Ocular Trauma with DVD


  • James Banta, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology, Director of Emergency Eye Care, University of Miami, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miami, FL

Confidently evaluate and treat virtually any traumatic eye injury you may encounter in practice...from chemical injuries to blast injuries to perforating injuries. This new resource provides all the hands-on how-to's you need to stabilize an ocular trauma patient, diagnose their problem, manage it if possible, and make a referral when necessary. With its practical advice, many informative illustrations, and instructive videos on DVD, Ocular Trauma is your ideal resource for managing all forms of ocular injury.
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Ophthalmology Residents, Ophthalmologists


Book information

  • Published: May 2007
  • Imprint: SAUNDERS
  • ISBN: 978-1-4160-2559-7

Table of Contents

Section 1: Introduction to Ocular Trauma

1. Epidemiology of Eye Trauma (James T. Banta)

2. Prevention of Eye Injuries (Paul M. Gallogly, Stephanie L. Vanderveldt, James T. Banta)

3. History and Examination of Traumatized Eyes (Alexei L. Moraczewski)

4. Definitions and Classification in Ocular Trauma (James T. Banta)

Section 2: Closed Globe Injuries

5. Ocular Surface (Kristen L. Hartley, Benjamin L. Mason, James T. Banta)

6. Anterior Chamber (Colleen M. Cebulla, Carolyn D. Quinn, James T. Banta)

7. Lens (Jennifer I. Hui, David A. Goldman)

8. Posterior Segment (John J. Miller, Krista D. Rosenberg)

9. Eyelid Lacerations (Wendy W. Lee, Kambiz K. Parsa)

10. Orbit and Optic Nerve (Vivian Schiedler, Thomas E. Johnson, Kenneth B. Krantz)

Section 3: Open Globe Injuries

11. Ruptured or Lacerated Globe (Dan M. Miller, Charles W. G. Eifrig, James T. Banta)

12. Intraocular Foreign Body (James T. Banta, Jeffrey K. Moore)

Section 4: Complications and Controversies of Ocular Trauma

13. Delayed Complications of Ocular Trauma (James T. Banta)

14. Controversies in Ocular Trauma Management (Matthew S. Benz, Andrew C. Westfall)