Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology Series: Oculoplastic Surgery: Text with DVD

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Overview

Whether you're in training or an established practitioner, Oculoplastic Surgery, a brand-new title in the Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology Series, is your go-to manual for expert guidance on how to master new procedures, improve outcomes, and learn the latest techniques faster. It features step-by-step details on how to perform a variety of oculoplastic surgical procedures, including upper eyelid blepharoplasty, lower eyelid blepharoplasty, ptosis repair, evisceration, and enucleation entropion and ectropion. And, a concise, templated format complements the commentary and procedures on the accompanying DVD.

• Presents detailed coverage of the oculoplastic surgical procedures practiced today, including upper eyelid blepharoplasty, lower eyelid blepharoplasty, ptosis repair, evisceration, and enucleation entropion and ectropion, keeping you on the cusp of the latest advances.

• Features explanations of surgical techniques combined with high-quality video clips that emphasize and illuminate key points.

• Discusses pros and cons, pearls and pitfalls, and tricks-of-the-trade for all techniques to help you make the best informed decisions and avoid complications.

• Uses a consistent step-by-step approach to each procedure to help you perform every technique with precision.

• Lists equipment and instrumentation required for each procedure in appropriate chapters.

• Uses full-color illustrations throughout for enhanced visual guidance.

• Includes a DVD of surgical videos to help you master every technique.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: M. Reza Vagefi, MD (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
Description: The author of this book presents a step-wise approach to surgical treatment of many common problems encountered in oculoplastics. A DVD-ROM of the techniques is included.
Purpose: His purpose is to describe how he addresses some common surgical problems in oculoplastics using diagrams, photographs, and video. Such a book is helpful for residents, fellows, and general practitioners who are trying to learn or review some of the basic techniques of the subspecialty.
Audience: It is intended for readers who have a foundation of fundamental ophthalmic and oculoplastic knowledge. It will be useful as a guide to some basic techniques in oculoplastic surgery for residents in ophthalmology, fellows in oculoplastics, or general ophthalmologists in practice. The author is a respected authority who trains fellows in oculoplastics.
Features: The book covers basic techniques for correction of eyelid malposition and reconstruction, lacrimal surgery and orbital surgery. Excellent pictures augment descriptions of how to perform each individual procedure in a step-wise fashion. Clinical pearls are provided as well as brief reviews of possible complications. The DVD-ROM provides videos of actual procedures. The main shortcoming of this publication, which the author admits, is that it provides only one perspective on how to approach a particular surgical problem when many other techniques exist.
Assessment: This is a very useful manual on some of the common surgical problems for residents completing a rotation in oculoplastics. It also would be of help to new fellows needing a basic stepping stone to some of the more complex procedures. The book is comparable to Oculoplastic Surgery: The Requisites in Ophthalmology, Nerad (Mosby, 2001) or A Manual of Systematic Eyelid Surgery, 3nd edition (Elsevier, 2006). Oculoplastic Surgery provides superior photographs in color and a DVD. However, it is not an extensive a reference for surgical techniques as it covers only one approach to an oculoplastic problem.
From the Publisher
"The author is a respected authority who trains fellows in oculoplastics… Excellent pictures augment descriptions of how to perform each individual procedure in a step-wise fashion… This is a very useful manual…" Doody's, ***

"The chapters are well constructed, commencing with a list of instruments required for each procedure, and the anaesthetic technique preferred...The presentation of each chapter is clear and concise. The photographs are of good quality and the diagrams clear." Eye News,

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416032861
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Series: Surgical Techniques in Ophthalmology Series
  • Pages: 190
  • Sales rank: 1,360,961
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Entropion

2. Ectropion

3. Ptosis

a. Levator dehiscence

b. Mullerectomy

c. Levator resection

d. Fascia lata sling

4. Canalicular laceration

5. Upper blepharoplasty

6. Lower blepharoplasty

7. Tearing

a. Stints

b. DCR

c. CDCR

8. Evisceration

9. Enucleation

10. Eyelid retraction

a. Upper eyelid

1. External

2. Transconjunctival

b. Lower eyelid

1. Alloderm

2. Hard palate graft

11. Trichiasis

a. Cryo

b. Anterior lamella excision

12. Mohs reconstruction

a. Direct closure

b. Sliding temporal flap

c. Skin graft

d. Cutler Beard

e. Hughes

13. Chalazion

14. Blow out fractures

15. Orbital Decompression

16. Floppy eyelid

17. Temporal artery biopsy

18. Orbital volume augmentation

19. Equipment

Index

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