Books by Subject
- 27-gauge vitrectomy : minimal sclerotomies for maximal results — Essentials of OCT in ocular diseases (100)
- Essentials of ophthalmology. 1st ed. — Neuro-ophthalmology illustrated. 2nd edition. (100)
- Neuro-ophthalmology illustrated. [1st ed.] — Retinal degenerative diseases-- mechanisms and experimental therapy (100)
- Retinal degenerative diseases : laboratory and therapeutic investigations — Wills Eye manual : office and emergency room diagnosis and treatment of eye disease. 6th ed. (59)
- 2007Neil J. Friedman, Peter K. Kaiser.Ch. 1 Ocular anatomy, physiology, and embryology -- Ch. 2 Basic optics -- Ch. 3 Ocular pharmacology -- Ch. 4 The eye exam -- Ch. 5 Neuro-ophthalmology -- Ch. 6 Pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus -- Ch. 7 Orbit -- Ch. 8 Lids and adnexa -- Ch. 9 Conjunctiva -- Ch. 10 Sclera -- Ch. 11 Cornea -- Ch. 12 Anterior chamber -- Ch. 13 Glaucoma -- Ch. 14 Iris -- Ch. 15 Lens -- Ch. 16 Vitreous -- Ch. 17 Retina -- App. Differential diagnosis of common ocular symptoms.
- 2011 SpringerAdam J. Cohen, David A. Weinberg, editors ; foreword by George Brian Bartley.The history of ptosis surgery -- Eyelid anatomy and physiology with reference to blephoraptosis -- Risk factor assessment prior to ptosis surgery -- Ptosis: nailing the diagnosis and considering the differential diagnosis -- Preoperative decision making in ptosis surgery -- Pseudoptosis -- Congenital ptosis -- Involutional ptosis -- Myogenic ptosis -- Myasthenia gravis -- Neurogenic blepharoptosis -- Traumatic blepharoptosis -- Anophthalmic ptosis -- Lash ptosis -- The nonsurgical treatment of ptosis -- External levator resection -- Minimal dissection, small incision ptosis correction -- Muller's muscle-conjunctival resection (posterior approach) -- Open-sky (anterior approach) Muller's muscle resection for the correction of blepharoptosis -- The Fasanella-Servat procedure for ptosis -- Full-thickness eyelid resection for blepharoptosis correction -- Frontalis suspension for the correction of blepharoptosis -- In-office surgery, anesthesia, and analgesia -- Ethnic and gender considerations in ptosis surgery -- Aesthetic considerations for the ptosis surgeon -- Challenging ptosis scenarios -- Ptosis surgery: comparing different surgical techniques -- Ptosis surgery failure and reoperation -- Complications of ptosis repair: prevention and management -- Commentary: perspective of a risk manager: 12 steps of a successful surgical encounter.
- 2007 Ovidedited by Peter J. Kertes, T. Mark Johnson.Clinical epidemiology / Hussein Hollands and Sanjay Sharma -- Health economics / Hussein Hollands and Sanjay Sharma -- Anterior segment / Ayad A. Farjo and Qais A. Farjo -- Refractive surgery / Louis E. Probst -- Clinical trials in glaucoma / Paul E. Rafuse -- Diabetic retinopathy / Dean Eliott -- Diabetic macular edema / Dean Eliott -- Proliferative diabetic retinopathy / Dean Eliott -- Clinical trials in age-related macular degeneration / Sophie J. Bakri and Peter K. Kaiser -- Treatment of central retinal vein occlusion: lessons from clinical trials / Henry Tseng and Sharon Fekrat -- Treatment of branch retinal vein occlusion: lessons from clinical trials / Henry Tseng and Sharon Fekrat -- Retinal detachment and proliferative vitreoretinopathy / Amani A. Fawzi, Jay M. Stewart, and Michael A. Samuel -- Evidence-based medicine and the treatment of endophthalmitis / Seenu M. Hariprasad and William F. Mieler -- Retinopathy of prematurity / Anna Ells -- Amblyopia / Jonathan M. Holmes, Michael X. Repka, and Raymond T. Kraker -- Uveal melanoma: approaches to management / Ernest Rand Simpson -- Optic neuritis / Jonathan D. Trobe -- Thyroid eye disease / Louise A. Mawn -- Traumatic optic neuropathy / Louise A. Mawn.
- 2014 Ovidedited by Peter J. Kertes, T. Mark Johnson."Now in a revised and updated Second Edition, this handy guide to eye care uses evidence from the latest clinical trials to deliver practical advice directly applicable to the challenges of daily ophthalmic practice. Helpful illustrations and tables support the text and improve outcomes, summarizes the major clinical trials in ophthalmology that support the current standard of care. Practical focus helps readers apply research findings to day-to-day practice. Logical organization guides readers from general epidemiology to disease-specific sections. Broad scope addresses the full range of ophthalmologic subspecialties--from treatment of corneal defects, glaucoma, and cataracts to management of vitreo-retinal disorders. NEW in the Second Edition ... Results from the latest clinical trials let readers put current findings into practice. Coverage of new pharmacologic agents broadens therapeutic choices. Three new chapters address arterial occlusive disease, non-exudative age-related macular degeneration, and biostatistics"--Provided by publisher.
- 2010 Kargervolume editors, H.-P. Hammes, M. Porta.Clinical presentations and pathological correlates of retinopathy / T. Bek -- Retinal vascular permeability in health and disease / V. Poulaki -- In vivo models of diabetic retinopathy / L. Zheng, T.S. Kern -- Pericyte loss in the diabetic retina / F. Pfister, J. Lin, H.-P. Hammes -- Neuroglia in the diabetic retina / A. Bringmann, A. Reichenbach -- Regulatory and pathogenic roles of Müller glial cells in retinal neovascular processes and their potential for retinal regeneration / G.A. Limb, H. Jayaram -- Growth factors in the diabetic eye / R. Simó, C. Hernández -- Balance between pigment epithelium-derived factor and vascular endothelial growth factor in diabetic retinopathy / N. Ogata, J. Tombran-Tink -- The renin-angiotensin system in the eye / K. Strøder, T. Unger, U.M. Steckelings -- Interactions of leukocytes with the endothelium / T. Chavakis -- Stem and progenitor cells in the retina / N. Sengupta ... [et al.] -- Current approaches to retinopathy as a predictor of cardiovascular risk / N. Cheung, G. Liew, T.Y. Wong.
- 2016 ClinicalKeyJohn V. Forrester, Andrew D. Dick, Paul G. McMenamin, Fiona Roberts, Eric Pearlman.1. Anatomy of the eye and orbit -- 2. Embryology and early development of the eye and adnexa -- 3. Genetics -- 4. Biochemistry and cell biology -- 5. Physiology of vision and the visual system -- 6. General and ocular pharmacology -- Immunology -- 7. Microbial infections of the eye -- 8. Pathology.
- 2008John V. Forrester, Andrew D. Dick, Paul G. McMenamin, Fiona Roberts.Anatomy of the eye and orbit -- Embryology and early development of the eye and adnexa -- Genetics -- Biochemistry and cell biology -- Physiology of vision and the visual system -- General and ocular pharmacology -- Immunology -- Microbiology and infection -- Pathology.
- 2009 Kargervolume editors, Timm Bredehorn-Mayr, Gernot I.W. Duncker, W. John Armitage.Corneal grafting and banking / Ehlers, N., Hjortdal, J., Nielsen, K. -- European Eye Bank Association / Jones, G.L.A. ... [et al.] -- Donor selection, retrieval and preparation of donor tissue donor selection / Borderie, V.M. -- Organ culture preservation for corneal tissue technical and quality aspects / Pels, E., Rijneveld, W.J. -- Endothelial evaluation in the cornea bank / Schroeter, J., Rieck, P. -- Cryopreservation for corneal storage / Armitage, W.J. -- Quality management in European eye banks / Toniolo, M. ... [et al.] -- Allocation of corneas in Europe / Bokhorst, A.G., Dorrepaal, C.A. -- Preparation and preservation of amniotic membrane / Dekaris, I., Gabrić, N. -- Preparation and use of human sclera grafts in ophthalmic surgery / Töteberg-Harms, M., Bredehorn-Mayr, T. -- Culturing of retinal pigment epithelium cells / Valtink, M., Engelmann, K. -- Costs and financing : a cost calculation of an up-to-date eye bank in Germany / Böhringer, D. ... [et al.] -- Practical implications of the law on tissues for cornea banks in Germany / Hauswald, C., Bredehorn-Mayr, T. -- European Association of Tissue Banks / Cahane, M., Van Baare, J.Also available: Print – 2009
- 2015 SpringerSteffen Heegaard, Hans Grossniklaus, editors.This book is a comprehensive, in-depth, and up-to-date resource on eye pathology that will be of great practical value for ophthalmic and general pathologists and ophthalmologists. Congenital abnormalities, inflammatory conditions, infections, injuries, degenerative diseases, and tumors are all covered with the aid of more than 700 images. In the case of tumors, the wide variety of neoplasms that occur in the eyelid, conjunctiva, retina, uveal tract, lacrimal gland and sac, orbit, and optic nerve are comprehensively reviewed, and the most recent knowledge on the relation between genetics and prognosis is presented. Entries on specific diseases are organized in a standard way, with information on etiology, epidemiology, clinical presentation, pathological characteristics, differential diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis. The authors are all recognized experts and members of the European and American ophthalmic pathology societies.
- 2014 SpringerArnab Biswas.Eyelid tumors are commonly encountered by oculoplastic as well as plastic surgeons. The challenge of managing these cases lies not only in performing the surgery in a precise manner in small area, but also in ensuring a visually-appealing cosmetic outcome. This is an innovative and concise portable handbook that guides the surgeons on how to approach and manage these cases in a step-by-step manner. Each chapter of this practical guidebook has outstanding illustrations drawn in full color clearly showing each incision line, flap management, suture placement and its technique, and the expected cosmetic outcome. When a lid tumor is excised, there is a tissue defect that needs to be corrected. Ophthalmologists and plastic surgeons will find this work an excellent reference material to solve the jigsaw puzzle of tissue defects in and around the periorbital region. Importantly, they can quickly refer to the images just before starting a procedure. The author has first explained the anatomical aspects and anesthetic techniques for eyelid surgery, followed by review of the benign and malignant tumors, finally describing the flap creation and reconstruction techniques that are currently used in various lid tumors in an organized fashion.
- 2012 Kargervolume editors, Charles V. Biscotti, Arun D. Singh.History, indications, technique and limitations / Singh, A.D. ... [et al.] -- Cytological preparation / Brainard, J.A., Biscotti, C.V. -- Uveal metastases / Biscotti, C.V., Singh, A.D. -- Uveal lymphoma / Chute, D.J., Biscotti, C.V., Singh, A.D. -- Uveal melanoma : diagnostic features / Biscotti, C.V., Singh, A.D. -- Uveal melanoma : prognostication / Turell, M.E. ... [et al.] -- Vitreous biopsy : specimen preparation and interpretation / Coupland, S.E. -- Fine needle aspiration biopsy of retinal tumors / Ali, M.J. ... [et al.] -- Fine needle aspiration cytology in orbital tumors / Seregard, S., Tani, E. -- Future of ophthalmic fine needle aspiration biopsy / Singh, A.D., Dolan, B., Biscotti , C.V.
