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Techniques of anophthalmic cosmesis selected papers and discussion from the seventeenth annual meeting of the American Society of Ocularists, Dallas, Taxas by American Society of Ocularists.

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Published by Symposia Specialists, [distributed by] Stratton Intercontinental Medical Book Corp. in Miami, Fla, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Eyes, Artificial -- Congresses.,
  • Eye-sockets -- Abnormalities -- Congresses.,
  • Eyelids -- Diseases -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Pierre Guibor, Marsha Guibor.
ContributionsGuibor, Pierre., Guibor, Marsha.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRE986 .A44 1976
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 232 p. :
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5188570M
ISBN 100883720299
LC Control Number75008433
OCLC/WorldCa2305016

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Anophthalmic Socket. There are a few occasions where it becomes necessary to remove all or part of a patient’s eyeball and/or eye socket. While this surgery is used as a last resort, reasons to have all or part of the eye or eye socket removed or modified include: The three main surgical techniques for partial or complete eye removal are. Techniques of anophthalmic cosmesis: selected papers and discussion from the seventeenth annual meeting of the American Society of Ocularists, Dallas, Texas New York: Stratton Intercontinental Medical Book Corp., c Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Stratton Intercontinental Medical Book Corp., c Advances in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: The Anophthalmic Socket by Stephen Bosniak (Author), Byron C. Smith (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. An anophthalmic socket can be classified into five categories de - pending on the degree of contraction of the conjunctiva and orbital tissues(5,7). It is very important to differentiate the grade of contraction for the anophthalmic cavity to select the best treatment as follows: 1) Grade 1: there is no contraction of the tissues in the cavity and.

A Pictorial Anatomy of the Human Eye/Anophthalmic Socket: A Review for Ocularists INTRODUCTION AND RATIONALE Understanding the basic anatomy of the human eye is a requirement for all health care providers, but it is even more significant to eye care practition-ers, including ocularists. The type of eye anatomy that ocularists know, how-File Size: 1MB.   The Anophthalmic Socket. Anophthalmic patients present a unique challenge. Although there is no eye, these patients are susceptible to adnexal infections, allergy and inflammation. Also, the anophthalmic patient is predisposed to eyelid positioning abnormalities, so a poorly fit prosthesis can cause discomfort and compromise cosmesis. Techniques of Anophthalmic Cosmesis. Edited by P. GuIBOR and M. GuIBOR. I Pp. , figs, refs. Stratton, NewYork(Noprice given) This is one of the first textbooks to be almost totally confined to the techniques of an ophthalmic prosthesis. Ofespecial interest will be those techniques described in congenital anophthalmia andthe modifications Cited by: 1.   Anophthalmic socket • Indications: • Pain • Cosmesis • Save the other eye • Save life 5. Anophthalmic socket • Psychologically distressing • However, single eyed patient often live a normal life (With exceptions to those who need stereopsis and wide VF) • Need to safeguard the other eye using polycarbonate glasses. 6.