Sujoy Ghosh MD (General Medicine) DM(Endocrinology) MRCP(UK) MRCPS(Glasgow) (Author), Andrew Collier BSc MD FRCP(Glasgow & Edinburgh) (Author), Mohan Varikkara MS FRCS (Edin) (Author), Stephen J. Palmer MIMI RMIP (Author)
Douglas J. Rhee (Author)
Color Atlas And Synopsis Of Clinical Ophthalmology — Wills Eye Institute — Glaucoma is part of a series developed by Philadelphia’s famed Wills Eye Institute.
Like all other books in this collection, 2nd edition Glaucoma combines short, succinct text with hundreds of beautiful full-color illustrations. Written for students, residents, and practitioners in all healthcare professions, this new edition provides the most comprehensive, yet easily accessible single resource covering all the major aspects of glaucoma.
More a field manual than an encyclopedic reference, this latest edition includes new chapters covering Surgical Management of Glaucoma, Schlemm’s Canal Surgery in Adults, and Surgical Management of Pediatric Glaucomas. The chapter on Imaging Technology of the Optic Nerve and Nerve Fiber Layer is also completely revised and updated.
This color atlas and synopsis is an excellent resource for all healthcare professionals when it comes to the diagnosis and management of glaucoma and the care of patients who suffer from this condition.
• New tonometric and anterior segment imaging technologies are incorporated
• Companion website with fully searchable text and image bank
Samuel Boyd (Author), MD (Author), Lihteh Wu (Author)
Ophthalmic surgery has become extremely sophisticated in the last years and even with advanced technology, surgeons are not exempted of complications during or after surgery. The wealth of innovative techniques and technology described in this book bears testimony to the creativity and expertise of ophthalmic surgeons when confronted with all kinds of ocular complications. Management of Complications in Ophthalmic Surgery, compiles all major subjects such as: Complications Associated with Local Ophthalmic Anesthesia Techniques; Complications in LASIK; Phakic Anterior Chamber Intraocular Lenses; Complications of Phakic Posterior Chamber IOL s; Common Complications During Phacoemulsification; Dislocated IOLs and Crystalline Lens; Postoperative Endophthalmitis; Cystoid Macular Edema; Complications of Glaucoma Filtration Surgery; Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage; Complications of Retinal Detachment Surgery; Management of Complications in Vitreoretinal Surgery; Management of Pterygium – Complications and Recurrence; Management of Penetrating Keratoplasty Complications; Management of Ocular Trauma.
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Oculoplastic Surgery – Basic Techniques
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This DVD shows (almost) full-length recordings of common oculoplastic procedures, sush as:
This unique format provides the learning surgeon a better understanding. All videos are of excellent high definition quality with voice-over in English.
ISBN: 978-90-79474-01-1 Rotterdam Eye Hospital
Frederick S. Brightbill MD (Author), Peter J. McDonnell MD (Author), Charles N. J. McGhee MB PhD FRCS FRCOphth FRANZCO (Author), Ayad A. Farjo MD (Author), Olivia Serdarevic MD (Author)
Publication Date: December 15, 2008 | ISBN-10: 0323048358 | ISBN-13: 978-0323048354 | Edition: 4th
This updated, full-color 4th edition features a greatly expanded surgical focus for a practical guide to corneal surgery. The expert guidance of internationally renowned editors provides you with authoritative and current coverage that takes you from an in-depth exploration corneal function as related to corneal surgery through to the correction of refractive errors. New chapters ensure that you stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the field. This easy-to-use, state-of-the-art resource has been reorganized to focus strictly on surgery to provide you with more coverage of recent surgical advances. Featuring a DVD-ROM with video clips of common surgical procedures, this is a text no ophthalmologic surgeon should be without.
Presents boxes of clinical pearls throughout the text for accessible expert guidance.
Features the latest surgical techniques and postoperative management of penetrating and lamellar keratoplasty -to provide you with details on hot topics in the field.
Gives you fresh insights with new sections and a broader perspective from a new team of editors.
Makes use of full color throughout the text, as well as step-by-step surgical line illustrations and full-color photographs so you gain a more accurate visual understanding of corneal surgery.
