A Manual of Systematic Eyelid Surgery, 3rd Edition
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Clear, step-by-step descriptions and detailed illustrations show you how to perform many of the most commonly performed eyelid procedures, including the newest aesthetic techniques. These are presented in a logical order with clearly described indications to help select a specific operation as well as a note of the main possible complications. You will find new coverage of many topics including ectropion adjustable sutures in ptosis surgery, eyelid tumor management and clearance, thyroid eye disease, orbital implants and socket surgery, new coverage of the management of lower lid blepharoplasty and more. The most efficient hands-on resource of its kind, this best-selling manual presents you with the "how-to" needed to produce optimal results.Table of Contents
- The most efficient, hands-on resource of its kind.
- Provides step-by-step guidance on most of the commonly performed surgical procedures and techniques
- Clear line diagrams illustrate all of the procedures described.
- Systematically organized for quick and easy reference.
- New coverage of ectropion adjustable sutures in ptosis surgery, eyelid tumor management and clearance, thyroid eye disease, orbital implants and socket surgery, new coverage of the management of lower lid blepharoplasty and more.
"In this manual, Collin (a talented writer and an expert Ophthalmologist) weaves an expert narrative detailing the most common surgical eye procedures being performed today. Accordingly, this text proves to be required reading for all practitioners in the field -- noted for its crisp analysis and ordered format. (...) Moreover Collin brings much new information to the third edition of his treatise, including a fine segment on eyelid tumor management (an aspect of the discipline that is quite delicate and required the utmost care on the part of the physician). (...) Readers will find Systematic sharply written and easy to navigate, with logical use of illustrations meant to illuminate key procedural points of the text. If Ophthalmologists were to chose a single office reference to help escort them through surgically based procedures, they wouldn't go wrong by investing in this selection." The Electric Review, May/June 2006
By J. R. O. Collin, MA, MB, Bchir, FRCS, FRCOphth, DO, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Moorfields Eye Hospital and Institute of Ophthalmology, University of London; Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, The Hospitals for Sick Children, London, UK