Fundus Fluorescein and Indocyanine Green Angiography: A Textbook and Atlas / Edition 1

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Overview

Fundus Fluorescein and Indocyanine Green Angiography: A Textbook and Atlas is a complete and detailed reference that comprehensively covers fluorescein angiography and the more recent and advancing indocyanine green angiography and their effectiveness in identifying and evaluating various retinal diseases. Dr. Amar Agarwal has teamed up with more then 30 retina specialists to provide eyecare professionals wit the most current and essential information for th esuccessful employment and accurate interpretatiion of these vital diagonstic tests. This timely reference uses a unique textbook and atlas format to convey its key points and includes over 400 images and photographs to provide a visual representation fo the disese process. The text also includes an accompanying CD-ROM.
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Reviewer: Ali A Zaidi, MD (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
Description: This is an attempt at a comprehensive overview and atlas of fluorescein and indocyanine green angiography (ICG).
Purpose: However, the book does not provide adequate photos of the various retinal conditions. The discussion of age-related macular degeneration, for example, is extremely brief and includes a limited number of photos.
Audience: The audience is ophthalmologists and retina specialists, but this book does not meet their needs.
Features: After covering the history of fluorescein angiography and ICG angiography, the book then moves to the appearance of various retinal diseases using these imaging tests.
Assessment: If this is intended as an atlas, it should include many more photos.
Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Ali A Zaidi, MD (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
Description: This is an attempt at a comprehensive overview and atlas of fluorescein and indocyanine green angiography (ICG).
Purpose: However, the book does not provide adequate photos of the various retinal conditions. The discussion of age-related macular degeneration, for example, is extremely brief and includes a limited number of photos.
Audience: The audience is ophthalmologists and retina specialists, but this book does not meet their needs.
Features: After covering the history of fluorescein angiography and ICG angiography, the book then moves to the appearance of various retinal diseases using these imaging tests.
Assessment: If this is intended as an atlas, it should include many more photos.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781556427879
  • Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2007
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Prof. Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth is the pioneer of the phakonit procedure, which is phako with needle incision technology. This technique became popularized as bimanual phaco, microincision cataract surgery (MICS) or microphaco. He is the first to remove cataracts through a 0.7-mm tip with the technique called microphakonit. He has also discovered no anesthesia cataract surgery and FAVIT, a new technique to remove dropped nuclei. The use of an air pump, which was a simple idea of using an aquarium fish pump to increase the fluid into the eye in bimanual phaco and coaxial phaco, has helped prevent surge. This formed the basis of various techniques of forced infusion for small incision cataract surgery. Prof. Agarwal was also the first to use trypan blue for staining epiretinal membranes and published the details in his four volume Textbook of Ophthalmology. He has also discovered a new refractive error called Aberropia. He is the first to do a combined surgery of microphakonit (700-µ cataract surgery) with a 25-gauge vitrectomy in the same patient, thus having the smallest incisions possible for cataract and vitrectomy. He is also the first surgeon to implant a new mirror telescopic intraocular lens (LMI) for patients suffering from age-related macular degeneration. Prof. Agarwal has received many awards for his work done in ophthalmology, most significant being the Barraquer Award and the Kelman Award. His videos have won many awards at the film festivals of ASCRS and ESCRS. He has also written more than 40 books, which have been published in various languages including English, Spanish and Polish. In his center, he also trains doctors from all over the world on phaco, bimanual phaco, LASIK, and the retina. He is also Professor of Ophthalmology at Ramachandra Medical College in Chennai, India. He can be contacted at dragarwal@vsnl.com. The website of the hospital is dragarwal.com.
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Table of Contents

CONTENTS

Dedication Acknowledgment About the Editor About the Contributors Preface Foreword Jeffrey S. Rubin, MD and Steven Sherman, DO, FACS, FOCOO

Section I. Basics and Principles

Chapter 1. Evolution of Fluorescein and Indocyanine Green Angiography
Joseph D. Benevento, MD; Bonnie L. Kaplan, MD; and Seenu M. Hariprasad, MD
Chapter 2. Instrumentation for Fluorescein and Indocyanine Green Angiography
Ayyakkannu Manivannan, M.Eng, PhD, MIPEM, C.Sci and A. Farrow, ABIPP, RMIP, MBOPA, MOPS
Chapter 3. Principles, Procedure, and Terminology of Fundus Fluorescein Angiography
José Pinós, MD
Chapter 4. Phases of Fundus Fluorescein Angiography
Samuel Boyd, MD
Chapter 5. Indocyanine Green Angiography
Keisuke Mori, MD, PhD; Shin Yoneya, MD, PhD; and Peter L. Gehlbach, MD, PhD
Chapter 6. Hazards and Complications of Fluorescein Angiography
Guillermo Simón-Castellví, MD; Sarabel Simón-Castellví, MD; José María Simón-Castellví, MD;
Cristina Simón-Castellví, MD; and José María Simón-Tor, MD

