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1 online resource.
  • Contents Contributing authors Preface Tribute Acknowledgements Part I Introduction 1 History 2 Anterior eye 3 Visual optics Part II Soft contact lenses 4 Soft lens materials 5 Soft lens manufacture 6 Soft lens optics 7 Soft lens measurement 8 Soft lens design and fitting 9 Soft toric lens design and fitting 10 Soft lens care systems Part III Rigid contact lenses 11 Rigid lens materials 12 Rigid lens manufacture 13 Rigid lens optics 14 Rigid lens measurement 15 Rigid lens design and fitting 16 Rigid toric lens design and fitting 17 Rigid lens care systems Part IV Lens replacement modalities 18 Daily disposable soft lenses 19 Reusable soft lenses 20 Planned replacement rigid lenses Part V Special lenses and fitting considerations 21 Scleral lenses 22 Tinted lenses 23 Presbyopia 24 Extended wear 25 Sport 26 Keratoconus 27 High ametropia 28 Babies and children 29 Therapeutic applications 30 Post-refractive surgery 31 Post-keratoplasty 32 Orthokeratology 33 Myopia control 34 Diabetes Part VI Patient examination and management 35 History taking 36 Diagnostic instruments 37 Preliminary examination 38 Patient education 39 Aftercare 40 Complications 41 Digital imaging 42 Compliance 43 Practice management Appendices A Contact lens design and specifications B Contact lens tolerances C Vertex distance correction D Corneal curvature - corneal power conversion E Extended keratometer range conversion F Soft lens average thickness G Soft lens oxygen performance H Constant edge clearance rigid lens designs I Soft toric lens misalignment demonstrator J Dry eye questionnaire K Efron grading scales for contact lens complications L Scleral lens fit scales Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780702066603 20170814
In this thoroughly revised and updated third edition of Contact Lens Practice, award-winning author, researcher and lecturer, Professor Nathan Efron, provides a comprehensive, evidence-based overview of the scientific foundation and clinical applications of contact lens fitting. The text has been refreshed by the inclusion of ten new authors - a mixture of scientists and clinicians, all of whom are at the cutting edge of their specialty. The chapters are highly illustrated in full colour and subject matter is presented in a clear and logical format to allow the reader to quickly hone in the desired information.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780702066603 20170814
Book
1 online resource (192 pages).
Book
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations.
  • 1. History of Ophthalmic Imaging. 2. Anatomy of the Eye. 3. Posterior Segment Imaging. 4. Imaging Procedures: Posterior Segment. 5. Imaging Procedures: Anterior Segment. 6. Imaging Diseases. 7. Adjunct Technical Testing. 8. Imaging Management. 9. Imaging applications. 10. Professional Practices. 11. Future Trends.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781317503118 20180213
Ophthalmic Imaging serves as a reference for the practicing ophthalmic imager. Ophthalmic imaging combines photography and diagnostic imaging to provide insight into not only the health of the eye, but also the health of the human body as a whole. Ophthalmic photographers are specialists in imaging through and in the human eye, one of the only parts of the body where the circulation and nervous system is visible non-invasively. With technical perspective as context, this book will provide instructional techniques as well as the background needed for problem solving in this exciting field. The book covers all aspects of contemporary ophthalmic imaging and provides image support to ophthalmologists and sub-specialties including retinal specialists, corneal specialists, neuro-ophthalmologists, and ocular oncologists. This text serves as a reference for the practicingã ophthalmic imager, or to imagers justã getting started in the field.ã .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781317503118 20180213
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Eleven-year-old Jessica Perk thinks she might be a photographer, a gymnast, a soccer player or maybe the first girl president of the United States. 'We'll just have to wait and see, ' she says. But seeing is a problem for Jessica, who has Stargardt's, an inherited form of macular degeneration which usually appears between the ages of six and twenty and causes loss of sharpness of vision, decreased color vision, and blind spots. It's estimated that over 25,000 Americans have the disease, and there's no cure. Jessica had normal vision until the age of eight and then, in a few short years, became legally blind.

5. Eye chart [2017]

Book
176 pages : illustrations ; 17 cm.
  • List of Figures Acknowledgments 1. What can you see? 2. Reading stars, reading stones 3. How to choose eyeglasses (circa 1623) 4. The persistence of memory 5. Eleven lines, nine letters 6. Reading close up 7. Looking for trouble 8. Eye terror 9. Eye poetry 10. Optical allusions 11. The bottom line Notes Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781501312342 20171106
Object Lessons is a series of short, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. Desert nomads tested their vision by distinguishing a pair of stars. But we have since created more disquieting ways to test the strength of the eyes. Reading the eye chart is an exercise in failure, since it only gets interesting when you cannot read any further. It is the opposite of interpretative reading, like one does with literature. When you have finished reading an eye chart, what exactly have you even read? From a Spanish cleric's Renaissance guide to testing vision, to a Dutch ophthalmologist's innovation in optical tech, to the witty subversion of the eye chart in advertising and popular culture, William Germano's Eye Chart lets people see the eye chart at last. Object Lessons is published in partnership with an essay series in The Atlantic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781501312342 20171106
Green Library
Book
1 online resource (298 p.) : ill. (some col.)
