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Oculoplastic and orbital emergencies often provoke great discomfort and anxiety among general ophthalmologists. Such patients arrive at the emergency room at odd and inconvenient hours with disorders sometimes quite different from those that were described over the telephone. The history is often confusing, the examination results are ambiguous, the differential diagnosis is encyclopedic, the need for further studies is uncertain, and the working diagnosis is tenuous.
"... imposes order on the all too often chaotic nature of such emergencies."
Oculoplastic and Orbital Emergencies imposes order on the all too often chaotic nature of such emergencies. This slim hardbound volume contains 16 helpful chapters written by various authors. The discussions outline the practical management of most adnexal emergencies and periorbital fractures. Computed tomographic scans, line drawings, and clinical photographs enhance the text. In addition, 11 chapters include management algorithms, which summarize the decision-making process.
The best chapters of the book discuss the
Khan JA. Oculoplastic and Orbital Emergencies. Arch Ophthalmol. 1990;108(9):1223. doi:10.1001/archopht.1990.01070110039017
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