Richly illustrated, with more than 1,700 clear line drawings and high-quality, full-color surgical photographs Comprehensive text covering topics ranging from introduction to surgical tools and basic surgical technique to complex surgical reconstructions Contributions from over 150 internationally recognized experts for trusted insight into advanced surgical technique and new developments within the field The second edition of Clinical Atlas of Procedures in Ophthalmic and Oculofacial Surgery provides an overview of a broad range of contemporary, well-established, and accepted ophthalmic surgical procedures with clear illustrations of surgical fundamentals that cover key intraoperative and postoperative points. This new edition of the Atlas includes streamlined, more uniform chapters, bookended by detailed and instructive tables of indications and complications. More than 1,700 detailed, professionally-rendered line drawings and full-color photographs supplement succinct information on surgical procedures. The high-quality illustrations and images are laid out in a fluid design to help the reader quickly pinpoint the fundamentals of each procedure. With innovations and techniques frequently evolving ophthalmic surgery, the second edition of Clinical Atlas of Procedures in Ophthalmic and Oculofacial Surgery provides the clear and comprehensive platform needed to navigate the fast-moving field of surgical ophthalmology, and will surely continue to prove useful to the trainee, the ophthalmologist, the teacher, and, most importantly, to the patients whom they ultimately serve. Daniel M Albert , F.A. Davis Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Edited by Mark J Lucarelli , Professor; Chief, Oculoplastics Service, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison Daniel M. Albert, M.D., M.S., FACS , is the F.A. Davis Professor and Chair Emeritus in the Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Department at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, as well as the Emmett A. Humble Distinguished Director of the UW Eye Research Institute. Mark J. Lucarelli, MD, FACS , is Professor and Chief, Oculoplastics Service, in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at University of Wisconsin-Madison.