Lacrimal or tearing disorders are among the most common conditions encountered by ophthalmologists. The close relationship between the eyes and the nose demand an interdisciplinary approach to nasolacrimal disorders.
This book is a step by step guide to the surgical management of lacrimal disorders. Beginning with an introduction to lacrimal surgery, anatomy and physiology of the lacrimal system, and patient evaluation, the following chapters describe surgical procedures for different disorders.
This practical guide is highly illustrated with more than 200 images and diagrams to enhance learning.
Step by step guide to lacrimal drainage surgeryDetailed explanations of anatomy and physiology of nasolacrimal systemPresented with an interdisciplinary approachIncludes more than 200 images and illustrations
Suresh D Isloor DO DLO FIAMS Eye and ENT Surgeon, Sahyadri Hospital, Shimoga, Karnataka, India
Milestones in Lacrimal Drainage Surgery Surgical Anatomy of the Lacrimal Excretory System and Lateral Wall of the Nose Physiology of the Lacrimal System Symptoms and Evaluation of Tearing Patient Imaging in Lacrimal Drainage System Evaluation and Management of Congenital Dacryostenosis External, Conventional or Percutaneous Dacryocystorhinostomy Endoscopic Endonasal Approach to the Lower Lacrimal Drainage System Combined Transcanalicular Endonasal Diode Laser Dacryocystorhinostomy Conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy Centurion Syndrome and its Management Smart Lacrimal Probe Diode Laser Machines Used in Transcanalicular Laser DCR Instruments Used in External, Endonasal, Laser DCR Endonasal Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy Minimal Invasive Lacrimal Surgeries: Balloon Dacryoplasty Amniotocele and Fistula, Dacryocystitis and Tumors (Neoplastic)