T his text is aimed at assisting physicians (ophthalmologists and nonophthal mologists) in recognizing the most common oculoplastic conditions. Many oculoplastic conditions can be diagnosed on simple visual examination, which makes this atlas an ideal resource to have in emergency departments and in the office. It provides a solid basis of photographic and descriptive information to

diagnose oculoplastic conditions. Once these conditions are recognized, the text describes other tests that may be needed and the differ ential diagnoses that should be considered. The management options for these conditions are also briefly described. Robert B. Penne Editor

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