Ophthalmology [electronic resource]

  • Yanoff, Myron , Duker, Jay S.
  • Elsevier
  • 2019
Ophthalmology [electronic resource]

Table of Content

1.1. Fundamentals of Human Genetics
1.2. Molecular Genetics of Selected Ocular Disorders
1.3. Genetic Testing and Genetic Counseling
2.1. Light
2.2. Optics of the Human Eye
2.3. Clinical Refraction
2.4. Correction of Refractive Errors
2.5. Ophthalmic Instruments
2.6. Wavefront Optics and Aberrations of the Eye
3.1. Current Concepts, Classification, and History of Refractive Surgery
3.2. Preoperative Evaluation for Refractive Surgery
3.3. Excimer Laser Surface Ablation : Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK), Laser Subepithelial Keratomileusis (LASEK), and Epi-LASIK
3.4. LASIK
3.5. Small Incision Lenticule Extraction (SMILE)
3.6. Wavefront-Based Excimer Laser Refractive Surgery
3.7. Phakic Intraocular Lenses
3.8. Astigmatic Keratotomy : The Transition from Diamond Blades to Femtosecond Lasers
3.9. Intrastromal Corneal Ring Segments and Corneal Cross-Linking
3.10. Surgical Correction of Presbyopia
4.1. Corneal Anatomy, Physiology, and Wound Healing
4.2. Anterior Segment Imaging Modalities
4.3. Congenital Corneal Anomalies
4.4. Blepharitis
4.5. Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus
4.6. Conjunctivitis : Infectious and Noninfectious
4.7. Allergic Conjunctivitis
4.8. Tumors of the Conjunctiva
4.9. Pterygium and Conjunctival Degenerations
4.10. Ocular Cicatricial Pemphigoid/Mucous Membrane Pemphigoid
4.11. Episcleritis and Scleritis
4.12. Bacterial Keratitis
4.13. Fungal Keratitis
4.14. Parasitic Keratitis
4.15. Herpes Simplex Keratitis
4.16. Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis
4.17. Noninfectious Keratitis
4.18. Keratoconus and Other Ectasias
4.19. Anterior Corneal Dystrophies
4.20. Stromal Corneal Dystrophies
4.21. Diseases of the Corneal Endothelium
4.22. Corneal Degenerations
4.23. Dry Eye Disease
4.24. Complications of Contact Lens Wear
4.25. Corneal and External Eye Manifestations of Systemic Disease
4.26. Acid and Alkali Burns
4.27. Corneal Surgery
4.28. Conjunctival Surgery
4.29. Endothelial Keratoplasty : Targeted Treatment for Corneal Endothelial Dysfunction
4.30. Surgical Ocular Surface Reconstruction
4.31. Management of Corneal Thinning, Melting, and Perforation
5.1. Basic Science of the Lens
5.1. Basic Science of the Lens
5.2. Evolution of Intraocular Lens Implantation
5.3. Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Causes, Morphology, and Visual Effects of Cataract
5.4. Patient Workup for Cataract Surgery
5.5. Intraocular Lens Power Calculations
5.6. Indications for Lens Surgery/Indications for Application of Different Lens Surgery Techniques
5.7. The Pharmacotherapy of Cataract Surgery
5.8. Anesthesia for Cataract Surgery
5.9. Phacoemulsification
5.10. Refractive Aspects of Cataract Surgery
5.11. Small Incision and Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery
5.12. Manual Cataract Extraction
5.13. Combined Procedures
5.14. Cataract Surgery in Complex Eyes
5.15. Pediatric Cataract Surgery
5.16. Complications of Cataract Surgery
5.17. Secondary Cataract
5.18. Outcomes of Cataract Surgery
6.1. Structure of the Neural Retina
6.2. Retinal Pigment Epithelium
6.3. Retinal and Choroidal Circulation
6.4. Vitreous Anatomy and Pathology
6.5. Contact B-Scan Ultrasonography
6.6. Camera-Based Ancillary Retinal Testing : Autofluorescence, Fluorescein, and Indocyanine Green Angiography
