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Basic and Clinical Science Course : 2010-2011

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • 2010
Basic and Clinical Science Course : 2010-2011
  • Data Type
    Book
  • Title/Author
    Basic and Clinical Science Course : 2010-2011 / [American Academy of Ophthalmology].
  • Varying Title
    BCSC
  • Publication
    [United States] : American Academy of Ophthalmology, 2010.
  • Authors
    American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • Phy Desc.
    14 v. : ill.(some col.) ; 25 cm.
  • Bibliography
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Contents Note
    Sect. 1 Update on General Medicine -- Sect. 2 Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology : Part 1 Anatomy : 1 Orbit and ocular adnexa - 2 The eye - 3 Cranial nerves: central and peripheral connections - Part 2 Embryology : 4 Ocular development - Part 3 Genetics : 5 Molecular genetics - 6 Clinical genetics - Part 3 Biochemistry and metabolism - 7 Tear film - 8 Cornea - 9 Iris and clinical body - 10 Aqueous humor - 11 Lens - 12 Vitreous - 13 Retina - 14 Retinal pigment epithelium - 15 Free radical and antioxidants - Part 5 Ocular pharmacology : 16 Pharmacologic principles - 17 Ocular pharmacotherapeutics -- Sect. 3 Clinical Optics : 1 Physical optics - 2 Geometric optics - 3 Optics of the human eye - 4 Clinical refraction - 5 Contact lenses - 6 Intraocular lenses - 7 Optical considerations in refractive surgery - 8 Telescopes and optical instruments - 9 Vision rehabilitation -- Sect. 4 Ophthalmic Pathology and Intraocular Tumors : Part 1 Ophthalmic pathology : 1 Introduction - 2 Wound repair - 3 Specimen handling - 4 Special procedures - 5 Conjunctiva - 6 Cornea - 7 Anterior chamber and trabecular meshwork - 8 Sclera - 9 Lens - 10 Vitreous - 11 Retina and retinal pigment epithelium - 12 Uveal tract - 13 Eyelids - 14 Orbit - 15 Optic nerve - Part 2 Intraocular tumors: clinical aspects : 16 Introduction - 17 Melanocytic tumors - 18 Angiomatous tumors - 19 Retinoblastoma - 20 Secondary tumors of the eye - 21 Lymphomatous tumors - 22 Ocular manifestations of leukemia - 23 Rare tumors -- Sect.5 Neuro-Ophthalmology : 1 Neuro-ophthalmic anatomy - 2 Neuroimaging in neuro-ophthalmology - 3 The patient with decreased vision: evaluation - 4 The patient with decreased vision: classification and management - 5 The patient with transient visual loss - 6 The patient with illusions, hallucinations, and disorders of higher cortical function - 7 The patient with supranuclear disorders of ocular motility - 8 The patient with diplopia - 9 The patient with nystagmus or spontaneous eye movement disorders - 10 The patient with pupillary abnormalities - 11 The patient with eyelid or facial abnormalities - 12 The patient with head, ocular, or facial pain - 13 The patient with nonorganic ophthalmic disorders - 14 Selected systemic conditions with neuro-ophthalmic signs -- Sect. 6 Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus : Part 1 Strabismus : 1 Strabismus terminology - 2 Anatomy of the extraocular muscles and their fascia - 3 Motor physiology - 4 Sensory physiology and pathology - 5 Amblyopia - 6 Diagnostic techniques for strabismus and amblyopia - 7 Esodeviations - 8 Exodeviations - 9 A- and V-pattern horizontal strabismus - 10 Vertical deviations - 11 Special forms of strabismus - 12 Surgery of the extraocular muscles - 13 Chemodenervation treatment of strabismus and blepharospasm using boulinum toxin - Part 2 Pediatric ophthalmology : 14 Growth and development of the eye - 15 Orbital dysmorphology and eyelid disorders - 16 Infectious and allergic ocular diseases - 17 The lacrimal drainage system - 18 Diseases of the cornea and anterior segment - 19 Iris abnormalities - 20 Pediatric glaucomas - 21 Childhood cataracts and other pediatric lens disorders - 22 Uveitis in the pediatric age group - 23 Vitreous and retinal diseases and disorders - 24 Optical disc abnormalities - 25 Childhood nystagmus - 26 Ocular and periocular tumors in childhood - 27 Phakomatoses - 28 Craniofacial malformations - 29 Ocular findings in inborn errors of metabolism - 30 Ocular trauma in childhood - 31 Decreased vision in infants and children -- Sect. 7 Orbit, Eyelids and Lacrimal System : Part 1 Orbit : 1 Orbital anatomy - 2 Evaluation of orbital disorders - 3 Congenital orbital anomalies - 4 Infectious and inflammatory disorders - 5 Orbital neoplasms - 6 