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Written by the foremost experts from leading eye clinics worldwide, this four-volume work is the most comprehensive and current reference in ophthalmology. The international representation of the 267 contributors ensures complete coverage of the broad array of contemporary technologies and techniques, including the latest innovations in vitreoretinal, cataract, and refractive surgery. In 324 chapters, this encyclopedic text covers every area of ophthalmology—basic sciences, optics and refraction, neuro-ophthalmology, strabismus, lids, adnexa and orbit, external eye diseases, cornea, refractive surgery, glaucoma, lens, uveal tract, ocular therapeutics, retina and vitreous, systemic diseases, and miscellaneous topics. Thousands of superb illustrations enable readers to visualize surgical techniques.

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Major topics covered are basic sciences; optics and refraction; neuro- ophthalmology; strabismus; lids, adnexa, and orbit; external eye diseases; cornea; refractive surgery; glaucoma; lens; uveal tract; ocular therapeutics; retina and vitreous; systemic diseases; and miscellaneous. Within these categories are 324 articles laden with color photos of surgical procedures and conditions and color diagrams. In addition to the four main volumes is a 26-page master volume with a comprehensive index, table of contents, and list of some 250 contributors from around the globe (the US and India are heavily represented). The seven editors are also an international group practicing in India, Spain, Italy, and the US. Distributed in the US by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788171798841
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 7/28/2002
  • Pages: 3000

Table of Contents

Volume 1
Section A Basic Sciences
1. Basic Embryology 3
2. Development of the Eye 8
3. Development of the Extraocular Muscles 19
4. Anatomy of the Eye 22
5. Blood Supply 27
6. Tear Film Physiology 39
7. Aqueous Humor Dynamics 55
8. Physiology of Accommodation and Presbyopia 66
9. Photochemistry of Vision 75
10. Color Vision 86
11. Electrophysiological Tests 91
12. Ophthalmic Genetics 99
13. Biochemistry of the Lens 117
Section B Optics and Refraction
14. Introduction to Reflection and Refraction of Light 127
15. Schematic Eye 138
16. Retinoscopy 141
17. Jackson's Cross Cylinder 150
18. Subjective Tests for Refraction 154
19. Visual Acuity 157
20. Hypermetropia 161
21. Myopia 165
22. Aphakia 170
23. Astigmatism 174
24. Contrast Sensitivity 178
25. Anisometropia 182
26. Aniseikonia 184
27. Basics of a Slit Lamp 186
28. Slit Lamp Examination of the Fundus 190
29. Ophthalmoscopy 195
30. Lensometer 202
31. Soft Contact Lens Fitting 205
32. Rigid Gas-permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses 219
33. Topographic and Pachymetric Changes Induced by Contact Lenses 237
34. Visual Acuity with Contact Lenses Versus LASIK in Myopia 245
35. Low Vision Aids 254
Section C Neuro-Ophthalmology
36. Supranuclear Pathways for Eye Movements 273
37. Supranuclear Disorders of Eye Movements 281
38. Nystagmus 289
39. The Pupil 300
40. Visual Pathway 309
41. Anatomy of the Optic Nerve 323
42. Oculomotor Nerve 327
43. Lesions of the Oculomotor Nerve 332
44. Trochlear Nerve and Its Lesions 335
45. Abducent Nerve and Its Lesions 340
46. Trigeminal Nerve 345
47. Facial Nerve and Its Lesions 348
48. Optic Neuritis 351
49. Papilledema 360
50. Optic Atrophy 368
51. Ischemic Optic Neuropathy 377
52. Congenital Optic Nerve Anomalies 381
53. Optic Nerve Tumors 385
Section D Strabismus
54. Extraocular Muscles 401
55. Laws of Ocular Motility 409
56. Binocular Vision 411
57. Axial Angles of the Eye 421
58. AC/A Ratio 424
59. Examination of a Squint Case 426
60. Signs, Symptoms and Adaptations in Strabismus 441
61. Amblyopia: Diagnosis and Treatment 447
62. Heterophoria 452
63. Esodeviations 457
64. Exodeviations 467
65. Anomalies of Disjunctive Fixation 471
66. Unique Forms of Strabismus 473
67. Cyclovertical Deviations 480
68. AV Patterns 488
69. Nonsurgical Treatment of Squint 492
70. Ophthalmic Prisms and Orthoptics 496
71. Correction of Strabismus with Botulinum Toxin 527
72. Surgical Management of Squint 535
73. Refractive Accommodative Esotropia Correction with LASIK 544
Volume 2
Section E Lids, Adnexa and Orbit
74. Anatomy of the Lids 551
75. Evaluation of the Cosmetic Patient 559
76. Ptosis 565
77. Congenital Ptosis 576
78. Evaluation and Management of Ectropion 597
79. Entropion, Trichiasis and Distichiasis 610
80. Blepharoplasty 620
81. Diseases of the Lid 625
82. Brow Lift Surgery 644
83. Forehead and Brow Rejuvenation 655
84. Facelift (Rhytidectomy) 672
85. Laser Assisted Blepharoplasty and Laser Resurfacing for the Treatment of Facial Rhytids 677
86. Botulinum Toxin (Botox): Functional and Cosmetic Uses 685
87. Anatomy of the Lacrimal Apparatus 694
88. The Lacrimal System: Diagnosis and Testing 698
89. Dacryocystitis 705
90. Surgical Management of the Tearing Patient 713
91. Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy 732
92. Dry Eye and Its Management 740
93. Lacrimal Gland Tumors 748
94. Anatomy of the Orbit 756
95. Orbital Fascia and Spaces 762
96. Craniosynostosis 766
97. Orbital Lesions and Tumors 771
98. Graves' Ophthalmopathy 796
99. Orbital Fractures 809
100. Orbitotomies 822
Section F External Eye Diseases
101. Anatomy of the Conjunctiva 833
102. Disorders of the Conjunctiva 838
103. Application of the Amniotic Membrane in Ocular Surface Pathology 889
104. Ocular Surface Disease: Current Management and Concepts 896
105. Anterior Segment Blunt Ocular Trauma 909
106. Chemical Injuries of the Eye 922
107. Scleritis and Episcleritis 927
Section G Cornea
108. Anatomy of the Cornea, Limbus and Sclera 939
109. Corneal Transparency 944
110. Drug Permeability 947
111. Corneal Topography 949
112. Corneal Endothelium and its Examination 967
113. Endothelial Evaluation Including its Role in Refractive Surgery 971
114. Pachymetry 980
115. Corneal Imaging using White-light Confocal Microscopy 986
116. Bacterial Keratitis 991
117. Acanthamoeba Keratitis 1020
118. Corneal Ulcers 1025
119. Fungal Keratitis 1032
120. Herpes Simplex Keratitis 1038
121. Herpes Zoster 1043
122. Mesenchymal Dysgeneses 1047
123. Corneal Dystrophies 1053
124. Corneal Degenerations 1079
125. Corneal Preservation 1089
126. The Actual Scope of Lamellar Grafts 1093
127. Penetrating Keratoplasty 1104
128. Immunosuppression in Corneal Grafting 1112
129. Eye Banking 1119
130. Phacoemulsification and the Diseased Cornea 1124
131. Keratoprosthesis: Surgical Stages of Keratoprosthesis Insertion 1131
132. Coralline Hydroxyapatite Keratoprosthesis 1136
Section H Refactive Surgery
133. Radial Keratotomy 1143
134. Astigmatic Keratotomy 1152
135. Keratomileusis and Keratophakia 1171
136. Epikeratophakia 1180
137. Excimer Laser: Fundamental Concepts 1191
138. Painless Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) 1196
139. Automatic Corneal Shaper 1199
140. Down up LASIK 1207
141. LASIK for Hyperopic Astigmatism 1216
142. Irregular Astigmatism: Diagnosis and Management 1223
143. LASIK for the Correction of Refractive Errors after Penetrating Keratoplasty 1231
144. Topography-Assisted LASIK 1240
145. Wavefront Technology 1247
146. The Role of Pupil Size in Refractive Surgery 1256
147. Sands of Sahara Syndrome 1262
148. Inflammatory and Infectious Complications after LASIK 1272
149. Phakic Intraocular Lens Implants 1282
150. The Phakic Refractive Lens (PRL): Indications and Technique 1293
151. Combined Procedures in Refractive Surgery 1303
152. Intrastromal Corneal Ring Segments 1310
153. Surgical Reversal of Presbyopia 1317
154. Correction of Hyperopia by Laser Thermokeratoplasty (LTK) 1331
155. Phototherapeutic Keratectomy (PTK) 1338
156. Ocular Therapeutics in Refractive Surgery 1348
157. Conductive Keratoplasty 1356
Volume 3
Section I Glaucoma
158. Anatomy of the Anterior Chamber and its Angle 1363
159. Gonioscopy 1368
160. Tonometry 1374
161. Visual Fields 1384
162. Congenital Glaucoma 1396
163. Iridocorneal Endothelial (ICE) Syndrome 1409
164. Ocular Hypertension 1413
165. Normal Tension Glaucoma: A Continuing Challenge 1422
166. Traumatic Glaucoma 1431
167. Pigment Dispersion Syndrome and Pigmentary Glaucoma 1440
168. Pseudoexfoliation Syndrome 1444
169. Malignant Glaucoma 1449
170. A Comprehensive Review of Current Medical Therapy in Primary Open-angle Glaucoma 1456
171. Antiglaucoma Therapy 1481
172. Laser Treatment in Glaucomas 1508
173. Triple Procedure: Trabeculectomy with Phaco and IOL Implantation 1521
174. Modern Glaucoma Surgery 1527
175. Antifibrotic Agents in Glaucoma Filtering Surgery 1534
176. Complications of Glaucoma Surgery 1541
177. Assessment and Management of Filtering Blebs 1549
178. Viscocanalostomy 1557
179. Combined Cataract Extraction and Filtering Surgery 1563
180. Managing Glaucoma in the Cataract Patient 1574
Section J Lens
181. Cataract Etiology: A Comprehensive Review 1587
182. Cataract 1620
183. The Compartmentalization/Decompartmentalization Concept in Relation to Cataract Surgery 1660
184. Biometry 1672
185. IOL Power Calculation after Keratomileusis 1678
186. The Dynamics of Sutureless Cataract Incisions 1687
187. Endocapsular Cataract Extraction with Intraocular Lens Implantation 1692
188. Small Incision Planned Extra 1699
189. Manual Multiphacofragmentation: A New Technique for Cataract Surgery 1716
190. The Phaco Machine: The How and Why of its Action and Reaction 1720
191. Air Pump to Prevent Surge 1731
192. Capsulorhexis 1734
193. No Anesthesia Cataract Surgery with Karate Chop 1742
194. Supracapsular Phacoemulsification 1750
195. Lens Quake Phaco 1765
196. Phacoemulsification with Cryoanalgesia: A New Approach for Cataract Surgery 1769
197. No Anesthesia Cataract Surgery: Comparison Between Topical, Intracameral and No Anesthesia 1773
198. No Anesthesia Cataract Surgery 1781
199. Phacoemulsification in a Narrow Pupil 1786
200. Trypan Blue (Blurhex) in the Management of Mature Cataracts 1798
201. Cataract Surgery and Intraocular Lens Implantation in Severe Hyperopia 1804
202. Phacoemulsification and Management of the Subluxated Crystalline Lens 1815
203. Phakonit and Laser Phakonit: Lens Removal through a 0.9 mm Incision 1829
204. Laser Phaco Cataract Surgery 1841
205. Cataract Surgery with Dodick Laser Photolysis 1850
206. Endocapsular Lensectomy 1857
207. Pediatric Cataract Surgery: Current Techniques, Complications and Management 1861
208. Materials for Intraocular Lenses 1880
209. Phaco Intraocular Lenses 1900
210. Refractive Cataract Surgery 1911
211. Phacoemulsification and IOL Implantation in Vitrectomized Eyes 1920
212. Intraocular Endoscopic Surgery in Cataract Extraction 1925
213. Anterior Segment Complications of Phacoemulsification 1929
214. Prevention of Complications 1937
215. Posterior Dislocation of Lens Material during Cataract Surgery 1945
216. Management of Dislocated Lens and Lens Fragments by the Vitreoretinal Approach 1949
217. Management of Dislocated Implants by the Vitreoretinal Approach 1956
218. Favit--a New Method to Remove Dropped Nuclei 1964
219. Management of Posterior Capsular Opacification 1971
Section K Uvealtract
220. Anatomy of the Uveal Tract 1981
221. Anterior Uveitis 1991
222. Uveitis Treatment Strategies 2003
223. Sympathetic Ophthalmia 2008
224. Cataract Surgery in the Patient with Uveitis 2016
225. Intraocular Masquerade Syndromes 2023
226. Anterior Segment Tumors 2031
227. Malignant Melanoma of the Choroid 2050
228. Paraneoplastic Ocular Syndromes 2060
Section L Oculartherapeutics
229. Ocular Defense System 2067
230. Routes of Administration and Drug Delivery Systems in Ophthalmology 2071
231. Unique Ocular Drug Delivery Systems 2076
232. Microorganisms and Ocular Diseases 2090
233. Antibacterial Therapy 2093
234. Antiinflammatory Therapy 2113
235. Ophthalmic Antiviral Therapies 2129
236. Antiviral Therapy 2149
237. Antifungal Therapy 2159
238. Antiallergy Therapy 2168
239. Local Anesthetic Agents 2177
240. Viscoelastic Substances and Other Ocular Surgical Adjuncts 2186
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