"Fluid distribution during spaceflight and impact on brain and vision health is an emerging field of high-priority research in the NASA human space program. International Space Station astronauts have developed ocular refraction changes during prolonged spaceflight. Within this book, experts review current data related to fluid shifts during microgravity exposure and the impact of fluid shifts on astronaut health. This work also compares current astronaut health problems with Earth-based health conditions such as elevated intracranial pressure and glaucoma. Chapters include discussion of altered fluid distribution, including intracellular and extracellular fluid shifts, eye morphology and vision disturbances, and intraocular pressure. In addition, chapters will include a discussion of advanced non-invasive technologies to investigate the abovementioned fluid volume and pressure variables. As such, the book aims to bridge health professionals, researchers, and science professionals by a presentation of ophthalmology topics critical to future human space exploration, thus providing new perspectives to solve emerging brain and eye disease on Earth and in Space."--Publisher's website.
Book
165 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 22 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource (vii, 36 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Preface
  • 1. Cataracts and surgery: 1.1. Lens structure; 1.2. Cataracts; 1.3. Surgery
  • 2. Physical concepts of femtosecond-laser-assisted surgery: 2.1. Lasers; 2.2. All-solid-state chirped-pulse-amplification femtosecond laser; 2.3. Laser-tissue interactions; 2.4. Optical coherence tomography in ophthalmic applications
  • 3. OCT-guided femtosecond laser cataract surgery: 3.1. Commercially available femtosecond lasers; 3.2. Surgery procedures; 3.3. Benefits; 3.4. Safety; 3.5. Summary
  • 4. Acknowledgments
  • References.
Multiple commercial femtosecond lasers have been cleared for use by the US Food and Drug Administration for ophthalmic surgery, including the creation of corneal flaps in LASIK surgery. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an established medical imaging technique that uses light to capture micrometer-resolution, three-dimensional images from within optical scattering media (e.g., biological tissue). The combination of femtosecond laser surgery and OCT imaging is useful to provide simultaneous guide to the development of next-generation femtosecond surgical lasers in cataract surgery and to explore novel femtosecond-laser surgical strategies. This Spotlight explains the principles of OCT-guided femtosecond-laser cataract surgery.
Book
1 online resource (233 p.) : ill. (some col.).
"This invaluable book presents a concise discussion on the most important topics of ophthalmology — mechanism of ophthalmic diseases, imaging techniques used for diagnosis, novel therapies and drug delivery systems. It also covers current knowledge about anti-VEGF therapies that revolutionized neovascular AMD treatment, anti-inflammatory and dry eye treatment, as well as nanoparticles use of drug delivery. Written by experts in ophthalmology, this unique volume provides a comprehensive overview of the latest research in the field. This is an essential reading that will provide up-to-date reference to practicing physicians and current knowledge to residents and students."--Publisher's website.
