Ocular Surface Disease: Medical and Surgical Management by Mark J. MannisOcular Surface Disease: Medical and Surgical Management by Mark J. Mannis

Ocular Surface Disease: Medical and Surgical Management

EditorMark J. Mannis, Edward J. Holland

Paperback | December 16, 2011

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Ocular Surface Disease: Medical and Surgical Management is the only comprehensive and definitive text on the medical and surgical management of the diseases of the ocular surface. The editors are world-renowned corneal specialists who have recruited leaders in the field of ocular surface disease to contribute chapters. Clear diagnostic and therapeutic classifications and surgical techniques are included. For the practicing ophthalmologist, both corneal specialist and general ophthalmologist, this is the authoritative text on the medical and surgical management of ocular surface disorders.
Dr. Mark J. Mannis Dr. Edward J. Holland Dr. W. Barry Lee
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Title:Ocular Surface Disease: Medical and Surgical ManagementFormat:PaperbackDimensions:297 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:December 16, 2011Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1441928936

ISBN - 13:9781441928931

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction. 1. Ocular Surface Anatomy and Physiology. 2. Classification of Ocular Surface Disease.- 3. Historical Concepts of Limbal Stem Cell Origin and Theory. II. Diseases of the Ocular Surface. 4. Blepharitis: Lid Margin Disease Classification.- 5. Blepharitis: Treatment Strategies.- 6. Dry Eye Disease.- 7. Treatment Modalities of Dry Eye Disease.- 8. Epithelial Adhesion Disorders.- 9. Pterygium: Historical Concepts and Origin.- 10. Pterygium Excision Techniques. 11. Limbal Stem Cell Disease.- III. Diseases of the Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency.- 12. Classification of Limbal Stem Diseases.- 13. Congenital Stem Cell Deficiency.- 14. Chemical and Thermal Injuries of the Ocular Surface.- 15. Inflammatory and Autoimmune Diseases Causing Stem Cell Deficiency.- 16.  Iatrogenic Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency.- IV. Management of Ocular Surface Diseases.- 17. Surface Stabilization with Medical Therapies.- 18. Surface Stabilization with Minor Surgical Techniques.- 19. Preoperative Staging of Disease Severity. 20. The Classification of Ocular Surface Transplantation.- 21. Sequential Sectoral Conjunctival Epitheliectomy.- 22. Conjunctival Autograft.- 23. Conjunctival Limbal Autograft.- 24. Living-Related Conjunctival Limbal Allograft.- 25. Keratolimbal Allograft: Tissue Procurement and Eye Banking Concepts.- 26. Keratolimbal Allograft: Harvesting Strategies and Surgical Techniques.- 27. Indications for Amniotic Membrane Transplantation.- 28. Techniques of Amniotic Membrane Transplantation.- 29. Fibrin Glue in Ocular Surface Strategy.- 30. Origin and Theory of Ex Vivo Stem Cell Expansion.- 31. Techniques of Ex Vivo Stem Cell Expansion.- 32. Immunosuppressive Treatment Modalities in Stem Cell Transplantation.- 33. Lamellar Keratoplasty in Ocular Surface Disease.- 34. Penetrating Keratoplasty in Ocular Surface Disease.- 35. Rejection in Stem Cell Transplantation: Origins and Treatment Strategies.- 36. Prosthokeratoplasty Techniques in Ocular Surface Disease.- 37. Treatment Paradigms for Severe Ocular Surface Disease Management.

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Reviews of the first edition:"This is a timely book on the newest frontier of corneal-external eye disease: the collective emergence of ocular surface disorders as cumulative, critical causes of treatable blinding conditions¿ All the essentials are there: dry eye, blepharitis, dystrophies, etc. but there is no "fluff". The diagrams are a delight¿ But, if there is one "best" part of this book, it is the section(s) on stem cell deficiencies, their causes, and treatment. Currently there is nowhere else to go in the textbook arena to find this import information¿ In that sense, it is truly a "must for every shelf." -Cornea"This is a timely book on the newest frontier of corneal-external eye disease . . the authors have produced and polished the gem of written clarity. . The diagrams are a delight. . Currently there is nowhere else to go in the textbook arena to find this important information. And, the authors have produced in one place, all we currently know. In that sense, it is truly a 'must for every shelf'. . a new classic just may have been born." (H. Dwight Cavanagh, Cornea, Vol. 21 (6), 2002)"In recent years, we have seen the development of new surgical strategies for the treatment of chronic ocular surface disease . . This book gives clear diagnostic criteria for these conditions and describes the surgical techniques to treat them. . The book is recommended for the cornea specialist as well as the general ophthalmologist treating these chronic and often difficult conditions." (Holger Baatz, Ophthalmologica, Vol. 217 (1), 2003)"The editors and contributors are leading authorities, and attempt to provide an overview of our current understanding of the cells that replenish the ocular surface . . They describe the latest techniques being explored in the surgical management of ocular surface disorders, endeavouring to stimulate new ideas for the future. For the general ophthalmologist . this book offers an excellent up-to-date single-source of the latest developments in this area of anterior segment surgery . ." (Saaeha Rauz, Eye News, Vol. 9 (4), 2003)