- 2014 SpringerRobert Enzenauer, William Morris, Thomas O'Donnell, Jill Montrey.This practical manual reviews historical concepts, contemporary research, and diagnostic techniques for functional visual disorders. Functional Ophthalmic Disorders: Ocular Malingering and Visual Hysteria is a how-to manual that is written for the practicing ophthalmologist and optometrist, complete with color photos that allow the reader to see pictures of select conditions and diagnostic testing. In addition to the photos, videos are provided online to illustrate simulated testing and results on a mock patient to assist in the differential diagnosis. Written and edited by leaders in the field, the topics include the history and characteristics of functional disorders, the differential diagnosis of ocular malingering and hysteria, and practical testing in an ophthalmologic examination to distinguish the conditions from organic disease.
- 2016 Ovid[edited by] Noemi Lois, MD, PhD, FRCS(Ed), FRCOphth, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Centre for Experimental Medicine, Institute for Clinical Sciences, Queen's University belfast, Honorary Consultant Ophthalmologist, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, John V. Forrester, MB, ChB, FRCS(E), MD(Hons), FRCS(G), FRCOphth, FRCP(G)(Hon), FMEDSci, FRSE, FSBiol, FARVO, FRANzCO, Section on Immunology and Infection, Division of Applied Medicine, School of Medicine and Dentistry, The Institute of Medical Scineces, Fosterhill, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom, Ocular Immunology Program, Centre for Ophthalmology and Visual Science, The University of Western Australia, Centre for Experimental Immunology, Lions Eye Institute, Newlands, Western Australia, Australia.Section I. Basic Science -- Chapter 1. Lipofuscin of the retinal pigment epithelium -- Chapter 2. Lipofuscin: the origin of the autofluorescence signal -- Chapter 3. Lipofuscin and autofluorescence in experimental animal models -- Chapter 4. Imaging techniques of fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 5. Near-infrared fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 6. Interpreting fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 7. Quantifying fundus autofluorescence -- Section II. Clinical Science -- Chapter 8. The normal distribution of fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 9. Fundus autofluorescence in age-related macular disease -- Chapter 10. Fundus autofluorescence in inherited retinal dystrophies -- Chapter 11. Fundus autofluorescence in diabetic retinopathy -- Chapter 12. Fundus autofluorescence in retinal artery occlusion -- Chapter 13. Fundus autofluorescence in retinal vein occlusion -- Chapter 14. Fundus autofluorescence in pathological myopia -- Chapter 15. Fundus autofluorescence in macular telangiectasia Type 2 -- Chapter 16. Fundus autofluorescence in cystoid macular edema -- Chapter 17. Fundus autofluorescence in posterior uveitis -- Chapter 18. Central serous chorioretinopathy -- Chapter 19. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum -- Chapter 20. Fundus autofluorescence in vitreoretinal diseases -- Chapter 21. Fundus autofluorescence in intraocular tumors -- Chapter 22. Fundus autofluorescence in toxic retinopathies.
- v.1-2=, 2012 ClinicalKeyAnita Agarwal.v. 1. Normal macula -- Imaging and electrophysiological studies -- Diseases causing exudative and hemorrhagic detachment of the choroid, retina and retinal pigment epithelium -- Folds of the choroid and retina -- Heredodystrophic disorders affecting the pigment epithelium and retina -- Macular dysfunction caused by retinal vascular diseases -- Macular dysfunction caused by vitreous and vitreoretinal interface abnormalities -- Traumatic retinopathy -- v. 2. Toxic diseases affecting the pigment epithelium and retina -- Infectious diseases of the retina and choroid -- Inflammatory diseases of the retina -- Tumors of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) -- Neoplastic diseases of the retina -- Neoplastic diseases of the choroid -- Optic nerve diseases that may masquerade as macular diseases.
- 2015 SpringerElizabeth P. Rakoczy, editor.In this book, leading experts provide detailed descriptions of the exciting treatments that are expected to become part of the ophthalmologist?s arsenal within the next 10?20 years. The treatments discussed relate to a wide variety of conditions, including macular degeneration, Leber?s congenital amaurosis, retinitis pigmentosa and choroideremia. The authors explain clearly how different gene and cell therapies work and provide first-hand accounts of the difficulties that they have faced in bringing these technologies to clinical trial, such as issues relating to funding and ownership. Results achieved to date are presented, and the further steps required before the treatment in question can become a routine option are considered. Gene- and Cell-Based Treatment Strategies for the Eye is unique in showing the organic development of cutting-edge science into potential treatments for eye disease without compromising on accurate reporting of scientific facts. It will persuade the average practitioner or researcher ? whether ophthalmologist, health worker, or scientist ? that change is indeed coming and is not just a hollow promise of the tabloid media.
- Asbury, Taylor; Cunningham, Emmett T.; Riordan-Eva, Paul; Vaughan, Daniel; Whitcher, John.Also available: Print – 2004-<2011>
- 2003 Kargervolume editors, B. Wissinger, Susanne Kohl, U. Langenbeck.A glimpse into genomeland / Langenbeck, U. -- Epidemiology of hereditary ocular disorders / Rosenberg, T. -- Interactions of genes and environment in myopia / Feldkämper, M., Schaeffel, F. -- A molecular perspective on corneal dystrophies / Vincent, A.L., Rootman, D., Munier, F.L., Héon, E. -- Molecular genetics of cataract / Hejtmancik, J.F., Smaoui, N. -- Progress in the genetics of glaucoma / Weisschuh, N., Schiefer U. -- LHON and other optic nerve atrophies: the mitochondrial connection / Howell, N. -- Retinitis pigmentosa: genes, proteins and prospects / Hims, M.M., Diager, S.P., Inglehearn, C.F. -- Bardet-Biedl syndrome and Usher syndrome / Koenig, R. -- Genetic defects in vitamin A metabolism of the retinal pigment epithelium / Thompson, D.A., Gal, A. -- Genetics of macular dystrophies and implications for age-related macular degeneration / Klaver, C.C.W., Allikmets, R. -- Genetics of color vision deficiencies / Deeb, S.S., Kohl, S. -- Gene therapy and animal models for retinal disease / Dejneka, N.S., Rex, T.S., Bennett, J. -- Support for patients loosing [sic] sight / Trauzettel-Klosinski, S., Hahn, G.0A. - Author index -- Subject index.Also available: Print – 2003
- 2009 SpringerAndrew G. Lee and Hilary A. Beaver, editors.Scope of the problem and demographic shift in population: visual disease incidence and prevalence in the elderly population -- Refractive error in the geriatric population -- Cataracts and cataract surgery -- Glaucoma in the elderly -- Diabetic retinopathy and its management -- Age-related macular degeneration and its management -- Low vision: when vision fails -- Visual loss and depression -- Visual loss and dementia -- Visual loss and hearing loss -- Visual loss and falls -- Elder abuse -- Functional impairment and visual loss -- The research agenda-setting project (RASP) -- Screening for comorbidities -- Refer comorbidities.
- v. 2-3, 2006-09. Springer2009 Springereditors: Franz Grehn, Robert Stamper.Provides a picture of recent progress in the field of glaucoma.Also available: Print – 2006-2009
- 2008 ScienceDirectedited by Carlo Nucci, Luciano Cerulli, Neville N. Osborne and Giacinto Bagetta1. Epidemiology of primary glaucoma: prevalence, incidence, and blinding effects -- 2. Predictive models to estimate the risk of glaucoma development and progression -- 3. Intraocular pressure and central corneal thickness -- 4. Angle-closure: risk factors, diagnosis and treatment -- 5. Early diagnosis of glaucoma -- 6. Monitoring glaucoma progression -- 7. Standard automated perimetry and algorithms for monitoring glaucoma progression -- 8. Short-wavelength automated perimetry and frequency-doubling technology perimetry in glaucoma -- 9. Scanning laser polarimetry and confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy: technical notes on their use in glaucoma -- 10. The role of OCT in glaucoma management -- 11. Functional laser Doppler flowmetry of the optic nerve: physiological aspects and clinical applications -- 12. Advances in neuroimaging of the visual pathways and their use in glaucoma -- 13. Primary open angle glaucoma: an overview of medical therapy -- 14. The treatment of normal-tension glaucoma -- 15. The management of exfoliative glaucoma -- 16. Laser therapies for glaucoma: new frontiers -- 17. Modulation of wound healing during and after glaucoma surgery -- 18. Surgical alternative to trabeculectomy -- 19 Modern aqueous shunt implantation: future challenges -- 20. Model systems for experimental studies: retinal ganglion cells in culture -- 21. Rat models for glaucoma research -- 22. Mouse genetic models: an ideal system for understanding glaucomatous neurodegeneration and neuroprotection -- 23. Clinical trials in neuroprotection. 24. Pathogenesis of ganglion "cell death" in glaucoma and neuroprotection: focus on ganglion cell axonal mitochondria -- 25. Astrocytes in glaucomatous optic neuropathy -- 26. Glaucoma as a neuropathy amenable to neuroprotection and immune manipulation -- 27. Oxidative stress and glaucoma: injury in the anterior segment of the eye -- 28 TNF-alpha signaling in glaucomatous neurodegeneration -- 29. Involvement of the Bc12 gene family in the signaling and control of retinal ganglion cell death -- 30. Assessment of neuroprotection in the retina with DARC -- 31. Potential roles of (endo)cannabinoids in the treatment of glaucoma: from intraocular pressure control to neuroprotection -- 32. Glaucoma of the brain: a disease model for the study of transsynaptic neural degeneration -- 33. Changes of central visual receptive fields on experimental glaucoma -- 34. Targeting excitotoxic/free radical signaling pathways for therapeutic intervention in glaucoma -- Stem cells for neuroprotection in glaucoma -- 36. The relationship between neurotrophic factors and CaMKII in the death and survival of retinal ganglion cells -- 37. Evidence of the neuroprotective role of citicoline in glaucoma patients -- 38. Neuroprotection: VEGF, IL-6, and clusterin: the dark side of the moon -- 39. Rational basis for the development of coenzyme Q10 as a neurotherapeutic agent for retinal protection -- 40. 17Beta-estradiol prevents retinal ganglion cell loss induced by the acute rise of intraocular pressure in rat.
- 2010 SpringerPaul N. Schacknow, John R. Samples, editors.Glaucoma in the twenty-first century -- An evidence-based approach to glaucoma care -- Glaucoma risk factors: intraocular pressure -- Glaucoma risk factors: fluctuations in intraocular pressure -- Glaucoma is a 24/7 disease -- Continuous monitoring of intraocular pressure -- Aqueous veins and open angle glaucoma -- Glaucoma risk factors: the cornea -- Glaucoma risk factors: family history-the genetics of glaucoma -- Glaucoma risk factors: ethnicity and glaucoma.
- 2016 SpringerAntonio Ferreras, editor.Standard Automated Perimetry -- Gonioscopy -- Measurement of Intraocular Pressure -- Clinical Applications of Ultrasound Biomicroscopy in Glaucoma -- Retrobulbar Ocular Blood Flow Evaluation in Open Angle Glaucoma -- Optic Nerve Head Assessment and Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Evaluation -- Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopy (HRT) -- Detection of Glaucoma Using Scanning Laser Polarimetry -- Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) -- Measuring Hemoglobin Levels in the Optic Nerve Head for Glaucoma Management -- Structure & Function Relationship in Glaucoma -- Assessment of Structural Glaucoma Progression.
