Eyelid tumors are commonly encountered by oculoplastic as well as plastic surgeons. The challenge of managing these cases lies not only in performing the surgery in a precise manner in small area, but also in ensuring a visually-appealing cosmetic outcome. This is an innovative and concise portable handbook that guides the surgeons on how to approach and manage these cases in a step-by-step manner. Each chapter of this practical guidebook has outstanding illustrations drawn in full color clearly showing each incision line, flap management, suture placement and its technique and the expected cosmetic outcome. When a lid tumor is excised, there is a tissue defect that needs to be corrected. Ophthalmologists and plastic surgeons will find this work an excellent reference material to solve the jigsaw puzzle of tissue defects in and around the periorbital region. Importantly, they can quickly refer to the images just before starting a procedure. The author has first explained the anatomical aspects and anesthetic techniques for eyelid surgery, followed by review of the benign and malignant tumors, finally describing the flap creation and reconstruction techniques that are currently used in various lid tumors in an organized fashion.
The Aphakic Painters Aphakic Painters in the History of Art How Monet’s Cataract developed Monet’s Color Vision while his Cataract was developing The Aphakia of Claude Monet The Effects of Aphakia on Monet’s Painting Monet’s Colors after he became Aphakic Vitreous The Toads of Rodolphe Töpffer and the Bird of Edvard Munch Analysis of Munch’s Entoptic Visual Phenomenon Color Vision Deficiencies The Influence of the Hereditary Dyschromatopsias on Painting Paintings produced spontaneously by Congenitally Color-blind Artists The Legend of the total Colorblindness of Eugène Carrière The Problem of Constable Artistic Behavior of Color-blind Persons Congenitally Color-blind Persons in the History of Art The Congenital color-blindness of Meryon Meryon as Engraver Paris in Black and White by Charles Meryon Congenitally Color-blind Artists in the 20th Century Congenital Color-blindness and Art Criticism Acquired Retinopathies Procedures used by Degas to Compensate for his Poor Eyesight Defective Eyesight and Degas’ Art Evolution of the Degas Technique Diabetes and Painting The Eyes of Older Painters The Normal Effects of Age on Vision How can we define “”””Age-related Pictorial Style””””? Experimental Study of the Style of Painting in Old Age Age-related Ocular Pathology and Painting ARMD in the History of Painting Old Age and Creativity Octogenarian Painters Nonagenarian Painters Neurology and Painting Pathology of the Optic Pathways and Painting Glaucoma The Optic Neuropathies Pathology in the Optic Chiasm Intoxications and Painting Visual Pathology of the Cerebral Cortex and Painting Ophthalmic Migraine and Painting Hemianopsias Cerebral Achromatopsia The Strange Blindness of Lemordant The Problem of Lemordant’s Blindness Painters with strabismus Identification of Strabismic Painters Clinical Features of Strabismus in Pictures The Corneal Reflex Bifoveal Fixation in Self-Portraiture Strabismic Painters in the History of Art What is the Role of a Change in Binocularty for the Strabismic Painter One-eyed Painters Paintings done by Monophthalmic Artists Blindness of the Painters Blind Painters in Art History Hypothetical Etiologies for Instances of Blindness in Painters Psychological Consequences Female Painters Refractive Errors Female Painters whose Cataracts were operated Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD)
Features: Nano Biomaterials for Ophthalmic Drug Delivery 2016
This consolidated reference book addresses the various aspects of nano biomaterials used in ophthalmic drug delivery, including their characterization, interactions with ophthalmic system and applications in treatments of the ophthalmic diseases and disorders. In the last decade, a significant growth in polymer sciences, nanotechnology and biotechnology has resulted in the development of new nano- and bioengineered nano-bio-materials. These are extensively explored as drug delivery carriers as well as for implantable devices and scaffolds. At the interface between nanomaterials and biological systems, the organic and synthetic worlds merge into a new science concerned with the safe use of nanotechnology and nano material design for biological applications. For this field to evolve, there is a need to understand the dynamic forces and molecular components that shape these interactions. While it is impossible to describe with certainty all the bio physicochemical interactions at play at the interface, we are at a point where the pockets of assembled knowledge are providing a conceptual framework to guide this exploration, and review the impact on future product development. The book is intended as a valuable resource for academics and pharmaceutical scientists working in the field of polymers, polymers materials for drug delivery, drug delivery systems and ophthalmic drug delivery systems, in addition to medical and health care professionals in these areas.
This atlas is a pocket manual of imaging diagnosis of the orbital. It includes common imaging techniques, normal imaging features, abnormal orbital imaging of developmental diseases, injury, inflammation, lymphoproliferative diseases, diseases of the eyeball, post-operative changes, vascular diseases, tumors and neuro-ophthalmological diseases. While it particularly focuses on CT and MRI, it also describes other techniques, such as X-ray, ultrasonography and nuclear imaging. The book starts with an overview of commonly used imaging techniques of the orbit a concise description of imaging features of normal orbit in X-ray, CT and MRI. The following nine chapters explore different orbital diseases and abnormalities that are common in clinical work. It is a valuable resource for radiologists and ophthalmologists.
Features: Used Book in Good Condition By (author): Rama D. Jager MD MBA FACS, Jeffrey C. Lamkin MD, Jeffrey C. Lamkin
The updated Third Edition of this manual is a comprehensive self-assessment review of ophthalmology and a valuable study aid for any ophthalmologist or ophthalmologist-in-training. It contains over 3,000 true/false, matching, and multiple-choice questions covering the entire field of ophthalmology, including the subspecialties. Answers are provided along with brief explanations and extensive references.
Several hundred new questions have been added to this new edition, with significantly updated content and revised, expanded explanations. Two new chapters cover General Medicine and International Ophthalmology. This edition also includes more than 100 full-color photographs depicting ocular pathology and ophthalmic conditions.