I was unable to view video footage via the website.
Assessment: This is an authoritative, well-written, and invaluable source of information on cornea and external disease. It is a must-have for all corneal specialists and residency programs. It is several notches above any other textbook in this area. The third edition is a timely update, with the considerable developments in many areas of this specialty since the previous edition. These major advances — especially corneal transplant techniques, imaging and diagnostic techniques, understanding of corneal pathophysiology and ocular surface disease — are thoroughly covered in this edition. Hence, owners of a previous edition may do well to consider buying this new edition.
From the Publisher
"The quality of clinical photographs and illustrations is uniformly superior throughout the book... This is an authoritative, well-written, and invaluable source of information on cornea and external disease. It is a must-have for all corneal specialists and residency programs. It is several notches above any other textbook in this area. The third edition is a timely update, with the considerable developments in many areas of this specialty since the previous edition."

Doody's Publishers' Club100/100 -*****

"The chapters clearly present a comprehensive, logical, and didactic approach to the subject matter. The illustrations in the volumes are of a very high quality, with clinical and histopathological images in full color. I recommend Cornea since it provides a comprehensive, integrated compendium of knowledge on the basic science and clinical aspects of the cornea."

Ophthalmic Research: Journal for Research in Experimental and Clinical Ophthalmology

"This book represents a complete, exhaustive, and comprehensive resource of information on corneal disease. The breadth, language and presentation contribute to making this a one-stop source of corneal information for students and specialists alike. This multi-authored book is written by the best minds in the fraternity of corneal specialists. It is a must-have for all corneal specialists and residency programs. It is several notches above any other textbook in this area."

- Surendra Basti, MD, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

4 Star - Doody's Publishers, March 2013

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323023153
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/8/2004
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 2240
  • Product dimensions: 9.75 (w) x 12.50 (h) x 7.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Volume I

Fundamentals and Medical Aspects of Cornea and External Disease


Section 1- Basic Science: Cornea, Sclera, and Ocular Adnexa Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, and Biomechanics

1. Cornea: Anatomy and Physiology
Teruo Nishida

2. Sclera
Jody A. Rada, Janell M. Johnson

3. The Conjunctiva: Anatomy and Physiology
J. Daniel Nelson, J. Douglas Cameron

4. Tear Film
Roger W. Beuerman

5. Eyelids
Darrell E. Wolfley

Section 2- Pathologic Responses of the Cornea, Sclera, and Ocular Adnexa

6. The Ocular Immune Response
Charles S. Bouchard

7. Corneal Response to Infection
Michael Nordlund, Jay S. Pepose

8. Corneal Reaction to Injury
J. Douglas Cameron

9. Modulation of Corneal Wound Healing
Sonal Tuli, Michael Goldstein, Gregory S. Schultz

10. Pathogenesis of Sterile Corneal Erosions and Ulcerations
Angela Watkins, Damien C. Macaluso, Sandy T. Feldman


Section 1- The Anterior Refracting Surface of the Cornea

11. Refraction of the Abnormal Cornea
Jay Krachmer and Mark Mannis

12. Keratometry, Photokeratoscopy, and Computer-assisted Topographic Analysis
Leo J. Maguire

Section 2- Basic Evaluation of the Cornea and External Eye

13. Examination of the Lids
William D. Mathers

14. Slit Lamp Examination and Photography
Csaba L. Mártonyi

15. Tear Film Evaluation
Michael Lemp

16. Corneal Diagnostic Techniques
William J. Faulkner, Gary A. Varley

Section 3- Laboratory Investigations

17. Practical Ophthalmic Microbiology for the Detection of Corneal Pathogens
Regis P Kowalski

18. Molecular Genetics of Corneal Diseases
John Fingert and Edwin Stone

Section 4- High Magnification Techniques

19. Specular Microscopy
Chris Phillips, Ronald Laing and Richard Yee

20. Confocal Microscopy
W. Matthew Petroll, H. Dwight Cavanagh, James V. Jester

21. High Resolution Ultrasound
Charles J. Pavlin, F. Stuart Foster


22. Congenital Corneal Opacities
Renata Rezende, Elizabeth Cohen, Uchoandro Uchoa, Ralph Eagle, Richard Wilson and Christopher Rapuano

