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Ophthalmology 2E Intl Ed (Cód: 1438821)

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2nd Edition
YANOFF, Myron o DUCKER, Jay S.
ISBN 9780808922919 ou ISBN 0808922912
1678 páginas





o Presents eight brand-new chapters: Perspectives on Aberrations of the Eye; Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis Complications; Management of LASIK Complications; Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis; Laser Thermal Keratoplasty; Epibulbar Tumors; Most Urgent Ophthalmic Pathologies; and Nonpenetrating Glaucoma Surgery

o Offers an entirely new section- Neuro-ophthalmologic Emergencies -as well as completely revised sections on Refractive Surgery ; Cataract; Cornea and External Disease ; and Uveitis and Other Intraocular Inflammations

o Provides a wealth of new material on molecular biology/cytogenetics * electronic images * electronic vision * and wavefront testing

o Features more than 400 new illustrations.




This state-of-the-art reference covers every aspect of ophthalmology in one volume, encompassing the latest genetics knowledge o diagnostic techniques o management strategies o surgical approaches o new drugs o and more. An esteemed editorial team and contributions from over 140 expert practitioners provide reliable guidance on practically every ophthalmic condition and procedure. The New Edition incorporates new material on laser-assisted surgical techniques…nonpenetrating glaucoma surgery…neuro-ophthalmologic emergencies…and more. Over 2,200 detailed photographic images (over 1600 in full color) and a color-coded, user-friendly layout make reference easy.




YANOFF, Myron, MD
Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology, Allegheny University Hospitals, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

DUCKER, Jay S., MD
New England Eye Center, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA



TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 1: Genetics and Ocular Embryology

1. Fundamentals of human genetics
2. Molecular genetics of selected ocular disorders
3. Embryology of the eye

PART 2. Optics and Refraction

4. Visible light
5. Physical optics for clinicians
6. Light damage to the eye
7. Principles of lasers
8. Light units
9. Optics of the normal eye
10. Epidemiology of refractiive errors
11. Subjective testing of refraction
12. Contact lenses
13. Ophthalmic instrumentation
14. Perspectives on aberrations of the eye

PART 3. Refractive Surgery

15. Introduction to refractive surgery
16. Preoperative evaluation for refractive surgery
17. Radial and astigmatiic keratotomy
18. Excimer laser photorefractiive keratectomy
19. Automated and manual lamellar surgical prodecures and epikeratoplasty
20. LASIK - Indications and techniques
21. LASIK - Complications
22. Management of LASIK complications
23. LASEK 24. LTK
25. Intracorneal rings and implants
26. Phakic IOLs
27. Refractve aspects of cataract surgery

PART 4: The Lens
Section 1: BASIC SCIENCE OF THE LENS

28. Anatomy
29. Physiology
30. Biophysics
31. Biochemistry
32. Evolution and molecular biology
33. Age changes
34. Secondary cataract

Section 2: CATARACT

35. Pathophysiology
36. Cataract formaton mechanisms
37. Epidemiology, morphology, and visual effects of lens opacities of cataract

Section 3: LENS REPLACEMENT

38. Optics of aphakia
39. Pseudophakia and measurements
40. Evolution and pathology of intracular lens implantation
41. Corneal topography in cataract surgery

Section 4: LENS SURGERY

42. Indications for lens surgery and technical options
43. Patent workup for cataract surgery
44. The pharmacotherapy of cataract surgery
45. Anesthesia for cataract surgery
46. The mechanical and hydrodynamic aspects of phacoemulsification
47. Small incision cataract surgery
48. Manual cataract extraction
49. Combined procedures
50. Cataract surgery in complicated eyes
51. Management of eyes after small incision phacoemulsification and lens implantaton
52. Pediatric cataract surgery
Section 5: COMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOMES

53. Complications of cataract surgery 54. Outcomes of cataract surgery

PART 5: Cornea and External Disease

55. Disorders of the conjunctiva and limbus
56. Corneal epithelium
57. Corneal endothelium
58. Congenital corneal anomalies
59. Stromal corneal dystrophies and ectasias
60. Conjunctival and corneal degenerations
61. Non-infectious keratitis 62. Infectious keratitis
63. Corneal and conjunctival surgery
64. Episcleritis, sclertis and other scleral disorders
65. Dry-eye
66. Cornea and external eye manifestations of systemic disease
67. Epibulbar tumors

PART 6: Strabismus
Section 1: BASIC SCIENCE

68. Anatomy and physiology of the extraocular muscles and surrounding tissue

Section 2: EVALUATION AND DIAGNOSIS

69. Evaluating vision in preverbal and preliterate infants and children
70. Evaluation of ocular alignment and eye moments
71. Sensory adaptations in strabismus