Book
121 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction Chapter 1. Origins Chapter 2. The Challenge of the Original Goals Chapter 3. A New Organizational Culture Chapter 4. The Blind and People with Other Disabilities Chapter 5. Gigantism and Containment Chapter 6. The Future of the ONCE.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472474247 20170227
This book is a case study which narrates the history of the National Organization of the Spanish Blind (ONCE), established in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War. Contrary to other affluent countries where most blind people live on welfare benefits, the Spanish blind enjoy full employment. Furthermore, the average income of the Spanish blind is higher than that of the sighted. Why is this so? Why the blind, and not the deaf mute, or any other group of disabled people? This book shows that ONCE answers these questions. The book explains ONCE'S origins, the shifting strategies that the organization has pursued to adapt to an ever-changing environment, its original goals and the way they have mutated and been interpreted, its conflicting relationship with an authoritarian regime, its struggle to find its place in a democratic regime, and its relations with other groups of disabled people. A historical narrative, the book lies at the intersection between disability and organization studies, history and sociology. It will be of interest to all scholars of disability studies, the sociology of work, the history of medicine and contemporary Spanish history.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472474247 20170227
Green Library
Book
1 online resource
  • List of contributors vii Prologue ix Acknowledgements xv About the companion website xvii 1 Introduction 1 Peter H. Scanlon 2 Diabetes 15 Jonathan Shaw & Peter H. Scanlon 3 Lesions and classifications of diabetic retinopathy 26 Peter H. Scanlon 4 Screening for diabetic retinopathy 40 Peter H. Scanlon 5 Imaging techniques in diabetic retinopathy 54 Peter van Wijngaarden & Peter H. Scanlon 6 The normal eye 86 Stephen J. Aldington 7 Diabetic macular oedema 93 Ahmed Sallam & Abdallah A. Ellabban 8 Mild non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy 116 Peter H. Scanlon 9 Moderate and severe non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy 120 Peter H. Scanlon 10 Proliferative and advanced diabetic retinopathy 128 Ahmed Sallam & Peter H. Scanlon 11 Proliferative diabetic retinopathy with maculopathy 150 Ahmed Sallam & Peter H. Scanlon 12 The stable treated eye 160 Peter H. Scanlon 13 Vitrectomy surgery in diabetic retinopathy 171 Charles P. Wilkinson 14 Cataract surgery in the diabetic eye: Pre-, intra- and postoperative considerations 183 Abdallah A. Ellabban & Ahmed Sallam 15 Pregnancy and the diabetic eye 197 Peter H. Scanlon 16 Low vision and blindness from diabetic retinopathy 207 Peter H. Scanlon 17 Future advances in the management of diabetic retinopathy 219 Peter van Wijngaarden 18 Other retinal conditions in diabetes 228 Stephen J. Aldington & Peter H. Scanlon 19 Conditions with appearances similar to diabetic retinopathy 247 Stephen J. Aldington & Peter H. Scanlon Glossary 255 Index 259.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119058953 20170403
The incidence of diabetes is increasing worldwide at an alarming rate, and diabetic retinopathy is one of the most significant complications of diabetes. Packed with outstanding retinal photos, the second edition of this one-stop clinical manual offers a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis, treatment and long term management of patients with diabetic eye disease. Edited and authored by world-renowned experts from leading centres of excellence, A Practical Manual of Diabetic Retinopathy Management presents evidence-based guidance relevant for a global audience of health-care professionals, including diabetologists, ophthalmologists, retinal screeners, optometrists, ophthalmic nurses, GPs, and medical students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119058953 20170403
Book
1 online resource (xvi, 259 pages).
  • Table of Contents 1 Fundus Imaging in Wide-field: A Brief Historical Journey Ella H. Leung, Richard Rosen 2 Wide-field Fluorescein Angiography Thomas G. Chu, David S. Boyer 3 Wide-field Indocyanine Green Angiography Irene Rusu, Peter Coombs, Szilard Kiss 4 Wide-field Autofluorescence Florian M. Heussen, Carmen A. Puliafito, SriniVas Sadda 5 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Diabetic Retinopathy Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group 6 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Branch Retinal Vein Occlusio ns Pradeep S. Prasad, Irena Tsui 7 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Central Retinal Vein Occlusions Irena Tsui, Pradeep S. Prasad 8 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Other Retinal Vascular Diseases Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group 9 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Retinal Dystrophies Pradeep S. Prasad, David Sarraf 10 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Peripheral Retinal Degenerations Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group 11 Wide-field Imaging of the Pediatric R etina Mrinali Patel Gupta, Yoshihiro Yonekawa, Karyn E. Jonas, Anton Orlin, Paul V. Chan 12 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Retinal and Choroidal Tumors Carol Shields, Jerry A. Shields 13 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Retinal and Choroidal Inflammatory Diseases Keegan Harkins, Michael J. DaSilva, Quan Dong Nguyen, Diana V. Do 14 Wide-field imaging in Infectious Uveitis Alfredo Adan, Victor Llorens, Marina Mesquida 15 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Other Miscellaneous Retinal Diseases atin--mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"-- mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi--mso-ansi-language:EN-US--mso-far east-language: EN-US--mso-bidi-language:AR-SA">J. Fernando Arevalo, Netan Choudhry, Igor Kozak, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319178639 20160704
Written by experts in the field of ophthalmology, this new text assists in understanding new imaging technology and the clinical information it can provide. It allows the reader to review numerous images of various pathologies and would be of interest to retina specialists and ophthalmologists. Retinal imaging has undergone dramatic changes in the last decade, characterized by constantly improving image resolution, most notably, as it applies to macular diseases, thanks to ever evolving optical coherence tomography. However, imaging retina outside of the vascular arcades has come a long way with advent of new cameras and lenses. The most profound change has been the introduction of wide-angle angiography, which has demonstrated pathologies previously not seen or suspected and gives rise to new theories of pathophysiology of some retinal diseases. Understanding this new imaging technology and the clinical information it can provide requires a basis of knowledge and experience in associating the findings with other clinical signs in the eye and the rest of the body. Atlas of Wide-Field Retinal Angiography and Imaging helps with this experience by allowing the reader to review numerous images of various pathologies and analyzes angiographic findings in the retinal periphery. Furthermore, as this technology increasingly fills ophthalmologists' offices around the world, this book will prove to be an invaluable resource, written by experts in the field for retina specialists and ophthalmologists.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319178639 20160704
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46 pages : illustrations, portrait ; 22 cm.
