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Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery

  • James A. Katowitz
  • William R. Katowitz

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. General and Subspecialty Overviews

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Elizabeth Bhoj, Emma Bedoukian, Lama Khatib, Bart Peter Leroy
      Pages 3-16
    3. Lama Khatib, Elizabeth Bhoj, Bart Peter Leroy
      Pages 17-44
    4. Lama Khatib, Darrell L. Cass, N. Scott Adzick
      Pages 45-58
    5. Sarah M. Jacobs, Christopher B. Chambers, Kenneth V. Cahill
      Pages 59-80
    6. Ian Yuan, Scott D. Cook-Sather
      Pages 81-104
    7. David W. Low, Oksana A. Jackson
      Pages 121-143
    8. Adva Buzi, Mark Rizzi
      Pages 169-182
    9. Lloyd Bender, Graham E. Quinn
      Pages 183-191
    10. Brian J. Forbes, Graham E. Quinn
      Pages 193-205
    11. Naomi J. Balamuth, Tamara P. Miller, Karuna Shekdar
      Pages 223-236
    12. Pavle Doroslovački, Grant T. Liu, Robert A. Avery
      Pages 237-245
    13. Peter de Blank, Michael D. Coffey, Michael J. Fisher
      Pages 247-259
    14. Vivian Lee, Tatyana Milman, Ralph C. Eagle Jr
      Pages 261-271
    15. Timothy John Sullivan
      Pages 273-277
    16. Jill A. Foster, Femida Kherani
      Pages 279-290
  3. Eyelids

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 309-309
    2. Karen E. Revere, Jill A. Foster, William R. Katowitz, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 311-358
    3. William R. Katowitz, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 359-409
    4. William R. Katowitz, Christiana Eva Munroe, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 411-444
    5. Lama Khatib, Peter D. Fries, William R. Katowitz
      Pages 445-452
    6. Jordan E. Hollsten, Scott M. Goldstein, Donald A. Hollsten, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 453-466
  4. The Nasolacrimal System

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 467-467
    2. Maryam Nazemzadeh, Yasmin S. Chambers
      Pages 469-477
    3. William R. Katowitz, Maryam Nazemzadeh, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 479-500
    4. William R. Katowitz, Yasmin S. Chambers, Maryam Nazemzadeh
      Pages 501-518
    5. Sarah M. Jacobs, Christopher B. Chambers, William R. Katowitz, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 519-528
    6. Scott M. Goldstein, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 529-539
  5. The Orbit

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 541-541
    2. William R. Katowitz, Peter D. Fries
      Pages 543-549
    3. Larissa T. Bilaniuk, Ann P. Murchison, Jurij R. Bilyk
      Pages 551-621
    4. Scott M. Goldstein, Jill A. Foster, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 623-638
    5. Katherine A. Lane, Melissa A. Lerman, Jurij R. Bilyk
      Pages 639-665
    6. William R. Katowitz, Peter D. Fries, Michael Kazim
      Pages 667-741
    7. William R. Katowitz, Peter D. Fries
      Pages 743-770
    8. Michael Kazim, William R. Katowitz, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 771-799
    9. Karen E. Revere, Brian J. Forbes, William R. Katowitz, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 801-830
    10. Karen E. Revere, James A. Katowitz, Maryam Nazemzadeh, William R. Katowitz
      Pages 831-874
    11. Sanjay Naran, Michael F. Spadola, Phillip B. Storm, Scott P. Bartlett
      Pages 875-912
    12. Femida Kherani, Sonul Mehta, James A. Katowitz
      Pages 913-926
    13. Jordan E. Hollsten, Patrick A. Gerety, Jesse A. Taylor, Donald A. Hollsten
      Pages 927-956
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 957-975

About this book

Introduction

This well-illustrated book presents the latest diagnostic concepts and management techniques in the rapidly expanding subspecialty of pediatric oculofacial plastic surgery. Covering all aspects of the field and taking into account numerous surgical innovations and exciting new medical treatment concepts that have emerged since publication of the previous edition in 2002, Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery, 2nd Edition will prove to be an invaluable resource for both the comprehensive ophthalmologist and the subspecialist with a particular interest in pediatric disorders of the eyelids, orbit, and nasolacrimal system. 


Topics discussed, in addition to clearly illustrated basic oculoplastic procedures, include surgical innovations ranging from the Sonopet system for safer removal of bone in lacrimal surgery to the development of complex image guidance technology for sinus and orbital surgery. Detailed discussion of syndromic and non-syndromic congenital anomalies explore a variety of surgical techniques and the nuances of applying these approaches in the management of various structural abnormalites. Further important advances include new analytic laboratory techniques, which can illuminate the genetic basis of many pediatric oculoplastic disorders, various medical management advances such as the role of beta blockers in the treatment of  facial and orbital hemangiomas, and the development of biologic pathway blockers inhibiting tumor growth which offer real potential for reducing the necessity of surgical intervention. 

Keywords

craniofacial surgery eyelid abnormalities orbital disorders pediatric surgery tumors

Editors and affiliations

  • James A. Katowitz
    • 1
  • William R. Katowitz
    • 2
  1. 1.Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology and Director of Oculoplastic and Orbital SurgeryThe Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and The Edwin and Fannie Gray Hall Center for Human Appearance, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania PhiladelphiaUSA
  2. 2.Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Director of the Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery Fellowship ProgramThe Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and The Edwin and Fannie Gray Hall Center for Human Appearance, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60814-3
  • Copyright Information Springer International Publishing AG 2018
  • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
  • eBook Packages Medicine
  • Print ISBN 978-3-319-60812-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-319-60814-3
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