- 2015 ClinicalKey[editors] Tarek M. Shaarawy, Mark B. Sherwood, Roger A. Hitchings, Jonathan G. Crowston.As the irreversible effects of glaucoma can lead to blindness, there is high demand for early diagnosis and an ongoing need for practitioners to adopt new and evolving medical and surgical treatment options to improve patient outcomes. Glaucoma, Second Edition is the most comprehensive text and online resource in the field delivering expert guidance for the most timely and effective diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma - aimed at specialists, fellows and general ophthalmologists. More than 300 contributors from six continents provide a truly global perspective and explore new approaches in this user friendly reference which has been updated with enhanced images, more spotlights, new videos, and more.
- 2012 Kargervolume editors, Paolo Bettin, Peng Tee Khaw.Enhanced trabeculectomy : the Moorfields Safer Surgery System / Khaw, P.T. ... [et al.] -- Deep sclerectomy / Roy, S.; Mermoud, A. -- Glaucoma drainage implant surgery / Aref, A.A.; Gedde, S.J.; Budenz, D.L. -- Postoperative management of penetrating and nonpenetrating external filtering procedures / Bettin, P. -- Ocular surface and external filtration surgery : mutual relationships / Baudouin, C. -- Wound healing and glaucoma surgery : modulating the scarring process with conventional antimetabolites and new molecules / Holló, G. -- Mini-drainage devices : The Ex-PRESS mini-glaucoma device / Rouse, J.M.; Sarkisian Jr, S.R. -- Laser-Assisted Techniques for Penetrating and Nonpenetrating Glaucoma Surgery / Geffen, N.; Assia, E.I. ; Melamed, S. -- Ab externo Schlemm's canal surgery : viscocanalostomy and canaloplasty / Grieshaber, M.C. -- Ab interno Schlemm's canal surgery : trabectome and I-stent / Francis, B.A.; Winarko, J. -- Surgical treatment of angle closure glaucoma / Aquino, M.C. ... [et al.] -- Management of concomitant cataract and glaucoma / Marchini, G.; Ceruti, P.; Vizzari, G. -- Surgical management of pediatric glaucoma / Ou, Y.; Caprioli, J. -- When should we give up filtration surgery : indications, techniques and results of cyclodestruction / Huang, G.; Lin, S.C.
- 2008 ClinicalKeyedited by Teresa C. Chen.Trabeculectomy -- Combined cataract and glaucoma surgery -- Bleb revision -- Ahmed valve surgery -- The Krupin eye valve with disk -- Nonvalved single-plate tube shunt procedures: Baerveldt and Molteno implants -- Double-plate Molteno implants -- The 'taco" tube shunt -- Goniotomy -- Trabeculotomy -- Goniosynechialysis -- Surgical peripheral iridectomy -- Anterior chamber washout -- Posterior sclerectomy for choroidal effusion drainage or prophylaxis -- Argon and Nd: YAG peripheral iridotomy -- Argon laser trabeculoplasty -- Selective laser trabeculoplasty -- Argon laser peripheral iridoplasty -- Transscleral diode cyclophotocoagulation -- Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation.
- 2014 SpringerRoberto Sampaolesi, Juan Roberto Sampaolesi, Jorge Zarate.This second volume in a short series on the glaucomas is devoted to the two main types of the disease, open angle glaucoma and angle closure glaucoma. The contents are based on observations and experience gained during the management of more than 40,000 hospital and 7,000 private patients, with follow-up of 10 to 50 years. The book is comprehensive in scope. All aspects of diagnosis are carefully examined, surgical indications and techniques are explained, and the role of medical treatment is evaluated. Importantly, chapters are included on topics that are frequently overlooked in other books but are important to early diagnosis, such as diurnal pressure curve, HRT, and non-conventional perimetry.
- 2012 SpringerChristoph Faschinger, Anton Hommer.Gonioscopy is a very important differential diagnostic tool that permits assessment of the anterior chamber angle and correct classification of glaucoma as a basis for specific treatment. This book clearly explains how to perform gonioscopy to best effect. The anatomy of the chamber angle is systematically described, and the impact of age, developmental disorders, and other pathologies on the chamber angle is explained. Particular attention is focused on primary and secondary open-angle and angle-closure glaucomas. In each case, the role of gonioscopy in evaluating the chamber angle is described with the help of many photographs and illustrations. The importance of knowledge of the chamber angle for laser treatment and surgery is fully explained, and the impact of medications is discussed. The practitioner will find in Gonioscopy all the information required to use the technique effectively in diagnosis and treatment.
- 2015 SpringerRebecca S. Bahn, editor.This indispensable volume is designed to facilitate the best possible physician?patient discussion on Graves? disease by providing the most up-to-date evidence-based information in a clinically useful and patient-centric manner. Comprehensive and covering such topics as Professionalism and the Art of Patient-centric Thyroidology, the Immunopathogenesis of Graves? Disease, and the Diagnosis and Management of Thyroid Storm, the book addresses all the important refinements in the treatment of Graves? disease in recent years. These include new indications and contraindications for antithyroid drugs, improved approaches to radioactive iodine therapy, the development of novel surgical techniques, and a better understanding of the combined use of these modalities, among other developments. Also addressed are the advances in the treatment of GO, including the use of disease activity and severity assessments to inform management decisions and the completion of the first randomized controlled therapeutic trials. Developed by a renowned group of internationally respected authorities, Graves? Disease: A Comprehensive Guide for Clinicians is a significant new reference that will be of great interest to all clinicians who treat this debilitating condition.
- 2007 SpringerRichard D. Semba.Nutrition blindness: vitamin A deficiency disorders -- Cataract -- Age-related macular degeneration -- The obesity epidemic: implications for eye health -- Nutrition and diabetic retinopathy -- Retinal vascular disease -- Nutritional amblyopia and B vitamin complex deficiencies -- Zinc and eye health -- Vitamin C and eye health -- The age-related proinflammatory state and eye disease -- Essential fatty acids and visual development in infants -- Inborn errors of metabolism.
- 2006 Springeredited by Kenneth W. Wright, Peter H. Spiegel.1 Embryology / Cynthia S. Cook, Kathleen K. Sulik, and Kenneth W. Wright - 2 Breaking the news: the role of the physician / Nancy Chernus-Mansfield -- 3 Chromosomal anomalies and the eye / J. Bronwyn Bateman -- 4 Craniofacial syndromes and malformations / Marilyn T. Miller and Anna Newlin -- 5 Connective tissue, skin, and bone disorders / Elias I. Traboulsi -- 6 Neurocutaneous syndromes / Maria A. Musarella -- 7 Metabolic diseases / Lois J. Martyn -- 8 Selected genetic syndromes with ophthalmic features / Natalie C. Kerr and Enikö Karman Pivnick -- Infectious diseases / R. Christopher Walton, Roger K. George, and Alissa A. Craft -- 10 Ocular manifestations of inherited diseases / Maya Eibschitz-Tsimhoni.
- 2006 Springeredited by Kenneth W. Wright, Peter H. Spiegel, Lisa S. Thompson ; illustrators, Timothy C. Hengst, Susan Gilbert, Faith Cogswell.1 Embryology / Cynthia S. Cook, Kathleen K. Sulik, and Kenneth W. Wright -- 2 Pediatric neuro-ophthalmology examination / Edward G. Buckley -- 3 The pediatric low-vision patient / Anne Frances Walonker -- 4 Breaking the news: the role of the physician / Anne Chernus-Mansfield -- 5 Ocular motility disorders / Mitra Maybodi, Richard W. Hertle, and Brian N. Bachynski -- 6 Congenital optic nerve abnormalities / Paul H. Phillipps and Michael C. Brodsky -- 8 Brain lesions with ophthalmologic manifestations / Michael X. Repka -- 9 Nystagmus and ocular oscillations in infancy and childhood / Richard W. Hertle -- 10 Neurodegenerative conditions of ophthalmic importance / Mark S. Borchert and Sarah Ying -- 11 Neurocranial defects with neuro-ophthalmic significance / Ronald M. Minzter and Edward G. Buckley -- 12 Management of common pediatric neuro-ophthalmology problems / James W. McManaway III and Dean J. Bonsall.
- 2006 Springeredited by Kenneth Wright, Peter H. Spiegel, Lisa S. Thompson.1 Pediatric visual electrophysiology / Anthony Kriss and Dorothy Thompson -- 2 The pediatric low-vision patient / Anne Frances Walonker -- 3 Breaking the news: the role of the physician / Nancy Chernus-Mansfield -- 4 Heritable disorders of RPE, Bruch's membrane / Arlene V. Drack -- 5 Retinitis pigmentosa and associated disorders / Arlene V. Drack and Alan E. Kimura -- 6 Disorders of the vitreous and vitreoretinal interface / David M. Brown and Thomas W. Weingeist -- 7 Retinal vascular disorders / Richard M. Feist, Christopher F. Blodi, and Peter H. Spiegel -- 8 Nonvascular hamartomas / Chittaranjan V. Reddy and Arlene V. Drack -- 9 Retinoblastoma and other malignant intraocular tumors / A. Linn Murphree and Laurie E. Christensen -- 10 Retinopathy of prematurity / Richard R. Ober, Earl A. Palmer, Arlene V. Drack, and Kenneth W. Wright -- 11 Infectious, inflammatory, and toxic diseases of the retina and vitreous / William L. Haynes, Jose S. Pulido, and Peter H. Spiegel l-- 12 Myopia / Arlene V. Drack -- 13 Patterns of retinal diseases in children / Arlene V. Drack.
- 2006 Springeredited by Kenneth W. Wright, Peter H. Spiegel.Pediatric eye examination / Ann U. Stout -- 2 Anatomy and physiology of eye movements / Kenneth W. Wright -- 3 Binocular vision and introduction to strabismus / Kenneth W. Wright -- 4 Visual development and amblyopia / Kenneth W. Wright -- 5 The ocular motor examination / Kenneth W. Wright -- 6 Sensory aspects of strabismus / Kenneth W. Wright -- 7 Esodeviations / Kenneth W. Wright -- 8 Exotropia / Kenneth W. Wright -- 9 Alphabet patterns and oblique / Kenneth W. Wright -- 10 Complex strabismus: restriction, paresis, dissociated strabismus, and torticollis / Kenneth W. Wright -- 11 Strabismus surgery / Kenneth W. Wright and Pauline Hong -- 12 Ocular motility disorders / Mitra Maybodi, Richard W. Hertle, and Brian N. Bachynski -- 13 Optical pearls and pitfalls / David L. Guyton, Joseph M. Miller, and Constance W. West.
