Introduction with brief anatomy.- Imaging modalities.- Case based learning: eyelid lesions.- Case based learning: lacrimal.- Case based learning: congenital/developmental lesions.- Case based learning: orbital inflammatory lesions.- Case based learning: vascular malformations.- Case based learning: lymphoproliferative lesions.- Case based learning: benign orbital tumors.- Case Base learning: malignant neoplasms of the orbit.- Case based learning: lacrimal gland lesions.
This comprehensive book focuses on eyelid, lacrimal and orbital lesions, covering a wide variety of common and rare diseases and correlating their clinical, radiological and pathological aspects. It presents a large number of illustrative cases, with a discussion of the clinical history, examination, the imaging and pathology findings, differential diagnosis and management along with a take home message for each. Further, it offers clear guidance on the diagnosis and management of orbital and adnexal lesions. This book is a valuable learning tool for residents and trainee fellows in ophthalmology, as well as for trainees in radiology and pathology. It is also relevant to young ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeons, practicing ophthalmologists, radiologists, and pathologists.
Dr Shantha Amrith is a Senior Consultant eye surgeon/oculoplastic surgeon at the Department of Ophthalmology, National University Hospital, Singapore and a Clinical Associate Professor with the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS). She completed two brief fellowships in ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery at Sydney Eye Hospital, Australia and the University of Cincinnati Hospitals, USA. She has vast experience in managing patients with various lid, lacrimal and orbital pathologies including tumors and injuries, in addition to cosmetic surgeries on eyebrows, and upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasties. She has published several articles in notable journals and reviewed several articles for international ophthalmology journals. Her landmark study was on tear outflow physiology. Dr Amrith's main areas of interest are thyroid eye disease, Asian perspective in eyelid and lacrimal and orbital diseases, and trauma reconstruction. She is a founding member and former treasurer of the Asia-Pacific Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) and founding member of the Singapore Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (SSOPRS). In recognition of her contributions, she has received the `APAO Achievement Award'. Dr Gangadhara Sundar is the Head and Senior Consultant, Division of Orbit and Oculofacial Surgery, Department of Ophthalmology, National University Hospital, Singapore with affiliate positions as an Assistant Professor at the same institution and an Adjunct Faculty at the Department of Pediatrics, National University Hospital. He obtained his degrees from Madras Medical College and the Govt Ophthalmic Hospital, Chennai, India and advanced subspecialty training at the Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, USA under the preceptorship of Murray D Christianson MD FACS (who had trained under John Wright, UK and Richard Tenzel, USA). Apart from specializing in diseases and surgery of the eyelid, lacrimal and orbital disorders, his interests include orbitofacial trauma, ophthalmic oncology and thyroid eye disease. Committed to clinical, surgical and academic excellence with numerous international awards and orations, he is a regional and international expert in his fielda nd serves in leadership roles in various national and international educational and professional oculoplastic societies. His contributions include numerous scientific papers, textbook chapters and a major treatise on `Orbital Fractures - Principles, Concepts and Techniques'. He has been instrumental in starting various multidisciplinary services, including the NUH retinoblastoma service (with pediatric oncologists, neuro-interventional radiologists, pathologists and ocularists), NUH thyroid eye disease service (with endocrinologists and immunologists) and the NUH lacrimal service (with rhinologists).
Dr Stephanie Ming Young is a Consultant at the Department of Ophthalmology, National University Hospital (NUH) and Assistant Professor at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS). She has a special interest in ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery of the eyelid, lacrimal system and orbit, and has completed two surgically intensive fellowships at the National University Hospital, Singapore and Samsung Medical Center, Seoul. She has received several grants and published numerous papers on the subject in peer-reviewed journals, as well as 2 book chapters. A graduate of the National University of Singapore (NUS), Dr Young won the Gold Medal and Book Prize in Ophthalmology, and received a Distinction Award for Ophthalmology-related research for her undergraduate research opportunities program. As a house officer at NUH Medicine, she was awarded the best house officer award in 2008. Since joining the Ophthalmology Department at NUH, she has won several ophthalmology-related awards, including Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology Best Free Paper Award, American Academy of Ophthalmology Best Poster Award, Eye Foundation Award, and Best Paper Award - NUHS Residents Research Day. She teaches medical students as well as residents in ophthalmology. She has received the Wong Hock Boon Society Outstanding Mentor Award for her efforts in mentoring medical students.