Green Library
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1 online resource : illustrations (chiefly color)
  • * Anatomy of the eye and orbit. * Embryology and early development of the eye and adnexia. * Genetics. * Biochemistry and cell biology. * Physiology of vision and the visual system. * General and ocular pharmacology. * Immunology. * Microbiology and infection. * Pathology.* Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780702055546 20160618
The Eye: Basic Sciences in Practice provides highly accessible, concise coverage of all the essential basic science required by today's ophthalmologists and optometrists in training. It is also essential reading for those embarking on a career in visual and ophthalmic science, as well as an invaluable, current refresher for the range of practitioners working in this area. This new fourth edition has now been fully revised and updated in line with current curricula, key research developments and clinical best practice. It succinctly incorporates the massive strides being made by genetics and functional genomics based on the Human Genome Project, the new understanding of how the microbiome affects all aspects of immunology, the remarkable progress in imaging technology now applied to anatomy and neurophysiology, as well as exciting new molecular and other diagnostic methodologies now being used in microbiology and pathology. All this and more collectively brings a wealth of new knowledge to students and practitioners in the fields of ophthalmology and visual science. For the first time, this (print) edition also now comes with bonus access to the complete, fully searchable electronic text - including carefully selected additional information and new video content to further explain and expand on key concepts - making The Eye a more flexible, comprehensive and engaging learning package than ever before.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780702055546 20160618
Book
1 online resource (x, 237 pages) chiefly color illustrations Digital: text file; PDF.
  • 1. Epidemiology and Clinical Significance of Ocular Infection / Charles S. Specht and Nora V. Laver
  • 2. Pathogenic Properties of Infectious Organisms and Tissue Reactions / Nora V. Laver and Charles S. Specht
  • 3. Ocular Infection Worldwide / Mary Klassen-Fischer and Ronald C. Neafie
  • 4. Conjunctivitis / Tayyeba K. Ali and Seth M. Pantanelli
  • 5. Corneal Infection and Ulceration / Seth M. Pantanelli and Tayyeba K. Ali
  • 6. Intraocular Infection / Andre J. Witkin
  • 7. Infections of the Eyelids, Orbit, and Ocular Adnexa / Guneet Sodhi, Erica Liu, Jennifer Renz, Katrinka Heher, and Mitesh Kapadia
  • 8. Ocular Infection in Children / Mitchell B. Strominger
  • 9. Anti-infective Therapy for Ocular Infection / Jihye Kim
  • 10. Role of the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory / David W. Craft and Wallace H. Greene.
This book addresses the diagnosis and treatment of common ocular infections. Relevant pathological principles are described to provide a basis for the understanding of these disorders. The epidemiology of infection as a class of ocular disease and the pathological effects of infectious processes in tissue are discussed in introductory chapters. These fundamentals are explained and reinforced with tables and selected illustrations of tissue pathology. Further chapters by leading clinical specialists describe recommended approaches to infections of the eye and periocular tissues as these conditions occur in adults and children. Illustrative tables and algorithms enhance the discussion, making key principles accessible to the busy clinician. The final chapters provide a guide to relevant microbiological techniques, recommendations for specimen collection and transport, and a survey of antimicrobial therapy for the care of patients with ocular infectious diseases.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319428383 20170117
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175 pages, 10 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color), color map ; 22 cm
Biography of Ḍô. Manohara Ḍoḷe, born 1928, eye surgeon and social worker, from Pune, India.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource (xix, 582 pages) : illustrations
  • Optic Nerve: The Glaucomatous Optic Nerve
  • Optic Nerve: Clinical Examination
  • Optic Nerve: HRT
  • Optic Nerve: Scanning Laser Polarimetry
  • Optic Nerve: OCT
  • Optic Nerve: Comparison of Technologies
  • Optic Nerve: Atypical Nerves and Nerve Findings
  • IOP: The importance of IOP
  • IOP: Instruments to Measure IOP
  • IOP: CCT
  • IOP: Corneal Hysteresis
  • IOP: Target Pressures
  • IOP: Fluctuation
  • Gonioscopy: Why do Indentation?
