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  • Minimally invasive oculoplastic surgery / Michèle Beaconsfield and Richard Collin -- Minimally invasive conjunctival surgery / Shigeru Kinoshita ... [et al.] -- Minimally invasive lacrimal surgery / Rainer K. Weber -- Minimally invasive corneal surgery / Heather M. Skeens and Edward J. Holland -- Minimally invasive refractive surgery / Jorge L. Alio, Mohamad Rosman, and Samuel Arba Mosquera -- Minimally invasive strabismus surgery / Daniel S. Mojon -- Minimally invasive iris surgery / Roger F. Steinert -- Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery / Elie Dahan ... [et al.] -- Minimally invasive cataract surgery / I. Howard Fine, Richard S. Hoffman, and Mark Packer -- Minimally invasive vitreoretinal surgery / Loh-Shan Leung, Woo Ho Nam, and Stanley Chang.
  • Introduction: Minimizing: A Continuous Trend in Cataract Surgery / I. Howard Fine, Jorge Alio, Mark Packer, Richard S. Hoffman and Peter Allan Karth -- The Transition Towards Smaller and Smaller Incisions: Micro-Coaxial Phacoemulsification with Torsional Ultrasound / James M. Osher and Robert H. Osher -- Transitioning to Bimanual MICS / Rosa Braga-Mele -- 0.7 mm Microincision Cataract Surgery / Jorge L. Alió, Amar Agarwal and Pawel Klonowski -- MICS Instrumentation / Jorge L. Alió, Pawel Klonowski and Jose L. Rodriguez-Prats -- Evolution of Ultrasound Pumps and Fluidics and Ultrasound Power: From Standard Coaxial Towards the Minimal Incision Possible in Cataract Surgery / William J. Fishkind -- Coaxial Microincision Cataract Surgery Utilizing Non-Linear Ultrasonic Power: An Alternative to Bimanual Microincision Cataract Surgery / Stephen S. Lane -- Technology Available: How to Better Use Fluidics with MICS / Rupert Menapace and Silvio Di Nardo -- How to Use Power Modulation in MICS / Randall J. Olson -- MICS with Different Platforms / Arturo Pèrez-Arteaga -- Using the Alcon Infiniti and AMO Signature for MICS / Richard Packard -- MICS with Different Platforms: Stellaris Vision Enhancement System / Mark Packer, I. Howard Fine and Richard S. Hoffman -- Surgical Technique - How to Perform a Smooth Transition / Mark Packer, Jennifer H. Smith, I. Howard Fine and Richard S. Hoffman -- Pupil Dilation and Preoperative Preparation / Mark Packer, I. Howard Fine and Richard S. Hoffman -- Incisions / I. Howard Fine, Richard S. Hoffman and Mark Packer -- Thermodynamics / Alessandro Franchini, Iacopo Franchini and Daniele Tognetto -- Using Ophthalmic Viscosurgical Devices with Smaller Incisions / Steve A. Arshinoff -- Capsulorhexis / Mark Packer, I. Howard Fine and Richard S. Hoffman -- Hydrodissection and Hydrodelineation / I. Howard Fine, Richard S. Hoffman and Mark Packer -- Biaxial Microincision Cataract Surgery: Techniques and Sample Surgical Parameters / Mark Packer, I. Howard Fine and Richard S. Hoffman -- Biaxial Microincision Phacoemulsification: Transition, Techniques, and Advantages / Richard S. Hoffman, I. Howard Fine and Mark Packer -- BiMICS vs. CoMICS: Our Actual Technique (Bimanual Micro Cataract Surgery vs. Coaxial Micro Cataract Surgery) / Jerome Bovet -- Endophthalmitis Prevention / Ayman Naseri and David F. Chang -- Biaxial Microincision Phacoemulsification for Difficult and Challenging Cases / I. Howard Fine, Jorge L. Alió, Richard S. Hoffman and Mark Packer -- MICS in Special Cases: Incomplete Capsulorhexis / Arturo Pérez-Arteaga -- MICS in Special Cases (on CD): Vitreous Loss / Jerome Bovet -- How to Deal with Very Hard and Intumescent Cataracts / L. Felipe Vejarano and L. F. Vejarano -- IOL Types and Implantation Techniques: MICS Intraocular Lenses / Jorge L. Alió and Pawel Klonowski -- Implantation Techniques / T. Amzallag -- Special Lenses: Toric Posterior Chamber Intraocular Lenses in Cataract Surgery and Refractive Lens Exchange / Gerd U. Auffarth, Tanja M. Rabsilber and Miriam Casper -- Special Lenses: MF / Hakan Kaymak and Ulrich Mester -- Special Lenses: Aspheric / Mark Packer, I. Howard Fine and Richard S. Hoffman -- Intraocular Lenses to Restore and Preserve Vision Following Cataract Surgery / Robert J. Cionni and David Hair -- Microincision Intraocular Lenses: Others / Richard S. Hoffman, I. Howard Fine and Mark Packer -- Outcomes: Safety: MICS versus Coaxial Phaco / George H. H. Beiiko Control of Corneal Astigmatism and Aberrations / Jorge L. Alió and Bassam El Kady -- Corneal Endothelium and Other Safety Issues / H. Burkhard Dick -- Incision Quality in MICS / Bassam El Kady and Jorge L. Aliió
  • There are five different types of eye movements: saccades, smooth pursuit, vestibular ocular eye movements, optokinetic eye movements, and vergence eye movements. The purpose of this book is focused primarily on mathematical models of the horizontal saccadic eye movement system and the smooth pursuit system, rather than on how visual information is processed. A saccade is a fast eye movement used to acquire a target by placing the image of the target on the fovea. Smooth pursuit is a slow eye movement used to track a target as it moves by keeping the target on the fovea. The vestibular ocular movement is used to keep the eyes on a target during brief head movements. The optokinetic eye movement is a combination of saccadic and slow eye movements that keeps a full-field image stable on the retina during sustained head rotation. Each of these movements is a conjugate eye movement, that is, movements of both eyes together driven by a common neural source. A vergence movement is a non-conjugate eye movement allowing the eyes to track targets as they come closer or farther away. In this book, early models of saccades and smooth pursuit are presented. The smooth pursuit system allows tracking of a slow moving target to maintain its position on the fovea. Models of the smooth pursuit have been developed using systems control theory, all involving a negative feedback control system that includes a time delay, controller and plant in the forward loop, with unity feedback. The oculomotor plant and saccade generator are the basic elements of the saccadic system. The oculomotor plant consists of three muscle pairs and the eyeball. A number of oculomotor plant models are described here beginning with the Westheimer model published in 1954, and up through our 1995 model involving a 4th order oculomotor plant model. The work presented here is not an exhaustive coverage of the field, but focused on the interests of the author. In Part II, a state-of-art model of the saccade system is presented, including a neural network that controls the system.
  • There are five different types of eye movements: saccades, smooth pursuit, vestibular ocular eye movements, optokinetic eye movements, and vergence eye movements. The purpose of this book is focused primarily on mathematical models of the horizontal saccadic eye movement system and the smooth pursuit system, rather than on how visual information is processed. A saccade is a fast eye movement used to acquire a target by placing the image of the target on the fovea. Smooth pursuit is a slow eye movement used to track a target as it moves by keeping the target on the fovea. The vestibular ocular movement is used to keep the eyes on a target during brief head movements. The optokinetic eye movement is a combination of saccadic and slow eye movements that keeps a full-field image stable on the retina during sustained head rotation. Each of these movements is a conjugate eye movement, that is, movements of both eyes together driven by a common neural source. A vergence movement is a non-conjugate eye movement allowing the eyes to track targets as they come closer or farther away. In this book, a 2009 version of a state-of-the-art model is presented for horizontal saccades that is 3rd-order and linear, and controlled by a physiologically based time-optimal neural network. The oculomotor plant and saccade generator are the basic elements of the saccadic system. The control of saccades is initiated by the superior colliculus and terminated by the cerebellar fastigial nucleus, and involves a complex neural circuit in the mid brain. This book is the second part of a book series on models of horizontal eye movements.
  • Topical anaesthesia for small incision cataract surgery /Bellucci, R. --Why viscoadaptives? Are they really new? /Arshinoff, S.A. --Comparison of four visocelastic substances for cataract surgery in eyes with cornea guttata /Mester, U.; Hauck, C.; Anterist, N.; Löw, M. --The Staar wave /Fine, I.H.; Hoffman, R.S.; Packer, M. --Phacotmesis /Kamman, J.; Dornbach, G. --Tilt and tumble phacoemulsification /Davis, E.A.; Lindstrom, R.L. --Phacoemulsification in the anterior chamber: preliminary results /Alio,́ J.L.; Shalaby, A.M.M.; Attia, W.H.--Phaco chop: making the transition /Friedman, N.M.; Kohnen, T.; Koch, D.D. --Ultrasound-assisted phaco aspiration /Olson, R.J. -- Management of the mature cataract /Masket, S. --Phacoemulsification in the vitreous cavity /Ruiz-Moreno, J.M.; Alio,́ J.L. --Capsular tension ring as adjuvant in phacoemulsification surgery /Munõz, G.; Alio,́ J.L.--Optical coherence biometry /Haigis, W.--Optical biometry in cataract surgery /Findl, O. et al --White-to-white corneal diameter measurements using the eyemetrics program of the Orbscan Topography Systems /Wang, L.; Auffarth, G.U.--Injector systems for foldable intraocular lens implantation /Fabian, E.--Incisions for implantation of fordable intraocular lenses /Kohnen, T.--Scheimpflug imaging of modern foldable high-refractive silicone and hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses /Baumeister, M.; Buḧren, J.; Kohnen, T.--Does the PCO preventing square edge concept apply to acrylic-hydrophilic intraocular lenses? /Jaullery, S.; Sourdille, P.--Posterior capsule opacification after implantation of polyfluorocarbon-coated intraocular lenses: a long term follow-up /Auffarth, G.U. et al --Piggyback intraocular lens implantation /Gills, J.P.; Fenzl, R.E.--Multifocal intraocular lenses /Claoue,́ C.; Parmar, D.
  • Neuro-ophthalmology 2007, Karger
    Anatomy of the oculomotor system / Büttner-Ennever, J.A. -- Eye movement recordings : methods / Eggert, T. -- Vestibulo-ocular reflex / Fetter, M. -- Neural control of saccadic eye movements / Catz, N., Thier, P. -- Smooth pursuit eye movements and optokinetic nystagmus / Büttner, U., Kremmyda, O. -- Disconjugate eye movements / Straumann, D. -- The eyelid and its contribution to eye movements / Helmchen, C., Rambold, H. -- Mechanics of the orbita / Demer, J.L. -- Current models of the ocular motor system / Glasauer, S. -- Therapeutic considerations for eye movement disorders / Straube, A.
