Varicella-Zoster Virus Epithelial Keratitis in Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus: In Vivo Morphology in the Human Cornea
Helena M. Tabery
Herpes zoster ophthalmicus (HZO) is a common disease in the elderly and the immunosuppressed, with potentially devastating sequelae. Diagnosis of HZO is clinical but almost all its manifestations are non-specific. The exception is varicella-zoster virus epithelial keratitis, which is frequently the only indicator of the true nature of the disease. This book is unique in presenting high-magnification images, obtained by non-contact in vivo photomicrography, that capture the distinctive features of varicella-zoster virus epithelial keratitis in HZO. Both the morphology and the dynamics of the corneal epithelial lesions are splendidly documented, including in patients with HZO sine herpete and recurrent disease. Three rare cases of ocular surface involvement in acute HZO are included, and the final chapter carefully compares varicella-zoster virus epithelial keratitis in HZO and the lesions of herpes simplex virus.
Atlas of Refractive Surgery (Highlights of Ophthalmology : Challenging the Millennium)
By Benjamin F. Boyd
This atlas is an all-encompassing state-of-the-art presentation of the different options in refractive surgery and the procedures of choice for each refractive error. All the major developments are extensively illustrated, clearly explained, and objective.
Visual Fields (Ophthalmology Monographs)
Visual Fields: Examination and Interpretation, 3rd edition contains revisions and updates of earlier material as well as a discussion of newer techniques for assessing visual field disorders. The book begins with a short history of the field of perimetry and goes on to present basic clinical aspects of examination and diagnosis of visual field defects in the optic nerve, optic disc, chorioretina, optic chiasm, optic tract, lateral geniculate field bodies, and the calcarine complex. Additional aspects of visual field examination are explored including those of monocular, binocular, and junctional field defects, congruity vs. incongruity, macular sparing vs. macular splitting, density, wedge-shaped homonymous field loss, and monocular temporal crescent. Various new techniques of automated perimetry are also considered including SITA, FASTPAC, and SWAP. This volume provides a very useful overview of the techniques of visual field examination in a number of eye disorders and will be of interest to all ophthalmologists, neuro-opthalmologists, retina specialists, and optometrists.
Optics of the Human Eye
David Atchison BScOptom MScOptom PhD GradCertEd FAAO (Author), George Smith BSc MSc PhD (Author)
Queensland Univ. of Technology, Australia. Describes the optical structure and optical properties of the human eye. Discusses image formation and refraction of the eye, interactions between light and the eye, considering transmission, reflection, and scatter. For clinicians and students of optometry and ophthalmology.
Oxford American Handbook of Ophthalmology
James Tsai (Author), Alastair Denniston (Author), Philip Murray (Author), John Huang (Author), Tamir Aldad (Author)
In a concise and contemporary new edition, the Oxford American Handbook of Ophthalmology offers highly practical yet evidence-based guidance on the diagnosis and management of ophthalmic disorders. Incorporating a systematic approach, the authors present common and/or important manifestations of the full spectrum of eye diseases. Included are useful summaries of common signs and symptoms, etiologies, diagnostic testing, and therapeutic regimens, as well as information on pre-, peri-, and post-operative eye care. The Oxford American Handbook should prove useful and relevant to residents and fellows in ophthalmology, as well as medical students, primary care physicians, comprehensive ophthalmologists, and other ophthalmic personnel, all who seek a ready reference for daily clinical practice and review.