By Jonathan Dutton MD PhD
Unlike different books of its sort, the recent Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery deals unique, step by step directions from preliminary pores and skin marking and lower to ultimate closure for greater than ninety usually played oculoplastic, lacrimal, and orbital surgical procedures. each one step additionally features a matching representation inverted to deal with the surgeon’s real place throughout the surgery.
In addition to transparent guide, the textual content for every surgical procedure covers preoperative assessment discussions, postoperative care directions, and the way to prevent and deal with capability complications.
• greater than 1,000 designated colour illustrations
• textual content and matching representation are offered side-by-side for simple reference
• Key issues aid reader plan the main applicable operation and reduce complications
• Surgeons can keep on with every one step and practice the method no matter if they aren’t accustomed to it.
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5 FIG. 3 FIG. 6 51 13 Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty with Fat Excision INDICATIONS: Redundant lower eyelid skin with herniation o extraconal orbital at pockets. FIG. 1. Mark the incision line 2 to 3 mm below the lid margin, beginning 1 mm temporal to the inferior punctum and extending to 2 mm beyond the lateral canthal angle. Continue the line laterally and downward in a preexisting laugh crease or a distance o 10 to 15 mm, depending upon the amount o skin to be excised. 0 mLo local anesthetic subcutaneously.
3 FIG. 2 FIG. 4 27 4 Chalazion Incision and Drainage, Transconjunctival Approach INDICATIONS: Acute internal hordeolum or chronic chalazion pointing on the conjunctival sur ace. FIG. 1. Tighten a chalazion clamp over the eyelid margin with the open plate centered over the pointing lesion on the conjunctival surface. Evert the eyelid to expose the lesion. FIG. 2. Make a vertical incision through the conjunctiva and the posterior tarsal abscess wall. If possible, the incision should not extend closer than 2 to 3 mm to the eyelid margin.
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