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The Sclera ebook

by Maite Sainz de la Maza,C. Stephen Foster


Maite Sainz de la Maza, MD, PhD Clinical Associate Professor of. .

Maite Sainz de la Maza, MD, PhD Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Clinical Institute of Ophthalmology Hospital Clinic of Barcelona Barcelona, Spain msainzic. Joseph Tauber, MD Tauber Eye Center 4400 Broadway, Suite 202 Kansas City, Missouri 64111 JTEREYE.

Maite Sainz de la Maza. Dr. Sainz de la Maza, who practices academic ophthalmology in Barcelona, Spain, is a superb exemplar of the fruits of this strategy; the ophthalmic communities, both American and international, are in their debt for producing this textbook. I have read many of the chapters in this textbook, and they augment one's impressions of Steve's high standards of scholarship and originality.

The developmental process of the sclera is directed from anterior to posterior and from inside to outside.

The developmental process of the sclera is directed from anterior to posterior and from inside to outside Gross anatomical studies show that the scleral shell is an incomplete sphere averaging 22 mm in diameter that terminates anteriorly at the anterior scleral foramen surrounding the cornea and posteriorly at the posterior scleral foramen surrounding the optic nerve canal.

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REFERENCE: Foster CS, Sainz de la Maza M: The Sclera.

Scleritis is an important but under-appreciated ocular inflammatory problem, and even when the ophthalmologist encounters a patient with scleritis and fully appreciates the potential seriousness of that problem he or she, more often than not, will think primarily of auto-immune phenomena as the likely. culprits for having stimulated the inflammation in the sclera. REFERENCE: Foster CS, Sainz de la Maza M: The Sclera.

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Over the past five years, in sharing patients with him, following his research, and benefitting from his teaching, I have come to marvel at Dr. Stephen Foster's mind, dedication, and productivity. No one has a richer or more challenging clinical practice, has approached his clinical care with more critical questioning, or has produced as much useful clinical and basic research in his field. Steve has kept meticulous clinical records with elegant photographic documentation, which serve as the basis for the creation of this treatise. He has been fortunate in his co-author, Dr. Sainz de la Maza, who initially inveigled Steve to participate in this project and then set herself the enormous task of repairing the lacuna occasioned by the nonavail­ ability of the classic text by Watson and Hazeiman, The Sclera and Systemic Disorders. Steve has taken great pride in the trainees who have passed through his fellowship program, and has methodically tried to select them from around the world in order to extend the influence of his clinical and research traditions. Dr. Sainz de la Maza, who practices academic ophthalmology in Barcelona, Spain, is a superb exemplar of the fruits of this strategy; the ophthalmic communities, both American and international, are in their debt for producing this textbook. I have read many of the chapters in this textbook, and they augment one's impressions of Steve's high standards of scholarship and originality.
The Sclera ebook
Author:
Maite Sainz de la Maza,C. Stephen Foster
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