By Gottfried O.H. Naumann, L. Holbach, F.E. Kruse

Written and edited by way of the world-famous specialist G.O.H. Naumann, this textbook delves into the main points of ocular buildings similar to the nuances of morphology, surgical anatomy and pathology. The textual content covers detailed positive factors of intraocular surgical procedure in closed process and open eye contexts. It is going directly to hide the most important features of restoring the anterior chamber. Then it delineates the spectrum of capability issues in (pseudo-) exfoliation-syndromes in addition to the main weak cellphone populations. Readers also are taken care of to the positive aspects of standard and pathologic wound therapeutic after non-mechanical laser and mechanical innovations. really good art and sketches illustrate the advanced pathology.

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B Loss of MMP-2 expression in control specimens. c MMP-9 can be localized to the conjunctival epithelium (EP), to subepithelial inflammatory infiltrates, some blood vessel walls (arrows), and the stromal connective tissue adjacent to meibomian gland acini (MG) in a floppy eyelid syndrome specimen. d No MMP-9 expression in control specimens. (From SchlötzerSchrehardt et al. 1 Eyelids a b Fig. 9. Lateral tarsal strip procedure: a A new tendon is created from the lateral part of the tarsal plate by excising skin, orbicularis, lashes and conjunctiva from the tarsus.

C Blood aqueous barrier of the ciliary body: c1 Scanning electron micrograph of the pars plicata of the ciliary body (I iris, IIa primary ciliary processes, IIb ciliary valleys, III secondary processes, IV pars plana). c2 Semithin section of a ciliary process (Bv blood vessel, CE ciliary epithelium, St stroma). c3 Transmission electron micrograph of the ciliary epithelium with pigmented (PE) and unpigmented (UPE) layers. c4 Detail of c3 showing tight junctions (arrows) between unpigmented epithelial cells.

6. Involutional ectropion of the upper eyelid in floppy eyelid syndrome – horizontal lid shortening procedure: a Preoperative appearance with red and thickened right upper lid margin. b Results 1 day postoperatively following horizontal lid shortening of the right upper lid. 2 Surgical Pathology a b Fig. 7. Light microscopy of lid sections stained by van Gieson’s method for elastic fibers in floppy eyelid syndrome (a) and control specimens (b); elastic fibers appear dark-brown, collagen fibers appear red (original magnification × 100).

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