Orbital trauma - 7 Orbital surgery - 8 The anophthalmic socket - Part 2 Periocular soft tissues : 9 Anatomy - 10 Principles of facial and eyelid surgery - 11 Classification and management of eyelid disorders - 12 Periocular malpositions and involutional changes - Part 3 Lacrimal system : 13 Development, anatomy, and physiology of the lacrimal secretory and drainage systems - 14 Abnormalities of the lacrimal secretory and drainage systems -- Sect.8 External Disease and Cornea : 1 Structure and function of the external eye and cornea - 2 Examination techniques for the external eye and cornea - 3 Ocular surface disease: diagnostic approach - 4 Infectious diseases of the external eye: basic concepts and viral infections - 5 Infectious diseases of the external eye: microbial and parasitic infections - 6 Ocular immunology - 7 Clinical approach to immune-related disorders of the external eye - 8 Clinical approach to neoplastic disorders of the conjunctiva and cornea - 9 Basic and clinical concepts of congenital anomalies of the cornea and sclera - 10 Corneal dystrophies and ectasias - 11 Metabolic disorders with corneal changes - 12 Clinical approach to depositions and degenerations of the conjunctiva, cornea, and sclera - 13 Clinical aspects of toxic and traumatic injuries of the anterior segment - 14 Surgery of the ocular surface - 15 Basic concepts of corneal transplantation - 16 Clinical approach to corneal transplantation -- Sect. 9 Intraocular Inflammation and Uveitis : Part 1 Immunology : 1 Basic concepts in immunology - 2 Immunization and adaptive immunity: the immune response arc - 3 Ocular immune responses - 4 Mechanism of immune effector reactivity - 5 Special topics in ocular immunology - Part 2 Intraocular inflammation and uveitis - 6 Clinical approach to uveitis - 7 Noninfectious (autoimmune) uveitis - 8 Infectious uveitis - 9 Endophthalmitis - 10 Masquerade syndromes - 11 Complications of uveitis - 12 Ocular involvement in AIDS -- Sect. 10 Glaucoma : 1 Introduction to glaucoma: terminology, epidemiology, and heredity - 2 Intraocular pressure and aqueous humor dynamics - 3 Clinical evaluation - 4 Open-angle glaucoma - 5 Angle-closure glaucoma - 6 Childhood glaucoma - 7 Medical management of glaucoma - 8 Surgical therapy for glaucoma -- Sect. 11 Lens and Cataract : 1 Anatomy - 2 Biochemistry - 3 Physiology - 4 Embryology - 5 Pathology - 6 Epidemiology of cataracts - 7 Evaluation and management of cataracts in adults - 8 Surgery for cataract - 9 Complications of cataract surgery - 10 Cataract surgery in special situations -- Sect. 12 Retina and Vitreous : Part 1 Fundamentals and diagnostic approaches : 1 Basic anatomy - 2 Diagnostic approach to retinal disease - 3 Retinal physiology and psychophysics - Part 2 Disorders of the retina and vitreous : 4 Acquired diseases affecting the macula - 5 Retinal vascular disease - 6 Choroidal disease - 7 Focal and diffuse choroidal and retinal inflammation - 8 Congenital and stationary retinal disease - 9 Hereditary retinal and choroidal dystrophies - 10 Retinal degenerations associated with systemic disease - 11 Peripheral retinal abnormalities - 12 Diseases of the vitreous - 13 Posterior segment manifestations of trauma - Part 3 Selected therapeutic topics : 14 Laser therapy for posterior segment diseases - 15 Vitreoretinal surgery -- Sect. 13 Refractive Surgery : Part 1 Underlying concepts of refractive surgery : 1 The science of refractive surgery - 2 The role of the FDA in refractive surgery - 3 Patient evaluation - Part 2 Specific procedures in refractive surgery : 4 Incisional corneal surgery - 5 Onlays and inlays - 6 Photoablation - 7 Collagen shrinkage procedures - 8 Intraocular surgery - 9 Accommodative and nonaccommodative treatment of presbyopia - Part 3 Refractive surgery in the setting of other conditions : 10 Refractive surgery in ocular and systemic disease - 11 Considerations after refractive surgery - 12 International perspectives in refractive surgery -- Master Index.
  • Topical Term
    Ophthalmology
    Endophthalmitis
    Strabismus
    Cornea
    Cataract
  • ISBN
    9781615251292(sect.1), 9781615251308(sect.2), 9781615251315(sect.3), 9781615251322(sect.4), 9781615251339(sect.5), 9781615251346(sect.6), 9781615251353(sect.7), 9781615251360(sect.8), 9781615251377(sect.9), 9781615251384(sect.10), 9781615251391(sect.11), 9781615251407(sect.12), 9781615251414(sect.13), 9781615251292(Index)
  • Language
    English