- 2014 ClinicalKey[edited by] Jay S. Duker, Nadia K. Waheed and Darin R. Goldman.Scanning Principles -- Basic Scan Patterns and OCT Output -- OCT Interpretation -- Artifacts on OCT -- Normal Retinal Anatomy and Basic Pathologic Appearances -- Basic Optic Nerve Scan Patterns and Output -- Glaucoma -- Optic Neuropathies and Papilledema -- Congenital Optic Nerve Head Abnormalities -- Dry Age-Related Macular Degeneration -- Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration -- Posterior Staphyloma -- Myopic Choroidal Neovascular Membrane -- Myopic Macular Schisis -- Dome-Shaped Macula -- Myopic Tractional Retinal Detachment -- Vitreomacular Adhesion and Vitreomacular Traction -- Full-Thickness Macular Hole -- Epiretinal Membrane -- Postoperative Cystoid Macular Edema -- Macular Telangiectasia -- Uveitis -- Central Serous Chorioretinopathy -- Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity -- Pattern Dystrophy -- Oculocutaneous Albinism -- Subretinal Perfluorocarbon -- X-Linked Juvenile Retinoschisis -- Non-Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy -- Diabetic Macular Edema -- Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy -- Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion -- Central Retinal Vein Occlusion -- Branch Retinal Artery Occlusion -- Central Retinal Artery Occlusion -- Cilioretinal Artery Occlusion -- Retinitis Pigmentosa -- Cilioretinal Artery Occlusion -- Retinitis Pigmentosa -- Stargardt Disease -- Best Disease -- Cone Dystrophy -- Multifocal Choroiditis -- Birdshot Chorioretinopathy -- Serpiginous Choroiditis -- Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada Disease -- Serpiginous Choroiditis -- Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada Disease -- Sympathetic Ophthalmia -- Posterior Scleritis -- Toxoplasmic Chorioretinitis -- Tuberculosis -- Acute Syphilitic Posterior Placoid Chorioretinitis -- Candida Albicans Endogenous Endophthalmitis -- Acute Retinal Necrosis Syndrome -- Commotio Retinae -- Choroidal Rupture and Subretinal Hemorrhage -- Valsalva Retinopathy -- Laser Injury (Photothermal and Photomechanical) -- Retinal Light Toxicity (Photochemical) -- Choroidal Nevus -- Choroidal Melanoma -- Choroidal Hemangioma -- Retinal Capillary Hemangioma -- Retinoblastoma -- Metastatic Choroidal Tumor -- Vitreoretinal Lymphoma -- Retinal Detachment -- Retinoschisis -- Lattice Degeneration.
- 2014 Ovideditors, Leonard B. Nelson, Scott E. Olitsky.Genetics of eye disease / Terri L. Young -- Neonatal ophthalmology : ocular development in childhood / Kammi B. Gunton -- Retinopathy of prematurity / James D. Reynolds -- The pediatric eye examination / Gregory Ostrow and Laura Kirkeby -- Refraction in infants and children / Michael X. Repka and David L. Guyton -- Amblyopia / Evelyn A. Paysse, David K. Coats, and Timothy P. Lindquist -- Sensory adaptations in strabismus / Bruce Schnall -- Strabismus disorders / Scott E. Oltisky and Leonard B. Nelson -- Conjunctival diseases / Rudolph S. Wagner -- Diseases of the cornea / Jagadesh C. Reddy and Christopher J. Rapuano -- Pediatric cataracts and lens anomalies / Denise Hug -- Glaucoma in infants and children / Nandini G. Gandhi and Sharon F. Freedman -- Pediatric uveitis / Grace T. Liu and Alex V. Levin -- Diseases of the retina and vitreous / James F. Vander -- Congenital abnormalities of the optic disc / Brown -- Disorders of the lacrimal apparatus in infancy and childhood / Donald P. Sauberan -- Pediatric eyelid disorders / Forrest J. Ellis -- Disorders of the orbit / David B. Lyon -- Ocular tumors of childhood / Carol L. Shields and Jerry A. Shields -- Systemic hamartomasoses ("phakomatoses") / Carol L. Shields and Jerry A. Shields -- Ocular abnormalities in childhood metabolic disorders / Avery H. Weiss -- Pediatric neuroophthalmology / Andrew G. Lee -- Nystagmus / Mitchell B. Strominger -- Occular trauma and its prevention / Robert A. Catalano.
- 2007 OvidJames A. Garrity, John Warren Henderson ; in collaboration with J. Douglas Cameron.Evaluation of the patient -- Orbital imaging and radiography -- The tumor survey -- Cysts and celes -- Fibrous and connective tissue tumors and proliferations -- Fibro-osseous, osseous, cartilaginous, vascular, and inflammatory tumors of orbital bone -- Tumors of primitive mesoderm, striated muscle, adipose tissue, and smooth muscle -- Tumors of peripheral nerve sheath origin -- Primitive neuroectodermal tumors -- Vascular hamartomas, hyperplasia, and neoplasms -- Vascular malformations -- Malignant melanoma -- Hematopoietic tumors -- Histiocytic disorders -- Primary epithelial neoplasms -- Secondary epithelial neoplasms -- Metastatic carcinomas -- Meningioma -- Inflammatory orbital pseudotumors -- Miscellaneous orbital tumors -- Orbital surgery.
- 2012 SpringerPete Humphries, Marian M. Humphries, Lawrence C. S. Tam, G. Jane Farrar, Paul F. Kenna, Matthew Campbell, Anna-Sophia Kiang.Introduction -- Gene-based medicines targeting genetic defects directly and molecular pathologies common to multiple forms of disease -- Molecular medicines.
- 2010 Springerby Helena M. Tabery.
- v. 1-11, 1982-2005.Julius Hirschberg ; translated by Frederick C. Blodi.-- v. 9. The First and second half of the nineteenth century (part 6, 7, and 8) -- v. 10. The First and second half of the nineteenth century (part 9-17) -- v. 11, pt. 1 a-c. The Reform of ophthalmology -- v. 11, pt. 2. The History of optical instruments for the examination of the eye; The Eye, vision and ophthalmology on postage stamps -- v. 11, pt. 3 a-b. The History of contact lenses -- v. 11, pt. 3-d. Ophthalmology in the German speaking countries during the 20th century v. 1. Antiquity -- v. 2. The Middle Ages ; the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries -- v. 3-5. The Renaissance of ophthalmology in the eighteenth century; The First half of the nineteenth century (part 1) -- v. 6. The First half of the nineteenth century (part 2), Germany -- v. 7. The First half of the nineteenth century (part 3), France -- v. 8a. The First half of the nineteenth century (part 4), Great Britain (A) -- v. 8b. The First half of the nineteenth century (part 5), Great Britain (B), Italy --
- 2007 Ovideditors, Alex V. Levin, Thomas W. Wilson.Section 1. Isolated pediatric eye disorders -- Section 2. Ocular manifestations of systemic disease.
- 2014 SpringerDavid J. Browning."Malpractice settlements are large for undetected hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine toxicity which, if untreated, can lead to permanent loss of central vision. Knowledge of the ocular toxicity of these drugs has increased during the past fifty years as their use has expanded. Hydroxychloroquine and Chloroquine Retinopathy is the first single-source book on the subject and is essential for the practicing ophthalmologists, rheumatologists, dermatologists, and internists who prescribe these drugs. It covers clinical topics such as signs and symptoms of toxicity, toxicity screening, ancillary testing, to whom and why the drugs are prescribed and dosing considerations. Additionally, the book addresses practice management considerations, including coding, reimbursement and equipment costs, and the medico-legal responsibilities of the rheumatologist and of the ophthalmologist. Guidelines for the management of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine vary around the world and differences between the guidelines of the United Kingdom, the United States, and other countries are identified. The book concludes with a collection of case examples illustrating common clinical scenarios and their management. This book is a “must-have” resource for physicians who use these drugs."--Publisher's website.
- pt. 1. A-K-Pt. 2. L-Z, 2001-Jean-Paul Wayenborgh ; with the co-operation of Saiichi Mishima and C. Richard Keeler.Pt. 1. A-K -- Pt. 2. L-Z
- 2014 CRCnetBASEedited by E.Y.K. Ng, U. Rajendra Acharya, Aurélio Campilho, Jasjit S. Suri."The human eye is a complex and important organ that works similarly to the conventional camera. Many advanced image-processing algorithms have been proposed to analyze the subtle changes in the eye to diagnose eye abnormalities efficiently. Digital fundus images have been used efficiently for the diagnosis of diabetes retinopathy and glaucoma. Infrared imaging provides a temperature profile that depicts changes in the vascular tissues, which helps to study the ocular surface temperature (OST) and ocular diseases like dry eye and cataracts. This book covers the detection of diabetes retinopathy, glaucoma, and anterior segment eye abnormalities; instruments for the detection of glaucoma; and the development of a human eye model using computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer principles to predict inner temperatures of the eye from its surface temperature. Ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) is one of the imaging systems that allow visualization of the anatomy and pathology of the anterior segment. It is particularly beneficial in evaluating regions of the eye behind the iris such as the ciliary body, lens zonular attachment, and lens periphery, which are obscured in other anterior scanning systems. In glaucoma imaging, UBM plays a significant role in objective assessment of peripheral anterior chamber angle morphology, which is useful in angle closure glaucoma diagnosis and management. Chapter 1 presents a UBM system for anterior chamber angle imaging. Chapter 2 describes both the formal design and development of an automated anterior segment eye disease classification system. The proposed system can be used for early disease diagnosis and treatment management"-- Provided by publisher.
- 2014 SpringerUwe Pleyer, Talin Barisani-asenbauer, Phuc Le Hoang, Narsing A. Rao, editors.These guidelines, compiled by a panel of clinicians and scientists with a high level of expertise, aim to provide readers with the most up-to-date and comprehensive instructions on the treatment and prevention of ocular inflammation. All of the recommendations are explicitly linked to supporting evidence and graded according to the strength of that evidence, and the editors have made every effort to ensure that chapters are of a consistently high methodological quality. The guidelines for each treatment include dose and the frequency and mode of delivery. Significant side-effects of treatment are identified and distinguished from those of the disease in question. Suggestions are presented for the prevention both of the disease itself and of the treatment-related complications. In addition, likely future directions in treatment and prevention are identified. These guidelines will be of great practical value for all clinicians and clinical scientists with an interest in the subject.
- 2007 Kargervolume editors: Jerry Y. Niederkorn, Henry J. Kaplan.
- 2010 SpringerJohn D. Lambris, Anthony P. Adamis, editors.The case for complement and inflammation in AMD : open questions / Natalia Karagianni and Anthony P. Adamis -- The role of complement in AMD / Peter F. Zipfel, Nadine Lauer, and Christine Skerka -- Multiple interactions of complement factor H with its ligands in solution : a progress report / Stephen J. Perkins ... [et al.] -- Genetic control of complement activation in humans and age related macular degeneration / Laura A. Hecker and Albert O. Edwards -- Bisretinoids of RPE lipofuscin : trigger for complement activation in age-related macular degeneration / Janet R. Sparrow -- The role of the classical complement cascade in synapse loss during development and glaucoma / Allison M. Rosen and Beth Stevens -- A role for complement in glaucoma? / Lizhen Ren and John Danias -- The ATP-binding cassette transporter ABCA4 : structural and functional properties and role in retinal disease / Yaroslav Tsybovsky, Robert S. Molday, and Krzysztof Palczewski -- Suppression of drusen formation by compstatin, a peptide inhibitor of complement C3 activation, on cynomolgus monkey with early-onset macular degeneration / Zai-Long Chi ... [et al.] -- A targeted inhibitor of the complement alternative pathway reduces RPE injury and angiogenesis in models of age-related macular degeneration / Bärbel Rohrer ... [et al.] -- Complement depletion with humanized cobra venom factor in a mouse model of age-related macular degeneration / David C. Fritzinger ... [et al.]Also available: Print – 2010
- 2014 SpringerBernard Puech, Jean-Jacques De Laey, Graham E. Holder, editors.Introduction to Molecular Genetics and Genetic Testing for Retinal Dystrophies -- Electrophysiological Testing -- Dark Adaptation -- Fluorescein Angiography -- Indocyanine Green Angiography -- Fundus Autofluorescence Imaging in Retinal Dystrophies -- Spectral-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography in Hereditary Retinal Dystrophies -- Inherited Stationary Disorders of the Retina -- Retinitis Pigmentosa and Allied Disorders -- Leber Congenital Amaurosis and Early-Onset Retinal Dystrophy -- Retinitis Punctata Albescens -- Usher Syndromes -- Cone and Cone-Rod Dystrophies -- Enhanced S-Cone Syndrome -- Chorioretinopathies: Choroideraemia and Gyrate Atrophy -- Late-Onset Retinal Dystrophy (LORD) -- Stargardt Disease -- The Bestrophinopathies -- Retinal Dystrophies Associated with the PRPH2 Gene -- Alström Syndrome -- Bardet-Biedl Syndrome -- Cohen Syndrome -- Juvenile Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses (JNCL) -- Adult Refsum Disease (ARD) -- Abetalipoproteinemia -- LCHAD Deficiency -- Jalili Syndrome -- Spinocerebellar Ataxia 7 -- Dominant Cystoid Macular Dystrophy -- Autosomal Dominant Stargardt-Like Macular Dystrophy (ELOVL4) -- Spastic Paraplegia and Retinal Degeneration: Kjellin Syndrome -- Autosomal Dominant Drusen -- Cuticular Drusen -- Extensive Macular Atrophy with Pseudodrusen-Like Appearance -- Congenital Hypotrichosis with Juvenile Macular Dystrophy -- Mitochondrial Retinopathies -- Sorsby Fundus Dystrophy -- Bietti Crystalline Corneoretinal Dystrophy -- Cystinosis -- Primary Oxalosis -- Alport Syndrome -- X-Linked Retinoschisis -- Paramacular Choriocapillaris Atrophy -- Exudative Vitreoretinopathy -- Stickler Syndrome -- Wagner Syndrome -- Incontinentia Pigmenti Type II (IP2) -- Ganglion Cell Diseases -- Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum -- Aicardi Syndrome -- Microcephaly and Chorioretinopathy With or Without Mental Retardation and Lymphedema -- Alagille Syndrome -- Future Therapies for Retinitis Pigmentosa.
- 2016 Springeredited by Manfred Zierhut ... [and others].Anatomy -- Classification and Terminology -- Immunology and Experimental Uveitis -- Epidemiology -- Evaluation (History, Examination) -- Serology -- Fluorescence Angiography/Indocyanin Angiography -- Ocular Coherence Tomography -- Electrodiagnostic Tests -- Ultrasonography -- Ocular Biopsy -- Diagnostic Vitrectomy -- Laser Flare Photometry -- AC Diagnostics -- Diagnostic Imaging Procedures -- Genetics -- Uveitis and Clinical Trials -- Evidence Based Medicine -- General Considerations.- Corticosteroids -- Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs -- Anti-TNF-alpha-Blocking Agents.- Azathioprine.- Chlorambucil.- Cyclophosphamide -- New Drugs -- Intraocular Drug Delivery.- Cataract.- Macular Edema.- Glaucoma -- Subretinal Fibrosis.- Vitrectomy -- Anterior Uveitis -- Intermediate Uveitis -- Posterior Uveitis -- White-Dot-Syndrom.- Panuveitis -- Retinal Vasculitis.- Retinitis -- Uveitis in Children.
- 2016 Thieme-Connect[edited by] J. Bradley Randleman, Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed.
- 2016 SpringerThomas H. Williamson.Surgical Philosophy -- Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Material Properties and Tissue Geometry in Ophthalmology -- Surgical principles: Instruments -- Surgical Principles: Wounds and Tissue Manipulation -- Surgical Principles: Compartments -- Surgical Principles: Machines -- Surgical Principles: Fluids -- Surgical Principles: Microscopes, Light and Lasers -- Surgical Principles: Suturing. .
- 2016 OvidJerry A. Shields, Carol L. Shields.Congenital uveal lesions -- Melanocytic tumors of iris stroma -- Conditions that simulate iris melanoma -- Iris cysts -- Choroidal nevus -- Melanocytoma of the optic disc and posterior uvea -- Posterior uveal melanoma : clinical features -- Posterior uveal melanoma : pathology -- Posterior uveal melanoma : diagnostic approaches -- Posterior uveal melanoma : management -- Non-neoplastic conditions that can simulate posterior uveal melanoma -- Metastatic tumors to the uvea, retina, and optic disc -- Vascular tumors and malformations of the uvea -- Osseous, myogenic, neurogenic, fibrous, and histiocytic tumors of the uvea -- Retinoblastoma : introduction, genetics, clinical features, classification -- Retinoblastoma : diagnostic approaches -- Retinoblastoma : pathology -- Management of retinoblastoma -- Lesions that can simulate retinoblastoma -- Vascular tumors of the retina and optic disc -- Glial tumors of the retina and optic disc -- Tumors and related lesions of the pigment epithelium -- Tumors of the nonpigmented ciliary epithelium -- Intraocular lymphoid tumors and leukemias -- Surgical management of intraocular tumors.
- 2015 SpringerAlbert J. Augustin, editor.This book explains how to use intravitreal steroids optimally in the management of patients with intraocular inflammation (uveitis) and macular edema. The rationale for this treatment approach is first explained by examining the pathophysiology of these disease entities, with particular attention to the major role of inflammatory processes. Devices for the delivery of steroids to the eye are discussed, and guidance provided on the role of imaging studies before, during, and after steroid therapy. The value of different steroidal approaches is then considered in detail. Other topics addressed include the use of steroids as a surgical adjunct and within a combination strategy. Uveitis and macular edema are common sight-threatening diseases or complications of diabetes and retinal vein occlusion for which no adequate treatment was available until recently. Both trainees and practitioners will find Intravitreal Steroids to be an invaluable aid in combating these blinding diseases.
- 2009 SpringerMaurice E. Langham.Ch. 1 "In vivo" manometric studies of the steady state intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse in animals and man -- Ch. 2 Rate of formation of the aqueous humor -- Ch. 3 Steady state intraocular pressure/flow relations in dead and living animal and human eyes -- Ch. 4 Homeostasis, autoregulation, and relative ischemia -- Ch. 5 Pressure/volume relation in eyes of dead and living animal and human eyes -- Ch. 6 Ocular perfusion pressure and its influence on the intraocular pressure pulse -- Ch. 7 Direct and indirect measurements of ocular blood flow in anesthetized and conscious animals and humans -- Ch. 8 Morphology and hydrodynamics of the chamber angle draining the aqueous humor -- Ch. 9 Sympathetic nerve innervation of the eye and the actions of the adrenergic neuron transmitter norepinephrine on intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow -- Ch. 10 Manometric studies on the intraocular pressure and vascular circulation in ophthalmic disease -- Ch. 11 Noninvasive studies on the IOP, PA and blood flow autoregulation in healthy and diseased eyes -- Ch. 12 Effect of posture and corneal thickness on the measurement of the intraocular pressure -- Ch. 13 The Langham pneumatic analogue and digitized tonometers -- Ch. 14 Calibration of the intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse using the Langham pneumatic tonometer -- Ch. 15 Theory of the Langham tonometer -- Ch. 16 Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in healthy animal and human eyes -- Ch. 17 Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation and loss of autoregulation in ocular diseases -- Ch. 18 Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and the ocular blood flow -- Ch. 19 Evaluation of ocular ischemia and the loss of autoregulation for the early detection of ocular vascular diseases -- Ch. 20 Action of drugs on ocular blood flow and on the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation -- Ch. 21 Confluence and integration of therapies based on modulation of the intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow -- Ch. 22 Longitudinal therapeutic studies -- Ch. 23 Ophthalmodynamometry, the opthalmic arterial pressure and the effect of increased vascular resistance proximal and distal to the ophthalmic artery on ocular blood flow, the IOP/PA relation and vision -- Ch. 24 Ophthalmodynamometry -- Ch. 25 Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and blood flow in the human eye -- Ch. 26 Objective measure of the diastolic and systolic ophthalmic arterial pressures -- Ch. 27 Ophthalmic arterial pressure in healthy subjects -- Ch. 28 Relation between the ophthalmic arterial pressure and the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation -- Ch. 29 Modulation of the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in subjects with stenosis of the internal carotid artery -- Ch. 30 Alzheimer's disease and the eye -- Ch. 31 Ocular perfusion pressure and the visual threshold.
- 2011 SpringerSohan Singh Hayreh.Structure of the Optic Nerve -- Blood Supply of the Optic Nerve -- Blood-Optic Nerve Barrier -- Factors Influencing the Optic Nerve Head Blood Flow -- Measurement of the Optic Nerve Head Blood Flow -- Terminology and Types of Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Optic Disc -- Clinical Evaluation of Patients with Ischemic Optic Neuropathies -- General Characteristics of Giant Cell Arteritis -- Clinical Features of Giant Cell Arteritis -- Diagnostic Criteria for Giant Cell Arteritis -- Ophthalmic Manifestations of Giant Cell Arteritis -- Management of Giant Cell Arteritis to Prevent Visual Loss -- Pathogenesis of Classical Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Pathogenesis of Some Controversial Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy Clinical Entities -- Clinical Features of Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Management of Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Animal Model of Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Classification and Incidence of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Pathogenesis of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Clinical Features of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Management of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy.
- 2016 ClinicalKeyBrad Bowling.
- Hirschberg, J.Also available: Print – 1901-
- Keratoconjunctivitis sicca and filamentary keratopathy : in vivo morphology in the human cornea and conjunctiva2012 SpringerHelena M. Tabery.This book presents in vivo captured high-magnification images of two conditions: keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS, or dry eye), an extremely common disease of the ocular surface, and filamentary keratopathy, a relatively rare phenomenon most commonly associated with KCS. Although most of the images of KCS originated from patients with Sjögren's syndrome, they fairly represent the broad spectrum of ocular surface changes seen in the condition. The appearance of the ocular surface and of the mucus component discernible in the tear film is clearly depicted, and long-term observations, less common KCS cases, and images showing iatrogenic epithelial damage are included. The images of filamentary keratopathy clearly reveal the components of the ocular surface appendices, termed filaments, and assist in explaining the mechanisms underlying the formation of these filaments. The photographs show phenomena captured in various illumination modes, without staining and after staining with diagnostic dyes, and the photographic sequences illustrate their dynamics. The images reflect the in vivo situation. Once aware of the various phenomena, anyone working with standard diagnostic equipment - the slit lamp and the diagnostic dyes- will be able to detect almost all of them. The book will be invaluable for all who deal with ocular surface diseases, including general practitioners, medical eye specialists, ocular surgeons, optometrists, opticians, and rheumatologists.
