oculoplastics

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oculoplastics

(ŏk″ū-lō-plăs′tĭks)
Plastic surgery of the eyelids and other periorbital tissues, performed to treat ectropion, exophthalmos, ptosis, trauma, or other conditions.
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Radiologists, pediatricians, internists, oculoplastic surgeons, and physical medicine/rehabilitation doctors were each named as defendants in 4% of the cases, respectively.
Despite satisfactory results reported with several alternative techniques such as nasolacrimal duct intubation, endoscopic or non-endoscopic endonasal DCR, [3] and endonasal or transcanalicular laser DCR, external DCR remains the method of choice for most oculoplastic surgeons.
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Waldrop, a medical illustrator, present 98 ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive operations commonly performed by oculoplastic surgeons in the areas of eyelid, lacrimal system, and orbital surgery, with step-by-step instructions; matching illustrations (shown from the view of the operating surgeon); an overview of surgical anatomy and pathologic etiology and techniques of preoperative evaluation; and indications, postoperative care, and avoiding and managing complications.
As one of the premiere oculoplastic surgeons in the country, Dr.
There are also specialty ophthalmologists, such as retinal specialists who correct retinal detachments and perform laser treatment for wet macular degeneration; neuro-ophthalmologists who take care of people with strokes in their eyes and other neurologically related eye diseases; oculoplastic surgeons who treat cosmetic and age-related lid disorders as well as tear drainage problems; and pediatric ophthalmologists, who specialize in treating children.
With superb colour surgical photographs and illustrations, Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery is essential reading for ophthalmologists, oculoplastic surgeons, neuro-ophthalmologists and plastic surgeons.
of California-Davis Medical Center) supply a resource for facial plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, and otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons, as well as residents and fellows, that identifies complications that can arise in facial plastic surgery.
These specialty physicians include dermatologists, plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, ophthalmologists and maxilofacial surgeons.