Color Atlas of Oculoplastic Surgery 2nd

Color Atlas of Oculoplastic Surgery provides surgeons familiar with surgical anatomy with a broad survey of contemporary oculoplastic surgery.  It illustrates and provides basic information on surgical techniques that are straightforward and reliable in managing many common oculoplastic conditions that a clinician may encounter in practice.  The material is presented with precision and clarity, there is special emphasis on understanding the pathophysiologic mechanism of diseases. This integrated text, accompanied by color photographs and complementary line drawings, guides the surgeon through each procedure in a systematic fashion. Pertinent anatomy, surgical indications, important technical considerations, and complications receive appropriate emphasis in each chapter.

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Diseases and Disorders of the Orbit and Ocular Adnexa, 1e

Drawing from the knowledge and expertise of more than 70 contributing international experts, Diseases and Disorders of the Orbit and Ocular Adnexa thoroughly covers the state of the art in orbital and periocular disease from the perspective of a variety of specialties. Clearly written and profusely illustrated, it covers the clinical presentation, pathophysiology, natural history, and management alternatives of disease processes affecting the orbit, eyelids, lacrimal system, and upper face. With a singular focus on the diagnosis and management of orbital and ocular adnexal disease, this authoritative text gives you the information you need to excel both in practice and on exams in the specialty of ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery.

  • Offers an in-depth and thorough approach to the pathophysiology of oculoplastics and orbital disease, incorporating the perspectives of numerous specialties – all in one convenient volume.
  • Uses an easy-to-follow, templated format throughout so you can find what you need quickly.
  • Covers new information not included in other texts, such as antibody testing in dysthyroid conditions and a rapidly emerging array of targeted immunosuppressive medications for the treatment of inflammatory orbital disease.
  • Includes hot topics such as the classification and management of orbital inflammatory disease; vascular neoplasms and malformations; periocular dermatology; burn management; facial paralytic disease; and the pathogenesis, evaluation and management of lymphoproliferative disease.
  • Features more than 1,200 high-quality clinical, imaging, and histological illustrations that provide clear visual examples of orbital disease.
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Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology – Wills Eye Institute – Oculoplastics

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This text is part of the Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology which was developed at Philadelphia’s famed Wills Eye Institute.  The beauty of this series is the powerful combination of illustrative photographs and a summary approach to the text.  While the seven ophthalmic subspecialties in this series, Cornea, Retina, Glaucoma, Oculoplastics, Neuroophthalmology, Pediatrics, and Uveiti, employ varying levels of visual recognition, a relatively standard format for the text is used for all volumes.  The goal of the series is to provide an up-to-date clinical overview of the major areas of ophthalmology for students, residents, and practitioners in all the healthcare professions.

Oculoplastics, Second Edition, presents unmistakable guidelines for the differential diagnosis and treatment of the full range of oculoplastic conditions.  This book is a unique combination of text, quick reference, and color atlas, with over 250 full color illustrations throughout.   A short, succinct format includes: Epidemiology and Etiology, History, Physical Examination, Differential Diagnosis, Laboratory and Special Examinations, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Management.

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Manual of Oculoplasty, Orbitopathies and Dacryology

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Oculoplastic surgery is the cosmetic, corrective, and reconstructive surgery of the eye. It manages and repairs problems primarily related to the tissues or structures surrounding the eye (eyelids, tear ducts, orbit), rather than the eyeball itself (healthcommunities.com). Orbitopathy is a condition associated with swelling of the tissue in the orbit creating bulging of the eyes. It is associated with Graves’ disease, a condition that causes over-activity of the thyroid gland (Johns Hopkins Medicine). Dacryology is the study of the lacrimal (tear) system and is associated with ‘dry eye’. This book is a comprehensive guide to oculoplasty, orbitopathy and dacryology. Beginning with an introduction to the basic concepts, the following sections discuss the diagnosis and surgical management of various disorders associated with each of these subspecialties. Emphasis is placed on both quantitative and qualitative diagnostic assessment and nearly 750 clinical photographs and illustrations assist learning. Key points * Comprehensive guide to oculoplasty, orbitopathy and dacryology * Discusses diagnosis and surgical management of numerous disorders * Emphasis on quantitative and qualitative assessment * Includes nearly 750 clinical photographs and illustrations

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Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery

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Unlike other books of its kind, the new Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery offers detailed, step-by-step instructions from initial skin marking and cut to final closure for more than 90 commonly performed oculoplastic, lacrimal, and orbital surgeries. Each step also includes a matching illustration inverted to accommodate the surgeon’s actual position during the surgery.
In addition to clear instruction, the text for each surgery covers preoperative evaluation discussions, postoperative care instructions, and how to avoid and manage potential complications.
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  • More than 1,000 detailed color illustrations
  • Text and matching illustration are presented side-by-side for easy reference
  • Key points help reader plan the most appropriate operation and minimize complications
  • Surgeons can follow each step and perform the procedure even if they aren’t familiar with it.
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Dr. Agarwal’s Step by Step Oculoplastic Surgery

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1. Anatomy of the Lids, 2. Diseases of the Lids, 3. Ptosis, 4. Ectropion, 5. Entropion, Trichiasis and Distichiasis, 6. Blepharoplasty, 7. Laser Assisted Blepharoplasty and Laser Resurfacing for the Treatment of Facial, 8. Botulinum Toxin (Botox)®: Functional and Cosmetic Uses, 9. Brow Lift Surgery, 10. Facelift.

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Curbside Consultation in Oculoplastics: 49 Clinical Questions

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Are you looking for concise, practical answers to those questions that are often left unanswered by traditional texts and references in oculoplastics? Are you seeking brief, evidence-based advice for common clinical dilemmas or complications? Curbside Consultation in Oculoplastics: 49 Clinical Questions provides quick and direct answers to the thorny questions most commonly posed during a “curbside consultation” between experienced clinicians.

Dr. Robert C. Kersten and Dr. Timothy J. McCulley, have designed this unique reference in which oculoplastic specialists offer expert advice, preferences, and opinions on tough clinical questions commonly associated with oculoplastics. The unique Q&A format provides quick access to current information related to oculoplastics with the simplicity of a conversation between two colleagues. Images, diagrams, and references are included to enhance the text and to illustrate common clinical dilemmas.

Curbside Consultation in Oculoplastics: 49 Clinical Questions provides information basic enough for residents while also incorporating expert pearls that even high-volume ophthalmologists will appreciate. Residents, fellows, and practicing physicians alike will benefit from the user-friendly and casual format and the expert advice contained within.

Some of the questions that are answered:

  • What do I do when a patient on anti-coagulants needs surgery?
  • When does an eyelid lesion need to be biopsied?
  • What are the general treatment guidelines for Graves’ ophthalmopathy?
  • How should I treat bacterial orbital cellulitis?
  • How do you distinguish an orbital infection from sterile inflammation?
  • When should I be concerned about systemic disease in a patient with blepharoptosis?
  • What are the oculoplastic uses of botulinum toxin?
  • How do I know when to order an MRI or a CT?

 

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Principles and Practice of Lacrimal Surgery

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Lacrimal disorders are one of the very common conditions encountered not only by the oculoplastic surgeons but also by the general ophthalmologists in their daily practice. Written by global experts in the field of dacyrology, this book is a comprehensive, updated practical guide on evaluation and management of patients with lacrimal diseases. This up-to-date reference work covers all aspects of the field including the basic anatomy and underlying pathology, evaluation of a patient, and all surgical procedures currently used in managing various disorders in an organized fashion. Surgical modalities including the endoscopic approaches are thoroughly and succinctly reviewed with ample illustrations for better understanding. Since familiarity with a surgical technique is incomplete without the knowledge of risk factors and red flags, an emphasis on dealing with surgical complications and failure has received priority in this treatise. Controversial topics and treatment dilemmas have been discussed in detail with the objective of reviewing the present consensus among the experts.

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The Lacrimal System Diagnosis, Management, and Surgery 2nd ed

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While there are books that review lacrimal surgery as a portion of oculoplastic practice, The Lacrimal System: Diagnosis, Management & Surgery, Second Edition, addresses the range of lacrimal disorders in one concise, practical volume. Building off of the success of the first edition, this text includes significantly updated information, as well as new chapters that are complete with high quality color images and illustrations. Lacrimal surgeries are among the most commonly performed ones in oculopastic surgery.

The procedures range from unblocking tear ducts in small children with congenital dysmorphology, to correcting dry eye through surgery. As with many of these procedures, the disorders sound minor but the patients’ lives are seriously affected. By broadening the scope of the subject, the editors of The Lacrimal System, Second Edition meet the needs of oculoplastic surgeons, ophthalmologists, residents and fellows who are learning these special procedures.