  • Neuro-ophthalmology 2011, ScienceDirect
    Anatomy and physiology of the afferent visual system / S. Prasad and S.L. Galetta -- The anatomy and physiology of the ocular motor system / A.K.E. Horn and R.J. Leigh -- The neuro-ophthalmological examination / J.C. Rucker, C. Kennard, and R.J. Leigh -- Retinal disorders / K. Landau and M. Kurz-Levin -- Abnormalities of the optic disc / A.A. Sadun and M.Y. Wang -- Lesions of the optic nerve / E.J. Atkins, N.J. Newman and V. Biousse -- The optic chiasm / D. Kidd -- Disorders of the optic tract, radiation, and occipital lobe / J.A. Fraser, N.J. Newman and V. Biousse -- Disorders of higher visual processing / J.J.S. Barton -- Rehabilitative techniques / S. Trauzettel-Klosinski -- Infranuclear ocular motor disorders / C.J. Lueck -- Nuclear, internuclear, and supranuclear ocular motor disorders / C. Pierrot-Deseilligny -- Nystagmus and saccadic intrusions / M.J. Thurtell and R.J. Leigh -- Disorders of higher gaze control / C. Kennard -- Normal and abnormal lid function / J.C. Rucker -- Disorders of the pupil / H. Wilhelm -- Neuro-ophthalmology of orbital disease / G.E. Rose and D.H. Verity -- Functional neuro-ophthalmology / N.R. Miller.
  • The neuro-ophthalmic examination -- Funduscopic examination -- Visual fields -- Ancillary testing commonly used in neuro-ophthalmology -- Visual loss : an overview -- Transient visual loss -- Retinal vascular diseases -- Optic neuropathies -- Disc edema -- Disorders of higher cortical function -- Abnormal visual perceptions : hallucinations and illusions -- The pupil -- Diplopia -- Orbital syndrome -- Cavernous sinus and orbital vascular disorders -- Nystagmus and other ocular oscillations -- Disorders of the eyelid -- Nonorganic neuro-ophthalmic symptoms and signs -- Diagnosis of headache and facial pain -- Disorders commonly encountered in neuro-ophthalmology.
  • The philosophy of treatment of uveitis : past, present and future / Kruh, J., Foster, C.S. -- The gold standard of noninfectious uveitis : corticosteroids / Lehoang, P. -- Corticosteroid-sparing agents : conventional systemic immunosuppressants / Kruh, J., Foster, C.S. -- Corticosteroid-sparing agents : new treatment options / Tomkins-Netzer, O., Taylor, S.R.J., Lightman, S. -- Mycophenolate mofetil use in the treatment of noninfectious uveitis / Klisovic, D.D. -- Anti-tumor necrosis factor : agents in noninfectious uveitis / Gueudry, J., LeHoang, P., Bodaghi, B. -- New biologic drugs : anti-interleukin therapy -- Tappeiner, C. ... [et al.] -- Interferon / Deuter, C., Stübiger, N., Zierhut, M. -- Rituximab for the treatment of noninfectious uveitis / Miserocchi, E., Modorati, G. -- Intravitreal injection therapy in the treatment of noninfectious uveitis / Modorati, G., Miserocchi, E. -- Corticosteroid intravitreal implants / de Smet, M.D. -- New treatment options for noninfectious uveitis / Gomes Bittencourt, M. ... [et al.].
  • Nutrition and the eye 2005, Karger
    Chemopreventive compounds in the diet / Schreier, P. -- Vitamin C, vitamin E and flavonoids / Janisch, K.M. ... [et al.] -- Macular carotenoids: lutein and zeaxanthin / Stahl, W. -- Selenium, selenoproteins and vision / Flohé, L. -- Nutritional supplementation to prevent cataract formation / Meyer, C.H.; Sekundo, W. -- Nutrition and retina / Schmidt-Erfurth, U.
  • OCT in AMD 2009, Springer
  • This book a conjoint effort of ocular oncologists, general oncologists, and pathologists is a comprehensive source of authoritative information on the subject of ocular and adnexal lymphoma. It covers all aspects, including clinical features, classification, epidemiology, diagnostic evaluation, biopsy techniques, histology and molecular pathology, staging procedures, and treatment methods. Detailed information is provided on primary vitreoretinal and adnexal lymphomas and chapters are also included on rare variants such as T cell lymphoma and reactive lymphoid hyperplasia of the ocular adnexa. The emphasis throughout is on easy readability, and the layout ensures rapid retrieval of information. In order to convey fundamental concepts, numerous tables, clinical photographs, histopathologic microphotographs, and imaging studies (fluorescein and indocyanine angiograms, ultrasonograms, CT scans, and MR images) are included.
  • Ocular angiogenesis 2006, Springer
    Angiogenic diseases -- Age-related macular degeneration / Curtis L. Hagedorn and Ron A. Adelman -- Endogenous angiogenic inhibitors in diabetic retinopathy / Jian-Xing Ma and Sarah X. Zhang -- Corneal angiogenesis / Trevor R. Carmichael -- Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy / Nahoko Ogata and Kanji Takahashi -- Myopic choroidal neovascularization / Kyoko Ohno-Matsui and Takashi Tokoro -- Mechanisms of the formation and stability of retinal blood vessels / Jonathan Stone, Trent Sandercoe, and Jan Provis -- Neovascular glaucoma / James C. Tsai and M. Bruce Shields -- Eales' disease / Jyotirmay Biswas -- Angiogenesis and ocular tumorigenesis / Nader Sheibani and Daniel M. Albert -- Genetics of ocular vascular disease / Jacquie Greenberg, Ari Ziskind, and Stephen P. Daiger -- Endogenous promoters and inhibitors of angiogenesis -- Vascular endothelial growth factor and retinal diseases / Sam Dahr and Karl G. Csaky -- The role of fibroblast growth factors in ocular angiogenesis / Andreas Bikfalvi and Sophie Javerzat -- Control of neovascularization and cell survival in the eye by PEDF / Joyce Tombran-Tink and Colin J. Barnstable -- Thrombospondin: guarding the clear view / Arin Aurora and Olga V. Volpert -- Regulation of ocular angiogenesis by matrix proteases and tissue inhibitors of metalloproteinases / Bela Anand-Apte -- Integrins in ocular angiogenesis / Matthew R. Ritter and Martin Friedlander -- Ocular inflammation and neovascularization / Chi-Chao Chan and Robert B. Nussenblatt -- Therapeutics and delivery for angiogenic eye diseases -- Anti-VEGF therapies for diseases of the retina and choroid / Ming Lu and Donald J. D'Amico -- Anecortave acetate: a novel ocular angiostatic agent / Stella M. Robertson ... [et al.] -- Gene therapy for neovascular retinopathies / Brian J. Raisler, Kenneth I. Berns, and William W. Hauswirth -- Noninvasive delivery of DNA into the eye / John M. Nickerson ... [et al.] -- Novel drug delivery systems for posterior segment ocular disease / Heather Sheardown and W. Mark Saltzman.
  • Ocular blood flow 2012, Springer
    q. Anatomy of the ocular vasculatures -- 2. Determination of ocular blood flows with the microsphere method -- 3. Laser doppler flowmetry in animals -- 4. Oxygen measurements in animals -- 5. Measurement of ocular blood flow: angiography -- 6. Measurement of retinal vessel diameters -- 7. Laser doppler techniques for ocular blood velocity and flow -- 8. Color doppler imaging -- 9. Other approaches -- 10. Systemic determinants -- 11. Local determinants -- 12. Neural control of ocular blood flow -- 13. Endothelial and adrenergic control -- 14. Retinal ischemia in relation to glaucoma and neuroprotection -- 15. Ocular blood flow in diabetes: contribution to tthe microvascular lesions of diabetic retinopathy -- 16. Age-related macular degeneration: hemodynamic changes -- 17. The role of ocular blood flow abnormalitities in the pathogenesis of glaucoma -- 18. Ocular blood flow in disease: other diseases -- 19. Systemic diseases: cardiovascular disease and ocular manifestation -- Index.
  • 1.Nanoparticulate-based therapeutics: an overview /Deepak Thassu, Kris Holt, and Gerald J. Chader --2.Eye anatomy, physiology and ocular barriers: basic considerations for drug delivery /Gerald J. Chader and Deepak Thassu --3.Animal models to evaluate nanoparticulate drug delivery systems /Vinson M. Wang, Jingsheng Tuo, and Chi-Chao Chan --4.Computer modeling for ocular drug delivery /Paul J. Missel --5.Considerations for development of ophthalmic nanotechnology-based drugs /Banu S. Zolnik, Sherizaq Baksh, and Nakissa Sadrieh --6.Blood-retinal barrier: the fundamentals /Rosa Fernandes, Andreia Gonçalves, and José Cunha-Vaz --7.Barriers to transscleral drug delivery to the retina /Alexandra Almazan ... [et al.] --8.Drug delivery to the vitreous humor /Francine Behar-Cohen --9.Transscleral and suprachoroidal drug delivery /Damian E. Berezovsky and Henry Edelhauser --10.Protein drug delivery to retina and choroid /Hogwen M. Rivers and Patrick M. Hughes --11.Transscleral drug delivery to the posterior segment of the eye /Bernard F. Godley ... [et al.] --12.Drug delivery to the suprachoroidal space /Sung Won Cho and Timothy Olsen --13.Use of nanoparticles in the treatment of age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma and other degenerative retinal diseases /Marco A. Zarbin ... [et al.] --14.Drug molecule characteristics and their impact on anterior versus posterior segment drug delivery strategies /Kay D. Rittenhouse --15.Surface modulation of nanoparticles /Deepak Thassu and Kris Holt --16.Nanoparticles for the treatment of retinal diseases / Amin Famili and Uday B. Kompella --17.Gene-based medicine for ocular diseases /Shannon M. Conley and Muna I. Naash --18.Stealth-type polymeric nanoparticles with encapsulated betamethasone phosphate for treatment of intraocular inflammation /Tsutomu Sakai, Tsutomu Ishihara, and Megumu Higaki --19.Nanotechnology-guided imaging of retinal vascular disease /Joshua R. Trantum, John S. Penn, and Ashwath Jayagopal --20.Photoresponsive polymers for ocular drug delivery /Laura A. Wells and Heather Sheardown --t21.Nanosuspensions in ocular drug delivery systems /Himanshu Bhattacharjee and Sonia Bedi.