6.7. Optical Coherence Tomography in Retinal Imaging
6.8. Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography
6.9. Retinal Electrophysiology
6.10. Light and Laser Injury
6.11. Scleral Buckling Surgery
6.12. Vitrectomy
6.13. Intravitreal Injections and Medication Implants
6.14. Progressive and “Stationary” Inherited Retinal Degenerations
6.15. Macular Dystrophies
6.16. Choroidal Dystrophies
6.17. Hereditary Vitreoretinopathies
6.18. Hypertensive Retinopathy
6.19. Retinal Arterial Obstruction
6.20. Venous Occlusive Disease of the Retina
6.21. Retinopathy of Prematurity
6.22. Diabetic Retinopathy
6.23. Ocular Ischemic Syndrome
6.24. Hemoglobinopathies
6.25. Coats' Disease and Retinal Telangiectasia
6.26. Radiation Retinopathy and Papillopathy
6.27. Proliferative Retinopathies
6.28. Retinal Arterial Macroaneurysms
6.29. Age-Related Macular Degeneration
6.30. Secondary Causes of Choroidal Neovascularization : Conditions Associated With Breaks in Bruch's Membrane
6.31. Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
6.32. Macular Hole
6.33. Epiretinal Membrane
6.34. Vitreomacular Traction
6.35. Cystoid Macular Edema
6.36. Coexistent Optic Nerve and Macular Abnormalities
6.37. Peripheral Retinal Lesions
6.38. Retinal Breaks
6.39. Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment
6.40. Serous Detachments of the Neural Retina
6.41. Choroidal Hemorrhage
6.42. Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy
6.43. Posterior Segment Ocular Trauma
6.44. Distant Trauma With Posterior Segment Effects
6.45. Retinal Toxicity of Systemically Administered Drugs
7.1. Anatomy of the Uvea
7.2. Mechanisms of Uveitis
7.3. General Approach to the Uveitis Patient and Treatment Strategies
7.4. Herpetic Viral Uveitis
7.5. Nonherpetic Viral Infections : West Nile, Chikungunya, Zika, Ebola, HTLV 1, Measles, Rubella
7.6. Syphilitic and Other Spirochetal Uveitis
7.7. Tuberculosis, Leprosy, and Brucellosis
7.8. Bartonella-Related Infectious Uveitis (Cat Scratch Disease) and Whipple's Disease
7.9. Infectious Endophthalmitis
7.10. Histoplasmosis
7.11. Fungal Endophthalmitis
7.12. Ocular Toxoplasmosis
7.13. Posterior Parasitic Uveitis
7.14. Uveitis Related to HLA-B27 and Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis–Associated Uveitis
7.15. Sarcoidosis
7.16. Behçet's Disease
7.17. Vogt–Koyanagi–Harada Disease
7.18. Phacogenic Uveitis
7.19. Sympathetic Uveitis
7.20. Idiopathic and Other Anterior Uveitis Syndromes
7.21. Pars Planitis and Other Intermediate Uveitis
7.22. Posterior Uveitis of Unknown Cause—White Spot Syndromes
7.23. Masquerade Syndromes : Neoplasms
8.1. Malignant Intraocular Neoplasms
8.2. Benign Intraocular Neoplasms, Hamartomas, and Choristomas
8.3. Non-Neoplastic Intraocular Lesions and Disorders Simulating Malignant Intraocular Neoplasms
8.4. Phakomatoses
9.1. Principles of Imaging in Neuro-Ophthalmology
9.2. Optical Coherence Tomography in Neuro-Ophthalmology
9.3. Anatomy and Physiology
9.4. Differentiation of Optic Nerve From Macular Retinal Disease
9.5. Congenital Optic Disc Anomalies
9.6. Papilledema and Raised Intracranial Pressure
9.7. Inflammatory Optic Neuropathies and Neuroretinitis
9.8. Ischemic Optic Neuropathy
9.9. Hereditary, Nutritional, and Toxic Optic Atrophies
9.10. Prechiasmal Pathways—Compression by Optic Nerve and Sheath Tumors
9.11. Traumatic Optic Neuropathies
9.12. Lesions of the Optic Chiasm, Parasellar Region, and Pituitary Fossa
9.13. Lesions of Retrochiasmal Pathways, Higher Cortical Function, and Nonorganic Visual Loss
9.14. Disorders of Supranuclear Control of Ocular Motility
9.15. Nuclear and Fascicular Disorders of Eye Movement
9.16. Paresis of Isolated and Multiple Cranial Nerves and Painful Ophthalmoplegia
9.17. Disorders of the Neuromuscular Junction
9.18. Ocular Myopathies
9.19. Nystagmus, Saccadic Intrusions, and Oscillations
9.20. Pupillary Signs of Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease
9.21. Presbyopia and Loss of Accommodation
9.22. Headache and Facial Pain
9.23. Tumors, Infections, Inflammations, and Neurodegenerations
9.24. Urgent Neuro-Ophthalmic Disorders
9.25. Trauma, Drugs, and Toxins
9.26. Vascular Disorders
9.27. Electrophysiology
10.1. Epidemiology of Glaucoma
10.2. Screening for Glaucoma
10.3. Mechanisms of Glaucoma
10.4. Clinical Examination of Glaucoma
10.5. Visual Field Testing in Glaucoma
10.6. Advanced Psychophysical Tests for Glaucoma
10.7. Optic Nerve Analysis
10.8. Optic Nerve Blood Flow Measurement
10.9. Ocular Hypertension
10.10. Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma
10.11. Normal-Tension Glaucoma
10.12. Angle-Closure Glaucoma
10.13. Glaucoma Associated With (Pseudo)-Exfoliation Syndrome
10.14. Pigmentary Glaucoma
10.15. Neovascular Glaucoma
10.16. Inflammatory and Corticosteroid-Induced Glaucoma
10.17. Glaucoma Associated With Ocular Trauma
10.18. Glaucoma With Raised Episcleral Venous Pressure
10.19. Malignant Glaucoma
10.20. Glaucomas Secondary to Abnormalities of the Cornea, Iris, Retina, and Intraocular Tumors
10.21. Congenital Glaucoma
10.22. When to Treat Glaucoma
10.23. Which Therapy to Use in Glaucoma
10.24. Current Medical Management of Glaucoma
10.25. Laser Trabeculoplasty and Laser Peripheral Iridectomy
10.26. Cyclodestructive Procedures in Glaucoma
10.27. Goniotomy and Trabeculotomy
10.28. Minimally Invasive and Microincisional Glaucoma Surgeries
10.29. Trabeculectomy
10.30. Antifibrotic Agents in Glaucoma Surgery
10.31. Drainage Implants
10.32. Complications of Glaucoma Surgery and Their Management
10.33. Genes Associated With Human Glaucoma
10.34. Evidence-Based Medicine in Glaucoma
11.1. Anatomy and Physiology of the Extraocular Muscles and Surrounding Tissues
11.2. Evaluating Vision in Preverbal and Preliterate Infants and Children
11.3. Examination of Ocular Alignment and Eye Movements
11.4. Sensory Adaptations in Strabismus
11.5. Sensory Status in Strabismus
11.6. Esotropia
11.7. Exotropia
11.8. Torsional Strabismus
11.9. Paralytic Strabismus
11.10. Other Vertical Strabismus Forms
11.11. Amblyopia
11.12. Forms of Nonsurgical Strabismus Management
11.13. Techniques of Strabismus Surgery
12.1. Clinical Anatomy of the Eyelids
12.2. Clinical Anatomy of the Orbit
12.3. Orbital Imaging
12.4. Blepharoptosis
12.5. Entropion
12.6. Ectropion
12.7. Benign Eyelid Lesions
12.8. Eyelid Malignancies
12.9. Evaluation and Management of Periorbital Soft Tissue Trauma
12.10. Orbital Diseases
12.11. Enucleation, Evisceration, and Exenteration
12.12. The Lacrimal Drainage System
12.13. Thyroid Eye Disease
12.14. Orbital Infection and Inflammation
12.15. Cosmetic Blepharoplasty and Browplasty
12.16. Aesthetic Fillers and Botulinum Toxin for Wrinkle Reduction

Other Editions

Other Editions
Title Author Edition 출판년도 Location Call No.
Ophthalmology Yanoff, Myron 2 Edition 2004
Ophthalmology Yanoff, Myron 1 Edition 1998