23. Peripheral Corneal Disease
George A. Stern

24. The Corneal Ulcer
Carol L. Karp, Richard K. Forster

25. Corneal Edema
Vahid Feiz

26. Corneal Deposits
David A. Palay

27. Corneal Infiltrates in the Contact Lens Patient
Andrew J. Epstein, Christopher J. Rapuano, and Elisabeth J. Cohen

28. The Red Eye
Michael B. Shapiro, Christopher R. Croasdale

29. Minimal Visual Loss: Determining the Role of the Cornea
David Litoff

30. The Patient with Itching and Burning
Scott Uttley


31. Structure and Function of Eye Banks
Ellen Heck

32. Medical Standards for Eye Banking
David Glasser


Section 1- Diseases of the Lid: Anatomic Abnormalities

33. Entropion, Ectropion, and Trichiasis
Catherine N. Burkat, Richard K. Dortzbach, Bradley N. Lemke

34. Lagophthalmos and Other Malpositions of the Lid
Robert C. Kersten

Section 2- Diseases of the Lid: Tumors

35. Benign Lid Tumors
Richard C. Allen, Michael L. Murphy, Jeffrey A. Nerad

36. Malignant Eyelid Tumors
David T. Tse, Steven M. Gilberg

Section 3- Diseases of the Lid: Inflammation and Infections

37. Blepharitis: Overview and Classification
Joseph A. Eliason

38. Seborrhea and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction
Paul Driver, Michael A. Lemp

39. Bacterial Eyelid Infections
Louis E. Probst

40. Viral Eyelid Infections
Bradley H. Scharf

41. Fungal and Parasitic Eyelid Infections
Andrew Lee Moyes, Anthony J. Verachtert

Section 4- Disorders of Tear Production and the Lacrimal System

42. Dry Eye
Ali Djalilian, Pedram Hamrah, Stephen C. Pflugfelder

43. Dacryoadenitis, Dacryocystitis, and Canaliculitis
David R. Jordan

44. Epiphora
Philip H Choo, Sean D Andrean


Section 1- Conjunctival Disease: Tumors

45. Squamous Neoplasms of the Conjunctiva
Michael A. Warner, Frederick A. Jakobiec

46. Melanocytic Neoplasms of the Conjunctiva
Ian W. McLean

47. Subepithelial Neoplasms of the Conjunctiva
Michael A. Warner, Frederick A. Jakobiec

Section 2- Conjunctivitis

48. Conjunctivitis: An Overview and Classification
Thomas D. Lindquist

49. Bacterial Conjunctivitis
Sarkis H. Soukiasian, Jules Baum

50. Viral Conjunctivitis
Lenio Alvarenga, Marinho Scarpi and Mark Mannis

51. Chlamydial Infections
David Rootman

52. Ophthalmia Neonatorum
Thomas D. Lindquist

53. Parinaud’s Oculoglandular Syndrome
William D. Gruzensky

54. Seasonal and Perennial Allergic Conjunctivitis
Jason Rothman, Michael Raizman and Mitchell Friedlaender

55. Vernal and Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis
Neal P. Barney

56. Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis
Steven P. Dunn, David G. Heidemann

57. Cicatricial Pemphigoid
C. Stephen Foster

58. Erythema Multiforme, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
Harilaos Brilakis, Florentino E. Palmon, Guy F. Webster, and Edward J. Holland