  • Ocular surface disease 2013, ScienceDirect
  • 1Aquaporins and water transport in the cornea /Alan S. Verkman --2Roles of corneal epithelial ion transport mechanisms in mediating responses to cytokines and osmotic stress /Peter S. Reinach, José E. Capó-Aponte, Stefan Mergler, and Kathryn S. Pokorny --3Vitamin C transport, delivery, and function in the anterior segment of the eye /Ram Kannan and Hovhannes J. Gukasyan --4Mechanisms of aqueous humor formation: cellular model of aqueous flow /Chi-wai Do, Chi-wing Kong, Chu-yan Chang, Mortimer M. Civan, and Chi-ho To --5Membrane transporters: new roles in lens cataract /Paul J. Donaldson and Julie Lim --6Lens Na+, K+-ATPase /Nicholas A. Delamere and Shigeo Tamiya --7Pathophysiology of pericyte-containing retinal microvessels: roles of ion channels and transporters /Donald G. Puro --8Molecular mechanisms of the inner blood-retinal barrier transporters /Masatoshi Tomi and Ken-ichi Hosoya --9Regulation and transport in the RPE /Adnan Dibas and Thomas Yorio --10Glucose transporters in the retinal pigment epithelium /Lawrence J. Rizzolo --11Ca2+ channels in the retinal pigment epithelium: modulators of retinal pigment epithelium function and communication with neighboring tissues /Olaf Strauss -12Taurine transport pathways in the outer retina in relation to aging and disease /Ali A. Hussain and John Marshall --13P-Glycoprotein expression and function in the retinal pigment epithelium /Paul A. Constable, John G. Lawrenson, and N. Joan Abbott --14The retinal rod NCKX1 and cone/ganglion cell NCKX2 Na+/CA2+-K+ exchangers /Paul P.M Schnetkamp et al --15Excitatory amino acid transporters in the retina /Vijay Sarthy and David Pow --16Localization and function of gamma aminobutyric acid transporter 1 in the retina /Giovanni Casini --17Biochemical defects associated with genetic mutations in the retina-specific ABC transporter, ABCR, and macular degenerative diseases /Esther E. Biswas-Fiss --18Glutamate transporters and retinal disease and regulation /Nigel L. Barnett and Natalie D. Bull --19Glutamate transport in retinal glial cells during diabetes /Erica L. Fletcher and Michelle M. Ward --20The emerging significance of drug transporters and metabolizing enzymes to ophthalmic drug design /Mayssa Attar and Jie Shen --21Barriers in ocular drug delivery /Sriram Gunda, Sudharshan Hariharan, Nanda Mandava, and Ashim K. Mitra --22Ophthalmic applications of nanotechnology /Swita Raghava, Gaurav Goel, and Uday B. Kompella --23Vitamin C transporters in the retina /Vadivel Ganapathy, Sudha Ananth, Sylvia B. Smith, and Pamela M. Martin --24The plasma membrane transporters and channels of corneal endothelium /Jorge Fischbarg.
  • Ocular traumatology 2008, Springer
    Terminology of mechanical injuries: the Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology (BETT) -- Classification of mechanical eye injuries -- Predicting the severity of an eye injury: the Ocular Trauma Score (OTS) -- Counseling the injured individual and the family -- From the other side: the patient's viewpoint -- Myths and truths in ocular traumatology -- Clinical epidemiology, prevention, and rehabilitation -- Strategic thinking in ocular traumatology -- Evaluation -- Emergency management -- Conjunctiva -- Cornea -- Sclera and limbus -- Tissue prolapse -- Anterior chamber -- Iris and pupil -- Lens -- Ciliary body and choroid -- Vitreous and retina -- Trauma by blunt object: contusions -- Open glove injury: a brief overview -- Trauma by blunt object: ruptures -- Penetrating injuries and IOFBs -- Perforating injuries -- Injury involving the entire globe -- Ocular trauma in children and in elderly patients -- Endophthalmitis -- Posttraumatic glaucoma -- Hypotony -- Endoscopy -- Chemical injuries -- Electromagnetic trauma -- The effects of systemic trauma on the eye.
  • Omega-6/omega-3 essential fatty acids : biological effects / Simopoulos, A.P. -- Depression, suicide, and deficiencies of omega-3 essential fatty acids in modern diets / Hibbeln, J.R. -- Serial structural magnetic resonance imaging analysis and proton and 31-phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy to the investigation of cerebral fatty acids in major depressive disorder, Huntington's disease (chorea), and myalgic encephalomyelitis (chronic fatigue syndrome), and in forensic schizophrenic patients / Puri, B.K.; Tsaluchidu, S.; Treasaden, I.H. -- Omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid is the precursor of neuroprotectin D1 in the nervous system / Niemoller, T.D.; Stark, D.T.; Bazan, N.G. -- Docosahexaenoic acid and amyloid-[beta] peptide signaling in Alzheimer's disease / Lukiw, W.J. -- Administration of docosahexaenoic acid, uridine, and choline increases levels of synaptic membranes and dendritic spines in rodent brain / Wurtman, R.J. ... [et al.] -- An assessment of dietary docosahexaenoic acid requirements for brain accretion and turnover during early childhood / Hadley, K.B. ... [et al.] -- Variation in lipid-associated genes as they relate to risk of advanced age-related macular degeneration / SanGiovanni, J.P., Mehta, S., Mehta, S.
  • Ophthalmic pathology 2013, Springer
    Ophthalmic Pathology: A Concise Guide provides an introductory book of essential and fundamental information that will give the reader a solid foundation in ophthalmic pathology. The volume differs from the available classic and comprehensive ophthalmic pathology textbooks in its basic and simplified 'one month approach' concept. The text is rich in macroscopic and microscopic pathology images, clinical images, and bullet-point lists. Each chapter (Overview; Cornea; Conjunctiva; Eyelids; Uveal Tract; Retina; Orbit; and, Optic Nerve) includes approximately 30 color figures of common eye pathology diagnoses and also reviews the normal histology of each ocular component. An assortment of commentary related to common diagnoses and differential diagnostic considerations, clinical and pathological correlations, pearls and pitfalls, and ophthalmic pathology terminology can be found in each chapter. Other topics include: the fundamental pathology of glaucoma, trauma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and the phacomatoses; commonly used histochemical stains employed in ophthalmic pathology; and basic prosection of enucleation and evisceration specimens.
  • Antibacterial agents -- Antifungal agents -- Antiviral agents -- Anti-parasitic agents -- Anti-glaucoma agents -- Neuro-ophthalmology -- Anti-inflammatory agents -- Mydriatics, cycloplegics, and reversal agents -- Lubricants and viscoelastics -- Miscellaneous -- Anti-angiogenesis agents -- Contact lens solutions.
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  • The latest edition of Ophthalmology by Drs. Yanoff and Duker presents practical, expert, concise guidance on nearly every ophthalmic condition and procedure, equipping you to efficiently overcome whatever clinical challenges you may face. New to this edition: Apply the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease, including new drug therapies for retinal disorders; today's expanded uses of optical coherence tomography (OCT) and high-resolution imaging modalities; new corneal, cataract and refractive surgical approaches; and new developments in molecular biology and genetics, ocular surface disease, glaucoma testing, neuro-ophthalmology, uveitis, ocular tumors, and much more.
  • 1Antibacterial agents --2Antifungal agents --3Antiviral agents --4Antiparasitic agents --5Antiglaucoma agents --6Neuro-ophthalmology --7Anti-inflammatory agents --8Mydriates, cycloplegics, and reversal agents --9Lubricants and viscoelastics --10Miscellaneous conditions --11Anti-angiogenesis agents --12Contact lens.
  • Pathologic myopia 2014, Springer
    Pathological Myopia is a major cause of severe vision loss worldwide. The mechanisms for vision loss include cataract, glaucoma, retinal detachment, and above all, degeneration of the macula within the posterior staphyloma. Pathological Myopia is one of the only current books to specifically address this disease and discusses recent developments in imaging technologies and various approaches to treatments, such as laser photocoagulation, photodynamic therapy, pharmaco-therapeutic injections in the vitreous, and surgery. Complete with high-quality color images, this book is written and edited by leaders in the field and is geared towards ophthalmologists, including residents and fellows in training, glaucoma and cataract specialists, and vitreoretinal macula experts.
  • Optic Nerve: The Glaucomatous Optic Nerve -- Optic Nerve: Clinical Examination -- Optic Nerve: Heidelberg Retinal Tomography -- Optic Nerve: Scanning Laser Polarimetry -- Optic Nerve: Optical Coherence Tomography -- Optic Nerve: Comparison of Technologies -- Optic Nerve: Atypical Nerves and Nerve Findings -- IOP: The Importance of Intraocular Pressure -- IOP: Instruments to Measure IOP -- IOP: Central Corneal Thickness -- IOP: Corneal Hysteresis -- IOP: Target Pressures -- IOP: Fluctuation -- Gonioscopy: Why Do Indentation? -- Visual Fields: Visual Field Test Strategies -- Visual Fields: Fluctuation and Progression -- Visual Fields: Field Interpretation -- Other Tests in Glaucoma: Genetic Testing -- Other Testing in Glaucoma: Optic Nerve Blood Flow I -- Other Tests in Glaucoma: Optic Nerve Blood Flow II -- Other Tests in Glaucoma: Multifocal Visual Evoked Potential -- Risk Factors -- Risk Factors: The Risk Calculator - Medical Treatment: First Line Agents and Monotherapy -- Medical Treatment: The Pregnant and Nursing Woman -- Medical Treatment: Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors -- Medical Treatment: Osmotic Agents -- Medical Treatment: Neuroprotection -- Medical Treatment: Treated vs. Untreated Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension -- Medical Treatment: Adherence and Persistence -- Medical Treatment: Alternative Medicine and Glaucoma -- Procedural Treatments: Laser Trabeculoplasty -- Procedural Treatments: Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation -- Procedural Treatments: Transcleral Cyclophotocoagulation -- Procedural Treatments: Trabeculectomy -- Procedural Treatments: Perioperative Medication -- Procedural Treatments: Bleb Needling -- Procedural Treatments: Glaucoma Drainage Devices -- Procedural Treatments: New Surgical Options -- Procedural Treatments: Ex-PRESS Mini Glaucoma Shunt -- Procedural Treatments: Phacotrabeculectomy -- Procedural Treatments: Surgery in End-Stage Glaucoma -- Glaucomas: Managing Normal-Tension Glaucoma -- Glaucomas: Pseudoexfoliation Glaucoma -- Glaucomas: Pigment Dispersion Glaucoma and Angle Recession Glaucoma -- Glaucomas: Sturge Weber Syndrome -- Glaucomas: Glaucoma and the Cornea -- Glaucomas: Uveitic Glaucoma -- Glaucomas: Neovascular Glaucoma -- Pediatric Glaucoma: IOP, Axial Length, and Surgery Indications -- Pediatric Glaucoma: Glaucoma Medications and Steroids -- Pediatric Glaucoma: Angle Surgery and Glaucoma Drainage Devices -- Pediatric Glaucoma: Trabeculectomy and Glaucoma Drainage Devices -- Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Risk Factors -- Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Iridotomy -- Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Imaging -- Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Medical Therapy -- Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Surgical Management of Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma -- Complications: Hypotony -- Complications: Bleb Leaks -- Complications: Blebitis.
