A Synopsis of Ophthalmology - 3rd Edition - ISBN: 9781483283050, 9781483285214

A Synopsis of Ophthalmology

3rd Edition

Volume 3

Authors: J. L. C. Martin-Doyle
eBook ISBN: 9781483285214
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 284
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A Synopsis of Ophthalmology, Third Edition provides a comprehensive view of the fundamental aspects of ophthalmology. This book discusses the important practical points in clinical ophthalmology, with emphasis on eye diseases. Organized into 28 chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the systematic routine for the examination of every ophthalmic patient. This text then discusses the seven distinct clinical variations of acute conjunctivitis, namely, simple acute conjunctivitis, mucopurulent conjunctivitis, purulent conjunctivitis, ophthalmia neonatorum, membranous conjunctivitis, phylctenular conjunctivitis, and photophthalmia. Other chapters consider the treatment of glaucoma, chemotherapy, corticosteroids, and antibiotics. This book discusses as well the advances in surgical techniques, particularly cryo-probe and laser-beam techniques. The final chapter deals with the various techniques of slit-lamp examination, including diffuse illumination, direct focal illumination, retro-illumination, specular reflection, and sclerotic scatter. This book is a valuable resource for ophthalmologists. Medical students, general practitioners, and post-graduate students who are about to take a diploma in ophthalmology will also find this book useful.

Table of Contents

Contents Preface to the Third Edition Preface to the First Edition Foreword I. The Routine Examination of An Ophthalmic Patient II. Diseases of the Conjunctiva: The Anatomy and Physiology of the Normal Conjunctiva-Acute and Chronic Conjunctivitis-Ophthalmia Nodosum-Syndrome Conjunctivitis-Pemphigus-Tuberculosis of the Conjunctiva-Syphilis of the Conjunctiva-Degenerative Changes-Conjunctival Cyst-Tumours of Conjunctiva-Conjunctival Wounds-Conjunctival Burns III. Diseases of the Cornea: Anatomy and Physiology;Pathology; Classification-Ulcerations-Infiltration-Virus Disease-Degeneration-Dystrophies-Congenital Abnormalities-Wounds of the Cornea IV. Drugs Affecting Intra-Ocular Muscles V. Diseases of the Uveal Tract: Anatomy. General Remarks On Uveal Inflammation-Diseases of the Iris: Acute Iritis; Congenital Abnormalities of the Iris; Cysts of the Iris; Degenerations of the Iris-Diseases of the Ciliary Body-Diseases of the Choroid; Congenital Abnormalities; Inflammations of the Choroid; Degenerations of the Choroid-Detachment of the Choroid VI. Diseases of the Retina: Anatomy; Classification-Vascular Lesions-Retinopathies-Retiniti-Degeneration-The Phakomatoses-Toxic Amblyopia-Traumatic Lesion-Retinal Detachment-Retrolental Fibroplasia VII. Diseases of the Sclera: Anatomy-Episcleritis-Scleritis-Scleromalacia Perforans-Scleral Staphyloma-Blue Sclerotics VIII. Diseases of the Optic Nerve: Anatomy-Inflammation-(Edema-Optic Atrophy-Congenital Abnormalitie-Injuries of the Optic Nerve IX. Diseases of the Vitreous: Anatomy; Pathology-Opacities-Fluid Vitreous-Haemorrhage-Eales's Disease-Pus In The Vitreous-Persistent Hyaloid Artery-Injuries (Intra-Ocular Foreign Bodies) X. Diseases of the Lens: Anatomy; Biochemistry-Cataract: Pathogenesis; Congenital Cataract;Senile Cataract; Metabolic Cataracts; Cataracts Due to Drugs; Irradiation Cataract; Secondary Cataract; Traumatic Cataract; Posterior Polar Cataract; After ' Cataract XI. Glaucoma: Primary Glaucoma:


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