Atlas of Orbital Imaging

Atlas of Orbital Imaging

This book is a comprehensive guide for effective use of orbital imaging.

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Auteur(s) Guy Ben Simon, Gahl Greenberg, Daphna Landau Prat
Éditeur SPRINGER
Date 19/10/2021
Pages 742
Taille 21 x 27
Type Relié
ISBN 9783030624255

Description détaillée : Atlas of Orbital Imaging

The Atlas of Orbital Imaging provides expert guidance for utilizing orbital imaging tools. It is illustrated to visually depict all orbital imaging aspects.

Who are the authors of "Atlas of Orbital Imaging" ?

Guy Ben Simon, MD, is Professor of Ophthalmology, Master of Health Administration and Chairman of the Institute of Orbital, Ophthalmic Plastic and Lacrimal Surgery at the Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Israel.

He has international standing in the field of oculoplastics and has published over 130 peer-reviewed scientific papers, also serving as reviewer for leading ophthalmology journals. Prof. Ben Simon is a much sought-after speaker at international conferences. He has also chaired many international conferences in Israel. Much of his scientific work is in collaboration with world-renowned researchers. He has been awarded numerous research grants and prizes for excellence in research. He established the Oculoplastics Fellowship Training Program at Sheba Medical Center and has trained many fellows and postdoctorate students.

Prof. Ben Simon served as course instructor in orbital surgery in the American Academy of Ophthalmology and as a member of the Ophthalmology News and Education Committee (O.N.E. network). He was the Chairman of the Israeli Oculoplastic Society and the Chairman of the Ophthalmology Board Exams Committee, Israel Medical Association. His main fields of interest are orbital imaging, vascular malformations, thyroid eye disease, and orbital anatomy. He regularly participates in and directs voluntary missions to many third world countries to perform oculoplastic surgeries. He is a member of the Talpiot Medical Leadership program at the Sheba Medical Center.

Gahl Greenberg is a Senior Staff Neuroradiologist and the current Head of the Head and Neck Imaging Service at the Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Sheba Medical Center, Israel. Dr. Greenberg serves as the primary consultant for the Maxillo-Facial, ENT, and Ophthalmology units and the chief advisor in multidisciplinary head and neck tumor boards.

He is also the designated Safety Officer for MRI and a regular instructor in Continuing Medical Education courses at the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. Dr. Greenberg is a graduate of the Hebrew University’s medical school in Jerusalem and completed a two-year Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship program in Toronto, Canada. His main fields of interest are craniofacial, orbit and paranasal sinuses oncology, temporomandibular joint and odontogenic disorders, and skull base pathology, and he has co-authored several publications in the field.

Daphna Landau Prat is an orbital and oculoplastic surgeon at the Goldschleger Eye Institute, Sheba Medical Center, Israel, and a research affiliate at the Division of Ophthalmology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).

She has an MD degree from Tel Aviv University and a BSc in Mathematics with Computer Science from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and is a graduate of the Rothschild Scholars Program, the Technion Program for Excellence.

Dr. Landau was trained in oculoplastic surgery at CHOP.She participated in several humanitarian delegations, performing oculoplastic surgeries. Dr. Landau is a member of the “Sheba Talpiot Medical Leadership” program for excellence in medicine and medical research and is leading various academic and innovative projects

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