Atlas of Lacrimal Surgery
To dry people’s eyes – that’s one of the great challeng- patients’ eyes. The accompanying DVD contains es in lacrimal surgery. Different localizations of the video clips of different operations highlighting key stenosis, lesions after tumor surgery or trauma, and portions of these procedures. epiphora in children or adults are different conditions I would like to express my gratitude to Springer, that need various operative procedures to treat a especially to Ms. Marion Philipp and Ms. Martina patient individually and successfully. Himberger, and would also like to thank Alan Bell- The close relationship between the eyes and nose inger for reading and improving the manuscript. demands an interdisciplinary approach to lacrimal Additionally, I owe many thanks to my editorial c- surger y. Therefore, ophthalmologists, otorhinolar yngo- leagues, who did a great job working together on this logists as well as plastic surgeons are invited to con- book and to the authors who prepared excellent ar- tribute in solving a patient’s problem. cles. This book is intended to serve as a practically ori- Finally, I wish all readers much pleasure while ented reference. In the first part, it contains chapters working through the chapters and hope that it helps on pertinent surgical anatomy, physiology and patho- them reach the goal of satisfied patients with dry physiology as well as basic clinical and radiological eyes.
This is the first book which covers all actual available methods to manage pre-, intra- and postsaccal stenosis with an interdisciplinary approachHighly structured and reader-friendly formatWith this excellent work the reader will be able to solve any problems which may occur with the reconstruction of a disturbed or damaged lacrimal systemOtorhinolaryngologists, ophthalmologists as well as plastic surgeons and radiologists will benefit from this useful guide