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Ophthalmic Oncology explores the unique aspects of oncologic ophthalmology as a medical and surgical discipline practiced at a comprehensive cancer center. Multi-disciplinary management of ocular, orbital, and adnexal cancers is highlighted using simple and tried-and-true algorithms. In addition, ocular problems caused as a direct result of cancer treatment are reviewed using illustrative photographs and case presentations.
The content is provided by full-time ophthalmology faculty and fellows at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Experts in complementary disciplines such as ophthalmic pathology, dermatopathology, radiation oncology, radiology, and other surgical subspecialties, bring a novel perspective to each chapter. Clinical photographs and case presentations help clinicians, practicing general ophthalmologists, orbital and oculoplastics specialists, medical and surgical oncologists, and ophthalmology residents and fellows to correctly diagnose cancers of the orbit, eye, and adnexal structures, initiate appropriate management, as well as recognize and treat common ocular complications of cancer therapy.
Features of Springer Ophthalmic Oncology.
- This book highlights the unique aspects of oncologic ophthalmology as a medical and surgical discipline practiced at a comprehensive cancer center
- Multi-disciplinary management of ocular, orbital, and adnexal cancers are highlighted using simple and tried-and-true algorithms
- In addition, ocular problems caused as a direct result of cancer treatment are reviewed using illustrative photographs and case presentations
Table Of Content.
- Primary Orbital Cancers in Adults.
- Nonmalignant Tumors of the Orbit.
- Pediatric Orbital Tumors.
- Multidisciplinary Management of Orbital Rhabdomyosarcoma.
- Metastatic Orbital Tumors.
- Secondary Orbital Tumors Extending from Ocular or Periorbital Structures.
- Lacrimal Gland Tumors.
- Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration in Cancer Patients: Indications and Surgical Technique.
- Management of Primary Eyelid Cancers.
- Management of Conjunctival Neoplasms.
- Surgical Specimen Handling for Conjunctival and Eyelid Tumors.
- Neuroradiology of Ocular and Orbital Tumors.
- Radiation Therapy for Orbital and Adnexal Tumors.
- Multidisciplinary Management of Retinoblastoma: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Future Direction.
- Management of Uveal Melanoma.
- Uveal Metastases from Solid Tumors.
- Vascular Tumors of the Posterior Pole.
- Reconstructive Surgery for Eyelid Defects.
- Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction and Lacrimal Surgery in Cancer Patients.
- Eyelid Malposition: Unique Scenarios in Cancer Patients.
- Craniofacial Surgery in the Orbit and Periorbital Region.
- Enucleation, Evisceration, Orbital Implants, and Management of the Irradiated Socket.
- Orbital Exenteration and Rehabilitation of the Exenterated Socket.
- Periorbital Surgical Rehabilitation After Facial Nerve Paralysis.
- Psychosocial Aspects of Orbitofacial Disfigurement in Cancer Patients.
- Lacrimal and Canalicular Toxicity.
- Orbital and Periorbital Side Effects of Chemotherapy.
- Ocular and Orbital Infections in the Immunocompromised Cancer Patient.
- Cranial Nerve III, IV, and VI Palsies in the Cancer Patient.
- Skull Base Tumors.
- Optic Nerve Pathway Gliomas and Optic Nerve Meningiomas.
- Leptomeningeal Disease.
- Paraneoplastic Visual Syndromes.
- Neurofibromatosis: Tumors of the Optic Pathway.
- Other Optic Nerve Maladies in Cancer Patients.
- Management of Endogenous Endophthalmitis.
- Viral Retinitis in the Cancer Patient.
- Diagnostic Vitrectomy and the Cancer Patient: Special Considerations.
- Intraocular Lymphoma: Current Therapy and Future Trends.
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