Emphasizes refractive surgery considerations, including technique, with supporting medical illustrations and video presentations.
Includes a bonus DVD-ROM with video clips of the most common surgical procedures for an excellent “real-time” guide.
Adam T. Gerstenblith MD (Author), Michael P. Rabinowitz MD (Author)
Publication Date: March 19, 2012 | ISBN-10: 1451109385 | ISBN-13: 978-1451109382 | Edition: Sixth, North American Edition
The thoroughly revised Sixth Edition of this classic reference on ocular disease is the perfect guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders. Written in a concise outline format, this quick reference is perfect for diagnosis and management of hundreds of ocular conditions. This pocket-size manual covers – from symptoms to treatment – all ocular disorders likely to be encountered in the office, emergency room, or hospital setting. RETAIL PDF NOW
Daniel M. Albert MD MS (Author), Joan W. Miller MD (Author), Dimitri T. Azar MD (Author), Barbara A. Blodi MD (Author)
Inside the 3rd edition of this esteemed masterwork, hundreds of the most distinguished authorities from around the world provide today’s best answers to every question that arises in your practice. They deliver in-depth guidance on new diagnostic approaches, operative technique, and treatment option, as well as cogent explanations of every new scientific concept and its clinical importance. With its new streamlined, more user-friendly, full-color format – as well as access to the complete contents online – this 3rd edition makes reference much faster, easier, and more versatile. More than ever, it’s the source you need to efficiently and confidently overcome any clinical challenge you may face.
- Comprehensive, authoritative, and richly illustrated coverage of every scientific and clinical principle in ophthalmology ensures that you will always be able to find the guidance you need to diagnose and manage your patients’ ocular problems and meet today’s standards of care.
- Updates include completely new sections on “Refractive Surgery” and “Ethics and Professionalism”… an updated and expanded “Geneitcs” section… an updated “Retina” section featuring OCT imaging and new drug therapies for macular degeneration… and many other important new developments that affect your patient care.
- A streamlined format (now four volumes instead of six) and a new, more user-friendly full-color design – with many at-a-glance summary tables, algorithms, boxes, diagrams, and thousands of phenomenal color illustrations – allows you to locate the assistance you need more rapidly than ever.
Mitchell Scheiman OD (Author), Maxine Scheiman (Author), Stephen G. Whittaker OTR (Author)
Low vision rehabilitation is rapidly growing as a specialty practice for occupational therapists. This growth requires practical, evidence-based information on the evaluation and treatment of the effects of low vision on occupational performance. Responding to this need, Low Vision Rehabilitation: A Practical Guide for Occupational Therapists blends standards of practice that have been developed over 50 years by low vision therapists and optometrists, with the latest scientific research and the unique perspective of occupational therapists.
Low Vision Rehabilitation presents an emerging model in which occupational therapists practice as part of a team of vision rehabilitation professionals serving adults with low vision. Occupational therapists offer a unique contribution to the vision rehabilitation team, with a focus on meaningful occupational goals, the incorporation of occupation into therapy, and the orchestration of environmental, social, and non-visual personal factors into a treatment plan. Mitchell Scheiman, Maxine Scheiman, and Stephen Whittaker have developed a practical and straightforward text outlining an evaluation approach to interventions that focus on recovering occupational performance in adults.
• Incorporates concepts from the AOTA Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process
• Provides most of the core knowledge required for the ACVREP low vision certification examination and AOTA specialty certification in low vision
• Includes an occupational therapy vision rehabilitation evaluation consisting of four components: occupational profile/case history, evaluation of visual factors, environmental evaluation, evaluation of occupational performance
• Emphasizes intervention and low vision rehabilitation treatment including modification of the environment, use of non-optical assistive devices, use of optical devices, and use of computer technology
• Provides valuable information on how to start an independent practice in low vision rehabilitation
• Includes chapters on diabetic management and electronic assistive technology
• Includes access to a companion website with printable forms and additional resources with text purchase
Written by authors who are optometrists, occupational therapists, researchers, and certified low vision therapists (CLVT), Low Vision Rehabilitation employs an interdisciplinary perspective that is unique, practical, and credible.
