Surgical Anatomy of the Ocular Adnexa: A Clinical Approach, Second Edition

Media Type: Textbook Synopsis: Anatomy lessons can be dry and boring. Luckily this anatomy text is more of a page-turner with its clinical correlations and clear illustrations. Since the days of Netter and Gray, ocular adnexal anatomy has come a long way, and many excellent atlases exist which give more in-depth description. However, as a clinic-anatomic text, few can match this book which will prove to be an excellent resource for anyone performing surgery in the periorbital region. Anatomic descriptions, illustrations and clinical knowledge are deftly combined. David Jordan, Louise Mawn, and Rick Anderson form an excellent team in bringing (Read more...)

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