  • Pediatric ophthalmology 2009, Springer
  • 2008 Springer
    2010 Springer
    [Volume one contents]: -- 1. Development of ocular refraction: lessons from animal experiments -- 2. Preschool vision screening: is it worthwhile? -- 3. Modern treatment of amblyopia -- 4. Retinopathy of prematurity: molecular mechanism of disease -- 5. Screening for retinopathy of prematurity -- 6. Controversies in the management of infantile cataract -- 7. Management of infantile glaucoma -- 8. Pediatric ocular oncology -- 9. Paediatric electrophysiology: a practical approach -- 10. Clinical and molecular genetic aspects of Leber's congenital amaurosis -- 11. Childhood stationary retinal dysfunction syndromes -- 12. Childhood retinal detachment --13. Eye manifestations of intrauterine infections -- 14. Nonaccidental injury. The pediatric ophthalmologist's role.[Volume two contents]: -- pt. 1. Optic nerve -- 1. Optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis -- 2. Ischemic optic neuropathies -- 3. Optic disc drusen -- 4. Inherited optic neuropathies -- ch. 5. Optic nerve tumours -- 6. Traumatic optic neuropathy ... -- pt. 2. Investigations -- 7. Imaging the nerve fiber layer and optic disc -- 8. Functional neuroanatomy of the human visual system ... -- 9. Investigating visual function with multifocal visual evoked potentials -- pt. 3. Retinal disorders -- 10. Autoimmune retinopathies -- 11. Retinal research : application to clinical practice -- pt. 4. Systemic disease -- 12. Chorioretinal lesions in infectious diseases of neuroophthalmic interest -- 13. Giant cell arteritis -- pt. 5. Oculomotility -- 14. Cerebral control of eye movements -- 15. Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia ... -- 16. Treatment of specific types of nystagmus -- pt. 6. Rehabilitation -- 17. Rehabilitation in neuroophthamology.[Volume three contents]: -- Epidemiology of Pediatric Strabismus / Amy E. Green-Simms and Brian G. Mohney -- Changes in Strabismus Over Time: The Roles of Vergence Tonus and Muscle Length Adaptation / David L. Guyton -- A Dissociated Pathogenesis for Infantile Esotropia / Michael C. Brodsky -- The Monofixation Syndrome: New Considerations on Pathophysiology / Kyle Arnoldi -- Visual Cortex Mechanisms of Strabismus: Development and Maldevelopment / Lawrence Tychsen -- Neuroanatomical Strabismus / Joseph L. Demer -- Congenital Cranial Dysinnervation Disorders: Facts and Perspectives to Understand Ocular Motility Disorders / Antje Neugebauer and Julia Fricke -- The Value of Screening for Amblyopia Revisited / Jill Carlton and Carolyn Czoski-Murray -- The Brückner Test Revisited / Michael Gräf -- Amblyopia Treatment 2009 / Michael X. Repka -- Best Age for Surgery for Infantile Esotropia: Lessons from the Early vs. Late Infantile Strabismus Surgery Study / H. J. Simonsz, G. H. Kolling and Early vs. Late Infantile Strabismus Surgery Study Group -- Management of Congenital Nystagmus with and without Strabismus / Anil Kumar, Frank A. Proudlock and Irene Gottlob -- Surgical Management of Dissociated Deviations / Susana Gamio -- Surgical Implications of the Superior Oblique Frenulum / Burton J. Kushner and Megumi Iizuka -- Pearls and Pitfalls in Surgical Management of Paralytic Strabismus / Seyhan B. Özkan -- Modern Treatment Concepts in Graves Disease / Anja Eckstein and Joachim Esser.
  • Pediatric retina 2011, Springer
  • Pituitary apoplexy 2014, Springer
  • Ch. 1Introduction: Plasticity in the visual system: from genes to circuits --Pt. IRetinal and thalamic plasticity --Ch. 2Synaptic plasticity and structural remodeling of rod and cone cells --Ch. 3Retinal remodeling: circuitry revisions triggered by photoreceptor degeneration --Ch. 4Retinal plasticity and interactive cellular remodeling in retinal detachment and reattachment --Ch. 5Experience-dependent rewiring of retinal circuitry: involvement of immediate early genes --Ch. 6Attentional activation of cortico-reticulo-thalamic pathways revealed by Fos imaging --Pt. IICortical plasticity --Ch. 7Neuromodulatory transmitters in sensory processing and plasticity in the primary visual cortex --Ch. 8Critical calcium-regulated biochemical and gene expression programs involved in experience-dependent plasticity --Ch. 9The molecular biology of sensory map plasticity in adult mammals --Ch. 10Plasticity of retinotopic maps in visual cortex of cats and monkeys after lesions of the retina or primary visual cortex --Ch. 11Intra-cortical inhibition in the regulation of receptive field properties and neural plasticity in the primary visual cortex --Ch. 12Plasticity in V1 induced by perceptual learning --Ch. 13Investigating higher order cognitive functions in the dorsal (magnocellular) stream of visual processing --Ch. 14Dopamine-dependent associative learning of workload-predicting cues in the temporal lobe of the monkey --Pt. IIITheoretical considerations --Ch. 15Linking visual development and learning to information processing: pre-attentive and attentive brain dynamics --Ch. 16Conclusion: a unified theoretical framework for plasticity in visual circuitry.
  • Anatomy / M. Grueb -- Optical system and physiology / M. Grueb -- Lids / M. Grueb -- Lacrimal apparatus / J. Mielke -- Orbit / J.M. Rohrbach, D. Holland -- Strabismus / H.-S. Walter -- Conjunctiva / J. M. Rohrbach -- Cornea / J. Mielke -- Sclera / T. Schlote -- Choroid and iris / T. Schlote -- Lens / J.M. Rohrbach -- Glaucoma / M. Grueb -- Retina and vitreous body / F. Gelisken -- Macula / U. Schneider -- Optic nerve and optic pathway / P. Weckerle -- Drug-induced ocular side-effects / T. Schlote -- Eye diseases in developing countries / J. Mielke.
  • 1History of retinal detachment surgery /Kourous A. Rezaei, Gary W. Abrams --2Prophylaxis in fellow eye of primary retinal detachment: what not to do and what to do /Normal Byer --3Encircling operation with drainage for primary retinal detachment /Hermann D. Schubert --4Pneumatic retinopexy for primary retinal detachment /Eric R. Holz, William F. Mieler --5Vitrectomy for the primary management of retinal detachment /Stanley Chang --6Minimal segmental buckling with sponges and balloons for primary retinal detachment /Ingrid Kreissig --7Pharmacological approaches to improve surgical outcomes after retinal reattachment surgery /Mark S. Blumenkranz --8Systematic review of efficacy and safety of surgery for primary retinal detachment /Harvey Lincoff, Anne Lincoff, Marcin Stopa --9Repair of primary retinal detachment: the present state of the art and how it came about /Ingrid Kreissig, Harvey Lincoff --10Retinal detachment repair: outlook for the future /William R. Freeman --Subject index.
  • IXProfessor Kazuyuki Sasaki, MD: clinician, scientist, leader in cataract research and friend --1Lens and cataract research of the 20th century: a review of results, errors and misunderstandings --12Rick factors for nuclear lens opacification: the Reykjavik eye study --21A review of the epidemiologic evidence linking ultraviolet radiation and cataracts --32Studies on ultraviolet radiation and health effects: ocular exposure to ultraviolet radiation --40Geometrical gradients in the distribution of temperature and absorbed ultraviolet radiation in ocular tissues --60High prevalence of nuclear cataract in the population of tropical and subtropical areas --70Toxicity of ultraviolet radiation exposure to the lens expressed by maximum tolerable dose --76Assessment of ocular exposure to visible light for population studies --93The effects of protective eyewear on glare and crystalline lens transparency --104Evaluation of blue-light hazards form various light sources --113Experimental evidence for interactive effects of chronic UV irradiation and nutritional deficiencies in the lens --125Environmental temperature and cataract progression in experimental rat cataract models --135Morphological differences between lens fibers in albino and pigmented rats --143Heterogeneity of ascorbate free radical reductase in the human lens --150The effect of modification of [alpha]-crystallin by prednisolone -21-hemisuccinate and fructose 6-phosphate on chaperone activity --161Steroid-induced cataract: other than in the who animal system, in the lens culture system, androgens, estrogens and progestins as well as glucocorticoids produce a loss o transparency of the lens --169Water diffusion in the rabbit lens in vivo --176Author index --177Subject index.
  • Rb and tumorigenesis 2006, Springer
    Rb as a positive transcriptional regulator during epithelial differentiation / Chantal E. Crémisi and Linda L. Pritchard -- pRb in the differentiation of normal and neoplastic cells / Deborah Pajalunga, Grazia Camarda and Marco Crescenzi -- Regulation of DNA replication by the retinoblastoma tumor suppressor protein / Erik S. Knudsen and Steven P. Angus -- New insights into transcriptional regulation by Rb : one size no longer fits all / Peggy J. Farnham -- Regulation of Rb function by noncyclin dependent kinases / Jaya Padmanabhan and Srikumar P. Chellappan -- Diverse regulatory functions of the E2F family of transcription factors / Fred Dick and Nicholas Dyson -- Regulation of E2F-responsive genes through histone modifications / Estelle Nicolas, Laetitia Daury and Didier Trouche -- Emerging roles for the retinoblastoma gene family / Jacqueline L. Vanderluit, Kerry L. Ferguson and Ruth S. Slack -- Rb and cellular differentiation / Lucia Latella and Pier Lorenzo Puri.
  • Refractive lens surgery 2005, Springer
    Ch. 1Crystalline lens as a target for refractive surgery --Ch. 2Refractive lens exchange as a refractive surgery modality --Ch. 3Biometry for refractive lens surgery --Ch. 4Intraocular lens power calculations: correction of defocus --Ch. 5IOL calculations following keratorefractive surgery --Ch. 6Correction of keratometric astigmatism: incisional surgery --Ch. 7STAAR toric IOL --Ch. 8Correction of keratometric astigmatism: AcrySof toric IOL --Ch. 9Wavefront technology of spherical aberration --Ch. 10The Eyeonics Crystalens --Ch. 11Presbyopia - cataract surgery with implantation of the accommodative posterior chamber lens ICU --Ch. 12Synchrony IOL --Ch. 13Sarfarazi elliptical accommodative intraocular lens --Ch. 14AcrySof ReStor pseudo-accommodative IOL --Ch. 15The Tecnis Multifocal IOL --16Blue-light-filtering intraocular lenses --Ch. 17The light-adjustable lens --Ch. 18Injectable polymer --Ch. 19The vision membrane --Ch. 20Bimanual ultrasound phacoemulsification --Ch. 21Low ultrasound microincision cataract surgery --Ch. 22The Infiniti Vision System --Ch. 23The Millenium --Ch. 24The Staar Sonic Wave --Ch. 25AMO Sovereign with WhiteStar Technology --Ch. 26Refractive lens exchange in high myopia: weighing the risks --Ch. 27Conclusion: the future of refractive lens surgery --Subject index.DVD:1.Transition to bimanual phaco --2.Bimanual vertical chop technique #1 --3.Bimanual vertical chop technique #2 --4.VST torn capsule --5.Bimanual post PKP post RK --6.Spinoffs of bimanual technology.
