Ocular oncology is a review of:
eye and orbital neoplasms,
diagnostic and therapeutic methods used today, with particular emphasis on radiotherapy and surgery,
immunological, genetic and pathomorphological aspects of ocular neoplasms,
description of the complex relationships between genetic, chromosomal and immunological disorders predisposing to the development of tumors,
analysis of risk factors and survival probability,
well documented clinical cases along with differential diagnosis.
The book's great didactic value are numerous illustrations such as color photographs, photographs in infrared light and autofluorescence, ultrasound examinations and optical coherens tomography as well as fluorescein and indocyanine angiography. The publication is a unique proposition for ophthalmologists, oncologists, oncological surgeons, radiotherapists and residents specializing in described topics. The book is also available in Polish language.
‘The Authors are eminent and internationally recognized specialist in ophthalmic oncology; they are sharing their experience and multi-year experience with the readers. The aim of the book is to provide ophthalmologists and specialists in other branches of medical science with the latest updates in ocular oncology. All disease entities have been clearly presents and enriched with thorough diagnostic record and graphics’.
Professor Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek, DM, PhD
‘This perfectly illustrated volume summarizes a complete overview of benign and malignant ocular tumors. The diagnostic modalities as well as the therapeutic options are clearly described. This textbook, edited in English and Polish, has a high didactic value and will become soon a major theoretical support for the management of intraocular tumors’.
Professor Leonidas Zografos