GLAUCOMA: COLOR ATLAS & SYNOPSIS OF CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY Color Atlas & Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Hospital)

Author: Douglas Rhee, MD
Affiliation:
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN 10: 1609133374
ISBN 13: 9781609133375
Edition: 2nd

Description:

Developed at Philadelphia's famed Wills Eye Institute, the series presents unmistakable guidelines for the differential diagnosis and treatment of the full range of ophthalmic problems. For each condition there are photographs coupled with salient points of epidemiology, history, physical examination, differential diagnosis, laboratory and special examinations, disease course, and up-to-date treatments. The series is a unique combination of text, quick reference, and color atlas, covering every essential sub-specialty in Ophthalmology including pediatrics. Each title features more than 150 color illustrations throughout and a short, succinct format which in most cases, includes: Epidemiology and Etiology, History, Physical Examination, Differential Diagnosis, Laboratory and Special Examinations, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Management. The book is designed as an aid to the diagnosis and management of Vitreoretinal disease in the care of patients and as a resource for the student and trainee.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • DEDICATION
  • Contributors
  • About the Series
  • Acknowledgments
  • Preface

Introduction to Glaucoma Diagnosis

    Basics of Aqueous Flow and the Optic Nerve

    • AQUEOUS FLOW
    • OPTIC NERVE

    Tonometry

    • GOLDMANN APPLANATION TONOMETER
    • SCHIÖTZ TONOMETER
    • PERKINS TONOMETER
    • TONO-PEN
    • PNEUMOTONOMETER
    • DYNAMIC CONTOUR TONOMETRY

    Gonioscopy

    • DIRECT GONIOSCOPY
    • INDIRECT GONIOSCOPY
    • ESTIMATING THE ANTERIOR CHAMBER DEPTH
    • TECHNIQUE
    • ELEMENTS OF THE ANGLE ANATOMY
    • IDENTIFICATION OF ANGLE STRUCTURES
    • CLASSIFICATION OF THE ANGLE
    • PIGMENT DEPOSITION AND GONIOSCOPY
    • ERROR FACTORS ON GONIOSCOPY
    • USE OF GONIOSCOPY IN TRAUMA

    Anterior Segment Imaging

    • ANGLE-CLOSURE GLAUCOMA
    • OPEN-ANGLE GLAUCOMA
    • OTHER CONDITIONS
    • SURGERY AND GLAUCOMA
    • REFERENCES

    Optic Nerve Imaging

    • STEREOPHOTOGRAPHY
    • CONFOCAL SCANNING LASER OPHTHALMOSCOPY
    • SCANNING LASER POLARIMETRY
    • OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY

    Evaluation of the Optic Nerve and Nerve Fiber Layer

    • FUNCTIONAL TESTS
    • STRUCTURAL TESTS

    Psychophysical Testing

    • PURPOSE OF TEST
    • DESCRIPTION
    • COMMON OPTIC NERVE VISUAL FIELDS FOUND IN PATIENTS WITH GLAUCOMA
    • NEWER PSYCHOPHYSICAL TESTING: FREQUENCY-DOUBLING PERIMETRY AND SHORT-WAVE AUTOMATED PERIMETRY

    Blood Flow in Glaucoma

    • SCANNING LASER OPHTHALMOSCOPE ANGIOGRAPHY
    • COLOR DOPPLER IMAGING
    • MEASUREMENT OF OCULAR PULSATION
    • CONFOCAL SCANNING LASER DOPPLER FLOWMETRY
    • SPECTRAL RETINAL OXIMETRY
    • DOPPLER OCULAR COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY

    Introduction to Clinical Syndromes

      Developmental Glaucomas (Congenital Glaucomas)

      • PRIMARY CONGENITAL GLAUCOMA
      • GLAUCOMA ASSOCIATED WITH CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
      • MARFAN SYNDROME
      • MICROSPHEROPHAKIA
      • STURGE–WEBER SYNDROME (ENCEPHALOTRIGEMINAL ANGIOMATOSIS)
      • NEUROFIBROMATOSIS (VON RECKLINGHAUSEN’S DISEASE AND BILATERAL ACOUSTIC NEUROFIBROMATOSIS)

      Primary Open-angle Glaucoma

      • DEFINITION
      • EPIDEMIOLOGY
      • PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
      • HISTORY
      • CLINICAL EXAMINATION
      • SPECIAL TESTS
      • TREATMENT