- 2015 SpringerM. Soledad Cortina, Jose de la Cruz, editors.This book covers the field of keratoprosthesis in detail and focuses specifically on the Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis (KPro), which is the device most widely used today. Extensive information is provided on all aspects of KPro surgery, from history and preoperative evaluation to surgical techniques and postoperative management of complications. Surgical videos are included that will aid both beginning and advanced corneal surgeons in mastering these procedures. In addition, essential basic science concepts relevant to keratoprosthesis surgery are explained, and other keratoprostheses in use around the world are considered. A brief overview of integrating artificial corneas is provided, and the future of keratoprosthesis is also discussed. The book is written by some of the most distinguished and renowned experts in the field.
- 2006 Springeredited by Adam J. Cohen, Michael Mercandetti, Brian G. Brazzo.Anatomy of the lacrimal system -- Gender and racial variations of the lacrimal system -- Nasal anatomy and evaluation -- Congenital etiologies of lacrimal system obstructions -- Acquired etiologies of lacrimal system obstructions -- Evaluation of the tearing patient -- Imaging and clinical evaluation of the lacrimal drainage system -- The tear-deficient patient -- Surgery of the punctum and canaliculus -- Lacrimal trauma -- Primary external dacryocystorhinostomy -- Primary endonasal dacryocystorhinostomy -- Transcanalicular dacryocystorhinostomy -- Conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy -- Endoscopic conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy -- Pediatric balloon catheter dacryocystoplasty -- Balloon-assisted dacryoplasty in adults -- Balloon-assisted lacrimal surgery -- Nine-millimeter endoscopic balloon dacryocystorhinostomy: a new, less-invasive procedure for tearing in adults -- Radiofrequency dacryocystorhinostomy -- Powered endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy -- Laser dacryocystorhinostomy: part 1. laser-assisted endonasal endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy -- Laser dacryocystorhinostomy: part 2. laser-assisted endonasal endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with the holmium:YAG laser -- Laser dacryocystorhinostomy: part 3. laser-assisted endonasal endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with the potassium titanyl phosphate laser -- Revision dacryocystorhinostomy -- The adjunctive use of mitomycin C in dacryocystorhinostomy -- The Griffiths nasolacrimal catheter -- The Sisler lacrimal canalicular trephine.
- 2015 Springeredited by Adam J. Cohen, Michael Mercandetti, Brian Brazzo.While there are books that review lacrimal system disorders and surgery as a section of comprehensive oculoplastic textbooks, The Lacrimal System: Diagnosis, Management and Surgery solely addresses Lacrimology in one concise, practical volume. Building off of the success of the first edition, this text includes significantly updated information, new authors from around the world as well as new chapters that are complete with high quality images and illustrations. Lacrimal surgeries are commonly performed by oculoplastic surgeons and range from alleviating lacrimal system obstructions in children with congenital dysmorphology to minimally invasive lacrimal system reconstruction. The second edition of this book meets the needs of practicing physicians, fellows, and residents who are managing the tearing patient clinically and surgically.
- 2010Christopher Koerner Sramek.Since its introduction nearly 40 years ago, laser photocoagulation has been the standard of care for treatment of numerous retinal pathologies. Recently, new approaches have been introduced for more selective targeting of various retinal layers, including patterned scanning photocoagulation, selective retinal therapy, and sub-lethal treatment. Despite its broad use in clinical practice, there remains a need for the quantitative description of laser-tissue interactions involved in retinal phototherapy. A unified description of various treatment regimes and associated mechanisms of tissue damage would allow for optimization of laser parameters to improve selectivity and safety of retinal photocoagulation, and for avoidance of undesirable collateral damage. The presented work describes an investigation into the dynamics of the retinal response to hyperthermia and vaporization. A finite-element computational model of photocoagulation and rupture was constructed based on experimental measurements of laser interactions with tissue, and verified in vivo in the millisecond time domain. Two approaches towards improvement of tissue heating uniformity were studied: spatial and temporal modulation of the treatment beam. After optimization using the computational model, beam shaping and pulse modulation systems were constructed. Experimental studies in vivo confirmed improvements in safety of the retinal treatment, potentially allowing for reductions in treatment time, thermal damage extent, and perceived pain. In addition, tissue response to sub-lethal thermal stress in the retina was explored using expression of heat shock protein in an animal model. Computational modeling of the corresponding treatment regime demonstrated that a similar response is likely to occur in clinical application of sub-lethal exposures. Photo-mechanical interactions in the retina were investigated in model systems and in vivo with microsecond-range exposures. The dominant mechanisms of tissue damage were identified and the corresponding limits of the safe therapeutic window were computed over a broad range of pulse durations - from microseconds to seconds. An understanding of the thermal and mechanical interactions involved in laser heating of the retina allows for the realization of safer and more selective treatment regimes. All three mechanisms investigated in the current study -- photocoagulation, photomechanical interactions and sub-lethal hyperthermia -- play a role in clinical treatment. The developed quantitative models of these interactions have immediate applicability to clinical practice, providing guidance towards optimization of retinal phototherapy, evaluation of retinal safety, and development of new clinical applications.
- 2007 Ovideditors, Robert S. Feder, Christopher J. Rapuano.Ch. 1 Basic LASIK -- Ch. 2 Equipment -- Ch. 3 Role of mitomycin-c in keratorefractive surgery -- Ch. 4 Retreatment of patients after primary refractive surgery -- Ch. 5 LASIK complications and management -- Ch. 6 Alternatives to LASIK refractive surgery -- Ch. 7 Case selection -- Ch. 8 Self-assessment test.
- 2013 Ovideditor, Robert S. Feder.Section I. LASIK fundamentals -- section II. Diagnostic equipment -- section III. Flap-making equipment -- section IV. Excimer lasers -- section V. Management of postsurgical problems -- section VI. Other surgical considerations -- section VII. Study section -- section VIII. International perspectives in refractive surgery.
- 2014 SpringerFiona Roberts, Chee Koon Thum.Completely revised and updated, this well-illustrated and practically-oriented text has retained its general layout and style and division into specimen-type based chapters. The visual image remains key to explaining the pathological processes and this is facilitated by full colour photography throughout the text. The book emphasizes pertinent recent advances which augment the morphological study of disease. There is updated information on clinically important aspects, immunohistochemistry, tumour cytogenetics and molecular biology. Illustrations include macro specimens, microscopic specimens and illustrations of additional techniques - immunohistochemistry, molecular analyses and electron microscopy - to help both the pathologist and ophthalmologist understand the process that a specimen must go through prior to producing a report and how these various techniques help to refine the diagnosis. The third edition of Lee's Ophthalmic Histopathology is an invaluable reference source for ophthalmic pathologists, general pathologists and ophthalmologists.
- 2008 ClinicalKeyby Joel S. Schuman [and others].Congenital abnormalities -- Developmental defects -- Involutional changes -- Trauma -- Open angle glaucoma -- Closed angle glaucoma -- Pediatric glaucoma.
- 2014 Springeredited by Shizuya Saika, Liliana Werner, Frank J. Lovicu.This book is the first to summarize the current knowledge of the cell biology of lens epithelial cells in relation to and in the development of posterior capsular opacification (PCO). PCO remains the most common long-term complication of modern cataract surgery, occurring months or years after cataract surgery, unlike most other complications that tend to arise during or soon after the procedure. Opacification of the posterior capsule appears to be linked to lens epithelial cells that are left behind in the eye during cataract removal. These cells proliferate, migrate across the posterior lens capsule, and undergo changes that result in fibrous or pearl-type opacities in the capsule. The first section of the text explains the molecular mechanism and biology of lens epithelial cells that lead to the incidence of PCO. In the second part, in addition to a description of the mechanism and pathological condition of PCO, surgical methods and devices for preventing PCO are discussed in detail. Lens Epithelium and Capsular Opacification will benefit not only young clinical residents and junior researchers, but also established faculty in the clinical or basic academic field.
- 2005 SpringerPhilip L. Penfold, Jan M. Provis, editors.1 Organization of the adult fovea -- 2 Immunology and age-related macular degeneration -- 3 Photoreceptor degeneration in aging and age-related maculopathy -- 4 Genes and age-related macular degeneration -- 5 Epidemiology of age-related macular degeneration -- 6 Prevalence and risk factors for age-related macular degeneration in China -- 7 Experimental models of macular degeneration -- 8 Transporters and oxidative stress in AMD -- 9 Photoreceptor stability and degeneration in mammalian retina: lessons from the edge -- 10 Clinical strategies for diagnosis and treatment of AMD: implications from research.Also available: Print – 2005
- 2016 SpringerGiuseppe Querques, Eric H. Souied, editors.Stargardt's disease (STGD) -- Macular Abnormalities in Panretinal Dystrophies -- Best Disease -- Pattern Dystrophy.- Autosomal Dominant Drusen -- North Carolina Makular Dystrophy (NCMD, MCDR1) and NCMD-like Disorders -- Sorsby Fundus Dystrophy -- Central Areolar Choroidal Dystrophy -- Maternally Inherited Diabetes and Deafness (MIDD) -- X-linked Retinoschisis (XLRS) -- Miscellaneous Very Rare Macular Dystrophies -- Management and Interventions.
- 2010 Kargervolume editor, G. Coscas ; co-editors, José Cunha-Vaz, Anat Loewenstein, Giséle Soubrane.For many years diagnosing macular edema at an early stage has been a main difficulty. Recently, multiple and remarkable advances of modern imaging technologies which allow recognition of the main etiologies, have immensely improved its diagnosis and treatment. In this volume different patterns and etiologies of macular edema are described and the importance of preserving the photoreceptors at an early stage in order to retain center visual acuity is discussed. It brings together the most recent data and evidence-based medicine, and, on the other hand, the pathophysiological basis of macular edema and the different approaches for drug delivery to the posterior segment are presented. Recommendations for treatment procedures or different therapies have been carefully analyzed and considered prior to inclusion. 'Macular Edema - A Practical Approach' provides the ophthalmologist with a synthesis of knowledge to diagnose, to determine etiology, and to offer the patient viable treatment options for his benefit.
- 2015 SpringerFabio Patelli, Stanislao Rizzo, editors.