  • Trefoil factor family peptide 3 at the ocular surface / Schulze, U.; Sel, S.; Paulsen, F.P. -- Cationic amino acid transporters and [beta]-defensins in dry eye syndrome / Jäger, K. ... [et al.] -- Antimicrobial peptides as a major part of the innate immune defense at the ocular surface / Garreis, F.; Gottschalt, M.; Paulsen, F.P. -- Regulation of the inflammatory component in chronic dry eye disease by the eye-associated lymphoid tissue (EALT) / Knop, N.; Knop, E. -- Intravital multidimensional real-time imaging of the conjunctival immune system / Gehlsen, U.; Hüttmann, G.; Steven, P. -- Generation of two- and three-dimensional lacrimal gland constructs / Schrader, S. ... [et al.] -- Midterm results of cultivated autologous and allogeneic limbal epithelial transplantation in limbal stem cell deficiency / Pauklin, M. ... [et al.] -- Laser scanning confocal microscopy for conjunctival epithelium imaging / Jürgens, C. ... [et al.] -- Pollen enzymes degrade human tear fluid and conjunctival cells : an approach to understanding seasonal non-allergic conjunctivitis / Rabensteiner, D.F. ... [et al.] -- Towards a new in vitro model of dry eye : the ex vivo eye irritation test / Spöler, F.; Frentz, M.; Schrage, N.F. -- The lid margin is an underestimated structure for preservation of ocular surface health and development of dry eye disease / Knop, E. ... [et al.] -- Diagnostic markers of sjögrenʹs syndrome / Witte, T. -- Hyperosmolarity of the tear film in dry eye syndrome / Messmer, E.M.; Bulgen, M.; Kampik, A. -- Novel ocular lubricant containing an intelligent delivery system: details of its mechanism of action / Springs, C.
  • 1.Cellular and molecular mechanisms of retinal angiogenesis /M.A. Behzadian et. al --2.Animal models of choroidal neovascularization /M.L. Clark, J.A. Fowler, and J.S. Penn --3.Rodent models of oxygen-induced retinopathy /S.E. Yanni, G.W. McCollum, and J.S. Penn --4.Animal models of diabetic retinopathy /T.S. Kern --5.Neovascularization in models of branch retinal vein occlusion /R.P. Danis and D.P. Bingaman --6.Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in formation of the human retinal vasculature /T. Chan-Ling --7.IGF-1 and retinopathy /L.E.H. Smith --8.Hypoxia and retinal neovascularization /B.A. Berkowitz --9.Hypoxia inducible Factor-1 and VEGF induction /A. Madan --10.The role of protein kinase C in diabetic retinal vascular abnormalities /J.K. Sun and G.L. King --11.Eph receptor tyrosine kinases: modulators of angiogenesis /J. Chen, D. Brantley-Siders, and J.S. Penn --12.Adenosine in retinal vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in oxygen-induced retinopathy /G.A. Lutty and D.S. McLeod --13.The regulation of retinal angiogenesis by cyclooxygenase and the prostanoids /G.W. McCollum and J.S. Penn --14.Extracellular proteinases in ocular angiogenesis /A. Das and P.G. McGuire --15.Oxygen-independent angiogenic stimuli /J.M. Holmes, D.A. Leske, and W.L. Lanier --16.Growth factor synergy in angiogenesis /A.V. Ljubimov --17.Pigment epithelium derived factor and angiogenesis /J. Amaral and S.P. Becerra --18.Circulating endothelial progenitor cells and adult vasculogenesis /S. Caballero, N. Sengupta, L.C. Shaw, and M.B. Grant --19.Retinopathy of prematurity /D.L. Phelps --20.Angiogenesis in sickle cell retinopathy /G.A. Lutty and D.S. McLeod --21.Diabetic retinopathy /R.N. Frank --22.Systems for drug delivery to the posterior segment of the eye /A.L. Weiner and D.A. Marsh --23.Novel therapeutic strategies for posterior segment neovascularization /D.P. Bingaman, X. Gu, A.M. Timmers, and A. Davis --24.Choroidal neovascularization in age-related macular degeneration- from mice to man /L. Berglin.
  • This book presents the current information on retinal and choroidal manifestations of systemic diseases from leading experts in the field and is intended for ophthalmologists, retina specialists, uveitis and ocular oncology specialists. The topics discussed in this book are not all inclusive, but include retinal and choroidal manifestations of AIDS, diffuse unilateral subacute neuroretinitis (DUSN), posterior pole manifestations of cycticercosis, toxocariasis, tuberculosis, toxoplasmosis, viral diseases, fungal diseases, endogenous endophthalmitis, sarcoidosis, diabetic retinopathy, and many more.
  • Retinal degenerations 2007, Springer
    Coping with retinal degeneration : a patient's view / Gordon Cousins and James Cape -- Epidemiology of age-related macular degeneration early in the 21st century / Jie Jin Wang, Paul Mitchell, and Ronald Klein -- Leber congenital amaurosis : a hereditary childhood form of blindness and a model to elucidate retinal physiology and development / Robert K. Koenekoop -- Macular degeneration : aging changes and novel therapies / Peter E. Liggett and Alejandro J. Lavaque -- Stargardt disease : from gene discovery to therapy / Rando Allikmets -- X-linked juvenile retinoschisis / Bernhard H. F. Weber and Ulrich Kellner -- Retinal degeneration in Usher syndrome / David S. Williams -- Mouse models of retinitis pigmentosa / Bo Chang ... [et al.] -- The impact of diabetes on neuronal, glial, and vascular cells of the retina : implications for the pathogenesis of diabetic retinopathy / Sylvia B. Smith -- Statins and age-related maculopathy / Gerald McGwin, Jr. and Cynthia Owsley -- The role of drusen in macular degeneration and new methods of quantification / R. Theodore Smith and Umer F. Ahmad -- RPE lipofuscin : formation, properites, and relevance to retinal degeneration / Janet R. Sparrow -- Genetic modifiers that affect phenotypic expression of retinal diseases / Malia M. Edwards ... [et al.] -- X-linked retinal dystrophies and microtubular functions within the retina / Alan F. Wright and Xinhua Shu -- Synaptic remodeling in retinal degeneration / You-Wei Peng and Fulton Wong --On the suppression of photoreceptor cell death in retinitis pigmentosa / Fiona Kernan ... [et al.] -- Cell-based therapies to restrict the progress of photoreceptor degeneration / Raymond D. Lund and Shaomei Wang -- Current status of IPE transplantation and its potential as a cell-based therapy for age-related macular degeneration and retinal dystrophies / Makoto Tamai -- Recent results in retinal transplantation give hope for restoring vision / Robert B. Aramant, Norman D. Radtke, and Magdalene J. Seiler -- Stem cells and retinal transplantation / Joanne Yau ... [et al.] -- Application of encapsulated cell technology for retinal degenerative diseases / Weng Tao and Rong Wen -- Effective treatment for the canine RPE65 null mutation, a hereditary retinal dystrophy comparable to human Leber's congenital amaurosis / Kristina Narfström, Gregory E. Tullis, and Mathias Seeliger -- The use of neuroprotective factors in retinal degenerations / Joyce Tombran-Tink and Colin J. Barnstable -- Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors as a possible therapy for RP17, an autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa associated with the R14W mutation, apoptosis, and the unfolded protein response / George Rebello, Jacquie Greenberg, and Raj Ramesar -- Macular Degeneration- an addendum / Joyce Tombran-Tink and Colin J. Barnstable.
  • Part 1. AMD: Basic Mechanisms, Inflammation and Immunity -- Part 2. Neuroprotection, Drugs and Novel Protective Therapies -- Part 3. Gene Therapy -- Part 4. Blood Vessels, Angiogenesis, and Neovascularization -- Part 5. Genotype/Phenotype -- Part 6. New Animal Models of Retinal Degeneration -- Part 7. Analysis of Retinal Degeneration by Imaging and Functional Testing -- Part 8. Mechanisms of Retinal Degeneration -- Part 9. Retinal Development, Physiology, Cell and Molecular Biology.
  • Molecular genetics and candidate genes -- Diagnostic, clinical, cytopathological, and physiologic aspects of retinal degeneration -- Animal models of retinal degeneration -- Gene therapy and neuroprotection -- Usher syndrome -- Stem cells, transplantation, and retinal repair -- Induced retinal degenerations.
  • "This book will contain the proceedings of the XV International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration (RD2012). A majority of those who will speak and present posters at the meeting will contribute to this volume. The blinding diseases of inherited retinal degenerations have no treatments, and age-related macular degeneration has no cures, despite the fact that it is an epidemic among the elderly, with 1 in 3-4 affected by the age of 70. The RD Symposium will focus on the exciting new developments aimed at understanding these diseases and providing therapies for them. Since most major scientists in the field of retinal degenerations attend the biennial RD Symposia, they are known by most as the “best” and “most important” meetings in the field. The volume will present representative state-of-the-art research in almost all areas of retinal degenerations, ranging from cytopathologic, physiologic, diagnostic and clinical aspects; animal models; mechanisms of cell death; candidate genes, cloning, mapping and other aspects of molecular genetics; and developing potential therapeutic measures such as gene therapy and neuroprotective agents for potential pharmaceutical therapy."--Publisher's website.
  • Retinal vascular disease 2007, Springer
    I. Pathogenesis of retinal vascular disease -- 1 Functional anatomy, fine structure and basic pathology -- 2 Retinal vascular development -- 3 Retinal angiogenesis and growth factors -- 4 Hematopoietic stem cells in vascular development and ocular neovascularization -- 5 Inflammation as a stimulus for vascular leakage and proliferation -- 6 The neuronal influence on retinal vascular pathology -- 7 Hypoxia in the pathogenesis of retinal disease -- 8 Blood retinal barrier -- 9 Retinal blood flow -- 10 Genetic approach to retinal vascular disease -- II. General concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of retinal vascular disease -- 11 A practical guide to fluorescein angiography -- 12 Optical coherence tomography in the diagnosis of retinal vascular disease -- 13 General concepts in laser treatment for retinal vascular disease -- 14 The role of photodynamic therapy in retinal vascular disease -- 15 Cryosurgery in retinal vascular disease -- 16 Vitrectomy in retinal vascular disease: surgical principles -- 17 Treatment of rubeotic secondary glaucoma -- 18 Intravitreal injections: guidelines to minimize the risk of endophthalmitis --III. Pathology, clinical course and treatment of retinal vascular diseases -- 19 Grading of diabetic retinopathy -- 20 Retinopathy of prematurity -- 21 Vascular occlusive disease -- 22 Vascular abnormalities -- 23 Vasculopathy after treatment of choroidal melanoma -- 24 Vasculopathies with acute systemic diseases -- 25 Inflammatory vascular disease -- 26 Hypertensive retinopathies -- 27 Sickle cell retinopathy and hemoglobinopathies -- 28 Vascular tumors of the retina.
  • Retinal vein occlusions 2012, Springer
    Anatomy and Pathologic Anatomy of Retinal Vein Occlusions --Pathophysiology of Retinal Vein Occlusions --Genetics of Retinal Vein Occlusions --Classification of Retinal Vein Occlusion --Epidemiology of Retinal Vein Occlusions --Systemic and Ocular Associations of Retinal Vein Occlusions --The Clinical Picture and Natural History of Retinal Vein Occlusions --Ancillary Testing in the Management of Retinal Vein Occlusions --Ischemia and Retinal Vein Occlusions --Posterior Segment Neovascularization in Retinal Vein Occlusion --Anterior Segment Neovascularization in Retinal Vein Occlusion --Macular Edema in Retinal Vein Occlusion --Treatment of Retinal Vein Occlusions --Retinal Vein Occlusions in the Young --Failed and Unadopted Treatments for Retinal Vein Occlusions --Case Studies in Retinal Vein Occlusion.
  • Retinoblastoma 2013, Future Med
    Clinical advances and emerging treatment strategies / Timothy G. Murray -- Laboratory discoveries in retinoblastoma / Samuel K. Houston & Timothy G. Murray -- Incidence, prevalence and epidemiology / Ricardo Garza & Dan S. Gombos -- Clinical features and diagnosis of retinoblastoma / Matthew A. Cunningham & H. Culver Boldt -- Genetics of retinoblastoma and genetic counseling / Jessica Moline & Arun D. Singh -- Anesthetic considerations for children with retinoblastoma / Jacqueline Tutiven & Michael M. Vigoda -- Radiation therapy in retinoblastoma / Shiv C. Desai, Derek M. Isrow & Arnold M. Markoe -- Chemotherapy in the management of retinoblastoma / Ziad A. Khatib & Wenliang Geng -- Retinoblastoma treatment / Samuel K. Houston & Timothy G. Murray -- Treatment of extraocular and metastatic retinoblastoma / Ira J. Dunkel & Guillermo L. Chantada -- Second malignancies and other long-term effects in retinoblastoma survivors / Annette C. Moll, Jennifer van Dijk, Machteld I. Bosscha, Charlotte J. Dommering, Pim de Graaf, W. Arjenne Kors & Flora E. van Leeuwen -- Visual rehabilitation for retinoblastoma / D/ Wilkin Parke & Aaron Gold -- Retinoblastoma in the developing world / Vikas Khetan, Sabyasachi Sengupta, Fariooz P. Manjandavida & Santosh G. Honavar -- Index.
  • Part 1 : General considerations -- Basic medical malpractice terminology -- The defense attorney -- The plaintiff's attorney -- The trial judge -- The medical expert -- Sequence of events in a medical malpractice lawsuit -- Informed consent -- The five most effective risk prevention strategies -- Revelation of adverse events and the conundrum of an apology -- Part 2 : Risk management in the ophthalmic subspecialties and related fields -- Anesthesia -- Cataract surgery -- Cornea : external disease and contact lenses -- Drugs -- Emergencies -- Glaucoma -- Neuroophthalmology -- Oncology -- Ophthalmic plastic surgery -- Pediatric ophthalmology -- Refractive corneal surgery -- Retina and vitreous -- Uveitis -- Part 3 : Personal and business considerations -- Physician and defendant : living and coping with a double life -- Medical malpractice insurance : selection of companies and policies.
  • Sclera. 2nd ed. 2012, Springer
    Structural Considerations of the Sclera --Immunologic Considerations of the Sclera --Diagnostic Approach of Episcleritis and Scleritis --Clinical Considerations of Episcleritis and Scleritis --Pathology in Scleritis --Noninfectious Scleritis --Infectious Scleritis --Noninflammatory Diseases of the Sclera --Treatment of Episcleritis and Scleritis.
  • Scrub's bible 2013, Springer
    Introduction -- The Evolution of Eye Surgery -- The Advent of Ambulatory Eye Surgery -- Anatomical Considerations -- Infection Control -- How the Patient Gets from the Front Door of the ASC to Your OR Suite -- Decorum in the OR -- Setting Up in the OR -- Contemplating Cataract Surgery -- Cataract Surgery -- Complications Encountered, Instruments at the Ready: Here Is a List of "What Ifs" and "What to Do's" -- The Surgical Tray for Cataract Surgery -- Surgeon-Specific Instruments -- Ocular Biometry -- Self-Assessment Test Cataract Surgery -- Surgical Checklist -- Corneal Surgery -- Corneal Transplantation: Penetrating Keratoplasty -- Corneal Transplantation: Keratoprosthesis -- Corneal Transplantation: Endothelial Keratoplasty -- Pterygium Surgery -- Band Keratopathy Removal -- Complications Encountered, Instruments at the Ready: Here Is a List of "What Ifs" and "What to Do's" -- The Surgical Tray for Penetrating Keratoplasty -- The Surgical Tray for Endothelial Keratoplasty -- Self-Assessment Test Corneal Surgery -- Resource Materials -- Medications List.
  • Seeing 2000, ScienceDirect
    Formation and sampling of the retinal image / Larry N. Thibos -- The receptive fields of visual neurons / Robert Shapley -- Spatial vision / Wilson S. Geisler and Duane G. Albrecht -- Color vision / Karen K. De Valois and Russell L. De Valois -- Binocular vision / Clifton Schor -- Seeing motion / Andrew Derrington -- The neural representation of shape / Jack L. Gallant -- Visual attention / Jeremy M. Wolfe.
  • Patient specific and disease specific stem cell lines have already introduced groundbreaking advances into the research and practice of ophthalmology. This volume provides a comprehensive and engaging overview of the latest innovations in the field. Twelve chapters discuss the fastest growing areas in ophthalmological stem cell research, from disease modeling, drug screening and gene targeting to clinical genetics and regenerative treatments. Innovative results from stem cell research of the past decade are pointing the way toward practicable treatments for retinitis pigmentosa, age related macular degeneration, and Stargardt disease. What future directions will stem cell research take? Researchers, graduate students, and fellows alike will find food for thought in this insightful guide tapping into the collective knowledge of leaders in the field. Stem Cells in Ophthalmology is part of the Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine series dedicated to discussing current challenges and future directions in stem cell research.
  • Surgery for the dry eye? / Geerling, G., Brewitt, H. -- The normal tear film / Tiffany, J.M. -- Functional anatomy and immunological interactions of ocular surface and adnexa / Paulsen, F. -- Classification and diagnosis of dry eye / Kaercher, T., Bron, A.J. -- Medical management of the dry eye disease / Tuft, S., Lakhani, S. -- Anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive concepts / Nölle, B. -- Correction of entropion and ectropiona / Hintschich, C. --Correction of lid retraction and exophthalmos / Baldeschi, L. -- Lacrimal drainage surgery in a patient with dry eyes / Rose, G.E. -- Surgery of the conjunctiva / Yokoi, N., Inatomi, T., Kinoshita, S. -- Surgery of the cornea : corneal, limbal stem cell, and amniotic membrane transplantation / Kruse, F.E., Cursiefe, C. -- Keratoprosthesis surgery / Liu, C. ... [et al.] -- Eyelid botulinum toxin injections for the dry eye / Sahlin, S., Linderoth, R. --Plugs for occlusion of the lacrimal drainage system / Tost, F.H.W., Geerling, G. -- Surgical occlusion of the lacrimal drainage system / Geerling, G., Tost, F.H.W. -- Mucous membrane grafting / Henderson, H.W.A., Collin, J.R.O. -- Minor salivary gland transplantation / Geerling, G., Raus, P., Murube, J.Transplantation of the major salivary glands / Geerling, G., Sieg, P. -- Mechanical pump dacryoreservoirs / Murube, J., Geerling, G. -- Clinical trials in dry eye in surgery for dry eye? / Lemp, M.A. -- Animal models of dry eye / Schrader, S., Mircheff, A.K., Geerling, G. -- Flow chart on surgical approaches to dry eye / Geerling, G., Brewitt, H.
  • There is a revolution in new glaucoma surgical techniques. New glaucoma surgical devices are taking precedence in glaucoma surgery, with the new surgeries drastically cutting down on the chances for patient infection as well as higher success rates compared to the older types of surgery. Surgical Innovations in Glaucoma is the only book of its kind written by the top experts in the field, from inventors, clinical trial investigators, and top specialists experienced with the new devices. Written for general ophthalmologists who perform glaucoma surgery, the text walks the reader through the what, where, when, and how of the new glaucoma surgical tools, and includes supplementary online how-to videos for those interested in seeing the latest glaucoma procedures performed with these devices.
  • Injectable intraocular corticosteroids / Paul A. Kurz ... [et al.] -- Intraocular corticosteroid implants / David Callanan -- Noncorticosteroid intraocular drug therapy / Francine Behar-Cohen, Jean-Louis Bourges -- Therapeutic vitrectomy for noninfectious uveitis / Kathrin Greiner, Andrew D. Dick -- Cryotherapy and laser for intermediate uveitis / Javier A. Montero, Jose M. Ruiz-Moreno -- Surgery for band keratopathy / Ruth Lapid-Gortzak ... [et al.] -- Selection of surgical technique for complicated cataract in uveitis / Mauricio Miranda, Jorge L. Alió -- Perioperative medical management / Manfred Zierhut, Peter Szurman -- Pars plana lensectomy / Emilio Dodds -- Extracellular extraction by phacoemulsification / Antoine P. Brézin, Dominique Monnet -- Selection of intraocular lenses : materials, contraindications, secondary implants / Gerd U. Auffarth -- Management of posterior synechiae, peripheral anterior synechiae, iridocorneal adhesions, and iridectomy / Yosuf El-Shabrawi -- Complications post cataract surgery in the uveitic eye / Marie-José Tassignon, Dimitrios Sakellaris -- Cataract surgery in childhood uveitis / Arnd Heiligenhaus, Carsten Heinz, Bahram Bodaghi -- Surgical management of uveitis-induced angle-closure glaucoma / Kaweh Mansouri, Tarek Shaarawy -- Surgical management of open-angle glaucoma associated with uveitis / Herbert P. Fechter, Richard K. Parrish II -- Cyclodestructive procedures / Torsten Schlote -- Macular surgery for posterior segment complications of uveitis / Janet L. Davis -- Surgical treatment of retinal vasculitis with occlusion, neovascularization or traction / Jose M. Ruiz-Moreno, Javier A. Montero -- Surgical treatment of uveitic commplications : retinal detachment / Heinrich Heimann -- Surgical management of ocular hypotony / Mark Hammer, W. Sanderson Grizzard -- Anterior chamber tap and aqueous humor analysis / Uwe Pleyer, Justus G. Garweg -- Surgery for the diagnosis of uveitis-anterior segment biopsy / Bahram Bodaghi -- Diagnostic vitrectomy / Christoph M.E. Deuter, Sabine Biester, Karl Ulrich Bartz-Schmidt -- Choroidal biopsy / Christoph M.E. Deuter, Sabine Biester, Karl Ulrich Bartz-Schmidt -- Retinal biopsy / Janet L. Davis.
