Presents a practical approach to the use and analysis of techniques involved in the clinical care of specific pterygium cases. Incorporates practical clinical techniques, preventive measures and repair of complications. Using basic medical and surgical principles based on 30 years of clinical experience, the author provides the most effective approach to each pterygium case. Instead of focusing solely on outcomes, the text also identifies pterygium features, patient types, and their influences on the outcomes An emphasis has been given to prevention, primary surgery, reduction of recurrences and the role of inflammation in pathogenesis and surgical results. Chapter 1: Features, Chapter 2: Epidemiology, Chapter 3: Pathogenesis, Chapter 4: Pathology, Chapter 5: Prevention, Chapter 6: Surgery, Chapter 7: Complications.
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