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Compendium of Oculofacial, Orbital, and Lacrimal Surgery, 1st ed. 2019 A Compendium

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Cohen Adam J., Burkat Cat Nguyen

Couverture de l’ouvrage Compendium of Oculofacial, Orbital, and Lacrimal Surgery

This comprehensive text covers both core and advanced principles within oculofacial, orbital, and lacrimal surgery with extensive detail not found in any other current book on the subject. Richly illustrated with hundreds of images, Compendium of  Oculofacial, Orbital, and Lacrimal Surgery is written and edited by international leaders in fields spanning ophthalmology, otolaryngology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and plastic surgery. Covering topics such as embryology, anatomy, and physiology of the lacrimal system, imaging for orbital diseases and thyroid-related ophthalmology, and flap geometry and planning, this book is an excellent resource for those in training, as well as seasoned clinicians looking to stay current. This book is divided into five sections: Eyelid, Oculofacial, Lacrimal, Orbit, and Socket, with each section containing detailed chapters addressing evaluation, imaging, and various surgical approaches and management.

Designed to not only provide an anatomical and surgical guide for all three types of surgeries, but to help physicians avoid mistakes and correct complications of patients referred to them, Compendium of  Oculofacial, Orbital, and Lacrimal Surgery is the definitive, authoritative reference on this complex field.

1.    Evaluation of the Oculofacial Patient

2.    Etiologies of Blepharoptosis

3.    External Levator Advancement and Resection

4.    Fasanella-Servat procedure for ptosis correction

5.    Muller’s Muscle-Conjunctival Resection 

6.    Frontalis Sling

7.    Complication of Blepharoptosis Repair and Their Solutions

8.    Full Thickness Blepharotomy

9.    Congenital Eyelid Malpositions and Anomalies

10.  Trichiasis, Distichiasis and Eyelash Ptosis

11.  Entropion (Senile and Cicatricial)

12.  Ectropion (Senile and Cicatricial) and Lower Eyelid Retraction

13.  Upper Eyelid Retraction

14.  Eyelid Neoplasia

15.  Upper Eyelid Defect: Reconstructive Options

16.  Lower Eyelid Defect: Reconstructive Options

17.  Medial Canthal Defect: Reconstructive Options

18.  Introduction to Browlifting

19.  Cutaneous approaches to Eyebrow lifting (trichial, pre-trichial, direct, mid forehead, temporal, coronal)

20.  Endoscopic forehead lifting with fat grafting

21.  Upper Blepharoplasty (with crease formation, adipose repositioning and corrugator weakening)

22.  Complications of upper blepharoplasty and their solutions 

23.  Upper Blepharoplasty in the Asian Patient

24.  Complications of Asian upper blepharoplasty and their solutions

25.  Lower Blepharoplasty: Skin Muscle Flap Approach

26.  Lower Blepharoplasty: Transconjunctival Approach

27.  Complications of lower blepharoplasty and their solutions

28.  The importance of the lateral canthal angle and surgical techniques

29.  The subperiosteal, drill-hole, midface lift

30.  Transtemporal Midface Lift 

31.  Evaluation of the facelift patient

32.  Anatomy of Facelifting

33.  Approaches to Facelifting

34.  Alloplastic Contouring of the Orbit, Maxillay and Zygomatic Regions

35.  Autologous Fat Transfer to the Eyelids and Face

36.  Nonsurgical Periorbital and Facial Rejuvenation: A Paradigm Shift for Patients and Surgeons

37.  Facial Feminization Surgery

38.  Evaluation and Imaging of Lacrimal Drainage Disorders

39.  Punctal disorders, malposition, and management

40.  Canalicular obstructions and management 

41.  Congenital Lacrimal Gland Disorders and Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

42.  External dacryocystorhinostomy

43.  Adult endoscopic endonasal dacryocystorhinostomy

44.  Pediatric endonasal dacryocystorhinostomy

45.  Adjunctive Endonasal Procedures During Dacryocystorhinostomy

46.  Transcanalicular Laser-Assisted Dacryocystorhinostomy

47.  Revision dacryocystorhinostomy

48.  Conjunctivodacryocystorhinsotomy: Indications, tubes and technique

49.  Dacryocystectomy: Indications and technique

50.  Congenital Dacryocystocele: Diagnosis and Management

51.  Orbital Anatomy

52.  Imaging for orbital diseases: Traditional modalities and Newer concepts

53.  Transcutaneous and transconjunctival surgical approaches to the orbit

54.  Endonasal and transcranial surgical approaches to the orbit 

55.  Eyelid Trauma: Principles of Repair and Management Lacrimal

56.  Trauma: Principles of Repair and Management 

57.  Orbital Fractures

58.  Midfacial fractures   

59.  Evisceration and Enucleation  

60.  Orbital Exenteration 

61.  Orbital Implants: Classification and Outcomes 

62.  Evaluation of the socket 

63.  Surgical management of the contracted socket 

64.  Management of clinical anophthalmos in children

65.  Ocular and Scleral Shell prostheses

66.   Oculofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation and Osseointegrated Implants

Adam J. Cohen, MD, FACS

Section Director of Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Rush University Medical Center

Attending Physician

NorthShore University Health Systems 


Cat Nguyen Burkat

Professor, Oculoplastics

Orbital, & Cosmetic Facial Surgery

University of Wisconsin

Madison Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences

Madison, Wisconsin, USA

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Comprehensive text covering the topics of oculofacial, orbital, and lacrimal surgery 

Richly illustrated with hundreds of images 

Written and edited by international leaders in fields spanning ophthalmology, otolaryngology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and plastic surgery 

Designed to provide an anatomical and surgical guide for trainees and seasoned clinicians in related fields

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