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.
Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery
Table of Contents
Part One General and Subspecialty OverviewsChapter 1 Genetic Considerations in Oculoplastic Disorders Elizabeth Bhoj, Emma Bedoukian, Lama Khatib, and Bart Peter LeroyChapter 2 Embryology and Anatomy of the Developing Face Lama Khatib, Elizabeth Bhoj and Bart Peter LeroyChapter 3 Updates in Fetal Wound Healing and Scar Prevention Lama Khatib, Darrell L. Cass, and N. Scott AdzickChapter 4 Basic Principles, Techniques, and Instruments Sarah M. Jacobs, Christopher B. Chambers and Kenneth V. CahillChapter 5 Anesthetic Management for Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery Ian Yuan and Scott D. Cook-SatherChapter 6 Pediatric Dermatology and the Oculoplastic Patient Albert C. YanChapter 7 Plastic Surgical Considerations in Pediatric Dermatologic Abnormalities David W. Low and Oksana A. JacksonChapter 8 Advanced Plastic Surgical Techniques: Facial Prosthetic Considerations, Periorbital Free Flaps, Reanimation and Corneal Sensory Restoration Oksana A. Jackson, David W. Low, Phuong D. Nguyen, and Kenneth KentChapter 9 Pediatric Otolaryngologic Considerations Adva Buzi and Mark D. RizziChapter 10 Evaluation of Vision and Motility in Children Lloyd Bender and Graham E. QuinnChapter 11 Pediatric Extraocular Muscle Surgery and Oculoplastic Disorders Brian J. Forbes and Graham E. QuinnChapter 12 Pediatric Conjunctival and Intraocular Malignancies Peter D. FriesChapter 13 Oncologic Management for Liquid and Solid Tumors in Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery Naomi J. Balamuth, Tamara P. Miller, and Karuna ShekdarChapter 14 Neuro-ophthalmic Considerations in Pediatric Orbital and Oculoplastic Disease Pavle Doroslovacki, Grant T. Liu, and Robert A. AveryChapter 15 Neuro-Oncologic Considerations in Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery Peter de Blank, Michael D. Coffey, and Michael J. FisherChapter 16 Molecular Pathology of Pediatric Oculoplastic Disorders Vivian Lee, Tatyana Milman, and Ralph C. Eagle, Jr.Chapter 17 Genomic Applications for Pediatric Orbital Tumors Timothy John SullivanChapter 18 Aesthetic Considerations in Pediatric Oculoplastic Surgery Jill A. Foster and Femida KheraniChapter 19 Psychosocial Issues in Pediatric Oculoplastic Conditions Leanne MageeChapter 20 Clinical Research Strategies in Oculoplastic Surgery Gil Binenbaum
Part Two EyelidsChapter 21 Developmental Eyelid Abnormalities Karen E. Revere, Jill A. Foster, William R. Katowitz, and James A. KatowitzChapter 22 Pediatric Ptosis William R. Katowitz and James A. KatowitzChapter 23 Benign Pediatric Eyelid Tumors William R. Katowi