Section 3: OCULAR MANIFESTATIONS

72. Sensory status in strabismus
73. Esotropia
74: Exotropia
75. Obilque muscle dysfunctions
76. Alphabet pattern strabismus
77. Paralytc strabismus
78. Other vertical strabismus forms
79. Amblyopia

Section 4: TREATMENT

80. Forms of non-surgical strabismus management
81. Techniques of strabismus surgery

PART 7: Orbit and Oculoplastics
Section 1: ORBITAL AND ANATOMY AND IMAGING

82. Clinical anatomy of the eyelids
83. Clinical anatomy of the orbit
84. Orbital imaging techniques

Section 2: EYELIDS

85. Eyelid retraction
86. Blepharoptosis
87. Entropion
88. Ectropion
89. Cosmetic blepharoplasty and brow plasty
90. Esthetic laser surgery
91. Essential blepharospasm
92. Benign eyelid lesions
93. Eyelid malignancies
94. Eyelid trauma and reconstruction techniques

Section 3: ORBIT AND LACRIMAL GLAND

95. Orbital diseases 96. Orbital surgery
97. Enucleation, evisceration and exenteration
98. The lacrimal drainage system

PART 8: Retina and Vitreous
Section 1: BASIC SCIENCE

99. Structure and function of the neural retina
100. The retinal pgment epithelium
101. Retinal and choroidal circulaton

Section 2: BASIC PRINCIPLES OF RETINAL SURGERY

102. Basic principles of laser photocoagulation
103. Scleral bucklng surgery
104. Vitrectomy

Section 3: ANCILLARY TESTS

105. Contact B-scan ultrasonography
106. Fluorescein angiography and ICG
107. Electrophysiology

Section 4: DYSTROPHIES

108. Retinitis pigmentosa and related disorders
109. Macular dystrophies
110. Choroidal dystrophies
111. Congenital statiionary night blindness
112. Hereditary bitreoretinopathies

Section 5: VASCULAR DISORDERS

113. Hypertensive retinopathy
114. Retinal arterial obstruction
115. Venous obstructive disease of the retina
116. Retinopathy of prematurity
117. Diabetic retinopathy
118. Ocular schemic syndrome
119. Hemoglobinopathies
120. Coats' disease and retinal telangiectasis
121. Radiation retinopathy and papillopathy
122. Prolferative retinopathies
123. Retinal arterial macroaneurysms

Section 6: MACULAR DISORDERS

124. Choroidal neovascularization
125. Age-related macular degeneration
126. Degenerative myopia
127. Central serous chororetinopathy
128. Macular hole
129. Epiretinal membrane
130. Vitreomacular traction syndrome
131. Cystoid macular edema
132. Coexistent optic nerve and macular abnormalties
133. Angioid streaks

Section 7: RETINAL DETACHMENT

134. Peripheral retinal lesions
135. Retinal breaks
136. Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
137. Serous detachment of the neural retina
138. Choroidal hemorrhage
139. Proliferatve vitreoretnopathy

Section 8: TRAUMA

140. Posterior segment ocular trauma
141. Distant trauma with posterior segment effects
142. Light toxicity and laser burns
143. Toxic retinopathies

Section 9: RETNAL DETACHMENT/VTREOUS

144. Vitreous anatomy and pathology
145. Persistent hyerplastic primary vitreous

PART 9: Intraocular Tumors
Section 1: MALIGNANT NTRAOCULAR TUMORS

146. Retinoblastoma
147. Uveal melanoma
148. Metastatic cancer to the eye
149. Lymphoma and leukemia
150. Medullpithelioma

Section 2: BENIGN INTRAOCULAR TUMORS

151. Uveal nevus
152. Choroidal hemangiomas
153. Choroidal osteoma
154. Astrocytoma of retina
155. Hemangiomas of retina
156. Combined hamartoma
157. Hypertrophy of retinal pigment epithelium

Section 3: PHAKOMATOSES

158. Phakomatoses

Part 10: Uveitis and Other Intraocular Inflammations
Section 1: BASIC PRINCIPLES

159. Mechanisms of uveitis
160. Anatomy of the uvea
161. General approach to uveitis patient and treatment strategies

Section 2: INFECTIOUS CAUSES OF UVEITIS-VIRAL

162. Herpes and other viral infections
163. Cytomegalovirus retinitis (CMVR) in AIDS
164. HIV-related uveitis (includes PORN and other infections)

Section 3: INFECTIOUS CAUSES OF UVEITIS- BACTERIAL

165. Syphilis
166. Tuberculosis, leprosy and brucellosis
167. Spirochete infections: Lyme disease and leptospirosis
168. Cat scratch and Whipple's disease
169. Endophthalmitis

Section 4: INFECTIOUS CAUSES OF UVEITIS-FUNGAL

170. Histoplasmosis
171. Fungal endophthalmitis (Candidiasis, Aspergillosis, Coccidiodomycosis)

Section 5: INFECTIOUS CAUSES OF UVEITIS-PROTOZOAL AND PARASITIC

172. Ocular toxoplasmosis
173. Posterior parasitic uveitis

Section 6: UVEITIS ASSOCIATED WITH SYSTEMIC DISEASE

174. Uveitis related to HLA-B27 and juvenile arthritis
175. Sarcoidosis
176. Behcets disease
177. Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease

Section 7: TRAUMATIC UVEITIS

178. Phacoantigenic uveitis
179. Sympathetic ophthalmia

Section 8: UVEITIS OF UNKNOWN CAUSES

180. Idiopathic and other anterior uveitis syndromes
181. Intermediate uveitis
182. Posterior uveitis of unknown cause

Section 9: MASQUERADE SYNDROMES

183. Ocular neoplasms related to HIV
184. Masquerade syndromes: neoplasms

PART 11: Neuro-Ophthalmology
Section 1: IMAGING IN NEUROOPHTHALMOLOGY

185. Principles of imaging in neuro-ophthalmology

Section 2: THE AFFERENT VISUAL SYSTEM

186. Anatomy and physiology
187. Differntiation of optical nerve from retinal macular disease
188. Congenital optic disc anomalies
189. Papilledema and raised intracranial pressure
190. Inflammatory optic neuropathies and neuroretinitis
191. Ischemic optic neuropathy, diabetic papillopathy and papilliphlebitis
192. Hereditary, nutritional, and toxic optic atrophies
193. Prechiasmal pathways - compression by optic nerve and sheath tumors
194. Traumatic optic neuropathies
195. The optic chiasm, parasellar region and pituitary fossa
196. Retrochiasmal pathways, higher cortical function, nonorganic

Section 3: THE EFFERENT VISUAL SYSTEM

197. Disorders of supranuclear control of ocular motility
198. Nuclear and fascicular disorders of eye movement
199. Paresis of isolated and multiple cranial nerves and painful ophthalmoplegias
200. Disorders of the neuromuscular junction
201. Ocular Myopathies
202. Nystagmus, saccadic intrusions and oscillations
203. The pupils
204. Loss of accommodation prebyopia

Section 4: THE BRAIN

205. Headache and facial pain
206. Tumors, infections, inflammations and neurodegenerative diseases

Section 5: NEUROOPHTHALMOLOGIC EMERGENCIES

207. Most urgent pathologies
208. Trauma, drugs and toxins
209. Vascular disorders

PART 12: Glaucoma
Section 1: EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MECHANISMS OF GLAUCOMA

210: Epidemiology of glaucoma
211. Screening for glaucoma
212. Mechanisms of glaucoma

Section 2: EVALUATION AND DIAGNOSIS

213. Clinical examination of glaucoma
214. Visual field perimetry testing in glaucoma
215. Other psychophysical tests for glaucoma
216. Disc Analysis 217. Retinal nerve fiber layer analysis
218. Optic nerve blood flow measurement

Section 3: SPECIFIC TYPES OF GLAUCOMA

219. Congenital glaucoma
220. Primary open-angle glaucoma
221. Normal tension glaucoma
222. Angle closure glaucoma
223. Pseudoex foliative glaucoma
224. Pigmentary glaucoma
225. Neovascular glaucoma
226. Ocular inflammatory and steroid-induced glaucoma
227. Post-trauma glaucoma
228. Raised episcleral venous pressure
229. Aqueous misdirection syndrome
230. Glaucoma associated with abnormalities of cornea and iris, tumors and retinal disease

Section 4: THERAPY

231. When to treat glaucoma?
232. Which therapy to use in glaucoma?
233. Current medical management of glaucoma
234. New (pending) glaucoma medical therapy
235. Argon laser trabeculophasty and peripheral iridectomy
236. Laser filtration procedures
237. Cyclodestructive procedures in glaucoma
238. Goniotomy and trabeculotomy
239. Non-renetrating glaucoma surgery
240. Trabeculectomy
241. Antifibrotic agents n glaucoma surgery
242. Drainage implants
243. Complications of glaucoma surgery and their management

Características

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Marca Elsevier Usa
Cód. Barras 9780808922919
Altura 21.00 cm
I.S.B.N. 0808922912
Profundidade 1.00 cm
Ano da edição 3/9/2003
Peso 1.19 Kg
Largura 14.00 cm
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