PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM. EVALUATION AND TREATMENT

PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM. EVALUATION AND TREATMENT

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Oftalmología
ISBN:
978-3-030-49949-5
Páginas:
290
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

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93,60 €

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88,92 €

• PART 1. INTRODUCTION
1. Pediatric Patient Encounter in the Emergency Department
2. Ocular Motility in the Pediatric Emergency Room
3. Imaging the Pediatric Patient
• PART 2. OPHTHALMIC TRAUMA
4. Orbital Trauma
5. Eyelid Trauma
6. The Nasolacrimal System
7. Pediatric Corneal Emergencies
8. Anterior Chamber and Lens
9. Retina and the Posterior Segment
10. Neuro-Ophthalmic Trauma
• PART 3. INFECTIONS
11. Ocular Infections
12. Extraocular
• PART 4. INFLAMMATIONS
13. Ocular Inflammation
14. Extraocular Inflammation
• PART 5. OPHTHALMIC CANCER AND MASSES
15. Tumors
16. Ophthalmic Plastics
17. Headache and Visual Loss.

This book aims to cover the important pediatric ophthalmic diagnoses that present in the emergency room. A collaborative work of experienced experts, it describes the history, examination, testing, epidemiology, pathogenesis, treatment, and prognosis for a variety of disorders. Richly illustrated, the book off ers an invaluable tool for allspecialists and trainees entrusted with the care ofchildren presenting with ocular conditions.Across 17 comprehensive yet concise chapters, this book provides an overview on a number of typical pathologies, including trauma, infections, inflammations, and tumors. Organized into five sections, each chapter is written to relay broad insight into the common ophthalmic conditions that may bring a child in for an acute healthcare visit. Additionally, skillfully written text is further supplemented by many high-quality images, including clinical photographs, fundus images, radiographs, and intraoperative photos.Pediatric Ophthalmology in the Emergency Roommeets the market need for a resource on this specific topic designed for trainee instruction. It is a valuable text for medical students, residents, and fellows, as well as anyone involved in the urgent or emergent care of children, including ER physicians, ophthalmologists, optometrists and other personnel.

Features
Structured to impart information in a clear and easy-to-reference way, with a teaching-oriented writing style Features didactic chapter elements including chapter summaries, review questions, question and answer sections, and text boxes providing additional information Written for practicing ophthalmologists, emergency room physicians, and pediatric physicians

Author
Roman Shinder, MD FACS
Professor of Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology
Director of Oculoplastics
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Brooklyn, NY 11203