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The Wills Eye manual office and emergency room diagnosis and treatment of eye disease

by Wills Eye Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa); Gerstenblith, Adam T; Rabinowitz, Michael P.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Philadelphia, Pa Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2012Edition: 6th ed.Description: xix, 471 p. chiefly ill. (col. plates) 20 cm.ISBN: 139781451109382 (pbk.); 1451109385 (pbk.).Subject(s): EYE -- Diseases | OPHTHALMIC EMERGENCIES -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | EYE DISEASES -- Diagnosis -- Outlines
Contents:
Consultants -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Preface to the first edition xvii -- Ch 1: Differential diagnosis of ocular symptoms - Chapter 2: Differential diagnosis of ocular signs - Chapter 3: Trauma: Chemical burn - Corneal abrasion - Corneal and conjunctival foreigh bodies -- Conjunctival laceration - Traumatic iritis - Hyphema and microhyphema - Iridodialysis/cyclodialysis - Eyelid laceration - Orbital blow-out fracture - Traumatic retrobulbar hemorrhage - Traumatic optic neuropathy - Intraorbital foreign body - Corneal laceration - Ruptured globe and penetrating ocular injury - Intraocular foreign body - Commotio retinae - Traumatic choroidal rupture - Chorioretinitis sclopetaria - Purtscher retinopathy - Shaken baby syndrome/inflicted childhood neurotrauma -- Ch 4: Cornea: Superficial punctate keratopathy - Recurrent corneal erosion - Dry-eye syndrome - Filamentary keratopathy - Exposure keratopathy - Neurotrophic keratopathy - Thermal/ultraviolet keratopathy - Thygeson superficial punctate keratopathy - Pterygium/pinguecula - Band keratopathy - Bacterial keratitis - Fungal keratitis - Acanthamoeba keratitis - Crystalline keratopathy - Herpes simplex virus - Herpes Zoster virus/herpes Zoster ophthalmicus/varicella Zoster virus - Ocular vaccinia - Interstitial keratitis - Staphylococcal hypersensitivity - Phlyctenulosis - Contact lens-related problems - Contact-lens induced giant papillary conjunctivitis - Peripheral corneal thinning/ulceration - Dellen - Keratoconus - Corneal dystrophies - Fuchs endothelial dystrophy - Aphakic bullous keratopathy - Corneal graft rejection - Refractive surgery complications -- Ch 5: Conjunctiva/sclera/iris/external disease: Acute conjunctivitis - Chronic conjunctivitis - Parinaud oculoglandular conjunctivits - Superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis - Subconjunctival hemorrhage - Episcleritis - Scleritis - Blepharitis/Meibomitis - Ocular rosacea - Ocular cicatricial pemphigoid - Contact dermatitis - Conjunctival tumors - Malignant melanoma of the iris -- Ch 6: Eyelid: Ptosis - Chalazion/Hordeolum - Ectropion - Entropion - Trichiasis - Floppy eyelid syndrome - Blepharospasm - Canaliculitis - Dacryocystitis/inflammation of the lacrimal sac - Preseptal cellulitis - Malignant tumors of the eye -- Ch 7: Orbit: Orbital disease - Inflammatory orbital disease - Infectious orbital disease - Orbital tumors - Traumatic orbital disease - Lacrimal gland mass/chronic dacryoadenitis - Less common orbital diseases -- Ch 8: Pediatrics: Leukocoria - Retinopathy of prematurity - Familial exudative vitroretinopathy - Esodeviations in children - Exodeviations in children - Strabismus syndromes - Amblyopia - Congenital cataract - Ophthalmia neonatorum (newborn conjunctivitis) - Congenital glaucoma - Developmental anterior segment and lens anomalies/dysgenesis - Congenital ptosis - The bilaterally blind infant -- Ch 9: Glaucoma: Primary-open glaucoma - Low-pressure primary open glaucoma (normal or average pressure glaucoma) - Ocular hypertension - Acute angle-closure glaucoma - Chronic angle-closure glaucoma - Angle-recession glaucoma - Glaucomatocyclitic crisis/Posner-Schlossman syndrome - Steroid-response glaucoma - Pseudoexfoliation syndrome/exfoliative glaucoma - Lens-induced (phacogenic) - glaucoma - Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome - Postoperative glaucoma - Aqueous misdirection syndrome malignant glaucoma - Posoperative complications of glaucoma surgery - Blebitis -- Ch 10: Neuro-ophthalmology: Anisocoria - Horner syndrome - Argyll Robertson pupils - Adie (tonic) pupil - Isolated third nerve palsy - Aberrant regeneration of the third nerve - Isolated fourth nerve palsy - Isolated sixth nerve palsy - Isolated seventh nerve palsy - Cavernous sinus and associated syndromes (multiple ocular motor nerve palsies) - Mysthenia Gravis - Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia -- Ch 13: General ophthalmic problems: Acquired cataract - Pregnancy - Lyme disease - Convergence insufficiency - Accomodative spasm - Stevens-Johnson syndrome (erythema multiforme major) - Vitamin A deficiency - Albinism - Wilson disease - Subluxed or dislocated crystaline lens - Hypotony syndrome - Blind, painful eye - Phakomatoses -- Ch 14: Imaging modalities in ophthalmology: Plain films - Computed tomography - Magnetic resonance imaging - Magnetic resonance angiography - Magnetic resonance venography - Cerebral arteriography - Nuclear medicine - Ophthalmic ultrasonography - Photographic studies - Intravenous fluorescein angiography - Indocyanine green angiography - Optical coherence tomography - Confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy - Confocal biomicroscopy - Corneal topography & tomography description - Dacryocystography -- Appendices: Appendix I: Dilating drops - Appendix 2: Tetanus prophylaxis - Appendix 3: Cover/uncover and alternate cover tests - Appendix 4: Amsler grid - Appendix 5: Seidel test to detect a wound leak - Appendix 6: Forced-duction test and active force generation test - Appendix 7: Technique for diagnostic probing and irrigation of the lacrimal system - Appendix 8: Corneal culture procedure - Appendix 9: Fortified topical antibiotics - Appendix 10: Techniques for subtenon and subconjunctival injections - Appendix 11: Intravitreal tap and inject Appendix 12: Intravitreal antibiotics -- Appendix 13: Anterior chamber paracentesis - Appendix 14: Angle classification - Appendix 15: YAG laser peripheral iridotomy - Appendix 16: YAG capsulotomy -- Ophthalmic acronyms and abbreviations -- Index.
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Includes index.

Consultants -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Preface to the first edition xvii -- Ch 1: Differential diagnosis of ocular symptoms - Chapter 2: Differential diagnosis of ocular signs - Chapter 3: Trauma: Chemical burn - Corneal abrasion - Corneal and conjunctival foreigh bodies -- Conjunctival laceration - Traumatic iritis - Hyphema and microhyphema - Iridodialysis/cyclodialysis - Eyelid laceration - Orbital blow-out fracture - Traumatic retrobulbar hemorrhage - Traumatic optic neuropathy - Intraorbital foreign body - Corneal laceration - Ruptured globe and penetrating ocular injury - Intraocular foreign body - Commotio retinae - Traumatic choroidal rupture - Chorioretinitis sclopetaria - Purtscher retinopathy - Shaken baby syndrome/inflicted childhood neurotrauma -- Ch 4: Cornea: Superficial punctate keratopathy - Recurrent corneal erosion - Dry-eye syndrome - Filamentary keratopathy - Exposure keratopathy - Neurotrophic keratopathy - Thermal/ultraviolet keratopathy - Thygeson superficial punctate keratopathy - Pterygium/pinguecula - Band keratopathy - Bacterial keratitis - Fungal keratitis - Acanthamoeba keratitis - Crystalline keratopathy - Herpes simplex virus - Herpes Zoster virus/herpes Zoster ophthalmicus/varicella Zoster virus - Ocular vaccinia - Interstitial keratitis - Staphylococcal hypersensitivity - Phlyctenulosis - Contact lens-related problems - Contact-lens induced giant papillary conjunctivitis - Peripheral corneal thinning/ulceration - Dellen - Keratoconus - Corneal dystrophies - Fuchs endothelial dystrophy - Aphakic bullous keratopathy - Corneal graft rejection - Refractive surgery complications -- Ch 5: Conjunctiva/sclera/iris/external disease: Acute conjunctivitis - Chronic conjunctivitis - Parinaud oculoglandular conjunctivits - Superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis - Subconjunctival hemorrhage - Episcleritis - Scleritis - Blepharitis/Meibomitis - Ocular rosacea - Ocular cicatricial pemphigoid - Contact dermatitis - Conjunctival tumors - Malignant melanoma of the iris -- Ch 6: Eyelid: Ptosis - Chalazion/Hordeolum - Ectropion - Entropion - Trichiasis - Floppy eyelid syndrome - Blepharospasm - Canaliculitis - Dacryocystitis/inflammation of the lacrimal sac - Preseptal cellulitis - Malignant tumors of the eye -- Ch 7: Orbit: Orbital disease - Inflammatory orbital disease - Infectious orbital disease - Orbital tumors - Traumatic orbital disease - Lacrimal gland mass/chronic dacryoadenitis - Less common orbital diseases -- Ch 8: Pediatrics: Leukocoria - Retinopathy of prematurity - Familial exudative vitroretinopathy - Esodeviations in children - Exodeviations in children - Strabismus syndromes - Amblyopia - Congenital cataract - Ophthalmia neonatorum (newborn conjunctivitis) - Congenital glaucoma - Developmental anterior segment and lens anomalies/dysgenesis - Congenital ptosis - The bilaterally blind infant -- Ch 9: Glaucoma: Primary-open glaucoma - Low-pressure primary open glaucoma (normal or average pressure glaucoma) - Ocular hypertension - Acute angle-closure glaucoma - Chronic angle-closure glaucoma - Angle-recession glaucoma - Glaucomatocyclitic crisis/Posner-Schlossman syndrome - Steroid-response glaucoma - Pseudoexfoliation syndrome/exfoliative glaucoma - Lens-induced (phacogenic) - glaucoma - Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome - Postoperative glaucoma - Aqueous misdirection syndrome malignant glaucoma - Posoperative complications of glaucoma surgery - Blebitis -- Ch 10: Neuro-ophthalmology: Anisocoria - Horner syndrome - Argyll Robertson pupils - Adie (tonic) pupil - Isolated third nerve palsy - Aberrant regeneration of the third nerve - Isolated fourth nerve palsy - Isolated sixth nerve palsy - Isolated seventh nerve palsy - Cavernous sinus and associated syndromes (multiple ocular motor nerve palsies) - Mysthenia Gravis - Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia -- Ch 13: General ophthalmic problems: Acquired cataract - Pregnancy - Lyme disease - Convergence insufficiency - Accomodative spasm - Stevens-Johnson syndrome (erythema multiforme major) - Vitamin A deficiency - Albinism - Wilson disease - Subluxed or dislocated crystaline lens - Hypotony syndrome - Blind, painful eye - Phakomatoses -- Ch 14: Imaging modalities in ophthalmology: Plain films - Computed tomography - Magnetic resonance imaging - Magnetic resonance angiography - Magnetic resonance venography - Cerebral arteriography - Nuclear medicine - Ophthalmic ultrasonography - Photographic studies - Intravenous fluorescein angiography - Indocyanine green angiography - Optical coherence tomography - Confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy - Confocal biomicroscopy - Corneal topography & tomography description - Dacryocystography -- Appendices: Appendix I: Dilating drops - Appendix 2: Tetanus prophylaxis - Appendix 3: Cover/uncover and alternate cover tests - Appendix 4: Amsler grid - Appendix 5: Seidel test to detect a wound leak - Appendix 6: Forced-duction test and active force generation test - Appendix 7: Technique for diagnostic probing and irrigation of the lacrimal system - Appendix 8: Corneal culture procedure - Appendix 9: Fortified topical antibiotics - Appendix 10: Techniques for subtenon and subconjunctival injections - Appendix 11: Intravitreal tap and inject Appendix 12: Intravitreal antibiotics -- Appendix 13: Anterior chamber paracentesis - Appendix 14: Angle classification - Appendix 15: YAG laser peripheral iridotomy - Appendix 16: YAG capsulotomy -- Ophthalmic acronyms and abbreviations -- Index.

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