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TitlePediatric Oculoplastic Surgery [electronic resource] / edited by James A. Katowitz
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2002
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Descript XXI, 694 p. online resource


Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery is the definitive text for ocular disorders and how they apply specifically to children. Addressing everything from genetic considerations, embryology and anatomy, anesthesia, dermatologic considerations, benign and malignant tumors, fetal wound healing, establishing propoer diagnosis, timing for surgical interventions and surgical procedures. This volume is an essential addition to the library of every pediatric ophthalmologist and reconstructive surgeon. The distinguished contributors have combined their surgical knowledge and experience with over 1,100 color photographs and custom illustrations to present comprehensive and readily usable information on the identification and treatment of a wide range of ocular disorders


Section I General and Subspecialty Overviews -- 1 Genetic Considerations of Development -- 2 Embryology and Anatomy of the Developing Face -- 3 Fetal Wound Healing Implications -- 4 Basic Principles, Techniques, and Instruments -- 5 Pediatric Anesthesia Techniques -- 6 Pediatric Dermatology and the Oculoplastic Patient -- 7 Plastic Surgical Considerations in Pediatric Dermatologic Abnormalities -- 8 Pediatric Otolaryngologic Considerations -- 9 Evaluation of Vision and Motility in Children -- 10 Pediatric Extraocular Muscle Surgery and Oculoplastic Disorders -- 11 Pediatric Conjunctival and Intraocular Malignancies -- Section II Eyelids -- 12 Developmental Eyelid Abnormalities -- 13 Benign Pediatric Eyelid Tumors -- 14 Malignant Pediatric Eyelid Tumors -- 15 Pediatric Ptosis -- 16 Pediatric Eyelid and Adnexal Trauma -- Section III The Nasolacrimal System -- 17 Evaluation of Tearing in Children -- 18 Management of Pediatric Lower System Problems: Probing and Silastic Intubation -- 19 Management of Pediatric Lower System Problems: Dacryocystorhinostomy -- 20 Management of Pediatric Upper System Problems: Punctal and Canalicular Surgery -- 21 Management of Pediatric Upper System Problems: Conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy -- Section IV The Orbit -- 22 Classification and Evaluation of Orbital Disorders in Children -- 23 Imaging of the Pediatric Orbit -- 24 Pediatric Orbital and Periocular Infections -- 25 Pediatric Orbital Inflammatory Disorders -- 26 Benign Pediatric Orbital Tumors -- 27 Malignant Pediatric Orbital Tumors -- 28 Surgical Approaches to the Pediatric Orbit -- 29 Congenital Craniofacial Deformities: Ophthalmologic Considerations -- 30 Management of the Microphthalmic Orbit -- 31 Oculoplastic Considerations in Pediatric Craniofacial Surgery -- 32 Pediatric Enucleation, Evisceration, and Exenteration Techniques -- 33 Periorbital Free Flap Reconstruction in Children: Surgical and Prosthetic Considerations -- 34 Pediatric Orbital Trauma

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