Dr. Thomas Spoor's practical, problem-oriented guide to the management of common oculoplastic and orbital disorders will help all those beginning to work in these surgical areas. From simple solutions to often complicated problems, he shares with the reader his methods learned over a lifetime of academic and private practice. With superb, top quality digital surgical photographs and exquisitely drawn colour illustrations, this dogmatic rather than all-compassing atlas will prove invaluable to both the resident and consultant.
Introduction. 1. Basic lower eyelid blepha. 2. Ectropion repair. 3. Entropion repair. 4. Lower eyelid retraction. 5. Complications of lower eyelid surgery. 6. Ptosis repair and upper eyelid blepharoplasty. 7. Brow ptosis repair. 8. Complications of upper eyelids. 9. Epiphora and dry eye. 10. Wedge resection upper eyelids. 11. Orbital surgery. 12. Optic nerve sheath decompression. 13. Temporal artery biopsy.
About The Author:
Dr. Spoor is renowned across the world for his work in oculoplastic, orbital and neuro-ophthalmic surgery. Special recognition has been addressed for his dedication in the field of optic nerve surgery, as well as his leading treatments of patients with optic nerve dysfunction.
Dr. Spoor is currently established in the Sarasota Retina Institute in Florida. In his extensive academic and medical career he has held the post of the Assistance Professor of Surgery in the Division of Ophthalmology of the University Of South Carolina School Of Medicine. In 2003 he was awarded with the American Academy of Ophthalmology Honour Award.