Techniques in Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery is a richly illustrated, step-by-step guide to oculoplastic surgery, covering everything from the basics to the most recent advances. Jeffrey A. Nerad, MD provides a personal tutorial approach detailing both procedural and management aspects of practice. Along with the latest in cosmetic procedures and detailed photographs and surgical line drawings—most of which are in full color—you’ll get a DVD with narrated procedural video clips that demonstrate techniques from the book. This is the essential text for those learning oculoplastic surgery and will bring even the most experienced practitioner up to date with current practice and procedures. Develop a strong foundation in this complex field and apply surgical techniques to frequently encountered abnormalities and aesthetic facial enhancement. Keep this outstanding text close by for a fast, practical, and authoritative reference.
- Features more than 760 illustrations—over 700 in full color—from pre- and post-operative photographs to step-by-step surgical line drawings, that provide you with a nuanced visual understanding.
- Presents an expert’s perspective on the most frequently performed oculoplastic surgical procedures for authoritative and trusted guidance.
- Provides the indications for the use of each procedure along with advice on the management of complications so you have a structured resource with both procedural and management information.
- Devotes an entire chapter to aesthetic surgery of the face providing extensive coverage of this important and rapidly developing area in oculoplastic surgery.
- Includes a DVD with over 100 minutes of surgical videos demonstrating the techniques described in the book—performed and narrated by the author—so you get step-by-step, real time instructions.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1. The Art of the Surgical Technique
- Chapter 2. Clinical Anatomy
- Chapter 3. Diagnosis and Treatment of Ectropion
- Chapter 4. Diagnosis and Treatment of Entropion
- Chapter 5. Diagnosis and Management of Misdirected Eyelashes
- Chapter 6. Involutional Periorbital Changes: Dermatochalasis and Brow Ptosis
- Chapter 7. Aesthetic Surgery of the Face
- Chapter 8. Evaluation and Treatment of the Patient with Ptosis
- Chapter 9. Abnormal Movements of the Face
- Chapter 10. Diagnosis and Management of the Patient with Tearing
- Chapter 11. Diagnosis of Malignant and Benign Lid Lesions Made Easy
- Chapter 12. Eyelid Reconstruction
- Chapter 13. Eyelid and Orbital Trauma
- Chapter 14. The Diagnostic Approach to the Patient with Proptosis
- Chapter 15. Surgical Approaches to the Orbit
- Chapter 16. Enucleation, Evisceration, and Exenteration: The Care of the Eye Socket
By Jeffrey A. Nerad, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology; Director, Oculoplastic, Orbital and Oncology Service, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, The University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA