Diagnosis and Management of Orbital Tumors, Volume 202
A detailed account of the various tumors, inflammatory disorders, and related conditions affecting the orbit. Each discussion of a specific tumor includes the definition, incidence, clinical features, diagnostic approaches, pathology, management, and prognosis. Generously illustrated with clinical photographs, computed tomograms, and MR images to facilitate the recognition of tumors in practice.
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