  • VF: VF Test Strategies
  • VF: Fluctuation and Progression
  • VF: Field Interpretation
  • Other Tests in Glaucoma: Genetic Testing
  • Other Tests in Glaucoma: Optic Nerve Blood Flow I
  • Other Tests in Glaucoma: ONBF II
  • Other Tests in Glaucoma: MF-VEP
  • RF
  • RF: The Risk Calculator
  • Medical Therapy: First Line Agents and Monotherapy
  • Medical Treatment: the Pregnant and Nursing Woman
  • Medical Treatment: CAI
  • Medical Treatment: Osmotic Agents
  • Medical Treatment: Neuroprotection
  • Medical Treatment: Treated vs. Untreated Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension
  • Medical Treatment: Adherence and Persistence
  • Medical Treatment: Alternative Medicine and Glaucoma
  • Procedural Treatments: Laser Trabeculoplasty
  • Procedural Treatments: ECP
  • Procedural Treatments: Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation
  • Procedural Treatments: Trabeculectomy
  • Procedural Treatments: Perioperative Medication
  • Procedural Treatments: Bleb Needling
  • Procedural Treatments: GDD
  • Procedural Treatments: New Surgical Options
  • Procedural Treatments: Ex-PRESS Mini Shunt
  • Procedural Treatments: Phacotrabeculectomy
  • Procedural Treatments: Surgery in End-Stage
  • Glaucomas: Managing NTG
  • Glaucomas: PXF
  • Glaucomas: PDG and ARG
  • Glaucomas: Sturge Weber Syndrome
  • Glaucomas: Glaucoma and the Cornea
  • Glaucomas: Uveitic Glaucoma
  • Glaucomas: NVG
  • Pediatric Glaucoma: IOP, AL and Surgery
  • Pediatric Glaucoma: Medications and Steroids
  • Pediatric Glaucoma: Angle Surgery and GDD
  • Peds Glaucoma: Trabeculectomy and GDD
  • Angle-Closure Glaucoma: RF
  • Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Iridotomy
  • Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Imaging
  • Angle-closure Glaucoma: Medical Therapy
  • Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Surgical Management of Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma
  • Complications: Hypotony
  • Complications: Bleb leaks
  • Complications: Blebitis.
This concise and comprehensive guide is written by international experts of the field who are familiar with the world's literature. Based on the world's literature and their own experience, authors state and explain how they prefer to manage patients and problems clinically. Each chapter author gives the reader numerous clear and specific tips and pearls for the diagnosis and management of Glaucoma. The reader-friendly structure of this book ensures that the necessary information is quickly found and remembered. This book ensures a pleasant learning experience on Glaucoma management with the goal of an improved treatment outcome.
Book
1 online resource (xxi, 823 pages)
  • Nystagmus
  • Introduction
  • Infantile Nystagmus
  • Clinical Features
  • Onset of Infantile Nystagmus
  • Terminology
  • History and Physical Examination
  • ERG
  • Hemispheric Visual Evoked Potentials
  • Overlap of Infantile Nystagmus and Strabismus
  • Eye Movement Recordings in Infantile Nystagmus
  • Contrast Sensitivity and Pattern Detection Thresholds in Infantile Nystagmus
  • Theories of Causation
  • Visual Disorders Precipitating Infantile Nystagmus
  • When to Obtain Neuroimaging Studies in Children with Nystagmus
  • Treatment
  • Spasmus Nutans
  • Russell Diencephalic Syndrome of Infancy
  • Monocular Nystagmus
  • Nystagmus Associated with Infantile Esotropia
  • Torsional Nystagmus
  • Horizontal Nystagmus
  • Nystagmus
  • Nystagmus Blockage Syndrome
  • Treatment of Nystagmus Blockage Syndrome
  • Vertical Nystagmus
  • Upbeating Nystagmus in Infancy
  • Congenital Downbeat Nystagmus
  • Hereditary Vertical Nystagmus
  • Periodic Alternating Nystagmus
  • Seesaw Nystagmus
  • Congenital versus Acquired Seesaw Nystagmus
  • Saccadic Oscillations that Simulate Nystagmus
  • Retraction Nystagmus
  • Opsoclonus and Ocular Flutter
  • Voluntary Nystagmus
  • Ocular Bobbing
  • Neurological Nystagmus
  • Leigh Subacute Necrotizing Encephalomyelopathy
  • Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease
  • Joubert Syndrome
  • Santavuori-Haltia Disease
  • Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy
  • Deficient Glycoprotein Syndromes
  • Down Syndrome
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Maple Syrup Urine Disease
  • Nutritional Nystagmus
  • Epileptic Nystagmus
  • Cobalamin C Methylmalonic Aciduria and Homocystinuria
  • Familial Vestibulocerebellar Disorder
  • Summary
  • 9. Torticollis and Head Oscillations
  • Introduction
  • Torticollis
  • Ocular Torticollis
  • Head Tilts
  • Head Turns
  • Vertical Head Positions
  • Refractive Causes of Torticollis
  • Neuromuscular Causes of Torticollis
  • Systemic Causes of Torticollis
  • Head Oscillations
  • Head Nodding with Nystagmus
  • Head Nodding without Nystagmus
  • Visual Disorders
  • Otological Abnormalities
  • Systemic Disorders
  • 10. Neuro-Ophthalmologic Manifestations of Neurodegenerative Disorders
  • Introduction
  • Neuronal Disease
  • Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis
  • Lysosomal Diseases
  • Gangliosidoses
  • Mucopolysaccharidoses
  • Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis
  • White Matter Disorders
  • Metachromatic Leukodystrophy
  • Canavan Disease (Spongy Degeneration of Cerebral White Matter)
  • Krabbe Disease
  • Pelizaeus?Merzbacher Disease
  • Cockayne Syndrome
  • Alexander Disease
  • Sjögren?Larsson Syndrome
  • Cerebrotendinous Xanthomatosis
  • Peroxisomal Disorders
  • Zellweger Syndrome
  • Adrenoleukodystrophy
  • Basal Ganglia Disease
  • Pantothenate Kinase-Associated Neurodegeneration
  • Wilson Disease
  • Aminoacidopathies and Other Biochemical Defectsl
  • Maple Syrup Urine Disease
  • Homocystinuria
  • Abetalipoproteinemia
  • Mitochondrial Encephalomyelopathies
  • Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia (CPEO)
  • Leigh Subacute Necrotizing Encephalomyelopathy
  • Mitochondrial Encephalomyelopathy and Stroke-Like Episodes (MELAS)
  • Myoclonic Epilepsy and Ragged Red Fibers (MERRF)
  • Mitochondrial Depletion Syndrome
  • Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation
  • Horizons
  • 11. Neuro-Ophthalmologic Manifestations of Systemic and Intracranial Disease
  • Introduction
  • The Phakomatoses
  • Neurofibromatosis (NF1)
  • Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2)
  • Tuberous Sclerosis
  • Sturge?Weber Syndrome
  • von Hippel?Lindau Disease
  • Ataxia Telangiectasia
  • Linear Nevus Sebaceous Syndrome
  • Klippel.
Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology, 3rd edition provides the single authoritative resource on the pathophysiology, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment of neuro-ophthalmologic disorders in children. This book is encyclopedic in scope, incorporating extensive references for each condition, numerous diagrams and pictures, and a detailed analysis of the clinical disorders included in the differential diagnosis of each condition. The third edition builds upon this format to incorporate new discoveries about mechanisms of disease, new diagnostic modalities, advances in treatment in the field of pediatric neuro-ophthalmology, and updated neuroimaging figures.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493933822 20160912
Book
1 online resource (400 pages) : illustrations.
  • Practical Management of Pediatric Ocular Disorders and StrabismusEditors:Elias I. TraboulsiVirginia Miraldi UtzAssistant Editor: Michelle M. Ariss Section 1: The Pediatric Clinical Examination Chapter 1: Approach to Visual Acuity Assessment and Strabismus Evaluation of the Pediatric Patient Cindy Pritchard, George S. Ellis, Jr.Chapter 2: Sensorial Adaptations to StrabismusAllison E. Babiuch Section 2: Refractive ErrorsChapter 3: Management of Asymptomatic Hypermetropia in Infancy or Early Childhood Virginia Miraldi Utz, Elias I. TraboulsiChapter 4: MyopiaTimothy E. HugChapter 5: Management of Astigmatism in ChildrenJason Lee, Daniele P. SaltarelliChapter 6: Pediatric Contact Lenses for Medical Indications Danielle P. Saltarelli, Heather L. Cimino, Virginia Miraldi Utz Chapter 7: Pediatric Refractive SurgeryErin D. Stahl Section 3: AmblyopiaChapter 8 Practical Management of Amblyopia Chrysavgi Adamopoulo, Virginia