Scott M. Steidl (Editor), Mary Elizabeth Hartnett (Editor)
Vitreoretinal disease is the leading cause of severe vision loss in most developed countries. This all-encompassing new book is designed to enhance diagnosis and treatment of retinal pathology as you proceed from initial finding to differential diagnosis and treatment. Using evidence-based medicine to develop management strategies and featuring pathway diagrams and decision-making trees, the book links specific symptoms to the appropriate diagnosis and most effective treatment.
A top team of retinal specialists have come together to create this pace-setting reference, covering everything from retinal detachment and hemorrhage, to pigmented lesions and noninfectious inflammation. Chapters are uniquely arranged by presenting symptom instead of diagnosis, allowing you to find material quickly and easily.
Key features of this valuable book:
Broad coverage of all important topics, including both pediatric and adult retinal diseases
Clinical decision-making trees and pathway diagrams offering a yes-or-no approach to diagnosis and treatment
Beneficial question and answer format provides clarity and explanations for specific problems
Helpful table of contents organized by presenting symptom
Clinical Pathways in Vitreoretinal Disease is essential for all retina specialists, general ophthalmologists, and residents who treat severe vision loss. It offers the valuable information needed to reach an accurate diagnosis and provide optimal patient care. The book also serves as an excellent text for retina and general ophthalmology courses.
N. Venkatesh Prajna (Author)
1. Introduction……………………………………………………….. 1
1.1 Visual Acuity 1
1.2 Color Vision 10
1.3 Anatomical Landmarks in Eye 14
1.4 Pharmacology 18
1.5 Slit Lamp Biomicroscope 26
1.6 Direct Ophthalmoscope 33
1.7 Indirect Ophthalmoscopy 36
1.8 X-rays in Ophthalmology 40
1.9 Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging 48
2. Cornea…………………………………………………………….. 55
2.1 Keratometry 55
2.2 Corneal Vascularization 58
2.3 Corneal Anesthesia 60
2.4 Corneal Deposits 63
2.5 Bacterial and Fungal Corneal Ulcer 66
2.6 Acanthamoeba Keratitis 72
2.7 Viral Keratitis 77
2.8 Interstitial Keratitis 80
2.9 Mooren’s Ulcer 82
2.10 Band-Shaped Keratopathy 88
2.11 Adherent Leukoma 91
2.12 Bowen’s Disease 94
2.13 Keratoconus 98
2.14 Stromal Dystrophies—Cornea 107
2.15 Fuch’s Endothelial Dystrophy 117
2.16 Endothelial Disorders and Bullous Keratopathy 121
2.17 Keratoplasty 125
3. Uvea………………………………………………………………. 134
3.1 Uveitis—History and Clinical Features 134
3.2 Sympathetic Ophthalmia 150
3.3 Fuch’s Heterochromic Iridocyclitis 152
3.4 Vogt Koyanagi Harada Syndrome 154
3.5 Behcet’s Disease 156
3.6 Investigations in Uveitis 158
3.7 Treatment of Uveitis 172
ARAVIND FAQs IN OPHTHALMOLOGY viii
4. Glaucoma……………………………………………………….. 178
4.1 Tonometry 178
4.2 Gonioscopy 186
4.3 Glaucoma Diagnostic with Variable Corneal
Compensation (GDx VCC) 192
4.4 Glaucoma Visual Field Defects 194
4.5 Ultrasound Biomicroscopy in Glaucoma 201
4.6 Angle Closure Glaucoma 203
4.7 Management of an Acute Attack of Angle Closure
4.8 Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma 213
4.9 Neovascular Glaucoma 220
4.10 Pigmentary Glaucoma 229
4.11 Pseudoexfoliation Glaucoma 233
4.12 Uveitic Glaucoma 239
4.13 Steroid Induced Glaucoma 242
4.14 Lens Induced Glaucoma 245
4.15 Medical Management of Glaucoma 249
4.16 Newer Drugs in Glaucoma 260
4.17 Lasers in Glaucoma 266
4.18 Trabeculectomy 275
4.19 Modulation of Wound Healing in Glaucoma Filtering
4.20 Glaucoma Drainage Devices (GDD) 293
4.21 Cyclodestructive Procedures 302
5. Lens and Cataract ………………………………………….. 308
6. Retina …………………………………………………………….. 314
6.1 Fundus Fluorescein Angiography (FFA) 314
6.2 Ultrasonography (USG) 325
6.3 Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) 330