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Color Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Disorders

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Contains over 1400 full color photographs. Includes common day-to-day eyelid, oculoplasty and orbital disorders as well as some one in life time/rare and interesting cases for reference. The anatomy chapter contains brilliant photographs of the eye and its adnexae, from the famed Basset’s Anatomy Dissection. More than 80 different surgical operations have been described with the help of step-by-step photographs. Aimed for all budding ophthalmologists who want to take up Oculoplasty as a future superspeciality practice. For help practising oculoplastic and orbital surgeons to polish their skills. Provides guidance to a general ophthalmology practitioner to perform oculoplasty and orbital cases that one may encounter in his day-to-day experience. Instills in all budding ophthalmologists, the will power to say, Yes, I can also diagnose the condition and do the necessary surgical procedure. Bridges the gap between a textbook and the practical realities of clinical and surgical situations. A photographic journey through the beautiful and challenging world of oculoplastic and orbital disorders. Arnab Biswas is a Consultant Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgeon at Alo Eye Care and BB Eye Foundation, Kolkata. He graduated from Calcutta National Medical College, Kolkata, He is a postgraduate of Regional Institute Ophthalmology, Sitapur, UP. Thereafter he obtained FRCS from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, United Kingdom. He underwent the International Council of Ophthalmology Fellowship in Oculoplasty and Orbital Diseases from University of Limoges, France. He has been a pioneer in Eastern India of many Advanced Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgeries. He has multiple scientific presentations as guest speaker and instructor and he has also launched free papers and videos in national as well as international conferences. He has been awarded the CS Reshmi Medal for the best Video at the All India Ophthalmic Society Conference 2007, Hyderabad. He is also the recipient of the Best Video award by the Oculoplastic Association of India Annual Conference, Chandigarh 2005 and Hyderabad 2007, Delhi Ophthalmic Society Annual Conference 2006, Eastern India Zonal Conference, Patna 2006 and Satyarani Das Ghosh Award by the West Bengal Ophthalmic Society in 2002 and 2006. He has also been awarded the best poster award by the West Bengal Ophthalmic Society in 2005 and 2006. He has also won the KP Roy Award for the Best Free Paper (West Bengal Ophthalmic Society in 2005). His love for documentation has resulted in a personal collection of over 25,000 photographs of rare and interesting cases. This book “”Color Atlas of Oculoplastic and Orbital Disorders”” is the outcome of his love for photographic documentation.

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Clinical Ophthalmic Oncology: Eyelid and Conjunctival Tumors

Jacob Pe’er (Editor), Arun D. Singh (Editor)

Written by internationally renowned experts, Clinical Ophthalmic Oncology provides practical guidance and advice on the diagnosis and management of the complete range of ocular cancers. The book supplies all of the state-of-the-art knowledge required in order to identify these cancers early and to treat them as effectively as possible. Using the information provided, readers will be able to provide effective patient care using the latest knowledge on all aspects of ophthalmic oncology, to verify diagnostic conclusions based on comparison with numerous full-color clinical photographs, and to locate required information quickly owing to the clinically focused and user-friendly format. In this volume, the examination techniques, classification, and differential diagnosis of eyelid tumors and conjunctival and corneal tumors are carefully explained, and treatment options are considered in detail.

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Pearls and Pitfalls in Cosmetic Oculoplastic Surgery

By Morris Hartstein, John Holds, Guy G. Massry

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A “Clinical Pearl” is shorthand for that critical nugget of information that makes a procedure or a treatment option or therapeutic agent more effective, more efficient, and produces the best possible outcome. A pearl is essentially “off-label”. In surgical specialties, these pearls are even more important because knowing how to avoid complications is better for the patient and the physician. With this book, ophthalmologists and cosmetic surgeons can become more skilled and increase their numbers of successful outcomes.

