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By Gottfried O.H. Naumann, L. Holbach, F.E. Kruse

Written and edited through the world-famous professional G.O.H. Naumann, this textbook delves into the main points of ocular buildings resembling the nuances of morphology, surgical anatomy and pathology. The textual content covers distinct good points of intraocular surgical procedure in closed procedure and open eye contexts. It is going directly to conceal an important facets of restoring the anterior chamber. Then it delineates the spectrum of power problems in (pseudo-) exfoliation-syndromes in addition to the main susceptible phone populations. Readers also are taken care of to the positive factors of standard and pathologic wound therapeutic after non-mechanical laser and mechanical innovations. superb art and sketches illustrate the advanced pathology.

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Successful surgical management depends on the appropriate correction of the underlying anatomical defects. The most common principles of surgical repair include everting sutures, transverse lid split, retractor plication and horizontal shortening. Horizontal shortening is probably the most important factor in the surgical management of involutional lower lid entropion to prevent late recurrences. Involutional Lower Lid Entropion 1. ) b) Transverse full thickness lid split and everting sutures (Wies procedure) 2.

Morphology of uveal and retinal edemas in acute and persisting hypotony. M. Holbach The eyelids, lacrimal system, orbit and conjunctiva play an important role in the protection and function of the eyes. Many diseases altering the structure or function of the eyelids, conjunctiva, lacrimal system and/or orbit threaten vision. M. M. 1 Surgical Anatomy The anterior eyelid lamella includes the skin and orbicularis muscle (Fig. 1). The eyelid skin is the thinnest in the body measuring less than 1 mm in thickness.

These channels of current interdisciplinary “high risk research” will lead to investigations which will also include and fascinate the ophthalmic microsurgeon and the pathologist. Our current state of knowledge does not allow us to speculate on how these paths will develop in the future. “Robotic surgery – squeezing into tight places” – making microsurgery “go digital,” may also have great potential for the future. Currently it is good for extirpation but not for reconstruction (Berlinger 2006).

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