59. Toxic Conjunctivitis
Charles D Reilly, Mark J Mannis and Steven D. Chang

60. Superior Limbic Keratoconjunctivitis
William T. Driebe, Jr. and Subir Singh Bhatia

61. Ligneous Conjunctivitis
Harilaos Brilakis, Edward J. Holland and Gary S. Schwartz


Section 1- Developmental Abnormalities of Cornea

62. Developmental Corneal Anomalies of Size and Shape
Andrew Velazquez, Terry Kim

63. Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome and Peters Anomaly
Wallace L.M. Alward

Section 2- Corneal Manifestations of Systemic Disease and Therapies

64. Corneal Manifestations of Metabolic Diseases
Kenneth R. Kenyon, Samuel E. Navon, Christos Haritoglou

65. Skeletal and Connective Tissue Disorders
Eric B. Baylin, Elias I. Traboulsi

66. Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Other Systemic Inflammatory Diseases
Glenn L. Stoller, Terry L. Kaiura, George J. Florakis

67. Nutritional Disorders
Andrew A.E. Pyott, Deval R. Paranjpe, Christopher J. Newton, Colin M. Kirkness

68. Hematologic Disorders
Michael R. Grimmett

69. Endocrine Disease and the Cornea
Rebecca M. Bartow

70. Dermatologic Disorders
Alan E. Sadowsky

71. Infectious Disease: Corneal Manifestations
Gaurav K. Shah, Jay H. Krachmer

72. Corneal and External Ocular Infections in Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Bennie Jeng, Careen Y. Lowder, Gary N. Holland, David M. Meisler

73. Ocular Graft-versus-Host Disease
Stella Kim

74. Corneal Manifestations of Local and Systemic Therapies
Carol J. Hoffman, Peter R. Laibson

Section 3- Corneal Dystrophies, Ectatic Disorders, and Degenerations

75. Anterior Corneal Dystrophies
Peter R. Laibson

76. The Stromal Dystrophies
Luciene B. De Sousa, Mark J. Mannis

77. Posterior Membrane Dystrophies
Robert W. Weisenthal, Barbara W. Streeten

78. Noninflammatory Ectatic Disorders
Robert S. Feder and Preeya Kshettry

79. Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndrome
Emmett F. Carpel

80. Corneal and Conjunctival Degenerations
Richard I Chang and Steven S.T. Ching

Section 4- Corneal Infections

81. Bacterial Keratitis
Andrew J.W. Huang, Pongmas Wichiensin, Mei-Chuan Yang

82. Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Keratitis
Joung Y. Kim

83. Herpes Simplex Keratitis
Edward J. Holland, Harilaos Brilakis and Gary S. Schwartz

84. Herpes Zoster Keratitis
W. Barry Lee, Thomas J. Liesegang

85. Less Common Viral Corneal Infections
Kenneth C. Chern, David M. Meisler

86. Fungal Keratitis
Eduardo C. Alfonso, Robert H. Rosa, Jr., Darlene Miller

87. Acanthamoeba keratitis
Hassan Alizadeh, Jerry Y. Niederkorn, James P. McCulley

88. Corneal Diseases in the Developing World
Salmaan H. Qureshi and Hugh R. Taylor

Section 5- Interstitial Keratitis

89. Syphilitic Interstitial Keratitis
Kirk R. Wilhelmus

90. Nonsyphilitic Interstitial Keratitis
Scott M Whitcup, Janine A Smith

Section 6- Noninfectious Keratopathy

91. Recurrent Erosion Syndromes
Roy Scott Rubinfeld

92. Filamentary Keratitis
Richard S Davidson and Mark J. Mannis

93. The Superficial Punctate Keratitis of Thygeson
Ivan R. Schwab, Sean D. Adrean

94. Neurotrophic Keratitis
Erich B. Groos, Jr.

95. Factitious Keratoconjunctivitis
Matthew R. Parsons

Section 7- Immunologic Disorders of the Cornea

96. Corneal Disease in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Michael S Conners, Richard D Brasington, Jeffrey R Padousis and Anthony J. Lubniewski