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Smith and Nesi’s Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Smith and Nesi’s Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery [Hardcover]
Evan H. Black (Editor), Frank A. Nesi (Editor), Geoffrey J. Gladstone (Editor), Mark R. Levine (Editor), Christopher J. Calvano (Editor)
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Publication Date: March 31, 2012 | ISBN-10: 1461409705 | ISBN-13: 978-1461409700 | Edition: 3rd ed. 2012
Smith and Nesi’s Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Third Edition has taken the best of the field’s classic reference text and expanded upon it, continuing its reputation as the foremost guide to the subspecialty. Every practitioner of plastic and reconstructive surgery will find useful information in this comprehensive, in-depth text, including an update on the changes and advances of the last several years and a new section on pediatric consideration. Detailed chapters on ophthalmic anatomy are also included, as well as sections on eyelid dermatology, socket surgery, and cosmetic surgery. Every consideration has been made by Dr. Nesi and his co-editors to cover every aspect important to the ophthalmic plastic surgeon. Features: Fully updated and revised edition of Smith’s Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Comprehensive text with detailed chapters that cover all aspects of the subject matter More than 1700 figures and 77 chapters

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Aesthetic Oculofacial Rejuvenation — Non-Invasive Techniques

Marian Zilkha MD PhD (Author), Alessandra Haddad MD (Author)

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Publication Date: February 16, 2010 | ISBN-10: 0702033650 | ISBN-13: 978-0702033650 | Edition: 1 Har/Dvdr

Aesthetic Oculofacial Rejuvenation covers the most up-to-date non-invasive techniques for the eye and face through the highest quality color images and step-by-step guidance. Dr. Marian Zilkha and Dr. Alessandra Haddad present the fundamental perspectives of an ophthalmologist and a plastic surgeon. The result is an updated text on hot topics including botulinum toxin, aesthetic fillers and volumizers, lasers, radiofrequency technologies, and combined therapies. They have assembled an esteemed group of international contributors to ensure that you get balanced, reliable, and current information that reflects recent developments from all over the world. And, videos of key procedures on DVD let you watch the experts at work and perfect your own technique. You’ll have everything you need to expand your practice and give your patients the results they demand.

  • Covers all the latest on non-invasive techniques including botulinum toxin, aesthetic fillers and volumizers, lasers and radiofrequency technologies so that you can offer the treatments your patients demand.with less recovery time.
  • Provides a step-by-step practical guide on how to combine procedures to counter the aging process and optimize results.
  • Presents the perspectives of industry experts of the eye and face to give you the highest quality advice and guidance from respected authorities in the field.
  • Features a full color design and layout with 300 high-quality photographs and additional concepts explained in line artwork for more effective mastery through step-by-step visual guidance.
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Ptosis Surgery

Arnab Biswas (Author), J. R. O. Collin (Foreword)


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Publication Date: October 2010 | ISBN-10: 8184489633 | ISBN-13: 978-8184489637 | Edition: 1
Ptosis is the abnormally low position of the upper eyelid, sometimes known as “lazy eye” which when left untreated in infants can impair the development of vision; in adults, it may be an indicator of muscle weakness, endocrine disease, cancer or poisoning. This is a comprehensive text and atlas on the causes, diagnosis, evaluation and surgical interventions for this condition. Includes a list of drugs reported to induce ptosis, and information on post operation complications and their management. For trainee and practicing opthalmologists and opthalmic surgeons.

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Master Techniques in Blepharoplasty and Periorbital Rejuvenation

Guy G. Massry MD (Editor), Mark R. Murphy MD (Editor), Babak Azizzadeh MD (Editor)

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ISBN-10: 146140066X | ISBN-13: 978-1461400660 | Publication Date: September 26, 2011 | Edition: 2011
Master Techniques in Blepharoplasty and Eyelid Reconstruction is a comprehensive, multi-specialty textbook and surgical atlas on blepharoplasty and eyelid reconstruction, presenting multiple competing and complementary techniques by the leading experts in the field of plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, and oculoplastic surgery. Only the most pioneering and time-tested surgical procedures are presented in step-by-step, illustrative detail. All areas of eyelid surgery are covered in a balanced and systematic approach. An accompanying on-line surgical atlas shows digitally videotaped procedures by the leading authors, extremely useful to any surgeon interested in blepharoplasty. Master Techniques in Blepharoplasty and Eyelid Reconstruction is the definitive textbook and atlas for any surgeon who interested in this topic.