Miraldi Utz, Fatema F. Ghasia, Michelle M. ArissSection 4: Cornea/Anterior SegmentChapter 9: Diagnosis and Management of Conjunctivitis in Infancy and ChildhoodAlison E. Smith, Michelle M. Ariss Chapter 10: Diagnosis and Management of Corneal Ulcers in Pediatric PatientsPatricia Ann Ple-plakon, Christopher T. HoodChapter 11: Herpes-related Anterior Segment InfectionsAaron R. Kaufman, Adam H. KaufmanChapter 12: The Anesthetic Cornea and Exposure Keratopathy in Infants and ChildrenViral Juthani, William J. Dupps, Jr. Chapter 13: Peters AnomalyFaruk H. Orge, Charline S. Boente Chapter 14: Anterior Segment Dysgenesis SyndromesFaruk H. Orge, Charline S. Boente Chapter 15: Management of the Patient with HyphemaSarah B. Wierda, Michelle M. ArissChapter 16: Management of Chemical Ocular Injuries in Pediatric PatientsChristine Shieh, Terry KimChapter 17: Anterior Segment Trauma (Non-chemical)Michael Eric Gray Section 5: Lens/CataractChapter 18 Diagnostic Testing for Infantile CataractsLaura L. Hanson, Virginia Miraldi UtzChapter 19 Management of Infantile and Childhood CataractsCourtney L. Kraus, Rupal H. Trivedi, Brita S. Deacon, M. Edward WilsonChapter 20 Persistence of the Fetal Vasculature: Varieties and ManagementPriyanka Kumar, Elias I. TraboulsiChapter 21 Evaluation and Management of the Patient with Subluxated LensesElias I. Traboulsi Section 6: UveitisChapter 22 Uveitis Associated with Juvenile Idiopathic ArthritisFrancesco Pichi, Paola Carrai, Careen LowderChapter 23 Non-infectious Intermediate and Posterior UveitisE. Mitchell OpremcakChapter 24 Infectious Uveitis Julia F. Malalis, Sarah M. Escott, Debra A. Goldstein Chapter 25 Pediatric Masquerade UveitisFrancesco Pichi, Paolo Nucci, Paola Carrai, Careen Lowder Section 7: Diagnostic Testing of the Posterior Segment Chapter 26 Retinal Imaging for Pediatric Patients Robert Andrew Sisk, Brian G. ZamoraChapter 27: Use of Optical Coherence Tomography in the Eyes of ChildrenJared E. Duncan, Sharon F. Freedman, Mays Antoine El-DairiChapter 28: Electroretinography in Pediatric Retinal Dystrophies James Lin, Luz Amaro-Quireza, Stephen H. Tsang Section 8: Posterior Segment DisordersChapter 29 Retinopathy of PrematurityMichael B. YangChapter 30 Management of Pediatric Posterior Segment Trauma in ChildrenNathanial Clarks Sears, Jonathan Eliot SearsChapter 31 Non-Accidental Trauma: Abusive Head TraumaSonia B. Dhoot, Jennifer B. Pierce, Mary E. Moffatt, Michelle M. ArissChapter 32: Screening for Vigabatrin (Sabril (R)) Retinal Toxicity in Children Scott E. Brodie Section 9: Inherited Disorders Chapter 33: Genetic Counseling and TestingMeghan J. Marino, Elias I. TraboulsiChapter 34: Retinal Dystrophies: Clinical Work-up and Selected ExamplesMelanie A. Schmitt, Elias I. TraboulsiChapter 35: Inherited Vascular DisordersJohane RobitailleChapter 36: The PhakomatosesVirginia Miraldi Utz, Elias I. TraboulsiChapter 37: RetinoblastomaCarlos A. Medina, Priyanka Kumar, Arun D. Singh Section 10: Optic Nerve DisordersChapter 38 Optic Nerve Malformations Palak B. Wall, Elias I. TraboulsiChapter 39 Evaluation and Management of Optic Pathway GliomasGena HeidaryChapter 40 Pediatric Pseudotumor Cerebri SyndromeClaire A. Sheldon, Grace L. Paley, Christina Szperka, Shana E. McCormack, Grant T. Liu Chapter 41 Optic Neuritis in ChildrenMays Antoine El-Dairi, M. Tariq Bhatti Chapter 42 Childhood GlaucomaEniolami O. Dosunmu, Sharon F. FreedmanChapter 43 Aphakic/Pseudophakic GlaucomaEniolami O. Dosunmu, Sharon F. FreedmanChapter 44 Diagnosis and Management of Juvenile Open Angle GlaucomaAllison E. Babiuch, Yasmin S. Bradfield Section 11: Strabismus, Neuro-paralytic Disorders Chapter 45 Diagnosis and Management of Infantile Esotropia Christopher Gappy Chapter 46 Diagnostic Challenges in Acquired Non-Accommodative Esotropia G. Robert LaRocheChapter 47 Management of Accommodative EsotropiaMonte A. Del MonteChapter 48 Sixth Nerve Palsy in Children Scott E. Olitsky, Timothy P. LindquistChapter 49 Diagnosis and Management of Fourth Nerve Palsy in ChildrenCajal K. Patel, Reecha S. BahlChapter 50 Cranial Nerve III Palsy in ChildrenKathryn P. Winkler, Reecha S. BahlChapter 