  • Teleophthalmology 2006, Springer
  • Time-to-contact 2004, ScienceDirect
    Theories of time-to-contact judgment / Heiko Hecht and Geert J.P. Savelsbergh -- The biological bases of time-to-collision computation / Barrie J. Frost and Hongjin Sun -- Building blocks for time-to-contact estimation by the brain / Markus Lappe -- Predicting motion : a psychophysical study / Lucia M. Vaina, Franco Giulianini -- Collisions : getting them under control / John M. Flach ... [et al.] -- Optical information for collision detection during deceleration / George J. Andersen and Craig W. Sauer -- Interceptive action : what's time-to-contact got to do with it? / James R. Tresilian -- The information-based control of interceptive timing : a developmental perspective / Paulion van Hof, John van der Kamp and Geert J.P. Savelsbergh -- A step by step approach to research on time-to-contact and time-to-passage / David Regan and Rob Gray -- Textured Tau / Klaus Landwehr -- Multiple sources of information influence time-to-contact judgments : do heuristics accommodate limits in sensory and cognitive processes? / Patricia R. DeLucia -- How now, broad Tau? / Mary K. Kaiser and Walter W. Johnson -- The use of binocular time-to-contact information / Rob Gray and David Regan -- Interception of projectiles, from when & where to where once / Simon K. Rushton -- Acoustic information for timing / Chris Button and Keith Davids -- Why tau is probably not used to guide reaches / Geoffrey P. Bingham and Frank T.J.M. Zaal -- The use of time-to-contact information for the initiation of hand closure in natural prehension / Frank T.J.M. Zaal and Reinoud J. Bootsma -- Another timing variable composed of state variables : phase perception and phase driven oscillators / Geoffrey P. Bingham -- The fallacious assumption of time-to-contact perception in the regulation of catching and hitting / Simone Caljouw, John van der Kamp and Geert J.P. Savelsbergh -- How time-to-contact is involved in the regulation of goal-directed locomotion / Gilles Montagne ... [et al.].
  • Mapping the oculomotor system -- Neuronal signalling expression profiles of motoneurons supplying multiply or singly innervated extraocular muscle fibres in monkey -- Histochemical characterisation of trigeminal neurons that innervate monkey extraocular muscles -- Functional anatomy of the extraocular muscles during vergence -- Induced extraocular muscle afferent signals: from pigeons to people -- Monkey primary somatosensory cortex has a proprioceptive representation of eye position -- Acute superior oblique palsy in the monkey: effects of viewing conditions on ocular alignment and modelling of the ocular motor plant -- Dynamic aspects of trochlear nerve palsy -- Ocular motor nerve palsies: implications for diagnosis and mechanisms of repair -- Extraocular proprioception and new treatments for infantile nystagmus syndrome.Neural circuits for triggering saccades in the brainstem -- Brainstem circuits controlling lid-eye coordination in monkey -- Defining the pupillary component of the periocular preganglionic population with in a unitary Edinger-Westphal nucleus -- Frontal eye field signals that may trigger the brainstem saccade generator -- The role of omnipause neurons: why glycine? -- Applying saccade models to account for oscillations -- Dynamics of saccadic oscillations --- Effects of failure of development of crossing brainstem pathways on ocular motor control -- Neuronal evidence for individual eye control in the primate cMRF.Complex spike activity signals the direction and size of dysmetric saccade errors -- Role of the MST-DLPN pathway in smooth pursuit adaptation -- Lesions of the cerebellar nodulus and uvula in monkeys: effect on otolith-ocular reflexes -- Vergence eye movement signals in the cerebellar dorsal vermis -- Oculomotor anatomy and the motor-error problem: the role of the paramedian tract nuclei -- Impulsive testing of semicircular canal function -- Inter-ocular differences of the horizontal vestibulo-ocular reflex during impulsive testing -- Control of ocular torsion in the rotational vestibulo-ocular reflexes -- Do humans how velocity-storage in the vertical rVOR? -- Preserved otolith function in patients with cerebellar atrophy and bilateral vestibulopathy -- Three-dimensional kinematics of saccadic eye movements in humans with cerebellar degeneration -- Inferior olive hypertrophy and cerebellar learning are both needed to explain ocular oscillations in oculopalatal tremor -- Impulsive head rotation resets oculopalatal tremor.Human ocular following: evidence that responses to large-field stimuli are limited by local and global inhibitory influences -- Short-latency disparity vergence eye movements -- MSTd neurons during ocular following and smooth pursuit perturbation -- Neural activity in cortical areas MST and FEF in relation to smooth pursuit gain control -- Eye position and cross-sensory learning both contribute to prism adaptation of auditory space -- Hysteresis effects of the subjective visual vertical during continuous quasi-static whole-body roll rotation -- Perception of self motion during and after passive rotation of the body around an earth-vertical axis -- The freezing rotation illusion -- Geometrical considerations on canal-otolith interactions during OVAR and Bayesian modelling -- Listing's plane and the otolith-mediated gravity vector -- A reinterpretation of the purpose of the translational vestibulo-ocular reflex in human subjects -- Dynamics of binocular fixation of targets during fore-aft motion -- Differential coding of head rotation by lateral-vertical canal convergent central vestibular neurons -- Cyclovergence evoked by up-down acceleration along longitudinal axis in humans -- Oblique gaze shifts: head movements reveal new aspects of component coupling -- Head movement control during head-free gaze shifts -- Postural changes during eye-head movements -- Cortical processing in vestibular navigation -- Foot rotation contribution to trunk and gaze stability during whole-body mediated gaze shifts -- Supraspinal locomotor control in quadrupeds and humans -- Private lines of cortical visual information to the nucleus of the optic tract and dorsolateral pontine nucleus -- Gravity perception in cerebellar patients.Brain mechanisms for switching from automatic to controlled eye movements -- The frontal eye field as a prediction map -- Volition and eye movements -- Negative motivational control of saccadic eye movement by the lateral habenula -- Eye movements as a probe of attention -- Using transcranial magnetic stimulation to probe decision-making and memory -- Supplementary eye field contributions to the execution of saccades to remembered target locations -- Multiple memory-guided saccades: movement memory improves the accuracy of memory-guided saccades -- Visual vector inversion during memory antisaccades -- Predictive signals in the pursuit area of the monkey frontal eye fields -- Internally generated smooth eye movement: its dynamic characteristics and role in randomized and predictable pursuit -- Predictive disjunctive pursuit of virtual images perceived to move in depth -- Tracking in 3-D space under natural viewing condition -- Exploring the pulvinar path to visual cortex -- The role of the human pulvinar in visual attention and action.How disturbed visual processing early in live leads to disorders of gaze-holding and smooth pursuit -- Manifest latent nystagmus: a case of sensori-motor switching -- Eye hyperdeviation in mouse cerebellar mutants is comparable to the gravity-dependent component of human downbeat nystagmus -- New insights into the upward vestibulo-oculomotor pathways in the human brainstem -- Mechanisms of vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) cancellation in spinocerebellar ataxia type 3 (SCA-3) and episodic ataxia type 2 (EA-2) -- Modelling drug modulation of nystagmus -- Aminopyridines for the treatment of cerebellar and ocular motor disorders -- Baclofen, motion sickness susceptibility and the neural basis for velocity storage -- Oculomotor deficits indicate the progression of Huntington's Disease -- Eye movements in visual search indicate impaired saliency processing in Parkinson's disease -- Ocular motor anatomy in a case of interrupted saccades -- Mechanism of interrupted saccades in patients with late-onset Tay-Sachs disease -- Conjugacy of horizontal saccades -- The neuroanatomical basis of slow saccades in spinocerebellar ataxia type 2 (Wadia-subtype) -- Selective, circuit-wide sparring of floccular connections in hereditary olivopontine cerebellar atrophy with slow saccades -- A quick look at slow saccades after cardiac surgery -- Eye and head torsion is affected in patients with midbrain lesions -- Horizontal saccadic palsy associated with gliosis of the brainstem midline.
  • Vaughan & Asbury's General ophthalmology AccessMedicine, latest ed. only.
  • Development of the visual system / T. Rowan Candy -- Visual acuity in the young child / Robert H. Duckman -- Contrast sensitivity function / Karl Citek -- Refractive error / David E. FitzGerald -- Development of eye movements in infants / Jordan R. Pola -- Development of accommodation in human infants / Mark Rosenfield -- Development of binocular vision / Robert H. Duckman and Jojo W. Du -- Development of color vision in infants / Israel Abramov and James Gordon -- The pediatric case history / Robert H. Duckman and Jessica Yang -- Infant, toddler, and children's visual acuity--practical aspects / Robert H. Duckman -- Assessment of ocular health / Shoshana Bell-Craig and Robert H. Duckman -- Abnormalities of the anterior segment / Pamela Hooker -- Abnormalities of the posterior segment / Pamela Hooker -- Quantification of refractive error / Amelia G. Bartolone and Daniella Rutner -- Pediatric and adolescent contact lens correction / David P. Libassi and Ralph E. Gundel -- Evaluation of ocular motor function / Richard London -- Clinical tests of fusion and stereopsis / M.H. Esther Han and Robert H. Duckman -- Evaluation of accommodation / Ida Chung-Lock -- Pediatric color vision testing / Jay M. Cohen -- Prescribing lenses for the pediatric patient / Robert H. Duckman -- Options in strabismus / Valerie M. Kattouf -- Options in amblyopia / Valerie M. Kattouf -- Vision therapy for the very young patient / Carl Gruning, David E. FitzGerald, and Robert H. Duckman -- Development of a normal child / Robert H. Duckman and David A. Maze -- Visual concerns in the child with special needs / Barry Kran, Stacy Lyons, and Melissa Suckow.
  • Ch. 1Introduction --Ch. 2Functional organization of the visual system --Pt. IDevelopment of the visual system --Ch. 3Development of visual capabilities --Ch. 4Anatomical development of the visual system --Ch. 5Development of receptive field properties --Pt. IIAmblyopia and the effects of visual deprivation --Ch. 6Modifications to the visual input that lead to nervous system change --Ch. 7Physiological and anatomical changes that result from optical and motor deficits --Ch. 8What is amblyopia? --Ch. 9Critical periods --Pt. IIIMechanisms of plasticity --Ch. 10Concepts of plasticity --Ch. 11Mechanisms of plasticity in the visual cortex --Ch. 12Long-term potentiation and long-term depression as early steps in ocular dominance plasticity --Ch. 13Deprivation myopia and emmetropization --Glossary --Index.