      Secondary Open-angle Glaucoma

      • PIGMENT DISPERSION SYNDROME
      • EXFOLIATION SYNDROME
      • STEROID-RESPONSIVE GLAUCOMA

      Uveitic Glaucomas

      • EPIDEMIOLOGY
      • ETIOLOGY
      • OPEN-ANGLE MECHANISMS
      • CLOSED-ANGLE MECHANISMS
      • DIAGNOSIS
      • MANAGEMENT
      • MANAGEMENT OF ANGLE-CLOSURE GLAUCOMA
      • SPECIFIC ENTITIES
      • GLAUCOMATOCYCLITIC CRISIS (POSNER–SCHLOSSMAN SYNDROME)
      • HERPETIC KERATOUVEITIS
      • SYPHILITIC INTERSTITIAL KERATITIS
      • JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS
      • LENS-INDUCED UVEITIS AND GLAUCOMA
      • SARCOIDOSIS

      Lens-associated Open-angle Glaucomas

      • LENS PROTEIN OR PHACOLYTIC GLAUCOMA
      • LENS PARTICLE GLAUCOMA
      • LENS-ASSOCIATED UVEITIS (PHACOANAPHYLAXIS)
      • PHACOMORPHIC GLAUCOMA

      Traumatic Glaucoma

      • TRAUMATIC HYPHEMA
      • ANGLE RECESSION
      • CYCLODIALYSIS CLEFT

      Primary Acute Angle-closure and Chronic Angle-closure Glaucoma

      • BACKGROUND
      • PRIMARY ACUTE ANGLE CLOSURE
      • CHRONIC ANGLE–CLOSURE GLAUCOMA
      • PLATEAU IRIS

      Secondary Angle-closure Glaucoma

      • NEOVASCULAR GLAUCOMA
      • IRIDOCORNEAL SYNDROMES
      • AQUEOUS MISDIRECTION SYNDROME (MALIGNANT GLAUCOMA)

      Glaucoma Secondary to Elevated Venous Pressure

      • CAROTID-CAVERNOUS FISTULA
      • STURGE–WEBER SYNDROME
      • IDIOPATHIC ELEVATED EPISCLERAL VENOUS PRESSURE
      • OTHER CAUSES OF ELEVATED EPISCLERAL VENOUS PRESSURE

      Introduction to Glaucoma Management

      • WHAT IS THE GOAL OF TREATMENT?
      • HOW DO WE TREAT GLAUCOMA?
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY

      Medical Management

      • DESCRIPTION AND PHYSIOLOGY
      • ALPHA AGONISTS
      • BETA-BLOCKERS
      • CARBONIC ANHYDRASE INHIBITORS
      • HYPEROSMOLAR AGENTS
      • MIOTICS
      • PROSTAGLANDINS
      • SYMPATHOMIMETIC AGENTS
      • COMBINATION AGENTS
      • TECHNIQUE OF DROP INSTILLATION

      Laser Trabeculoplasty

      • INDICATIONS
      • ARGON LASER TRABECULOPLASTY
      • SELECTIVE LASER TRABECULOPLASTY
      • ECONOMICS

      Deep Sclerectomy Surgery for Glaucoma

      • STUDIES
      • SURGICAL TECHNIQUE
      • POSTOPERATIVE CARE
      • CONCLUSION

      Trabeculectomy and Ex-PRESS Mini Glaucoma Shunt

      • TRABECULECTOMY
      • EX-PRESS MINI GLAUCOMA SHUNT

      Glaucoma Drainage Devices

      • DESCRIPTION
      • SURGICAL TECHNIQUE
      • POSTOPERATIVE CARE
      • COMPLICATIONS

      Schlemm’s Canal-based Surgery

      • INDICATIONS
      • CANALOPLASTY
      • TRABECTOME
      • iSTENT

      Cyclodestructive Procedures for Glaucoma

      • INDICATIONS
      • CONTRAINDICATIONS
      • TECHNIQUES
      • NONCONTACT TRANSSCLERAL CPC
      • CONTACT TRANSSCLERAL CPC
      • CYCLOCRYOTHERAPY
      • TRANSPUPILLARY CPC
      • ENDOSCOPIC CYCLOPHOTOCOAGULATION
      • POSTPROCEDURE CARE
      • COMPLICATIONS

      Late Complications of Glaucoma Surgery

      • HYPOTONY
      • BLEB LEAKS
      • GIANT BLEBS
      • THE FAILING BLEB: ENCAPSULATION
      • CIRCUMFERENTIAL BLEB
      • TUBE SHUNT EROSIONS