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Oculoplasty and Reconstructive Surgery Made Easy

Ashok Garg (Author)

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Contents:

Frontmatter
Chapter-01 Congenital Eyelid Anomalies
Chapter-02 Pediatric Eyelid Abnormalities
Chapter-03 Eyelid Disorders
Chapter-04 Diseases of the Eyelids
Chapter-05 Eyelid Retraction
Chapter-06 Eyelid Injuries and Reconstruction-An Update
Chapter-07 Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction
Chapter-08 Acquired Lacrimal System Disorders
Chapter-09 Management of Lacrimal Injuries
Chapter-10 Congenital Ptosis Evaluation and Management
Chapter-11 Frontalis Muscle Flap Advancement for Correction of Blepharoptosis with Poor Levator Function
Chapter-12 Upper Lid Blepharoplasty
Chapter-13 Pterygium Excision
Chapter-14 Pediatric Epiphora
Chapter-15 Congenital Tumors
Chapter-16 Imaging of the Orbit
Chapter-17 Orbital Neoplasms
Chapter-18 Orbital Disorders-Vascular Abnormalities
Chapter-19 Infections of the Orbit
Chapter-20 Orbital Implants
Chapter-21 Management of Orbital Trauma and Fractures
Chapter-22 Preseptal Cellulitis and Orbital Cellulitis
Chapter-23 Miscellaneous Disorders
Chapter-24 Update on Lasers in Oculoplasty
Chapter-25 Aesthetic Ophthalmoplastic with CO2 Laser
Chapter-26 Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy Recent Advances
Chapter-27 Special Oculoplasty Surgical Procedures
Chapter-28 Guided Sling Surgery Jacob-Agarwal Technique of Frontalis Suspension with Single Stab Incision
Chapter-29 Modified Corrugated Intracystic Implant for Chronic Dacryocystitis A Journey to Innovation
Chapter-30 Management of dysfunction of Meibomian Glands with Fugo Blade
Chapter-31 Fornix Reconstruction
Chapter-32 Sebaceous Gland Carcinoma and Muir-Torre’s Syndrome
Chapter-33 Pediatric Oculoplasty-An Evidance-based Update
Chapter-34 Periocular Applications of Botulinum Toxin
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Surgical Atlas of Orbital Diseases

Mallajosyulla (Author)

It provides in simplified form the oculoplastic and orbit care by synthesising advances in imaging, pathology, genetics. It is a most useful book for graduate students, residents of ophthalmology fellows in oculoplastic and orbital services. 1. Applied Anatomy of Orbit, 2. Clinical Approach to Proptosis, 3. Imaging a Case of Proptosis: CT and MRI, 4. Role of Cytology in Orbital Lesions, 5. Pathology of the Orbital Diseases, 6. Thyroid-Associated Orbitopathy, 7. Orbital Infection, 8. Orbital Inflammatory Disease, 9. Orbital Lymphoma, 10. Vascular Lesions of Orbit, 11. Orbital Tumors of Neurological Origin, 12. Mesenchymal Tumors, 13. Bone Tumors of Orbit, 14. Tumors of Lacrimal Gland, 15. Cystic Lesions of Orbit, 16. Parasitic Cysts of Orbit, 17. Orbital Frcatures, 18. Secondary and Metastatic Tumors, 19. Decision Making, 20. Orbitotomies, 21. multidisciplinary Approach to Proptosis, 22. Orbital Exenteration, 23. Orbital Prosthesis, 24. Medical Management of Proptosis, 25. Management of Ophthalmic Tumors: Role of Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy, 26. Carotid-Cavernous Fistulae: Role of Interventional Radiologist, 27. Ocular and Systemic Associations of Proptosis

 

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Eyelid Tumours: Clinical Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment

Jay Justin Older

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Eyelid Tumors was written to help the physician diagnose eyelid tumors in the clinical setting and to assist the surgeon who might wish to remove the tumors and repair the eyelid defects. One of the reasons to write the book was that I had seen many patients in my oculoplastic practice with a history of late diagnoses of malignant eyelid tumors.
Early diagnosis of eyelid malignancies would lead to better patient care, in the majority of cases. The other reason for writing the text was to share my surgical experiences with other surgeons. Many of the texts in print at the time I wrote the first edition listed a variety of repairs for a specific condition. I, however, chose to discuss only those techniques that gave me the best results. The first section contained many pictures of different lesions with descriptions and anecdotal information. It was my belief that the clinician would look at the book as help in diagnosing the eyelid lesion. By comparing the patient’s lesion with the photos in the book, the physician would be in a better position to make a differential diagnosis and continue with the patient’s care. The care might require further testing, a referral, or definitive treatment.

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