51 Management of Exotropia in Childhood Andreas Marcotty, Virginia Miraldi Utz Chapter 52 Duane Retraction Syndrome Ashley Abraham, Elias I. Traboulsi, Michelle M. ArissChapter 53 Management of Strabismus in Thyroid Eye DiseaseElias I. Traboulsi, Natalie C. Kerr Chapter 54 A and V Pattern Strabismus Steffany M. Straight, Reecha S. Bahl Chapter 55 Congenital Cranial Dysinnervation Disorders Emin Cumhur Sener, Maria Choudhary, Hande Taylan SekerogluChapter 56 Differential Diagnosis and Management of Hyperdeviations: Non-4th Nerve Palsy - Dissociated Vertical Deviations and Skew Deviations Jessica J. Kovarik, James D. Bowsher, Derek T. SprungerChapter 57 Approaches to Strabismus ReoperationMarina A. Eisenberg, Monte A. Del Monte Chapter 58 Brown Syndrome Mohamad S. JaafarChapter 59 Acute StrabismusEmily Broxterman, Michelle M. ArissChapter 60 Complications of Strabismus SurgeryOriel Spierer, Kara M. Cavuoto, Craig A. McKeown Section 12: Eyelid, Orbit and Lacrimal Disorders Chapter 61 Nasolacrimal Duct ObstructionAndreas Marcotty Chapter 62 Management of Blepharoptosis in Infancy and Childhood Forrest J. Ellis Chapter 63 Preseptal and Orbital CellulitisRachel E. Reem Chapter 64 Current Management of Inferior Orbital Wall Fractures in Children Bryan R. Costin, Julian PerryChapter 65 Non-Infectious Causes of Proptosis in Children Hassan A. Aziz, Rao Chundury, Julian Perry, Arun D. SinghChapter 66 Craniosynostosis and Congenital Craniofacial DisordersDaniel Straka, Sandy Zhang-Nunes, Cameron Nabavi, Jill Foster Chapter 67 Supplement: Special Considerations in the Management of Amblyopia and Strabismus inCraniofacial DisordersRachel E. Reem, M.D., Mary Lou McGregor, M.D. Section 13: Patients with Special NeedsChapter 68 Management of Vision Impairment in ChildrenKelly Lusk, Terry L. Schwartz Chapter 69 Down SyndromeW. Walker Motley, III Section 14: NystagmusChapter 70 Nystagmus in Pediatric Age Group: Clinical Features and ManagementFatema F. Ghasia Section 15: Non-organic Vision LossChapter 71 Non-Organic Vision LossLillith Mondok, Elias I. Traboulsi Appendices Appendix 1 Prescribing Practices for Refractive Errors in Pediatric PatientsVirginia Miraldi Utz Appendix 2 Basic RetinoscopyGonzalo Vike Vicente Appendix 3 Dynamic Retinoscopy Gonzalo Vike VicenteAppendix 4 Strategies for the Child Who Would Not Wear GlassesSarah L. Lopper Appendix 5 Prescribing Prisms for Pediatric PatientsSarah L. LopperAppendix 6 Pathogens and Medications for Infectious Conjunctivitis in Children Alison E. SmithAppendix 7 Medications Commonly Used in Allergic Conjunctivitis TreatmentAlison E. SmithAppendix 8 IOL Power Selection for Children Rupal H. Trivedi, M. Edward WilsonAppendix 9 Measuring Axial Eye Length in Children Fadia AlKhawaldehAppendix 10 Surgical Instrumentation in Strabismus Surgery Elias I. Traboulsi Appendix 11 Surgical Planning and Numbers Virginia Miraldi Utz, Elias I. Traboulsi Appendix 12 ROP Examination and Treatment PearlsMichael B. YangAppendix 13 ROP Follow-up Schedule Michael B. YangAppendix 14 Pseudotumor Cerebri Diagnostic CriteriaGrant T. Liu Appendix 15 Anisocoria Greg Kosmorsky.
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This case-based approach to the management of pediatric eye diseases and strabismus teaches the novice, as well as the experienced surgeon, how to conceptualize and analyze surgical planning to maximize patient outcomes, allowing readers to "get inside the head of the surgeon." Individual cases with clear instructions and an abundance of color illustrations, presented by experts in the field, teach critical information one case at a time. Practical Management of Pediatric Ocular Disorders and Strabismus provides the key guiding principles of a traditional textbook in an easy-to-digest format. Each chapter of the text tackles a common or rare clinical situation and begins with the description of an illustrative case. The chapters are structured with sections on case description, differential diagnosis, management and outcomes with a list of possible complications and the approach to their management.
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