Table of Contents

Applied anatomy of the orbit and orbital adnexa.
Basic genetics and hereditary syndromes.
Clinical evaluation and disease patterns.
Laboratory serologic investigations.
Imaging modalities.
Orbital developmental disorders.
Eyelid developmental disorders.
Developmental disorders of the lacrimal drainage system.
Infections of the orbit and ocular adnexa.
Noninfectious orbital inflammation.
Thyroid eye disease.
Eyelid dermatitis and other dermatologic conditions.
Basic concepts in neoplasia.
Lymphoproliferative disorders.
Orbital bone tumors.
Lacrimal gland tumors.
Optic nerve and peripheral nerve sheath tumors.
Fat, fibrous, muscle, and other mesenchymal tumors of the orbit.
Lacrimal outflow tract tumors.
Metastatic and secondary orbital tumors.
Benign and premalignant tumors of the eyelid.
Malignant tumors of the eyelid.
Vascular malformations.
Infantile hemangiomas and other vascular neoplasms.
Vascular fistulae and orbital implications.
Orbital structural disorders.
Upper eyelid ptosis and retraction.
Lower eyelid and eyelash malpositions.
Disorders of the lacrimal system.
Facial nerve palsy.
Blepharospasm and other facial spastic disorders.
Neurotoxins and their applications.
Orbital trauma.
Eyelid and lacrimal trauma.
The anophthalmic socket and complications.
The aging face Drawing from the knowledge and expertise of more than 70 contributing international experts, Diseases and Disorders of the Orbit and Ocular Adnexa thoroughly covers the state of the art in orbital and periocular disease from the perspective of a variety of specialties. Clearly written and profusely illustrated, it covers the clinical presentation, pathophysiology, natural history, and management alternatives of disease processes affecting the orbit, eyelids, lacrimal system, and upper face. With a singular focus on the diagnosis and management of orbital and ocular adnexal disease, this authoritative text gives you the information you need to excel both in practice and on exams in the specialty of ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery.