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2nd Edition
KRACHMER, Jay H. o MANNIS, Mark J. o HOLLAND, Edward J.
ISBN 9780323023153 ou ISBN 0323023150
2240 páginas






· Presents a wealth of new material on all of today's hottest topics, including the molecular genetics of corneal diseases, dry eye, ocular graft vs. host disease, typical mycobacteria keratitis, acanthamoeba and other parasitic corneal infections, ocular surface transplantation, glaucoma after penetrating keratoplasty, deep lamellar endothelial keratoplasty, and many more.
· Includes thoroughly revised and significantly expanded coverage of all of the advances in refractive surgery, including LASIK, LASEK, intrastromal corneal rings, phakic myopic intraocular lenses, conductive and thermal kerotoplasty, wavefront theory and its applications, and the surgical techniques of the future.
· Offers an important new chapter, External Eye Manifestations of Chemical and Biological Warfare.
· Features a completely new full-color layout and design with over 2,300 information-rich, atlas-quality illustrations, 1,300 in full color, as well as boxes and summary tables that makes information easier to access.
· Includes a bonus DVD with full-color, high-resolution video clips that demonstrate the proper technique for 16 difficult and/or new diagnostic and surgical procedures (including LASIK and penetrating keratoplasty), AND all of the illustrations from the 2-volume set, downloadable for electronic presentations!




Here's the New Edition of the reference lauded by Archives of Ophthalmology as one of the One Hundred Important Ophthalmology Books of the 20th Century! Three internationally renowned editors and over 250 distinguished contributors explore all of the important discoveries and advances that are changing the practice of ophthalmology. They discuss the genetic, molecular biologic, biochemical and immunological findings that are leading to a better understanding of corneal dystrophies, allergic kerato-conjunctivitis, dry eye conditions, and many other corneal and external eye diseases. Their in-depth, clinically focused coverage describes today's new approaches to treating ocular surface diseases and details the dramatic changes occurring in the field of refractive surgery. An accompanying DVD features all of the more than 2,300 superb illustrations from the book, downloadable for electronic presentations, as well as video clips, narrated by the authors, that demonstrate important diagnostic and surgical procedures.




KRACHMER, Jay H., MD
Professor and Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

MANNIS, Mark J., MD
Professor and Chair, Director of Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery, Department of Ophthalmology, University of California, Davis, Sacramento, CA

HOLLAND, Edward J., MD
Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Cincinnati, Director of Cornea Service, Cincinnati Eye Institute, Cincinnati, OH, USA

SUMÁRIO

Volume I
Fundamentals and Medical Aspects of Cornea and External Disease
PART I: BASIC SCIENCE AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSES
Section 1- Basic Science: Cornea, Sclera, and Ocular Adnexa Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, and Biomechanics
1. Cornea: Anatomy and Physiology Teruo Nishida 2. Sclera Jody A. Rada, Janell M. Johnson 3. The Conjunctiva: Anatomy and Physiology J. Daniel Nelson, J. Douglas Cameron 4. Tear Film Roger W. Beuerman 5. Eyelids Darrell E. Wolfley

Section 2- Pathologic Responses of the Cornea, Sclera, and Ocular Adnexa
6. The Ocular Immune Response Charles S. Bouchard 7. Corneal Response to Infection Michael Nordlund, Jay S. Pepose 8. Corneal Reaction to Injury J. Douglas Cameron 9. Modulation of Corneal Wound Healing Sonal Tuli, Michael Goldstein, Gregory S. Schultz 10. Pathogenesis of Sterile Corneal Erosions and Ulcerations Angela Watkins, Damien C. Macaluso, Sandy T. Feldman

PART II: EXAMINING AND IMAGING THE CORNEA AND EXTERNAL EYE
Section 1- The Anterior Refracting Surface of the Cornea
11. Refraction of the Abnormal Cornea Jay Krachmer and Mark Mannis 12. Keratometry, Photokeratoscopy, and Computer-assisted Topographic Analysis Leo J. Maguire

Section 2- Basic Evaluation of the Cornea and External Eye
13. Examination of the Lids William D. Mathers [Video] 14. Slit Lamp Examination and Photography Csaba L. Mártonyi 15. Tear Film Evaluation Michael Lemp [Video] 16. Corneal Diagnostic Techniques William J. Faulkner, Gary A. Varley
Section 3- Laboratory Investigations
17. Practical Ophthalmic Microbiology for the Detection of Corneal Pathogens Regis P Kowalski 18. Molecular Genetics of Corneal Diseases John Fingert and Edwin Stone
Section 4- High Magnification Techniques
19. Specular Microscopy Chris Phillips, Ronald Laing and Richard Yee 20. Confocal Microscopy W. Matthew Petroll, H. Dwight Cavanagh, James V. Jester 21. High Resolution Ultrasound Charles J. Pavlin, F. Stuart Foster

PART III: DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF SELECTED PROBLEMS IN CORNEA AND EXTERNAL EYE DISEASE
22. Congenital Corneal Opacities Renata Rezende, Elizabeth Cohen, Uchoandro Uchoa, Ralph Eagle, Richard Wilson and Christopher Rapuano 23. Peripheral Corneal Disease George A. Stern 24. The Corneal Ulcer Carol L. Karp, Richard K. Forster 25. Corneal Edema Vahid Feiz 26. Corneal Deposits David A. Palay 27. Corneal Infiltrates in the Contact Lens Patient Andrew J. Epstein, Christopher J. Rapuano, and Elisabeth J. Cohen 28. The Red Eye Michael B. Shapiro, Christopher R. Croasdale 29. Minimal Visual Loss: Determining the Role of the Cornea David Litoff 30. The Patient with Itching and Burning Scott Uttley

PART IV: EYE BANKING
31. Structure and Function of Eye Banks Ellen Heck 32. Medical Standards for Eye Banking David Glasser

PART V: THE OCULAR ADNEXA
Section 1- Diseases of the Lid: Anatomic Abnormalities
33. Entropion, Ectropion, and Trichiasis Catherine N. Burkat, Richard K. Dortzbach, Bradley N. Lemke 34. Lagophthalmos and Other Malpositions of the Lid Robert C. Kersten

Section 2- Diseases of the Lid: Tumors
35. Benign Lid Tumors Richard C. Allen, Michael L. Murphy, Jeffrey A. Nerad 36. Malignant Eyelid Tumors David T. Tse, Steven M. Gilberg Section 3- Diseases of the Lid: Inflammation and Infections 37. Blepharitis: Overview and Classification Joseph A. Eliason 38. Seborrhea and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction Paul Driver, Michael A. Lemp 39. Bacterial Eyelid Infections Louis E. Probst 40. Viral Eyelid Infections Bradley H. Scharf 41. Fungal and Parasitic Eyelid Infections Andrew Lee Moyes, Anthony J. Verachtert

Section 4- Disorders of Tear Production and the Lacrimal System
42. Dry Eye Ali Djalilian, Pedram Hamrah, Stephen C. Pflugfelder 43. Dacryoadenitis, Dacryocystitis, and Canaliculitis David R. Jordan 44. Epiphora Philip H Choo, Sean D Andrean

PART VI: THE CONJUNCTIVA
Section 1- Conjunctival Disease: Tumors
45. Squamous Neoplasms of the Conjunctiva Michael A. Warner, Frederick A. Jakobiec 46. Melanocytic Neoplasms of the Conjunctiva Ian W. McLean 47. Subepithelial Neoplasms of the Conjunctiva Michael A. Warner, Frederick A. Jakobiec

Section 2- Conjunctivitis
48. Conjunctivitis: An Overview and Classification Thomas D. Lindquist 49. Bacterial Conjunctivitis Sarkis H. Soukiasian, Jules Baum 50. Viral Conjunctivitis Lenio Alvarenga, Marinho Scarpi and Mark Mannis 51. Chlamydial Infections David Rootman 52. Ophthalmia Neonatorum Thomas D. Lindquist 53. Parinaud's Oculoglandular Syndrome William D. Gruzensky 54. Seasonal and Perennial Allergic Conjunctivitis Jason Rothman, Michael Raizman and Mitchell Friedlaender 55. Vernal and Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis Neal P. Barney 56. Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis Steven P. Dunn, David G. Heidemann 57. Cicatricial Pemphigoid C. Stephen Foster 58. Erythema Multiforme, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Harilaos Brilakis, Florentino E. Palmon, Guy F. Webster, and Edward J. Holland [Video] 59. Toxic Conjunctivitis Charles D Reilly, Mark J Mannis and Steven D. Chang 60. Superior Limbic Keratoconjunctivitis William T. Driebe, Jr. and Subir Singh Bhatia 61. Ligneous Conjunctivitis Harilaos Brilakis, Edward J. Holland and Gary S. Schwartz

PART VII: DISEASES OF THE CORNEA
Section 1- Developmental Abnormalities of Cornea
62. Developmental Corneal Anomalies of Size and Shape Andrew Velazquez, Terry Kim 63. Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome and Peters Anomaly Wallace L.M. Alward
Section 2- Corneal Manifestations of Systemic Disease and Therapies
64. Corneal Manifestations of Metabolic Diseases Kenneth R. Kenyon, Samuel E. Navon, Christos Haritoglou 65. Skeletal and Connective Tissue Disorders Eric B. Baylin, Elias I. Traboulsi 66. Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Other Systemic Inflammatory Diseases Glenn L. Stoller, Terry L. Kaiura, George J. Florakis 67. Nutritional Disorders Andrew A.E. Pyott, Deval R. Paranjpe, Christopher J. Newton, Colin M. Kirkness 68. Hematologic Disorders Michael R. Grimmett 69. Endocrine Disease and the Cornea Rebecca M. Bartow 70. Dermatologic Disorders Alan E. Sadowsky 71. Infectious Disease: Corneal Manifestations Gaurav K. Shah, Jay H. Krachmer 72. Corneal and External Ocular Infections in Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Bennie Jeng, Careen Y. Lowder, Gary N. Holland, David M. Meisler 73. Ocular Graft-versus-Host Disease Stella Kim 74. Corneal Manifestations of Local and Systemic Therapies Carol J. Hoffman, Peter R. Laibson
Section 3- Corneal Dystrophies, Ectatic Disorders, and Degenerations
75. Anterior Corneal Dystrophies Peter R. Laibson 76. The Stromal Dystrophies Luciene B. De Sousa, Mark J. Mannis 77. Posterior Membrane Dystrophies Robert W. Weisenthal, Barbara W. Streeten 78. Noninflammatory Ectatic Disorders Robert S. Feder and Preeya Kshettry 79. Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndrome Emmett F. Carpel 80. Corneal and Conjunctival Degenerations Richard I Chang and Steven S.T. Ching
Section 4- Corneal Infections
81. Bacterial Keratitis Andrew J.W. Huang, Pongmas Wichiensin, Mei-Chuan Yang 82. Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Keratitis Joung Y. Kim 83. Herpes Simplex Keratitis Edward J. Holland, Harilaos Brilakis and Gary S. Schwartz 84. Herpes Zoster Keratitis W. Barry Lee, Thomas J. Liesegang 85. Less Common Viral Corneal Infections Kenneth C. Chern, David M. Meisler 86. Fungal Keratitis Eduardo C. Alfonso, Robert H. Rosa, Jr., Darlene Miller 87. Acanthamoeba keratitis Hassan Alizadeh, Jerry Y. Niederkorn, James P. McCulley 88. Corneal Diseases in the Developing World Salmaan H. Qureshi and Hugh R. Taylor
Section 5- Interstitial Keratitis
89. Syphilitic Interstitial Keratitis Kirk R. Wilhelmus 90. Nonsyphilitic Interstitial Keratitis Scott M Whitcup, Janine A Smith Section 6- Noninfectious Keratopathy 91. Recurrent Erosion Syndromes Roy Scott Rubinfeld 92. Filamentary Keratitis Richard S Davidson and Mark J. Mannis 93. The Superficial Punctate Keratitis of Thygeson Ivan R. Schwab, Sean D. Adrean 94. Neurotrophic Keratitis Erich B. Groos, Jr. 95. Factitious Keratoconjunctivitis Matthew R. Parsons
Section 7- Immunologic Disorders of the Cornea
96. Corneal Disease in Rheumatoid Arthritis Michael S Conners, Richard D Brasington, Jeffrey R Padousis and Anthony J. Lubniewski 97. Corneal Disease Associated with Non-R rheumatoid Collagen-vascular Disease Joel Sugar 98. Phlyctenular Keratoconjunctivitis and Marginal Staphylococcal Keratoconjunctivitis Reza M. Mozayeni, Sheridan Lam 99. Mooren's Ulcer Gerald W. Zaidman, Bartley J. Mondino
Section 8- Corneal Trauma
100. Mechanical Injury M. Bowes Hamill 101. Surgical Trauma: Pseudophakic and Aphakic Corneal Edema Shahzad Mian and Alan Sugar 102. Acid Injuries of the Eye Daryl A. Pfister, Roswell R. Pfister 103. Alkali Injuries of the Eye Roswell R. Pfister, Daryl A. Pfister 104. External Eye Manifestations of Chemical and Biological Warfare Craig A. Skolnick
Section 9- Contact Lenses
105. Indications for Contact Lens Use Robert C. Campbell, Timothy O. Koch [Video] 106. Fitting the Abnormal Cornea Timothy T. McMahon, Loretta B. Szczotka 107. Complications of Contact Lens Wear John F. Stamler