97. Corneal Disease Associated with Non-R
rheumatoid Collagen-vascular Disease
Joel Sugar

98. Phlyctenular Keratoconjunctivitis and Marginal Staphylococcal Keratoconjunctivitis
Reza M. Mozayeni, Sheridan Lam

99. Mooren’s Ulcer
Gerald W. Zaidman, Bartley J. Mondino

Section 8- Corneal Trauma

100. Mechanical Injury
M. Bowes Hamill

101. Surgical Trauma: Pseudophakic and Aphakic Corneal Edema
Shahzad Mian and Alan Sugar

102. Acid Injuries of the Eye
Daryl A. Pfister, Roswell R. Pfister

103. Alkali Injuries of the Eye
Roswell R. Pfister, Daryl A. Pfister

104. External Eye Manifestations of Chemical and Biological Warfare
Craig A. Skolnick

Section 9- Contact Lenses

105. Indications for Contact Lens Use
Robert C. Campbell, Timothy O. Koch

106. Fitting the Abnormal Cornea
Timothy T. McMahon, Loretta B. Szczotka

107. Complications of Contact Lens Wear
John F. Stamler


Section 1- Disorders of the Sclera

108. Episcleritis
Eric S. Pearlstein

109. Scleritis
Pascale Dubé, Brian L. Schwam, Michael B. Raizman

Section 2- Anterior Uveitis

110. Classification and Diagnosis of Anterior Uveitis
Ali Djalilian, R. Christopher Walton, Robert B. Nussenblatt

111. Idiopathic Uveitis
William G. Hodge, Anuj Bhargava

112. HLA-B27-Related Uveitis
Marc D. De Smet and Jenny Ongkosuwito

113. Sarcoidosis
Miriam Schteingart, Howard H. Tessler

114. Behçet’s Disease
David C. Herman

115. Fuchs’ Heterochromic Iridocyclitis
Debra A. Goldstein, Sheridan Lam, Howard H. Tessler

116. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
Joseph Tauber

Volume II

Surgery of the Cornea and Conjunctiva


Section 1- Preoperative Considerations

117. Indications and Outcomes
James I. McNeill

118. Preoperative Evaluation of the Keratoplasty Patient
Frederick S. Brightbill, Robert E. Brass

119. Instrumentation for Corneal Transplant Surgery
Mark R. Mandel

Section 2- Penetrating Keratoplasty: Technique

120. Penetrating Keratoplasty
David D. Verdier

121. Combined Penetrating Keratoplasty and Cataract Extraction
O. Claron Alldredge, Jr.

122. Penetrating Keratoplasty and Intraocular Lens Exchange
Harilaos Brilakis, Louis E. Probst and Edward J. Holland

123. Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques
Woodford Van Meter, Douglas G. Katz