  • 1Retinal prosthetic devices: the needs and future potential --2Spatial-, temporal-, and contract-resolutions obtainable with retina implants --3How to restore reading with visual prostheses --4Subretinal artificial silicon retinal microchip implantation with retinitis pigmentosa --5Development of an intraocular retinal prosthesis to benefit the visually impaired --6Development of a visual prosthesis: a review of the field and an overview of the Boston Retinal Implant Project --7The Minimally Invasive Retina Implant Project --8A retinal implant system based on flexible polymer microelectrode array for electrical stimulation --9Electrode architecture: meeting the challenge of the retina-electrode interface --10Circuit designs that model the properties of the outer and inner retina --11Visual cortex and extraocular retinal stimulation with surface electrode arrays --12Glaucoma drainage devices: advances in design and surgical techniques --13The efficacy and safety of glaucoma drainage devices --14Pellucid marginal corneal degeneration --15Artisan toric lens implantation for correction of postkeratoplasty astigmatism --16Phakic intraocular lenses for the treatment of high myopia --17A telescopic prosthetic device for patients with end-stage AMD --18The use of intracorneal ring segments for keratoconus.
  • An organ of exquisite perfection / George Ayoub -- Development of the Foveal specialization / Keely M. Bumsted O'Brien -- An update on the regulation of rod photoreceptor development / Edward M. Levine and Sabine Fuhrmann -- Photoreceptor-RPE interactions : physiology and molecular mechanisms / Silvia C. Finnemann and Yongen Chang -- Molecular biology of IRBP and its role in the visual cycle / Diane E. Borst, Jeffrey H. Boatright, and John M. Nickerson -- Regulation of photoresponses by phosphorylation / Alecia K. Gross, Qiong Wang, and Theodore G. Wensel -- The cGMP signaling pathway in retinal photoreceptors and the central role of photoreceptor phosphodiesterase (PDE6) / Rick H. Cote -- Rhodopsin structure, function, and involvement in retinitis pigmentosa / Scott Gleim and John Hwa -- Multiple signaling pathways govern calcium homeostasis in photoreceptor inner segments / Tamas Szikra and David Krizaj -- The transduction channels of rod and cone photoreceptors / Dimitri Tränkner -- Rhodopsins in Drosophila color vision / David Jukam, Preet Lidder, and Claude Desplan -- INAD signaling complex of Drosophila photoreceptors / Armin Huber and Nina E. Meyer -- Visual signal processing in the inner retina / Botir T. Sagdullaev, Tomomi Ichinose, Erika D. Eggers, and Peter D. Lukasiewicz -- Human clone spectral sensitivities and color vision deficiencies / Andrew Stockman and Lindsay T. Sharpe -- Luminous efficiency functions / Lindsay T. Sharpe and Andrew Stockman -- Cone pigments and vision in the mouse / Gerald H. Jacobs -- Multifocal oscillatory potentials of the human retina / Anne Kurtenbach and Herbert Jägle -- The aging of the retina / Caren Bellmann and José A. Sahel -- Aging of the retinal pigment epithelium / Michael E. Boulton -- Visual transduction and age-related changes in lipofuscin / Małgorzata Różanowski and Bartosz Różanowski -- A nonspecific system provides nonphotic information for the biological clock / Marian H. Lewandowski -- The circadian clock : physiology, genes, and disease / Michael C. Antle.
  • A vitrectomy is done, when the vitreous is gone! : a tribute to prof. Peter Kroll / C.H. Meyer -- To see the invisible : the quest of imaging vitreous / J. Sebag -- Historical aspects and evolution of the application of vital dyes in vitreoretinal surgery and chromovitrectomy / E.B. Rodrigues ... [et al.] -- Three simple approaches to visualize the transparent vitreous cortex during vitreoretinal surgery / J.C. Schmidt ... [et al.] -- Safety parameters for indocyanine green in vitreoretinal surgery / S. Grisanti ... [et al.] -- Toxicity of indocyanine green in vitreoretinal surgery / A. Gandorfer, C. Haritoglou, A. Kampik -- Biomechanical changes of the internal limiting membrane after indocyanine green staining / G. Wollensak --Current concepts of trypan blue in chromovitrectomy / M.E. Farah ... [et al.] -- Trityl dyes patent blue V and brilliant blue G : clinical relevance and in vitro analysis of the function of the outer blood-retinal barrier / S. Mennel ... [et al.] -- Brilliant blue in vitreoretinal surgery / H. Enaida, T. Ishibashi -- Vital staining and retinal detachment surgery / T.L. Jackson -- An experimental approach towards novel dyes for intraocular surgery / C. Haritoglou ... [et al.] -- Experimental evaluation of microplasmin : an alternative to vital dyes / A. Gandorfer.
  • Vitamin A story 2012, Karger
    Vitamin A deficiency in nineteenth century naval medicine -- Paris in the time of Francois Magendie -- Deprivation provides a laboratory -- Free but not equal -- The long, rocky road to understanding vitamins -- Milk, butter, and early steps in human trials -- Rise of the 'anti-infective vitamin' -- Vitamin A deficiency in Europe's former colonies -- Saving the children : rescue missions against strong undertow -- Night blindness among Black troops and White troops in the U.S. Civil War.
  • Vitreo-retinal surgery 2009, Springer
    Ch. 1historical overview of microincision surgery --Ch. 225-gauge instrumentation: engineering challenges and tradeoffs --Ch. 325-gauge, sutureless, trans-conjunctival vitrectomy --Ch. 4Transconjunctival 23-gauge vitrectomy --Ch. 523-gauge one-step instrumentation --Ch. 6Small gauge vitrectomy: anesthesia, incision technique and cannula removal --Ch. 7Comparison of 25-gauge Trocar/cannula wound healing and remodeling with in vivo vitrector flow analysis --Ch. 825-gauge vitreous surgery: getting started --Ch. 925-gauge macular surgery: principles and instrumentations --Ch. 1025-gauge sutureless vitrectomy for diabetic retinopathy --Ch. 11Small-gauge vitrectomy for retinal detachment --Ch. 12Perfluorocarbon-perfused 25-gauge vitrectomy --Ch. 13Primary 25-gauge vitrectomy with topical anesthesia for persistent vitreous floaters --Ch. 1425-gauge vitrectomy in infectious endophthalmitis --Ch. 1525-gauge transconjunctival sutureless vitrectomy for vitreous and retinal/choroidal biopsy --Ch. 16Uveal biopsy with 25-gauge vitrector: work in progress --Ch. 17The use of 25-gauge vitrectomy systems in the management of trauma --Ch. 18Small-gauge approach in pediatric vitreoretinal surgery --Ch. 19Combined phaco/25-gauge vitrectomy --Ch. 20Complications of 25-gauge vitrectomy --Ch. 21A comparison of 20- vs 25-gauge vitrectomy: does size matter? --Ch. 2220-gauge sutureless vitrectomy Trocar system --Ch. 2320-gauge non-cannulated sutureless vitrectomy --Ch. 24Small-gauge vitrectomy: which calliper [caliper] should we choose and when? --Ch. 25Current clinical data and future (for small-gauge vitreoretinal surgery) --Ch. 26Pearls from experts.
  • This is the second edition of a highly successful textbook that in many areas has become the preferred manual of vitreoretinal surgery. It provides a complete guide to all common vitreoretinal surgical procedures and also covers diagnosis and other aspects of management. The book is designed to allow a trainee or professional vitreoretinal surgeon to determine the best methodology in individual cases.
  • 1Presurgical evaluation and decision making --2Surgical systems and tools, anesthesia, and operating room organizations --3Vitrectomy techniques and technology for anterior segment problems --4General posterior segment techniques --525-gauge, sutureless, transconjunctival vitrectomy --6Diabetic retinopathy --7Prophylaxis of retinal breaks and scleral buckling --8Vitrectomy for retinal detachment --9Proliferative vitreoretinopathy --10Giant breaks --11Pneumatic retinopexy and office fluid-air-gas exchange --12Epimacular membranes --13Macular holes --14Submacular surgery and macular translocation --15Nonsurgical treatment of subfoveal choroidal neovascular membranes --16Intravitreal corticosteroids --17Venous occlusive disease --18Trauma --19Endophthalmitis --20Pediatric traction retinal detachments --21Pediatric traction retinal detachments --22Inadvertent penetration of the eye --23Management of suprachoroidal hemorrhage --24Complications of vitreoretinal surgery --25Surgical self-education.
  • "Written by a pioneering leader in the development of vitreoretinal surgical techniques and instruments, Vitreous Microsurgery is a comprehensive how-to guide to all vitreoretinal procedures. This thoroughly updated Fifth Edition describes many new techniques and refinements of established procedures and includes new chapters and new illustrations. More than 170 three-dimensional full-color illustrations--many by the Charles Retina Institute's resident medical artist, Byron Wood--enable surgeons to clearly visualize the techniques. The focus of the text is on the decision making process a surgeon goes through in evaluating the best course of treatment for his/her patient undergoing vitreous surgery. The book describes in detail clinically proven methods of managing the anterior and posterior segment vitreous surgery patient in a systematic manner. The text is organized in a building block approach with general methodology preceding its application to specific disease states. The book stresses algorithms for intra-operative decision making, relying on knowledge of physical principles and performed in the order of ascending risk. A companion website included with purchase offers the fully searchable text and an online image bank"--Provided by publisher.
  • V. 1 --Sect. IVisual sensory system --Sect. IIThe Autonomic nervous system --Sect. IIIThe Ocular motor system --Sect. IVThe Eyelid --Sect. VFacial pain and headache --Sect. VINonorganic disease --V. II --Sect. VIITumors --Sect. VIIIThe Phacomatoses --Sect. IXVascular disease --V. III --Sect. XDegenerative and metabolic diseases --Sect. XIInfectious, inflammatory, and demyelinating diseases.
  • Differential diagnosis of ocular symptoms -- Differential diagnosis of ocular signs -- Trauma -- Cornea -- Conjunctiva/sclera/iris/external disease -- Eyelid -- Orbit -- Pediatrics -- Glaucoma -- Neuro-ophthalmology -- Retina -- Uveitis -- General ophthalmic problems -- Imaging modalities in ophthalmology.
  • "The thoroughly revised Sixth Edition of this classic reference on ocular disease is the perfect guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders. Written in a concise outline format, this quick reference is perfect for diagnosis and management of hundreds of ocular conditions. This pocketsize manual covers from symptoms to treatment all ocular disorders likely to be encountered in the office, emergency room, or hospital setting"--Provided by publisher."The goal of the book has always been to provide a quick reference containing concise answers to diagnostic and therapeutic problems that span most of ophthalmology. The Wills Manual provides essential diagnostic tips and specific therapeutic information pertaining to eye disease. These are the issues that the ophthalmology resident, the attending ophthalmologist and the emergency room physician must deal with on a daily basis"--Provided by publisher.

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