Publication Year: 2015
In these updated and revised third editions, world-renowned authorities at the Wills Eye Hospital provide outstanding guidance on recognition, evaluation, and treatment of ocular tumors, highlighted by more than 5,500 stunning photographs and surgical drawings.
This unsurpassed, two-volume ocular oncology resource is a comprehensive guide to the clinical features, diagnosis, management, and pathology of eyelid, conjunctival, and orbital tumors, as well as intraocular tumors and pseudotumors, depicting clinical variations, histopathologic characteristics, and treatment of the wide spectrum of benign and malignant lesions that affect the uveal tract, retina, and other intraocular structures.
Now brought thoroughly up-to-date with recent clinical and scientific innovations, this unique two-volume package has been greatly expanded with over 25% new material, and offers more high-quality images than any other text/atlas in the field.
- Presents each entity in an easy-to-follow format: a concise description with references on the left-hand page and six illustrations on the right-hand page.
- Depicts in precise photographic detail the gross and microscopic features that distinguish each condition, while professional drawings and intraoperative photographs demonstrate key surgical principles and procedures.
- Features numerous new references regarding diagnosis and treatment, as well as new scientific tables containing key information and tumor classification for your clinical practice.
- Features 25% new images, including panoramic images, surgical images, diagnostic testing images from multiple modalities, such as high resolution MRI and CT, and updated OCT images with numerous enhanced depth imaging OCT (EDI-OCT).
- Covers new information on evolving conditions such as appropriated treatments for uveal melanoma, cutting edge approach to retinoblastoma, and new therapies for ocular metastases.
- Other newly-descrived conditions are also explored: IgG4 orbital inflammatory disease; solitary fibrous tumor of the orbit; lymphoid proliferations of the orbit, conjunctiva, and globe; new methods of nonsurgical therapy, such as topical chemotherapy, intravenous chemotherapy, and immunotherapy and biological therapy with Rituxan for lymphoma; and new information on genetics of uveal melanoma, the implications of genetics, and treatment outcomes.
Shields: Intraocular Tumors, 3rd Edition & Eyelid, Conjunctival, and Orbital Tumors, 3rd Edition Book Package: