Ocular Manifestations of Neurologic Disease

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Peppered with clinical pearls, this book offers a unique insight into vascular and neurological problems affecting the visual system. Key terms are strategically placed at the start of each chapter, photographs highlight the text throughout.

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Overview

Peppered with clinical pearls, this book offers a unique insight into vascular and neurological problems affecting the visual system. Key terms are strategically placed at the start of each chapter, photographs highlight the text throughout.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Reviewer: Mark O. Swanson, OD (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Description: The book is a concise text covering major topics of interest in the area of neurologic disease with ophthalmic manifestations. It falls somewhere in between a comprehensive text and a brief nuts and bolts overview, leaning more in the direction of a comprehensive text.
Purpose: In the preface, the author notes that this book is not intended to take the place of more comprehensive neuro-ophthalmic texts.
Audience: It is intended to provide the practitioner with a quick reference guide to neuro-ophthalmic disorders.
Features: The book is divided into nine chapters that cover most major areas of neuro-ophthalmic disease. It has numerous tables and neuroanatomic figures to augment the text. Included in each chapter are short clinical pearls that highlight specific points of importance.
Assessment: There are two ways in which neurology and neuro-ophthalmic texts are generally written; anatomically and epidemiological. Anatomic texts tend to emphasize "if where, then what," epidemiological texts tend to emphasize "if this problem, it is most likely due to this underlying condition." The anatomical texts allow for greatest true understanding of the disease process, but are often more difficult for clinicians who are looking for "what is it, what do I do for it" answers. The book follows the anatomic format in most chapters. The chapters have considerable detail but are not comprehensive in their coverage of neuro-ophthalmic disease, as the author intended. Readers evaluating the book need to consider if the anatomic format and and information level are suitable for their purposes.
Mark O. Swanson
The book is a concise text covering major topics ofinterest in the area of neurologic disease with ophthalmicmanifestations. It falls somewhere in between a comprehensive text anda brief nuts and bolts overview, leaning more in the direction of acomprehensive text. In the preface, the author notes that this bookis not intended to take the place of more comprehensiveneuro-ophthalmic texts. It is intended to provide the practitionerwith a quick reference guide to neuro-ophthalmic disorders. The bookis divided into nine chapters that cover most major areas ofneuro-ophthalmic disease. It has numerous tables and neuroanatomicfigures to augment the text. Included in each chapter are shortclinical pearls that highlight specific points of importance. Thereare two ways in which neurology and neuro-ophthalmic texts aregenerally written; anatomically and epidemiological. Anatomic textstend to emphasize if where, then what, epidemiological texts tendto emphasize if this problem, it is most likely due to thisunderlying condition. The anatomical texts allow for greatest trueunderstanding of the disease process, but are often more difficult forclinicians who are looking for what is it, what do I do for itanswers. The book follows the anatomic format in most chapters. Thechapters have considerable detail but are not comprehensive in theircoverage of neuro-ophthalmic disease, as the author intended. Readersevaluating the book need to consider if the anatomic format and andinformation level are suitable for their purposes.

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Table of Contents

1 Cranial Nerve Disease 1
2 Cavernous Sinus Disease 43
3 Pupillary Anomalies 71
4 Ocular Motility Dysfunction 95
5 The Eyelid and Neuro-ocular Disease 127
6 Optic Disc Edema 153
7 Transient Visual Loss 175
8 Visual Field Deficit 227
9 Chronic Recurring Headache 249
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