Atlas of Clinical and Surgical Orbital Anatomy, 2nd Edition
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Atlas of Clinical and Surgical Orbital Anatomy, by Dr. Jonathan Dutton, demonstrates the complex area of orbital anatomy through unique illustrations and comprehensive coverage that goes from embryology to adult anatomy. This completely updated and revised new edition features a new chapter on the cavernous sinus, illustrations modified to reflect recent anatomic findings, and new sections covering clinical correlations. With access to the fully searchable text and a downloadable image gallery online at www.expertconsult.com, you’ll have the detailed visual guidance you need to perform successful orbital surgery.
New to This Edition
- Access the fully searchable text online at www.expertconsult.com, along with a downloadable image gallery.
- Master the anatomy-disease-surgery relationship thanks to new chapter sections on clinical correlations.
- Get a more complete understanding of orbital disease through a new chapter on the cavernous sinus and illustrations modified to reflect recent anatomic findings.
- Stay current on the newest research data with completely revised and updated chapters and references.
- Clearly see the nuances of each anatomic system with layered illustrations that use multiple artworks to display relevant structures and highlight key intricacies.
- Visualize each system three-dimensionally through depictions from frontal, lateral, and superior angles.
- Apply a comprehensive approach to common orbital diseases using coverage of clinical correlations from embryology to adult anatomy.
"Atlas of Clinical and Surgical Orbital Anatomy is a perfect addition to the library of every student and surgeon working in or around the orbit. The second edition is well referenced, with current sources. I highly recommend this anatomy atlas." JAMA, June 13, 2012-Vol 307, No. 22; p2438-2439
"This atlas is a great resource in any surgical subspecialty that demands an understanding of orbital anatomy. It will be useful for oculoplastic surgeons, ophthalmologists, plastic surgeons, and neurosurgeons, as well as ENT physicians and oral and maxillofacial surgeons." Doody Review - 4 stars - 95/100 Score
By Jonathan J Dutton, MD, PhD, Professor of Ophthalmology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA