Since its inception two generations ago, oculoplastic surgery has constantly evolved. What was once dogma may now be passAc. Procedures that were once passAc may be resurrected and utilized again. Providing simplified solutions to complex problems, Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery is a practical, problem-orientated guide to the management of common oculoplastic and orbital disorders. Based on Dr. Spooras thirty years of practice, the book emphasizes the more common oculoplastic conditions likely to present to a busy ophthalmologist. The text covers upper and lower eyelid surgery and repair, orbital surgery, and the prevention and treatment of potential complications. The procedures are described with surgical photos and illustrations in a casual, didactic fashion, as a senior doctor would use instructing a resident or fellow. The book is essential reading for ophthalmologists, oculoplastic surgeons, neuro-ophthalmologists and plastic surgeons.4( 3 0 - 2.0D - 3.0D - | 12 00 -- 0 I l l I l l -3D -2D -1D 0 1D 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D 7D Distance from cutting face (D: Tunnel diameter) Figure 14. ... The solid lines shown in Figure 4 are the predictions of ground settlements by the proposed method.
|Title||:||Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery|
|Author||:||Thomas C. Spoor|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2009-12-04|