6.4 Lasers in Diabetic Retinopathy 338
6.5 Hypertensive Retinopathy (HTN Retinopathy) 349
6.6 Central Retinal Vein Occlusion (CRVO) 355
6.7 Central Retinal Artery Occlusion (CRAO) 363
6.8 Retinal Detachment (RD) 368
6.9 Endophthalmitis 390
6.10 Retinitis Pigmentosa 398
6.11 Retinoblastoma (RB) 407
6.12 Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) 414
6.13 Vitrectomy 422
6.14 Central Serous Chorioretinopathy (CSCR) 426
6.15 Angiogenesis 428
7. Neuro-Ophthalmology …………………………………….. 430
7.1 The Normal Pupil 430
7.2 Optic Nerve Head 435
7.3 Optic Neuritis 442
7.4 Papilledema 449
7.5 Optic Atrophy 464
7.6 Optic Disk Anomalies 474
7.7 Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy 480
7.8 Oculomotor Nerve 485
7.9 Fourth Nerve Palsy 496
7.10 Abducens Nerve Palsy 500
7.11 Myasthenia Gravis 505
7.12 Nystagmus 513
7.13 Visual Fields in Neuro-Ophthalmology 519
7.14 Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis 523
7.15 Carotico-Cavernous Fistulas 530
7.16 Carotid Artery Occlusion 532
7.17 Ophthalmoplegia 537
7.18 Malingering 543
8. Orbit ……………………………………………………………….. 548
8.1 Ectropion 548
8.2 Entropion 557
8.3 Ptosis 562
8.4 Eyelid Reconstruction 568
8.5 Blepharophimosis Syndrome 576
8.6 Thyroid-Related Orbitopathy (TRO) and Proptosis 577
8.7 Blowout Fractures of the Orbit 597
8.8 Orbitotomies 602
8.9 Botulinum Toxin 606
8.10 Dacryocystorhinostomy 608
9. Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus………… 610
9.1 Diplopia Charting 619
9.2 Hess Charting 621
10. Miscellaneous…………………………………………………. 626
10.1 Vitamin A Deficiency 626
10.2 Localization of Intraocular Foreign Bodies (IOFB) 631
10.3 Community Ophthalmology 641
Case Sheet Writing…………………………………………………. 649
Index …………………………………………………………………….. 669
Ulrich Spandau (Author), Heinrich Heimann
Since the development of 23G vitrectomy in 2004, the technique has revolutionized retinal surgery by overcoming a number of the problems associated with 20G and 25G systems and offering significant improvements in surgical capability and fluidics. This important book first discusses the instruments and equipment employed in 23G vitrectomy and then explains, step by step, the various surgical techniques with the aid of informative diagrams and many high-quality photos. In addition, videos are included that document the different procedures, from the straightforward to the demanding. This book will serve as an immensely useful guide for all surgeons who are intending to make use of this exciting and increasingly used technique.
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Atlas Of Clinical Ophthalmology, Third Edition
David J. Spalton FRCS FRCP FRCOphth, Roger A. Hitchings FRCP FRCOphth, Paul Hunter FRCP FRCOphth
A definite visual feast, this book is a prize for any bookshelf.” (American Journal of Ophthalmology, review of the last edition) The 3rd Edition of this critically acclaimed source offers unparalleled visual guidance on state-of-the-art ocular diagnostic imaging, pathology, and surgery. More than 3,400 outstanding photographs and line drawings (over 1,800 in full color) richly capture a full range of common and uncommon eye disorders and the methods used to treat them. And, a bonus CD enables users to incorporate all of the book’s images into electronic presentations.Features contributions from 20 world-renowned authorities.Discusses examination, investigation, and diagnosis for each ophthalmic syndrome, as well as relevant embryology, histology, pathology, and ocular manifestations of systemic disease. Offers an organization both by chapter and by ophthalmic subspecialty, making information easy to find.Depicts the very newest imaging and pathology studies and their findings.Covers the latest refractive surgery and LASIK techniques.Delivers over 1,000 completely new illustrations-3,400 in all-over 1,800 in full color.
