Atlas of Clinical and Surgical Orbital Anatomy, 3rd Edition
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- Features layered anatomical illustrations that use multiple sequential artworks to display relevant structures and highlight key intricacies, as well as sectional anatomic correlations with CT and MRI.
- Depicts each system three-dimensionally through illustrations in frontal, lateral, and superior views, drawn from layered 150-micron histologic sections through human orbits.
- Discusses every anatomic system from embryology to adult anatomy and correlates individual structures with the most common clinical disorders and diseases.
- Includes expanded discussions in the Clinical Correlations chapter sections to include more disease conditions of interest to ophthalmologists, otolaryngologists, and plastic surgeons.
- Contains a new chapter on the Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses covering relevant anatomy and how these structures relate to orbital disease, trauma, and surgery.
- Offers a new discussion of surgical procedures and their relation to orbital anatomy, including bony orbital decompression, orbital floor fracture repair, strabismus surgery, oculocardiac reflex with EOM surgery, optic nerve fenestration, blepharoptosis, blepharoplasty, entropion, entropion, transvenous embolization for carotic-cavernous fistula, subperiosteal hematoma drainage, orbital exenteration, and more.
- Provides updated references and discussions in every chapter based on the most recent literature.
- An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.
2.Osteology of the Orbit
5.Arterial Supply to the Orbit
6.Venous and Lymphatic Systems
7.Orbital Fat and Connective Tissue Systems
8.Eyelids, Brows, and Anterior Orbit
9.Lacrimal Gland and Drainage System
10.Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses
11.Histologic Anatomy of the Orbit
Jonathan J. Dutton, MD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Ophthalmology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina