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1. Embryology of the Lacrimal Drainage System
2. The Lacrimal Drainage Anatomy
3. Ultrastructural Anatomy of Normal Lacrimal Drainage System
4. Nasal Endoscopic Setup
5. Evaluation of Epiphora
6. Normal Endoscopic Anatomy
7. Nasal Anatomy Using Realistic Anatomical Models
8. Normal Dacryoendoscopy
9. Normal Lacrimal Optical Coherence Tomography
10. Digital Subtraction Dacryocystography
11. Dacryoscintigraphy
12. Computed Tomography Dacryocystography (CT-DCG)
13. Continuously Variable Endoscopy
14. Three-Dimensional (3D) Endoscopy
15. Microbiological Techniques
16. Common Endoscopic Pathologies
17. Dacryoendoscopy and Lacrimal Pathologies
18. CT Scans in Lacrimal Pathologies
19. Lacrimal Pathologies and Optical Coherence Tomography
20. Punctal Agenesis
21. Supernumerary Puncta
22. Incomplete Punctal Canalization
23. Etiopathogenesis of Punctal Stenosis
24. Punctal Stenosis and Punctoplasty
25. Punctal Keratinizing Cyst
26. Peri-Punctal Disorders
27. Canalicular Wall Dysgenesis
28. Lacrimal Fistula
29. Simple Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction and Its Management
30. Complex CNLDO: Buried Probe
31. Complex CNLDO: Dacryocele
32. Complex CNLDO: Other Causes
33. Syndromic and Systemic Associations of Congenital Lacrimal Drainage Anomalies
34. Infective Canaliculitis
35. Canaliculops
36. Canalicular Trauma
37. Acute Dacryocystitis
38. Chronic Dacryocystitis and LDALT
39. Lacrimal Sac Diverticulum
40. Dacryolithiasis
41. Nasolacrimal Trauma
42. Iatrogenic Bony NLD Dehiscence
43. Secondary Acquired Lacrimal Drainage Obstruction (SALDO)
44. Primary External Dacryocystorhinostomy
45. Subciliary Dacryocystorhinostomy
46. Primary Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy
47. Ultrasonic Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy
48. Non-endoscopic Endonasal Dacryocystorhinostomy
49. Endocanalicular Laser Dacryocystorhinostomy
50. Entire Lacrimal Sac in Sinus
51. Difficult Endoscopic DCR Scenarios
52. Etiology of Failed Dacryocystorhinostomy
53. The DCR Ostium Cicatrix
54. Revision External Dacryocystorhinostomy
55. Revision Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy
56. Lacrimal Recanalization
57. Balloon Dacryoplasty
58. Conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy
59. Mitomycin C (Techniques and Tissue Effects)
60. Intubation Devices
61. Complications of Lacrimal Stents
62. Lacrimal Stents and Biofilms
63. Evaluation of a Dacryocystorhinostomy Ostium
64. Dacryocystorhinostomy Ostium Granulomas
65. Adjunctive Endoscopic Procedures: Endoscopic Septoplasty
66. Adjunctive Endoscopic Procedures: Middle Turbinoplasty
67. Adjunctive Endoscopic Procedures: Inferior Turbinoplasty
68. Dacryocystectomy
69. Masquerades of Lacrimal Drainage Disorders
70. Arhinia and Lacrimal Disorders
71. Lacrimal Interventions and Bacteremia
72. Instrument Fracture
73. Tumors of the Lacrimal Drainage System
74. Stereotactic Lacrimal Surgeries
75. Lacrimal Gland-Targeted Therapies
76. Quality of Life and Lacrimal Disorders
77. Atlas Exercises

Written by an expert in the field, this book is a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the evaluation and management of lacrimal drainage disorders. Lacrimal disorders are one of the most common conditions encountered not only by oculoplastic surgeons and general ophthalmologists, but also by otorhinolaryngologists in their daily practice. Consisting of 77 chapters, it addresses the basic anatomy and underlying pathology, patient evaluation, and the surgical procedures currently performed in managing various lacrimal disorders. Surgical modalities including the endoscopic approaches are thoroughly and succinctly captured in pictures with detailed legends to aid understanding and offer a visual treat. Since familiarity with a surgical technique is incomplete without the knowledge of risk factors and red flags, the book discusses in detail how to deal with surgical complications and failure.
The Atlas of Lacrimal Drainage Disorders is an essential companion to the a
uthor’s previous work “Principles and Practice of Lacrimal Surgery”..

• Includes more than 2300 color images
• Provides high- resolution close-up endoscopic photographs for better anatomic delineation and clinical understanding
• Provides step-by-step coverage of lacrimal disorders and their surgical management

Mohammad Javed Ali completed his basic medical education and ophthalmology training at NTR University of Health Sciences, Hyderabad. He obtained his fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners (FRCGP), UK in 2003 and fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (FRCS) in 2008. He also completed his fellowship in Orbital Surgery in 2008, followed by a second fellowship in Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, Ocular Oncology and Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery in 2010. He later trained in rhinology with world leader Peter-John Wormald from Australia. Javed is one of the rare recipients of The Experienced Researcher – Senior Alexander Von Humboldt Fellowship Award, a pinnacle award in the research world. He is also a recipient of the Dr P Siva Reddy Gold Medal in Ophthalmology, Dr Pathak Medal in Ophthalmology, Mazher Foundation Award for outstanding academic performance, Vengal Rao Medal, Raghavachary medal, Ranga Reddy Endowment award, Honavar award and Sunayna Medal. He has described 2 new diseases of the lacrimal system along with their classifications and clinicopathologic profiles. He was honored with the “Healthcare Leadership Award 2012’ for his research and innovations in dacryology and also received the 2015 ASOPRS Merrill Reeh Award for his groundbreaking work on the etiopathogenesis of punctal stenosis. His textbook “Principles and Practice of Lacrimal Surgery” is considered to be the most comprehensive treatise on the subject. He is a section editor for 7 journals and reviewer for over 30 major journals. His areas of research include the molecular pathogenesis of NLDO, stem cells and minimally invasive lacrimal surgeries.