Diseases of the orbit : a multidisciplinary approach by Jack Rootman MD FRCS(C) Diplomate AA

By Jack Rootman MD FRCS(C) Diplomate AA

This moment variation textual content specializes in a case-based studying technique that includes decision-making info awarded in algorithmic layout. Sections lined are the anatomy of the orbit, pathophysiologic and anatomic ideas in classifying, diagnosing and investigating orbital affliction, ailments of the orbit, and the administration of these illnesses. New themes contain orbital ultrasound, gamma scanning, magnetic resonance imaging, occurrence of lesions by way of position, administration of advanced vascular lesions, granulomatous inflammations of the orbit, and orbital atrophy. A conceptual version is gifted and a brand new class scheme discussed.

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Reproduced with permission from Rootman J. The clinical evaluation and pathology of tumors of the eye, orbit and lacrimal apparatus. In: Thawley SE, ed. Comprehensive Management of Head and Neck Tumors. Vol 2. 43 Chapter 3 Pathophysiologic Patterns of Orbital Disease Five processes can occur, either independently or in combination, within and around the orbit: inflammations, neoplasia, structural abnormalities (acquired and congenital), vascular lesions, and degeneration and depositions. The processes are not mutually exclusive and may occur in concert, but for the most part in our experience one process is the dominant underlying pathophysiology of presentation.

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