124. Intra-operative Complications of Penetrating Keratoplasty
John J. Purcell, Jr.

Section 3- Penetrating Keratoplasty: Postoperative Management

125. Routine Management
Corey A. Miller

126. Early Postoperative Complications
Bradley H. Scharf

127. Postkeratoplasty Astigmatism
Mark G. Speaker, Faisal Haq, Robert Latkany, Charles S. Reing

128. Diagnosis and Management of Corneal Allograft Rejection
Gary N. Foulks

129. Infections after Penetrating Keratoplasty
Bennie H. Jeng, Karen W. Oxford, Richard L. Abbott

130. Retrocorneal Membranes
Kristin M. Hammersmith and Christopher J. Rapuano

131. Glaucoma after Penetrating Keratoplasty
James D. Brandt, Michele C. Lim and David G. O'Day

Section 4- Complicated Penetrating Keratoplasty

132. Pediatric Penetrating Keratoplasty
Peter Gloor

133. Immunologic High-Risk Penetrating Keratoplasty
Pedram Hamrah, Ali R. Djalilian and R. Doyle Stulting

134. Large Diameter Corneal Grafts
John W. Cowden

135. Surgery for Peripheral Corneal Thinning Disorders
Frank A. Hassard and Richard A. Eiferman

136. Penetrating Keratoplasty in Herpes simplex Disease
Denise de Freitas


Section 1- Corneal Surgery

137. Management of Corneal Perforations
Marc A. Honig, Christopher J. Rapuano

138. Lamellar Keratoplasty
William H. Benson, John D. Goosey

139. Therapeutic Keratoplasty
Eric D. Donnenfeld, Renee Solomon

140. Endothelial Replacement
Mark Terry

141. Keratoprosthesis
Claes H. Dohlman, Scott Barnes, Joseph Ma

142. Corneal Surgery for Ocular Surface Disease
Larry F. Rich

143. Phototherapuetic Keratectomy
Peter Hersch, Shawn R. Klein, Michael D. Wagoner

Section 2- Conjunctival Surgery

144. Management of Pterygium
Craig Skolnick, Michael R. Grimmett

145. Conjunctival Flaps
Bruce D. Nichols, Christopher M. Anjema

146. Management of Conjunctival and Corneal Neoplasia
Gary S. Schwartz, Edward J. Holland

Section 3- Ocular Surface Transplantation

147. Classification and Staging of Ocular Surface Disease
Gary S. Schwartz, Edward J. Holland

148. Surgical Techniques for Ocular Surface Reconstruction
Edward J. Holland, Gary S. Schwartz, Michael L. Nordlund

149. Postoperative Management of Ocular Surface Reconstruction
Ali Djalilian, Edward J. Holland, Gary S. Schwartz

150. Penetrating Keratoplasty in Ocular Surface Disease
Jason K. Darlington, Mark J. Mannis

Section 4- Anterior Segment Surgery

151. Surgical Management and Rehabilitation of Anterior Segment Trauma
Marian S. Macsai

152. Cyclectomy and Iridocycletomy
Lawrence A. Gans

153. Management of Scleral Perforation
M. Bowes Hamill


Section 1- History and Overview of Refractive Surgery

154. Refractive Surgery: Past, Present, and Future
Steven C. Schallhorn

Section 2- Preoperative Considerations

155. Preoperative Evaluation for Refractive Surgery
James Salz and William Trattler

156. Topographic Analysis in Keratorefractive Surgery
Michael W. Belin, Jill F. Rodila

Section 3

157. Photorefractive Keratectomy
M. Bruce Jackson and Abdulraman Al-Muammar

Section 4- Laser in Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK)

158. LASIK Technique
Steve Lane, Reval R. Paranjpe and David H. Park

159. LASIK for Myopia
Patricia Sierra Wilkinson, David R. Hardten, Richard L. Lindstrom

160. LASIK for Hyperopia
Marcel Netto, Renato Ambrosio and Steve Wilson

161. LASIK for Mixed Asigmatism
Barry Lee, Frank Garcia

162. LASIK Complications
Louis E. Probst

Section 5

163. Laser Assisted Subepithelial Keratomileusis (LASEK)
Dimitri Azar

Section 6

164. Intrastromal Corneal Ring Segments
Alan Westeren, Raymund Angeles, Sujata Purohit and David Schanzlin

Section 7

165. Incisional Keratotomy
T.P. Werblin, James L. Salz, Louis D. Nichamin

Section 8

166. Phakic Myopic Intraocular Lenses
David Park, Steve Lane

Section 9

167. Thermal Keratoplasty
D. Rex Hamilton, David R. Hardten and Richard L. Lindstrom

Section 10- Wavefront Technology

168. Wavefront
George Mintsioulis, Rejean Munger and Abdulrahman Al-Muamar

Section 11- Emerging Technologies in Refractive Surgery

169. Developing Techniques in Refractive Surgery
Ezra Maguen, Kristin Nesburn

170. - The Future Of Refractive Surgery: Confluence Of Techniques, Staged Delivery And Criteria For Assessment
George O. Waring, III

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