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    Shantha Amrith, Gangadhara Sundar, Stephanie Ming Young, editors.
    Summary: This comprehensive book focuses on eyelid, lacrimal and orbital lesions, covering a wide variety of common and rare diseases and correlating their clinical, radiological and pathological aspects. It presents a large number of illustrative cases, with a discussion of the clinical history, examination, the imaging and pathology findings , differential diagnosis and management along with a take home message for each. Further, it offers clear guidance on the diagnosis and management of orbital and adnexal lesions. This book is a valuable learning tool for residents and trainee fellows in ophthalmology, as well as for trainees in radiology and pathology. It is also relevant to young ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeons, practicing ophthalmologists, radiologists, and pathologists.

    Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Editors; Contributors; Abbreviations; Part I: Basic Anatomy, Imaging and Pathology;
    1: Anatomy; Eyelids; Lacrimal Drainage System; Orbit; Further Reading;
    2: Imaging: Computerised Tomography; Introduction; Indications of CT Scan; Contraindications for CT Scan; Advantages of CT Scan; Disadvantages of CT Scan; Conclusion; Further Reading;
    3: Imaging: Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Basic MRI Physics; Common Sequences Used in MRI of the Orbits and the Visual Pathway; Planes of Acquisition; T1-weighted (T1w); T2-weighted (T2w) Diffusion-Weighted Imaging (DWI)Three-Dimensional (3D) Steady-State Free Precession (SSFP) Sequences; Fluid Attenuation Inversion Recovery (FLAIR); Fat-Suppressed Sequences; Contrast-Enhanced Sequences; MR Angiography (MRA); Indications for MRI of the Orbits; Contraindications and Disadvantages of MRI; Summary; Further Reading;
    4: Pathology: Principles of Basic Histopathology; Introduction; Types of Biopsy Specimens; Cytology: Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) of Ocular Adnexal Masses; Histology; Types of Biopsies; Small Biopsies; Excision Biopsies; Frozen Sections; Fixation; Ancillary Tests Turnaround TimeImportant Information to Provide; Further Reading; Part II: Structural Lesions;
    5: Dermoid; Introduction; Periorbital Dermoid; Case 1; Differential Diagnosis; Imaging; Intervention; Orbital Dermoid; Case 2; Differential Diagnosis; Imaging; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Role of Imaging; Treatment; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    6: Fibro-osseous Lesions: Fibrous Dysplasia; Introduction; Case Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Learning Points; Further Reading; Part III: Infections;
    7: Orbital Cellulitis: Bacterial IntroductionCase Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    8: Orbital Cellulitis: Invasive Fungal; Introduction; Case
    1: Mucormycosis; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Management; Histopathology; Case 2; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Intervention; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Learning Points; Further Reading; Part IV: Inflammations;
    9: Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (GPA); Introduction; Case Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Investigations; Radiology; Intervention; Histopathology; Management DiscussionManagement; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    10: Thyroid Eye Disease; Introduction; Case Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Other Investigations; Radiology; MRI of the Orbits; Intervention; Histopathology; Management; Discussion; Pathophysiology; Management; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    11: IgG4-Related Ophthalmic Disease; Introduction; Clinical Scenarios; Case
    1: Eyelid; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Intervention; Case
    2: Lacrimal Gland; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Investigations; Intervention; Histopathology; Management; Discussion; Learning Points
    Digital Access Springer 2019