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Table of Content

Sect 1. Update on general medicine :
1 Infectious disease
2 Hypertension
3 Cerebrovascular disease
4 Acquired heart disease
5 Hypercholesterolemia
6 Pulmonary disease
7 Hematologic disorders
8 Rheumatic disorders
9 Endocrine disorders
10 Geriatrics
11 Cancer
12 Behavior and neurologic disorders
13 Preventive medicine
14 Medical emergencies
15 Perioperative management in ocular surgery
16 Using statistics in practice and work

Sect. 2 Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology
Part 1 Anatomy
1 Orbit and ocular adnexa
2 The eye
3 Cranial nerves: central and peripheral connections
Part 2 Embryology
4 Ocular development
Part 3 Genetics
5 Molecular genetics
6 Clinical genetics
Part 3 Biochemistry and metabolism
7 Tear film
8 Cornea
9 Iris and clinical body
10 Aqueous humor
11 Lens
12 Vitreous
13 Retina
14 Retinal pigment epithelium
15 Free radical and antioxidants
Part 5 Ocular pharmacology
16 Pharmacologic principles
17 Ocular pharmacotherapeutics

Sect. 3 Clinical Optics
1 Physical optics
2 Geometric optics
3 Optics of the human eye
4 Clinical refraction
5 Contact lenses
6 Intraocular lenses
7 Optical considerations in refractive surgery
8 Telescopes and optical instruments
9 Vision rehabilitation

Sect. 4 Ophthalmic Pathology and Intraocular Tumors
Part 1 Ophthalmic pathology
1 Introduction
2 Wound repair
3 Specimen handling
4 Special procedures
5 Conjunctiva
6 Cornea
7 Anterior chamber and trabecular meshwork
8 Sclera
9 Lens
10 Vitreous
11 Retina and retinal pigment epithelium
12 Uveal tract
13 Eyelids
14 Orbit
15 Optic nerve
Part 2 Intraocular tumors: clinical aspects
16 Introduction
17 Melanocytic tumors
18 Angiomatous tumors
19 Retinoblastoma
20 Secondary tumors of the eye
21 Lymphomatous tumors
22 Ocular manifestations of leukemia
23 Rare tumors

Sect.5 Neuro-Ophthalmology
1 Neuro-ophthalmic anatomy
2 Neuroimaging in neuro-ophthalmology
3 The patient with decreased vision: evaluation
4 The patient with decreased vision: classification and management
5 The patient with transient visual loss
6 The patient with illusions, hallucinations, and disorders of higher cortical function
7 The patient with supranuclear disorders of ocular motility
8 The patient with diplopia
9 The patient with nystagmus or spontaneous eye movement disorders
10 The patient with pupillary abnormalities
11 The patient with eyelid or facial abnormalities
12 The patient with head, ocular, or facial pain
13 The patient with nonorganic ophthalmic disorders
14 Selected systemic conditions with neuro-ophthalmic signs

Sect. 6 Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Part 1 Strabismus
1 Strabismus terminology
2 Anatomy of the extraocular muscles and their fascia
3 Motor physiology
4 Sensory physiology and pathology
5 Amblyopia
6 Diagnostic techniques for strabismus and amblyopia
7 Esodeviations
8 Exodeviations
9 A- and V-pattern horizontal strabismus
10 Vertical deviations
11 Special forms of strabismus
12 Surgery of the extraocular muscles
13 Chemodenervation treatment of strabismus and blepharospasm using boulinum toxin
Part 2 Pediatric ophthalmology
14 Growth and development of the eye
15 Orbital dysmorphology and eyelid disorders
16 Infectious and allergic ocular diseases
17 The lacrimal drainage system
18 Diseases of the cornea and anterior segment
19 Iris abnormalities
20 Pediatric glaucomas
21 Childhood cataracts and other pediatric lens disorders
22 Uveitis in the pediatric age group
23 Vitreous and retinal diseases and disorders
24 Optical disc abnormalities
25 Childhood nystagmus
26 Ocular and periocular tumors in childhood
27 Phakomatoses
28 Craniofacial malformations
29 Ocular findings in inborn errors of metabolism
30 Ocular trauma in childhood
31 Decreased vision in infants and children

Sect. 7 Orbit, Eyelids and Lacrimal System
Part 1 Orbit
1 Orbital anatomy
2 Evaluation of orbital disorders
3 Congenital orbital anomalies
4 Infectious and inflammatory disorders
5 Orbital neoplasms
6 Orbital trauma
7 Orbital surgery
8 The anophthalmic socket
Part 2 Periocular soft tissues
9 Anatomy
10 Principles of facial and eyelid surgery
11 Classification and management of eyelid disorders
12 Periocular malpositions and involutional changes
Part 3 Lacrimal system
13 Development, anatomy, and physiology of the lacrimal secretory and drainage systems
14 Abnormalities of the lacrimal secretory and drainage systems

Sect.8 External Disease and Cornea
1 Structure and function of the external eye and cornea
2 Examination techniques for the external eye and cornea
3 Ocular surface disease: diagnostic approach
4 Infectious diseases of the external eye: basic concepts and viral infections
5 Infectious diseases of the external eye: microbial and parasitic infections
6 Ocular immunology
7 Clinical approach to immune-related disorders of the external eye
8 Clinical approach to neoplastic disorders of the conjunctiva and cornea
9 Basic and clinical concepts of congenital anomalies of the cornea and sclera
10 Corneal dystrophies and ectasias
11 Metabolic disorders with corneal changes
12 Clinical approach to depositions and degenerations of the conjunctiva, cornea, and sclera
13 Clinical aspects of toxic and traumatic injuries of the anterior segment
14 Surgery of the ocular surface
15 Basic concepts of corneal transplantation
16 Clinical approach to corneal transplantation

Sect. 9 Intraocular Inflammation and Uveitis
Part 1 Immunology
1 Basic concepts in immunology
2 Immunization and adaptive immunity: the immune response arc
3 Ocular immune responses
4 Mechanism of immune effector reactivity
5 Special topics in ocular immunology
Part 2 Intraocular inflammation and uveitis
6 Clinical approach to uveitis
7 Noninfectious (autoimmune) uveitis
8 Infectious uveitis
9 Endophthalmitis
10 Masquerade syndromes
11 Complications of uveitis
12 Ocular involvement in AIDS

Sect. 10 Glaucoma
1 Introduction to glaucoma: terminology, epidemiology, and heredity
2 Intraocular pressure and aqueous humor dynamics
3 Clinical evaluation
4 Open-angle glaucoma
5 Angle-closure glaucoma
6 Childhood glaucoma
7 Medical management of glaucoma
8 Surgical therapy for glaucoma

Sect. 11 Lens and Cataract
1 Anatomy
2 Biochemistry
3 Physiology
4 Embryology
5 Pathology
6 Epidemiology of cataracts
7 Evaluation and management of cataracts in adults
8 Surgery for cataract
9 Complications of cataract surgery
10 Cataract surgery in special situations

Sect. 12 Retina and Vitreous
Part 1 Fundamentals and diagnostic approaches
1 Basic anatomy
2 Diagnostic approach to retinal disease
3 Retinal physiology and psychophysics
Part 2 Disorders of the retina and vitreous
4 Acquired diseases affecting the macula
5 Retinal vascular disease
6 Choroidal disease
7 Focal and diffuse choroidal and retinal inflammation
8 Congenital and stationary retinal disease
9 Hereditary retinal and choroidal dystrophies
10 Retinal degenerations associated with systemic disease
11 Peripheral retinal abnormalities
12 Diseases of the vitreous
13 Posterior segment manifestations of trauma
Part 3 Selected therapeutic topics
14 Laser therapy for posterior segment diseases
15 Vitreoretinal surgery

Sect. 13 Refractive Surgery
Part 1 Underlying concepts of refractive surgery
1 The science of refractive surgery
2 The role of the FDA in refractive surgery
3 Patient evaluation
Part 2 Specific procedures in refractive surgery
4 Incisional corneal surgery
5 Onlays and inlays
6 Photoablation
7 Collagen shrinkage procedures
8 Intraocular surgery
9 Accommodative and nonaccommodative treatment of presbyopia
Part 3 Refractive surgery in the setting of other conditions
10 Refractive surgery in ocular and systemic disease
11 Considerations after refractive surgery
12 International perspectives in refractive surgery