- 2008 SpringerJorge L. Alió, Dimitri T. Azar (eds.).Ch. 1 Refractive surgery outcomes and frequency of complications / Wallace Chamon and Norma Allemann -- Ch. 2 Influence of refractive surgery complications on quality of life / Konrad Pesudovs -- Ch. 3 LASIK: intraoperative (flap) complications / Stephen G. Slade -- Ch. 3.2 Incomplete LASIK flap / Helen K. Wu and Waleed A. Allam -- Ch. 3.3 Dislocated flaps: how to solve free flaps with no marks or flap malposition / Julio Baviera -- Ch. 3.4 Management of the distorted flap / David R. Hardten -- Ch. 4.1 Infections after refractive surgery / Jóse de la Cruz, Joelle Hallak, Dimitri Azar, and Sandeep Jain -- Ch. 4.2 Diffuse lamellar keratitis / Marlene J. Brown, David R. Hardten, Elizabeth A. Davis and Richard L. Lindstrom -- Ch. 4.3 Pressure-induced interlamellar stromal keratitis / Sadeer B. Hannush and Michael W. Belin -- Ch. 4.4 Prevention and management of flap striae after LASIK / Roger F. Steinert -- Ch. 4.5 Marginal sterile corneal infiltrates after LASIK / Renato Ambrósio Jr., Daniela Jardim, and Bruno M. Fontes -- Ch. 4.6 Ptosis / Bryan S. Sires -- Ch. 4.7 Melting / José L. Güell, Merce Morral, Oscar Gris, Javier Gaytan, and Felicidad Manero -- Ch. 5.1 Dry eye / Jerome C. Ramos-Estevan and Steven Wilson -- Ch. 5.2 Epithelial ingrowth / Gustavo E Tamayo -- Ch. 5.3 Corneal ectasia / J. Bradley Randleman and R. Doyle Stulting -- Ch. 5.4 Scarring / Eric E. Gabison and Thanh Hoang-Xuan -- Ch. 6 Refractive miscalculation with refractive surprise -- Ch. 6.1 Sphere / Arturo S. Chayet and Luis F. Torres -- Ch. 6.2 Cylinder / Noel Alpins and Gemma Walsh -- Ch. 7.1 Optical implications of corneal photorefractive surgery / Vikentia J. Katsanevaki -- Ch. 7.2 Night vision disturbances after refractive surgery / César Albarrán, David Piñero, and Jorge L. Alió -- Ch. 7.3 Decentration / Jonathan H. Talamo -- Ch. 7.4 Corneal irregularity / Jorge L. Alió -- Ch. 8 Optic neuropathy and retinal complications after refractive surgery / J. Fernando Arevalo, Reinaldo A. Garcia, Rafael A. Garcia-Amaris, and Juan G. Sanchez -- Ch. 9.1 Complications and management with the femtosecond laser / Karl G. Stonecipher, Teresa S. Ignacio, and Kody G. Stonecipher -- 9.2 Management of a perforated femtosecond laser-created flap / Vance Thompson -- Ch. 10 Corneal haze after refractive surgery / David Fahd, José de la Cruz, Sandeep Jain and Dimitri Azar -- Ch. 11 Complications of LASEK / David P.S. O'Brart -- Ch. 12 Complications of refractive keratotomy / Carlo F. Lovisolo, Alessandro Mularoni, Antonio Calossi, Charles Wm. Stewart -- Ch. 13 Anterior chamber angle-supported complications: prevention and treatment / Orkun Muftuoglu and Jorge L. Alió -- Ch. 13. 2 Complications of iris-supported phakic IOLs / Antonio A.P. Marinho -- Ch. 13.3 Complications of posterior chamber phakic intraocular lenses / Carlo F. Lovisolo and Fabio Mazzolani -- Ch. 14. 1 Retinal detachment / José Ma Ruiz-Moreno, Jorge L. Alió, and Mohamed H. Shabayek -- Ch. 14.2 Refractive lens exchange and choroidal neovascularization / Emanuel Rosen -- Ch. 14.3 Refractive surprises after cataract post-corneal refractive surgery / Béatrice Cochener and Jean Louis Arne -- Ch. 15.1 Cataract surgery complications of radial keratotomy / Howard Fine, Richard S. Hoffman, Mark Packer, and Laurie Brown -- Ch. 15.2 Complications of conductive keratoplasty / Marguerite B. McDonald -- Ch. 16 Complications of intrastromal corneal ring segments / Mohamed H. Shabayek and Jorge A. Alió -- Ch. 17 Corneal inlays (synthetic keratophakia) / M. Emilia Mulet, Jorge A. Alió, and Michael Knorz -- Ch. 18.1 Predicting the unhappy patient and patient expectations / Nayyirih G. Tahzib and Rudy M.M.A. Nuijts -- Ch. 18.2 Informed consent / James J. Salz -- Ch. 18.3 Effect of refractive surgery on strabismus and binocular vision / Bharavi Kharod and Natalie A. Afshari -- Ch. 19.1 10-year classified review of the peer review literature on excimer laser refractive complications / Takashi Kojima, Tatsuya Ongucci, Joelle Hallak, and Dimitri Azar -- Ch. 19.2 10-year review of the literature on complications of incisional, thermal and lenticular refractive procedures / Tatsuya Ongucci, Takashi Kojima, and Dimitri Azar -- Epilog Preventing complications in refractive surgery: present and future / George Waring III.
- 2015 Springereditor: Rishi P Singh.This handbook is an overview of the diagnosis, treatment and long-term management of diabetic retinopathy, within the context of overall long-term diabetes disease management. Diabetes-related eye damage (diabetic retinopathy) is one of the most common complications of diabetes, affecting approximately 30-40% of people with diabetes. The situation is so severe that in countries such as the US and UK, diabetic retinopathy is currently the leading cause of blindness in people age 20 to 74 years old. Fortunately, there are several existing and emerging treatments on the horizon and with adequate control of the underlying diabetes, this condition can be successfully managed.
- 2008 Ovidauthor/editor, Deborah Pavan-Langston.Ocular examination techniques and diagnostic tests / Pedram Hamrah and Deborah Pavan-Langston -- Burns and trauma / Deborah Pavan-Langston and Pedram Hamrah -- Eyelids and lacrimal system / Peter A.D. Rubin -- Orbital disorders / Peter A.D. Rubin -- Cornea and external disease / Kathryn Colby and Deborah Pavan-Langston -- Refractive surgery / Dimitri T. Azar -- The crystalline lens and cataract / Dimitri T. Azar and Jose J. de la Cruz Napoli -- Retina and vitreous / Peter Reed Pavan, Andrew Burrows, and Deborah Pavan-Langston -- Uveal tract: iris, ciliary body, and choroid / Deborah Pavan-Langston, Anat Galor, and Victor L. Perez -- Glaucoma / Deborah Pavan-Langston, Stacey C. Brauner, and Cynthia L. Grosskreutz -- Pediatric ophthalmology / Gena Heidary and Melanie Kazlas -- Extraocular muscles, strabismus, and nystagmus / Deborah Pavan-Langston and Nathalie Azar -- Neuro-ophthalmology: visual fields, optic nerve, and pupil / Shirley H. Wray -- Refractive error, clinical optics, and contact lenses / Jill E. Beyer and Deborah Pavan-Langston -- Ocular manifestations of systemic disease / Deborah Pavan-Langston -- Ocular toxicity of systemic drugs / Deborah Pavan-Langston.Also available: Print – 2008
- 2016 SpringerBonnie An Henderson, editor.Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery -- Instruments and Supplies -- Anesthesia for small incision cataract surgery -- Prep/Drape -- Incision -- The Capsular Opening -- Hydrodissection -- Lens Delivery -- Cortex Removal -- IOL Insertion -- Wound closure -- Drug treatment and Complications -- Conversion from Phacoemulsification to MSICS.
- 2014 ClinicalKeyby Peter K. Kaiser, Neil J. Friedman, Roberto Pineda II.The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Illustrated Manual of Ophthalmology is the must-have medical reference book for the ever-changing field of ophthalmology. Thoroughly updated to include the latest advances in the field, the fourth edition of this renowned manual features high-quality color images and an intuitive design for easy comprehension and reference. Ideal for ophthalmic practitioners and allied health professionals alike, this indispensable resource is your comprehensive guide for the speedy diagnosis and treatment of the most common eye disorders. Accurately diagnose problems through the support of full-color photographs and real case studies.Rapidly locate key information with a highly templated format that includes chapters organized anatomically, not by ophthalmic subspecialty, in addition to key boxes and highlighted emergency management boxes.
- Mastering endothelial keratoplasty : DSAEK, DMEK, E-DMEK, PDEK, Air pump-assisted PDEK and others. Volume I-IIv.1-2=, 2016 Springervol. 2 (2016) SpringerSoosan Jacob, editor.
- 2008 Springeredited by Joyce Tombran-Tink, Colin J. Barnstable, M. Bruce Shields.1 Age and racial variation in the prevalence of open-angle glaucoma in the USA -- 2 Epidemiology of and risk factors for primary open-angle glaucoma -- 3 The Reykjavik Eye Study on prevalence of glaucoma in Iceland and identified risk factors -- 4 Defined glaucoma in Chinese population -- 5 The Wroclaw Epidemiological Study screening possibilities of glaucoma detection -- 6 Pretrabecular mechanisms of intraocular pressure elevation -- 7 Glaucomatous changes in the trabecular meshwork -- 8 Trabecular mechanisms of intraocular pressure elevation Pseudoexfoliation syndrome -- 9 Post-trabecular glaucomas with elevated episcleral venous pressure -- 10 Angle-closure glaucoma: anterior (pulling) mechanisms -- 11 Angle-closure glaucomas: posterior (pushing) mechanisms with pupillary block -- 12 Angle-closure glaucomas: posterior (pushing) mechanisms without pupillary block -- 13 Genetics and glaucoma susceptibility -- 14 Myocilin mutations and their role in open-angle glaucoma -- 15 The functional role of myocilin in glaucoma -- 16 Roles of CYP1B1, optineurin, and WDR36 gene mutations in glaucoma -- 17 Genetic association in the open-angle glaucomas -- 18 ApoE polymorphisms and severity of open-angle glaucoma. 19 Changes in aqueous humor dynamics with age and glaucoma -- 20 Mechanosensitive genes in the trabecular meshwork at homeostasis: elevated intraocular pressure and stretch -- 21 Reactive astrocytes in the glaucomatous optic nerve head protective and destructive mechanisms -- 22 Optic neuropathy and ganglion cell degeneration in glaucoma -- 23 Proteomics in defining pathogenic processes involved in glaucomatous neurodegeneration in glaucoma: mechanisms and therapeutic strategies -- 24 Proteomics advances toward understanding mechanisms of glaucoma pathology -- 25 Molecular and cellular responses in the eye to glaucoma: ocular gene expression in experimental glaucoma -- 26 Ocular biomechanics in glaucoma -- 27 Intraocular pressure, perfusion pressure, and optic nerve energy metabolism -- 28 Optic nerve: physiology and mechanisms of glaucomatous atrophy -- 29 Psychophysiology of glaucoma -- 30 The primate model of experimental glaucoma -- 31 Involvement of inflammation in a mouse model of inherited pigmentary glaucoma -- 32 Use of purified retinal ganglion cells for an in vitro model to study glaucoma -- 33 pharmacological therapies for managing glaucoma -- 34 Redox-based therapies for neuroprotection -- 35 Neuroprotective signaling pathways in glaucoma -- 36 Role of selective laser trabeculoplasty in the management of glaucoma -- 37 Mechanisms and mechanics of incisional surgery for glaucoma -- 38 Aqueous shunts -- 39 New approaches to the surgical management of the glaucomas.
- 2013 SpringerKeith Barton, Roger A. Hitchings ; editor Donald L. Budenz.1. Introduction -- 2. Pathogenesis of glaucoma -- 3. Diagnosing glaucoma -- 4. Medical management of glaucoma.
