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    Jeffrey A. Nerad.
    Front Cover -- Techniques in Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery -- Copyright Page -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Video Contents -- 1 The Art of Surgical Technique -- Videos -- Introduction -- Preparation for the Operation -- Firm Plan With Contingencies -- Room Setup -- Equipment Setup -- Skin Marking and Local Anesthesia -- Preparing and Draping The Patient -- Instruments -- Cutting the Skin -- Hand Position -- Scalpel Blades -- Other Cutting Tools -- Placement of Skin Incisions -- Anxiety and Tremor -- Cutting Tissue with Scissors -- How do scissors cut? -- Types Of Scissors Scissors Length -- Scissors Caliber -- Scissors Tips -- Scissors Blade Design -- Scissors Cutting Motion -- Cutting With Scissors (You Learned this as a Child) -- Retraction and Exposure -- Fingers As Retractors -- Skin Hooks -- Forceps -- Dissection Technique -- Retractors -- Hemostasis -- Preoperative Considerations -- Tamponade -- Cautery -- Bipolar Cautery -- Unipolar Cautery -- Bone Wax -- Drugs -- Drains -- Suction -- Suturing -- Types Of Suture Material -- Types Of Needles -- Needle HolDers -- Suturing Technique -- Passing the Needle -- Superficial and Deep Sutures -- Tying the Suture The Surgical Assistant -- Suggested Reading -- 2 Clinical Anatomy -- VIDEO -- Introduction -- Periocular Anatomy -- Skin Creases And Folds -- Eyebrows -- Eyelids -- Orbital Bones -- Orbital Rim -- Bones of the Orbital Rim -- Tripod fracture -- Orbital Walls -- Boundaries of the Walls -- Blowout Fracture -- Bones of the Orbital Walls -- Fissures, Foramina, Grooves, and Canals -- Periorbita -- Muscles That Close the Eyes -- Orbicularis Muscle -- Corrugator And Procerus Muscles -- Underactive Muscles: Facial Nerve Palsy Overactive Muscles: Orbicularis Myokymia, Facial Tics, Essential Blepharospasm, And Hemifacial Spasm -- Canthal Tendons -- Lateral Canthal Tendon -- Slope of the Eyelid -- Lower Eyelid Laxity: The Cause of Ectropion -- Lateral Tarsal Strip Operation -- Lateral Canthal Dystopia -- Medial Canthal Tendon -- Medial Canthal Tendon Laxity -- Telecanthus -- Muscles That Open the Eyes -- Levator Muscle -- Whitnall's Ligament -- Horns of the Levator Aponeurosis -- Müller's Muscle -- Ptosis Of The Upper Eyelid -- Frontalis Muscle -- Lower Eyelid Retractors -- Involutional Entropion -- Horner Syndrome Preaponeurotic Fat and the Orbital Septum -- Preaponeurotic Fat -- Orbital Septum -- Conjunctiva -- Bulbar, Palpebral, And Fornix Conjunctiva -- Diseases Of The Conjunctiva -- Anterior And Posterior Lamellae Of The Eyelid -- Lacrimal System -- Tear Film -- Lacrimal Gland -- Lacrimal Drainage System -- Puncta -- Canaliculi -- Lacrimal Sac -- Nasolacrimal Duct -- Lacrimal Pump -- Nasal Anatomy -- Anatomy of the Paranasal Sinuses -- Ethmoid Sinus -- Frontal Sinus -- Maxillary Sinus -- Sphenoid Sinus -- Innervation to the Periocular Area -- Sensory Innervation
    Digital Access  ClinicalKey 2021