Grant T. Liu MD (Author), Nicholas J. Volpe MD (Author), Steven L. Galetta MD (Author)
Neuro-Ophthalmology: Diagnosis and Management is a highly organized and uniform textbook designed to bridge the gap between a handbook and an encyclopedia. Drs. Grant T. Liu, Nicholas J. Volpe, and Steven L. Galetta present their expertise through this highly visual resource that features full color throughout, extensive illustrations, and a DVD-ROM with videos and more. The second edition includes major updates to reflect advances in migraine, multiple sclerosis treatments, neuroimaging, and more. This is your one-stop source of information both for understanding the underlying presentation, pathophysiology, neuroimaging, and diagnostic studies in neuro-ophthalmology, as well as the ideal diagnostic, treatment, and ongoing management tools for all neuro-ophthalmic conditions.
- Combines extensive illustrations and cross references with tables, outlines, and flow-diagrams to provide you with everything you need to understand the underlying presentation, pathophysiology, neuroimaging, and diagnostic studies in neuro-ophthalmology, along with the ideal diagnostic, treatment, and ongoing management tools for all neuro-ophthalmic conditions.
- Features reviews of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology based on clinical and pathological observations in humans without the extensive discussion of experimental literature involving non-human primates and other animals for an extremely focused clinical resource excellent for practice and preparing for professional examinations.
- Includes coverage of the neurological examination and the bedside neuro-ophthalmic evaluation of comatose patients that demonstrates how the examination can be used to confirm a diagnosis arrived at from the patient history.
- Features comprehensive updates to all chapters with complete revisions to coverage of multiple sclerosis, migraine, and neuro-imaging ensuring that you have the most up-to-date clinical tool available.
- Separates the History and Examination, Neuro-ophthalmic History, and Neuro-ophthalmic Examination into two distinct chapters-Neuro-ophthalmic History and Neuro-ophthalmic Examination-to provide a more focused approach to each topic.
- Includes an expanded illustration program with full color throughout, revisions 20% of existing figures, and 20% more figures than before for a more accessible and visually appealing reference.
SHLOMO MELAMED, JEROME JEAN BOVET, BOJAN PAJIC, ROBERTO G CARASSA, TANUJ DADA ASHOK GARG (Author)
The ophthalmic subspecialty of glaucoma continues to be one of the most interesting and dynamic areas of ophthalmology with numerous improvements in not only the pharmacologic treatment of glaucoma but also the surgical arena. This brilliant book is a compilation of the most novel and successful glaucoma procedures and surgeries available today. It not only serves as an excellent core book on treatment modalities for glaucoma but also introduces and educates all glaucoma specialists to up and coming progressive techniques for years to come. Presents in a step by step manner a complete and thorough analysis of all the different possible treatment technologies available today . Acquaints the ophthalmologist with latest minimally invasive glaucoma surgical techniques . Seventeen of the 24 chapters of the book have been written by internationally known glaucoma specialists covering MIGS specially Excimer Laser Trabeculotomy, Sclerothalamotomy, Trans-scleral Diode Laser Cyclophotocoagulation, Milling Trabeculoplasty, VDSCI, Customized Laser Assisted Filtration Surgery (CLAFS), SLT, Pneumatic Trabeculoplasty, Femtosecond Lasers and Neuroprotective Therapeutic approach. Each chapter has a conclusion and references at the end.
Current Concepts in Uveal Melanoma (Developments in Ophthalmology) [Hardcover]
M. J. Jager (Editor), L. Desjardins (Editor), T. Kivela (Editor), B. Damato (Editor)
Uveal melanoma is an aggressive form of cancer that can involve the iris, the ciliary body, and/or the choroid, which is the main location of this tumor. Patients often wish to be informed about treatment choices and the results of different approaches. Important current clinical questions are whether a biopsy should be taken of choroidal melanomas, what should be done with this biopsy, and whether high-risk patients should be screened regularly. This volume describes the clinical characteristics of uveal melanoma along with the different current techniques available for treatment, such as radioactive plaque treatment, proton beam therapy, and local tumor resection. Furthermore, techniques for taking biopsies and characterizing biopsy material are demonstrated. Future therapies such as anti-VEGF treatment and options for the treatment of metastases are also discussed. Residents with an interest in ocular oncology, ophthalmologists or physicians dealing with uveal melanoma, as well as patients wishing to know more about this malignancy will find a topical update on uveal melanoma in this publication.
Ashok Garg (Author)
Chapter-01 Congenital Eyelid Anomalies
Chapter-02 Pediatric Eyelid Abnormalities
Chapter-03 Eyelid Disorders
Chapter-04 Diseases of the Eyelids
Chapter-05 Eyelid Retraction
Chapter-06 Eyelid Injuries and Reconstruction-An Update
Chapter-07 Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction
Chapter-08 Acquired Lacrimal System Disorders
Chapter-09 Management of Lacrimal Injuries
Chapter-10 Congenital Ptosis Evaluation and Management
Chapter-11 Frontalis Muscle Flap Advancement for Correction of Blepharoptosis with Poor Levator Function
Chapter-12 Upper Lid Blepharoplasty
Chapter-13 Pterygium Excision
Chapter-14 Pediatric Epiphora
Chapter-15 Congenital Tumors
Chapter-16 Imaging of the Orbit
Chapter-17 Orbital Neoplasms
Chapter-18 Orbital Disorders-Vascular Abnormalities
Chapter-19 Infections of the Orbit
Chapter-20 Orbital Implants
Chapter-21 Management of Orbital Trauma and Fractures
Chapter-22 Preseptal Cellulitis and Orbital Cellulitis
Chapter-23 Miscellaneous Disorders
Chapter-24 Update on Lasers in Oculoplasty
Chapter-25 Aesthetic Ophthalmoplastic with CO2 Laser
Chapter-26 Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy Recent Advances
Chapter-27 Special Oculoplasty Surgical Procedures
Chapter-28 Guided Sling Surgery Jacob-Agarwal Technique of Frontalis Suspension with Single Stab Incision
Chapter-29 Modified Corrugated Intracystic Implant for Chronic Dacryocystitis A Journey to Innovation
Chapter-30 Management of dysfunction of Meibomian Glands with Fugo Blade
Chapter-31 Fornix Reconstruction
Chapter-32 Sebaceous Gland Carcinoma and Muir-Torre’s Syndrome
Chapter-33 Pediatric Oculoplasty-An Evidance-based Update
Chapter-34 Periocular Applications of Botulinum Toxin
Techniques in Ophthalmology
Issue: Volume 9(3) pgs. 57-83 September 2011
This completely updated top-seller brings you essential ophthalmology guidance in the user-friendly, question-and-answer format of the highly popular Secrets Series. From basic science to visual fields and refraction, from the basic eye exam to discussions of all ophthalmologic disorders, from contact lenses to corneal transplantation, problems of the aging eye, and pediatric disorders-this book presents all the key elements of ophthalmology for clinical use, rounds, and board preparation. No matter what questions arise, while preparing for exams or in practice, Ophthalmology Secrets, 3rd Edition, has the answers you need…in print and online!Presents figures in full color for enhanced visual guidance.Expedites reference and review with a question-and-answer format, bulleted lists, mnemonics, and tips from the authors.Features a two-color page layout, “Key Points” boxes, and lists of useful web sites to enhance your referencing power.Includes a chapter containing the “Top 100 Secrets” in ophthalmology, enabling you to quickly review essential material.Comes in a convenient pocket size for easy acc3s$ to key information