- 2005- Springer2007 Springer2010 Springereditors: Frank G. Holz, Richard F. Spaide.The Medical retina volumes of the series Essentials in ophthalmology provide concise updates on relevant and challenging topics in medical retina including the major advances in medical retina that have been made because of advances in ophthalmic imaging technology.Also available: Print – 2005-2010
- 2014 SpringerTatsuhisa Takahashi.This book presents a new method for analyzing the structure and function of the biological branching systems of fractal trees, with a focus on microcirculation. Branching systems in humans (vascular and bronchial trees) and those in the natural world (plants, trees, and rivers) are characterized by a fractal nature. To date, fractal studies have tended to concentrate on fractal dimensions, which quantify the complexity of objects, but the applications for practical use have remained largely unexplored. This book breaks new ground with topics that include the human retinal microcirculatory network, oxygen consumption by vascular walls, the Fh raeus-Lindqvist effect, the bifurcation exponent, and the asymmetrical microvascular network. Readers are provided with simple formulas to express functions and a simulation graph with in vivo data. The book also discusses the mechanisms regulating blood flow and pressure and how they are related to pathological changes in the human body. Researchers and clinicians alike will find valuable new insights in these pioneering studies.
- 2015 SpringerErik Seedhouse.1. Introduction -- 2. Long Duration Flight Data -- 3. Earthbound and Microgravity Pathophysiology of Increased Intracranial Pressure -- 4. Papilledema and Microgravity-Induced Fluid Shift -- 5. The Role of Carbon Dioxide and Exercise -- 6. Diet and Personalized Medicine -- 7. Future Research -- Glossary -- Index.
- 2014 Kargervolume editors, Hideyasu Oh, Yusuke Oshima.
- 2014 SpringerEdoardo Midena, editor.Microperimetry and Multimodal Retinal Imaging: the Fundamentals: Functional Evaluation of the Retina: an Introduction -- Retinal Fixation and Microperimetry -- Microperimetry: technical remarks -- OCT/SLO Microperimetry and Correlates -- Scotopic microperimetry -- Multimodal retinal imaging: an Introduction. Clinical Applications of Microperimetry and Multimodal Retina Imaging: Early and Intermediate Age-Related Macular Degeneration -- Geographic atrophy -- Neovascular age-related macular degeneration -- Retinal Pigment Epithelium and Choroid Graft -- Macular Telangiectasia Type 2 -- Diabetes and Retinal Vascular Disorders -- Myopia -- Retinal Dystrophies -- Disorders of the vitreoretinal interface -- Inflammatory chorio-retinal diseases -- Toxic retinopathies -- Glaucoma. The contribution to visual rehabilitation: Low vision: diagnosis and rehabilitation.
- 2009 ClinicalKeyedited by Cláudio Cardoso de Castro, Kristin A. Boehm.Anatomy of the upper and lower eyelids -- Anchoring technique for browlifting -- Correction of upper lid ptosis -- Correction of the tear through deformity with hyaluronic acid -- Lower lid blepharoplasty with fat grafts for correction of the tear though -- No-touch lower blepharoplasty -- Alloplastic augmentation to improve blepharoplasty and midfacial results -- Orbital aging and harmony in orbital rejuvenation -- Evolution of the subperiosteal midface lift -- Midface elevation: one single suture -- Is the transpalpebral approach to the upper and midface rejuvenation a safe method? -- A personal approach to upper and lower blepharoplasty -- Transconjuctival deep-plane midface rejuvenation -- Correction of blepharoplasty complications, management of the elevated upper eylid during blepharoplasty -- Atypical granulomas and infection after blepharoplasty -- Autogenous allogeneic and alloplastic lower lid spacers after blepharoplasty
- 2010 SpringerI. Howard Fine, Daniel S. Mojon (eds.).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.
- 2010 SpringerJorge L. Alió, I. Howard Fine, eds.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
- Models of horizontal eye movements. Part 4, A multiscale neuron and muscle fiber-based linear saccade model : Alireza Ghahari, John D. Enderle.2015 AtyponGhahari, Alireza; Enderle, John D.
- 2014 AtyponAlireza Ghahari, John D. Enderle.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 series 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 Part 1, early models of saccades and smooth pursuit are presented. A number of oculomotor plant models are described therein beginning with the Westheimer model published in 1954, and up through our 1995 model involving a 4th-order oculomotor plant model. In Part 2, 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. In this book, a multiscale model of the saccade system is presented, focusing on the neural network. Chapter 1 summarizes a whole muscle model of the oculomotor plant based on the 2009 3rd-order and linear, and controlled by a physiologically based time-optimal neural network. Chapter 2 presents a neural network model of biophysical neurons in the midbrain for controlling oculomotor muscles during horizontal human saccades. To investigate horizontal saccade dynamics, a neural circuitry, including omnipause neuron, premotor excitatory and inhibitory burst neurons, long lead burst neuron, tonic neuron, interneuron, abducens nucleus, and oculomotor nucleus, is developed. A generic neuron model serves as the basis to match the characteristics of each type of neuron in the neural network. We wish to express our thanks to William Pruehsner for drawing many of the illustrations in this book.
- 2010 AtyponJohn D. Enderle.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.
- 2010 AtyponJohn D. Enderle, Wei Zhou.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.
- 2002 Kargervolume editor, Thomas Kohnen.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.Also available: Print – 2002
- 2013 SpringerAmit Singh, Madhuri Kango-Singh, editors.Undoubtedly, Drosophila melanogaster, fruit fly, has proven to be one of the most popular invertebrate model organisms, and the work horse for modern day biologists. Drosophila, a highly versatile model with a genetic legacy of more than a century, provides powerful genetic, cellular, biochemical and molecular biology tools to address many questions extending from basic biology to human diseases. One of the most important questions in biology focuses on: how does a multi-cellular organism develop from a single-celled embryo? The discovery of the genes responsible for pattern formation has helped refine this question. Drosophila eye model has been extensively used to study molecular genetic mechanisms involved in patterning and growth. Since the genetic machinery involved in the Drosophila eye is similar to humans, it has been used to model human diseases and homology to eyes in other taxa. This book will discuss molecular genetic mechanisms of pattern formation, axial patterning, growth regulation in Drosophila eye, and more.
- 2010 Springerby Andreas Reichenbach, Andreas Bringmann.Introduction -- Basic properties of Müller cells -- Müller cell gliosis -- Müller cells in the healthy retina -- Retinal Development -- Müller cells as 'light cables' -- Soft Müller cells as shock absorbers and axon paths -- 'Metabolic symbiosis' -- Neurotransmitter recycling -- Retinal K+ homeostasis -- Retinal water homeostasis -- Other interactions -- Müller cells in the diseased retina -- Retinal detachment -- Diabetic retinopathy -- Macular edema -- Proliferative retinopathies -- Ischemia-reperfusion -- Hepatic retinopathy -- Retinoschisis -- Retinitis pigmentosa and support of neuronal survival -- Future directions -- Index.
- 2014 SpringerJorge L. Alió, Joseph Pikkel, editors.This book provides the practising ophthalmologist and surgeon with up-to-date information on the use of multifocal intraocular lenses to eliminate pseudophakic presbyopia. Guidance is provided on types and models of intraocular lens, indications, selection of patients, implantation, neuroadaptation, and complications and their avoidance. A key goal is to enable the practitioner to select the best lens for the individual patient, taking into account special circumstances. In addition, the results achieved to date with different lenses are analyzed and advice is given on the management of expectations. The authors are acknowledged international experts who draw upon their own experience and the peer-reviewed literature to provide the practitioner with cutting-edge information and evidence-based guidance.
- 2015 SpringerKazuhisa Sugiyama, Nagahisa Yoshimura, editors.This book serves as an introductory reference on clinical aspects of glaucoma and myopia, providing essential guidelines for diagnosis and monitoring of glaucoma progression in patients, especially those with high myopias. Many clinical studies are presented by leading experts in the field in an accessible style, making the content suitable not only for ophthalmologists but also for optometrists and certified orthoptists as well as for students. The relation between myopia and glaucoma has been the subject of many clinical trials and population-based studies. Most of the data has suggested that moderate to high myopia is associated with increased risk of primary open-angle glaucoma, normal tension glaucoma, and ocular hypertension. There are several factors involved in the diagnosis of glaucoma, but it is often difficult to determine the presence of glaucoma in myopic eyes. A myopic eye, especially in cases of moderate to high myopia, tends to have a thin retina and choroid and to appear thinner than normal. Even with new imaging technologies with improved sensitivity and specificity for detecting glaucoma, each technology presents some challenges when assessing myopic eyes. This book furnishes an overview of these diagnostic challenges with reference to the growing prevalence and severity of myopia in various parts of the world, providing many valuable hands-on reports and clinical studies by authoritative authors. This knowledge will help to do away with the vague area between high myopia and glaucoma faced by clinicians.
- 2011 ScienceDirectvolume editors, Christopher Kennard and R. John Leigh.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.
- 2016 SpringerJudit Somlai, Tibor Kovács, editors.Part I. The importance and role of neuro-ophthalmology -- Part II. Objectives and results in the neuro-ophthalmological clinical practice -- Part III. Convenient, novel and complementary examinations in ophthalmology -- Part IV. Diseases of retina and the optic nerve (visual and sensory system) -- Part V. Neuro-ophthalmologic aspects of the ocular motor system -- Part VI. Diseases of the orbit -- Part VII. Neuro-ophthalmological considerations -- Part VIII. The neuro-ophthalmological aspects of headaches -- Part IX. Rehabilitation -- Appendix. Colour scheme of the book content -- Index.
- 2010 ClinicalKeyGrant T. Liu, Nicholas J. Volpe, Steven L. Galetta.The neuro-ophthalmic history -- The neuro-ophthalmic examination -- Visual loss : overview, visual field testing, and topical diagnosis -- Vision loss : retinal disorders of neuro-ophthalmic interest -- Visual loss : optic neuropathies -- Optic disc swelling : papilledema and other causes -- Vision loss : disorders of the chiasm -- Retrochiasmal disorders -- Disorders of higher cortical visual function -- Disorders of higher cortical visual function -- Functional visual loss -- Visual hallucinations and illusions -- Pupillary disorders -- Eyelid and facial nerve disorders -- Eye movement disorders : Third, fourth, and sixth nerve palsies and other causes of diplopia and ocular misalignment -- Eye movement disorders : Conjugate gaze abnormalities -- Eye movement disorders : Nystagmus and nystagmoid eye movements -- Orbital disease in neuro-ophthalmology -- Headache, facial pain, and disorders of facial sensation.
- 2007 Kargervolume editors, Andreas Straube, Ulrich Büttner.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.
- 2016 Thieme BookValérie Biousse, Nancy J. Newman.The neuro-ophthalmic examination -- Funduscopic examination -- Visual fields -- Ancillary testing commonly used in neuro-ophthalmology -- Visual loss: overview -- Transient visual loss -- Retinal vascular diseases -- Optic neuropathies -- The swollen disc -- Disorders of higher cortical function -- Visual perception abnormalities: hallucinations and illusions -- Pupil -- Diplopia -- Orbital syndrome -- Orbital and cavernous sinus vascular disorders -- Nystagmus and other ocular oscillations -- Disorders of the eyelid -- Non-organic neuro-ophthalmic symptoms and signs -- Diagnosis of headache and facial pain -- Disorders commonly encountered in neuro-ophthalmology -- The visually impaired patient.
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