This superbly illustrated atlas, featuring retinal photographs of exceptional quality, documents the presentation and progression of peripheral diseases of the retina and provides guidance on their treatment. Given the propensity of such peripheral lesions to lead to retinal detachment, detailed consideration is given to their analysis and to the prevention of retinal detachment, with inclusion of treatment and surveillance algorithms and explanation of risks. Numerous clinical cases of retinoschisis and its relationship to retinal detachment are presented, and extensive attention is devoted to rhegmatogenous retinal detachment. A range of relevant complications following surgery or, for example, the use of silicone oil or perfluorocarbon liquid are illustrated, and the closing chapter addresses different causes of secondary retinal detachment. The Atlas of Peripheral Retinal Pathology and Retinal Detachment offers a unique collection of clinical cases that will greatly assist ophthalmologists in the daily challenge of exploring, analyzing, and treating lesions of the peripheral retina and retinal detachment.