PART VIII: THE SCLERA AND ANTERIOR UVEA
Section 1- Disorders of the Sclera
108. Episcleritis Eric S. Pearlstein 109. Scleritis Pascale Dubé, Brian L. Schwam, Michael B. Raizman
Section 2- Anterior Uveitis
110. Classification and Diagnosis of Anterior Uveitis Ali Djalilian, R. Christopher Walton, Robert B. Nussenblatt 111. Idiopathic Uveitis William G. Hodge, Anuj Bhargava 112. HLA-B27-Related Uveitis Marc D. De Smet and Jenny Ongkosuwito 113. Sarcoidosis Miriam Schteingart, Howard H. Tessler 114. Behçet's Disease David C. Herman 115. Fuchs' Heterochromic Iridocyclitis Debra A. Goldstein, Sheridan Lam, Howard H. Tessler 116. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Joseph Tauber

Volume II
Surgery of the Cornea and Conjunctiva
PART IX: PENETRATING KERATOPLASTY
Section 1- Preoperative Considerations
117. Indications and Outcomes James I. McNeill 118. Preoperative Evaluation of the Keratoplasty Patient Frederick S. Brightbill, Robert E. Brass 119. Instrumentation for Corneal Transplant Surgery Mark R. Mandel
Section 2- Penetrating Keratoplasty: Technique
[Video] 120. Penetrating Keratoplasty David D. Verdier [Video] 121. Combined Penetrating Keratoplasty and Cataract Extraction O. Claron Alldredge, Jr. [Video] 122. Penetrating Keratoplasty and Intraocular Lens Exchange Harilaos Brilakis, Louis E. Probst and Edward J. Holland 123. Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques Woodford Van Meter, Douglas G. Katz 124. Intra-operative Complications of Penetrating Keratoplasty John J. Purcell, Jr.
Section 3- Penetrating Keratoplasty: Postoperative Management
125. Routine Management Corey A. Miller 126. Early Postoperative Complications Bradley H. Scharf 127. Postkeratoplasty Astigmatism Mark G. Speaker, Faisal Haq, Robert Latkany, Charles S. Reing 128. Diagnosis and Management of Corneal Allograft Rejection Gary N. Foulks 129. Infections after Penetrating Keratoplasty Bennie H. Jeng, Karen W. Oxford, Richard L. Abbott 130. Retrocorneal Membranes Kristin M. Hammersmith and Christopher J. Rapuano 131. Glaucoma after Penetrating Keratoplasty James D. Brandt, Michele C. Lim and David G. O'Day
Section 4- Complicated Penetrating Keratoplasty
132. Pediatric Penetrating Keratoplasty Peter Gloor 133. Immunologic High-Risk Penetrating Keratoplasty Pedram Hamrah, Ali R. Djalilian and R. Doyle Stulting 134. Large Diameter Corneal Grafts John W. Cowden 135. Surgery for Peripheral Corneal Thinning Disorders Frank A. Hassard and Richard A. Eiferman 136. Penetrating Keratoplasty in Herpes simplex Disease Denise de Freitas

PART X: THERAPEUTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE PROCEDURES
Section 1- Corneal Surgery
[Video] 137. Management of Corneal Perforations Marc A. Honig, Christopher J. Rapuano [Video] 138. Lamellar Keratoplasty William H. Benson, John D. Goosey 139. Therapeutic Keratoplasty Eric D. Donnenfeld, Renee Solomon [Video] 140. Endothelial Replacement Mark Terry 141. Keratoprosthesis Claes H. Dohlman, Scott Barnes, Joseph Ma [Video] 142. Corneal Surgery for Ocular Surface Disease Larry F. Rich 143. Phototherapuetic Keratectomy Peter Hersch, Shawn R. Klein, Michael D. Wagoner
Section 2- Conjunctival Surgery
144. Management of Pterygium Craig Skolnick, Michael R. Grimmett 145. Conjunctival Flaps Bruce D. Nichols, Christopher M. Anjema 146. Management of Conjunctival and Corneal Neoplasia Gary S. Schwartz, Edward J. Holland
Section 3- Ocular Surface Transplantation
147. Classification and Staging of Ocular Surface Disease Gary S. Schwartz, Edward J. Holland [Video] 148. Surgical Techniques for Ocular Surface Reconstruction Edward J. Holland, Gary S. Schwartz, Michael L. Nordlund 149. Postoperative Management of Ocular Surface Reconstruction Ali Djalilian, Edward J. Holland, Gary S. Schwartz 150. Penetrating Keratoplasty in Ocular Surface Disease Jason K. Darlington, Mark J. Mannis
Section 4- Anterior Segment Surgery
[Video] 151. Surgical Management and Rehabilitation of Anterior Segment Trauma Marian S. Macsai 152. Cyclectomy and Iridocycletomy Lawrence A. Gans 153. Management of Scleral Perforation M. Bowes Hamill

PART XI: REFRACTIVE SURGERY
Section 1- History and Overview of Refractive Surgery
154. Refractive Surgery: Past, Present, and Future Steven C. Schallhorn
Section 2- Preoperative Considerations
155. Preoperative Evaluation for Refractive Surgery James Salz and William Trattler 156. Topographic Analysis in Keratorefractive Surgery Michael W. Belin, Jill F. Rodila
Section 3
157. Photorefractive Keratectomy M. Bruce Jackson and Abdulraman Al-Muammar
Section 4- Laser in Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK)
[Video] 158. LASIK Technique Steve Lane, Reval R. Paranjpe and David H. Park 159. LASIK for Myopia Patricia Sierra Wilkinson, David R. Hardten, Richard L. Lindstrom 160. LASIK for Hyperopia Marcel Netto, Renato Ambrosio and Steve Wilson 161. LASIK for Mixed Asigmatism Barry Lee, Frank Garcia 162. LASIK Complications Louis E. Probst
Section 5
[Video] 163. Laser Assisted Subepithelial Keratomileusis (LASEK) Dimitri Azar
Section 6
[Video] 164. Intrastromal Corneal Ring Segments Alan Westeren, Raymund Angeles, Sujata Purohit and David Schanzlin
Section 7
[Video] 165. Incisional Keratotomy T.P. Werblin, James L. Salz, Louis D. Nichamin
Section 8
[Video] 166. Phakic Myopic Intraocular Lenses David Park, Steve Lane Section 9
[Video] 167. Thermal Keratoplasty D. Rex Hamilton, David R. Hardten and Richard L. Lindstrom
Section 10- Wavefront Technology
168. Wavefront George Mintsioulis, Rejean Munger and Abdulrahman Al-Muamar
Section 11- Emerging Technologies in Refractive Surgery
169. Developing Techniques in Refractive Surgery Ezra Maguen, Kristin Nesburn 170. - The Future Of Refractive Surgery: Confluence Of Techniques, Staged Delivery And Criteria For Assessment George O. Waring, III

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Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca Elsevier Usa
Cód. Barras 9780323023153
Altura 21.00 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780323023153
Profundidade 1.00 cm
Referência 0323023150
Ano da edição 24/11/2004
Número de Páginas 2240
Peso 0.73 Kg
Largura 14.00 cm
AutorKRACHMER

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