Eur J Plast Surg (2004) 26:434 DOI 10.1007/s00238-003-0589-3 BOOK REVIEW I. T. Jackson G.J. Gladstone, E.H. Black, S. Myint, B.G. Brazzo, F. Nesi: Oculoplastic Surgery Atlas: Eyelid Disorders Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 2002, 107 pp, 77 illustrations, including 2 CD-ROMs (ISBN 0-387-85316-7) Published online: 27 January 2004 Springer-Verlag 2004 This book comes with 2 CD-ROMs. It is the work of the through this book and carefully watches and reruns the well-known Detroit oculoplastic group of Geoff Glad- CD-ROMs, there really is nothing else that is needed in stone and Frank Nesi, with contributions from other terms of teaching of oculoplastic surgery. The next step is members of their team—Evan Black, Shoib Myint and practical application of the technique. Brian Brazzo, the latter now being in New York. There This is a book which I would strongly recommend to are other contributors—John Rose, Mark Lucarelli, those engaged in this specialty and those who are training Bradley Lemke, and Briggs Cook, who have written the in it, whether they are oculoplastic surgeons, plastic first chapter which is on surgical anatomy of the eyelid. surgeons or others with an interest in eyelid reconstruc- Following this, there are five other chapters; these are tion. There is no need to pick out any particular chapter, correction of entropion, ectropion, eyelid retraction, all are valuable, but it is the combination of text and ptosis, and eyelid reconstruction. These are very clearly visual representation which makes this an extremely discussed and illustrated with well-produced, simple attractive book at a very reasonable price. I highly black and white line drawings. recommend it to all trainees and to those who feel that This, in itself, is a worthwhile textbook; however, the their knowledge may be a little rusty and require “icing on the cake” is the CD-ROMs, which go over each freshening with a coat of new paint! of the procedures in minute detail. When one reads I. T. Jackson ( ) Southfield, Michigan, USA e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 1, 2004
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