Table of Contents

Ch. 1. BETT: the terminology of ocular trauma.
Ch. 2. Classification of ocular trauma.
Ch. 3. The OTS: predicting the final vision of the injured eye.
Ch. 4. Eye injury epidemiology and prevention of ophthalmic injuries.
Ch. 5. Counseling the patient and the family.
Ch. 6. Rehabilitation of patients with ocular trauma.
Ch. 7. Medicolegal issues.
Ch. 8. Designing the management strategy.
Ch. 9. Evaluation.
Ch. 10. Management of patients with polytrauma.
Ch. 11. Chemical injuries: emergency intervention.
Ch. 12. Nonglobe injuries: emergency (Room) management.
Ch. 13. Conjunctiva.
Ch. 14. Cornea.
Ch. 15. Scleral and corneoscleral injuries.
Ch. 16. Extrabulbar tissue prolapse.
Ch. 17. Anterior chamber.
Ch. 18. Iris.
Ch. 19. Ciliary body.
Ch. 20. Glaucoma.
Ch. 21. Lens.
Ch. 22. Choroid.
Ch. 23. Vitreous and retina.
Ch. 24. Intraocular foreign bodies.
Ch. 25. Severe combined anterior and posterior segment trauma.
Ch. 26. Management of eyes with perforating. injury.
Ch. 27. Injury to the postsurgical eye.
Ch. 28. Endophthalmitis.
Ch. 29. Sympathetic ophthalmia.
Ch. 30. Unique aspects of trauma in children.
Ch. 31. Evisceration and enucleation.
Ch. 32. Chemical injuries: clinical course and management.
Ch. 33. Ocular manifestations of nonophthalmic conditions.
Ch. 34. Photic and electrical trauma.
Ch. 35. Eyelid and lacrimal system trauma.
Ch. 36. Orbital trauma.
Ch. 37. Optic nerve and visual pathway.
Ch. 38. Ocular motor system.