Section II. Advanced Angiography
Chapter 7. Anterior Segment Fluorescein Angiography
Pablo Gili, MD and Guillermo Simón-Castellví, MD
Chapter 8. Confocal Scanning Retinal Angiography
Steve Charles, MD, FACS, FISC and Byron Wood, BS, CRA Kamal Nagpal, MS, DO; Manish Nagpal, MS, DO, FRCS; and Murali Mohan Gurran, MS, DNB, FRCS
Chapter 10. Autofluorescence Imaging of the Fundus
Panagiotis Karadimas, MD
Chapter 11. Wide-Field Imaging
Antonio Ciardella, MD and Debra Brown, COT, CRA
Chapter 12. Ultra–Wide-Field Angiography: The Optos P200A
Thomas R. Friberg, MD and Kenneth T. Wals, MD
Chapter 13. Optical Coherence Tomography as an Adjunct to Angiography
Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth; Soosan Jacob, MS, FRCS, FERC, DNB, MNAMS;
and Smita Narasimhan, MBBS, FRSH, FERC

Section III. Macular Diseases
Chapter 14. Central Serous Retinopathy
Sunita Agarwal, MS, DO; Mandeep Lamba, MBBS, FERC; Soosan Jacob, MS, FRCS, FERC, DNB, MNAMS;
and Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth
Chapter 15. Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Heather Casparis, MD; Quan Dong Nguyen, MD, MSc; and Diana V. Do, MD
Chapter 16. Subretinal Neovascularization Other Than AMD
Atul Kumar, MD and Subijay Sinha, MBBS, MD
Chapter 17. Vitreo-Macular Traction Syndromes
Athiya Agarwal, MD, DO; Mandeep Lamba, MBBS, FERC; Soosan Jacob, MS, FRCS, FERC, DNB, MNAMS; V. Palanivel, MS, FERC; and Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth
Chapter 18. Macular Dystrophies
Michele Reibaldi, MD, PhD; Salvatore Faro, MD, PhD; Marisa Sanfilippo, MD; Francesco Boscia, MD; Nicola Cardascia, MD; and Alfredo Reibaldi
Chapter 19. Cystoid Macular Edema
Soosan Jacob, MS, FRCS, FERC, DNB, MNAMS; Mandeep Lamba, MBBS, FERC; Himanshu Shukla, MBBS, FERC;
and Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth
Chapter 20. Miscellaneous Macular Conditions
Michael D. Ober, MD; Chiara M. Eandi, MD, PhD; Howard F. Fine, MD, MHSc; and Lawrence A. Yannuzzi, MD

Section IV. Nonvascular Retinal Diseases
Chapter 21. Inflammatory Disorders and White Dot Syndromes
J. Fernando Arevalo, MD, FACS; Juan G. Sanchez, MD; Rafael A. Garcia-Amaris, MD; and Lourdes Arellanes-Garcia, MD
Chapter 22. Hereditary Retinal and Choroidal Dystrophies
Mandeep Lamba, MBBS, FERC; Himanshu Shukla, MBBS, FERC; Soosan Jacob, MS, FRCS, FERC, DNB, MNAMS;
and Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth
Chapter 23. Intraocular Tumors
Santosh G. Honavar, MD, FACS; L. S. Mohan Ram, BS; Carol L. Shields, MD; and Jerry A. Shields, MD

Section V. Retinal Vascular Diseases
Chapter 24. Nonproliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
Antonio Polito, MD; Daniele Veritti; and Paolo Lanzetta, MD
Chapter 25. Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
Manish Nagpal, MS, DO, FRCS and Sharang Wartikar, MS, DNB
Chapter 26. Retinal Vein Occlusion
José M. Ruiz-Moreno, MD; Javier Montero, MD; and Marta S. Figueroa, MD
Chapter 27. Retinal Artery Occlusion
Harrup Kaur, MD and Sophie J. Bakri, MD
Chapter 28. Eales’ Retinopathy
Nazimul Hussain, MS, DNB; Taraparasad Das, MD, FRCS; and L. S. Mohan Ram, Oph Tech
Chapter 29. Blood Dyscrasias
Muge R. Kesen, MD and Sophie J. Bakri, MD
Chapter 30. Miscellaneous Retinopathies
Jorge I. Calzada, MD and Barret G. Haik, MD, FACS

Section VI. Miscellaneous
Chapter 31. Miscellaneous Optic Nerve Conditions
Robin D. Hamilton and A. M. Hamilton
Chapter 32. Other Miscellaneous Conditions
Reena M. Choudhry, MD, DO, DNB, FRCS; Saurabh Choudhry, MD, DO, DNB; and Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth

Index

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