Includes all of the book’s images on CD for convenient use in electronic presentations. With 17 additional contributors.
Stephen J. Ryan MD (Author), Andrew P. Schachat MD (Author), Charles P. Wilkinson MD (Author), David R. Hinton MD (Author), Pat Wilkinson MD (Author)
Publication Date: September 26, 2005 | ISBN-10: 0323025986 | ISBN-13: 978-0323025980 | Edition: 4
Praised by JAMA as “The most complete description of the development, structure, function, pathophysiology, and treatment of the retina and its diseases to be found anywhere,” this monumental three-volume work puts all of today’s scientific and clinical knowledge of the retina at readers’ fingertips. The New Edition has been comprehensively updated and reorganized to reflect all of the very latest scientific and genetic discoveries, diagnostic imaging methods, drug therapies, treatment recommendations, and surgical techniques. The result is an indispensable reference and diagnostic tool for generalists and specialists alike.
Delivers the editorial expertise of four highly respected authorities, as well as contributions from internationally recognized leaders in visual science, ophthalmology, and vitreoretinal studies.
Presents more than 3,400 superb illustrations (2,200 in full color) that capture all forms of retinal disease from every perspective.
Offers the very latest information on the genetic basis of retinal disease, diagnostic retinal imaging, photodynamic therapy, and age-related macular degeneration.
Examines the most recent advances in diagnostic indocyanine green angiography · optical coherence tomography (OCT) and quantitative fluoroscein angiography · macular translocation with 360° peripheral retinectomy · surgery for diffuse macular edema due to multiple causes, including proliferative vitreoretinopathy · artificial vision · and much more.
Features a completely restructured section on age-related macular degeneration that includes epidemiology and risk factors · prophylaxis and prevention knowledge gained from large clinical trials like AREDS · proven and experimental treatments for AMD · and pharmacotherapy………………….
Joyce Tombran-Tink (Editor), Colin J. Barnstable (Editor), Thomas W. Gardner (Editor)
An exciting contribution to the field, Visual Dysfunction in Diabetes: The Science of Patient Impairment and Improvement is designed with two overriding objectives: to help readers understand the impact of vision impairment in people living daily with diabetes rather than considering diabetic retinopathy solely as a medical problem, and to explore what we know and don’t know about the ways diabetes affect the eye. With the plethora of new information being generated, there are still a series of fundamental questions that must be addressed if effective treatments for diabetic retinopathy are to be found and applied. Developed by a renowned group of authorities, Visual Dysfunction in Diabetes: The Science of Patient Impairment and Improvement offers responses and context for a range of questions, such as: do metabolic factors beyond glucose contribute to vision-threatening diabetic retinopathy? If so, how do these lead to vision impairment? Is diabetic retinopathy a response to systemic metabolic abnormalities or are there unique ocular problems related to insulin resistance? What is the relationship between the neural, vascular, and inflammatory abnormalities in diabetic retinopathy? Do they represent a pathological cascade induced sequentially or simultaneous responses to one or more metabolic perturbations? The authors note that if we do not address these types of questions, it is possible that the long process of developing new therapeutics will target only one arm of the pathology and leave the retina open to damaging consequences of the others. State-of-the-art, comprehensive, and an invaluable addition the research and clinical literature, Visual Dysfunction in Diabetes: The Science of Patient Impairment and Improvement offers guidance and a significant step toward new scientific approaches that can lessen the devastating vision impairment associated with diabetes.
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Chung Nen Chua (Author)
This book is an aid for revision and continuing professional development, with multiple choice questions (MCQs) and full explanatory answers to assist learning. It is designed to help residents, ophthalmologists and optometrists prepare for the MRCOphth, MRCS, FRCS and final optometry exams respectively. It also serves as a comprehensive guide to help fully qualified ophthalmologists update and expand their knowledge of ophthalmology.
It includes updates in recent scientific clinical trials and studies, medical therapeutics and surgical procedures covering the subspecialities of cornea and external disease, refractive surgery, cataract, glaucoma, orbital disease and oculoplastics, surgical and medical retina, paediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, uveitis, ocular oncology and pathology.