Naumann, Gottfried O.H., Holbach, L., Kruse, F.E. (Eds.)
2008, XXIV, 399 p.
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The first book on this topic – the bible on applied ophthalmic pathology
Written and edited by the world-famous expert G.O.H. Naumann
Lavishly illustrated with superb artwork
The text covers unique features of intraocular surgery in closed system and open eye contexts
Written and edited by the world-famous expert G.O.H. Naumann, this textbook is the first and only on the subject.
It delves into the details of ocular structures such as the nuances of morphology, surgical anatomy and pathology.
The text covers unique features of intraocular surgery in closed system and open eye contexts.
It goes on to cover crucial aspects of restoring the anterior chamber, including the role of blood-ocular barriers and paracenthesis effects.
Then, it delineates the spectrum of potential complications in (pseudo-) exfoliation-syndromes as well as the most vulnerable cell populations.
Readers are also treated to the features of normal and pathologic wound healing after non-mechanical laser and mechanical inventions.
Brilliant artwork and sketches illustrate the complex pathology, adding huge value for the reader in his or her daily routine when they need to know how the specific pathology modifies the indications and techniques of microsurgery.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Extraocular Surgery - General Ophthalmic Surgical Anatomy - General Ophthalmic Surgical Pathology - Intraocular Microsurgery - Surgery
General Ophthalmic Pathology: Principal Indications and Complications, Comparing Intra- and Extraocular Surgery.- Surgical Anatomy and Pathology in Surgery of the Eyelids, Lacrimal System, Orbit and Conjunctiva.- General Pathology for Intraocular Microsurgery: Direct Wounds and Indirect Distant Effects.- Special Anatomy and Pathology in Intraocular Microsurgery.- Influence of Common Generalized Diseases on Intraocular Microsurgery.