OPTIC DISORDERS AND VISUAL FIELD

OPTIC DISORDERS AND VISUAL FIELD

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Oftalmología
ISBN:
978-981-13-2501-4
Páginas:
606
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
463
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

125,00 €

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118,75 €

1. Retina
2. Optic Nerve
3. Optic Chiasm
4. Optic Tract
5. Lateral Geniculate Body
6. Optic Radiation
7. Visual Cortex
8. Physical and Physiological Bases of the Visual Field
9. Normal Visual Field
10. Visual Field Test
11. Abnormal Visual Fields
12. Why Is AZOOR “Occult”?
13. Bitemporal Visual Field Defects Mimicking Chiasmal Compression in Eyes with Retinal Disorders
14. Acute Monocular Quadrantanopia and Retinal Diseases
15. BRVO vs BRAO: What Are the Differences in Visual Field Changes?
16. Every Contact Leaves a Trace
17. When Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment Is Accompanied by Glaucoma
18. Ectopia of the Physiological Blind Spot
19. Be Aware of the Mild Decibel Values Loss at Central Fixation
20. The Fundus Appearance of Methylmalonic Acidemia Combined with Homocystinuria
21. The Ocular Manifestation of Turner Syndrome
22. The Clinical and Genetic Analysis of Stargardt’s Disease
23. Syphilis: The “Great Imitator”
24. “With the Skin Gone, to What Can the Hair Attach Itself”: When Optic Nerve Atrophy Occurs, What Will Happen to the Medullated Fibers?
25. A Case with Unilateral Superior RNFL Defect and Inferior Arcuate Scotoma
26. A Young Patient with Unilateral Superior Altitudinal Visual Field Defect
27. Unusual “Narrow Anterior Chamber”
28. NLP Due to Incomplete Development of ON
29. Changes in Visual Field Caused by Optic Disc Drusen
30. A Patient with Morning Glory Disc Anomaly in One Eye and Congenital Anophthalmia in the Contralateral Eye
31. Glaucomatous Optic Neuropathy and Optic Disc Drusen
32. Congenital Optic Disc Pit
33. Melanocytoma of the Optic Disc
34. The Visual Field Defects of Leber’s Disease
35. Optic Neuritis with Various Manifestations of Visual Field
36. A Visual Field Defect Extending from the Physiological Blind Spot: Ischemic Optic Neuropathy or Normal Tension Glaucoma?
37. Easily Ignored Signs of Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy: Secondary Serous Detachment in the Macula
38. Optic Disc Vasculitis with Inconsistent Visual Field and Fundus Changes
39. Diagnosis of Non-glaucomatous Optic Nerve Cupping Using Visual Field
40. The Optic Nerve Damage and Visual Field Change in the Acute Phase of Primary Angle-Closure Glaucoma
41. Is It Real Glaucomatous Visual Field Loss?
42. Optic Neuropathy: Cassava Poisoning?
43. The Visual Field Changes and Outcomes in Hepatitis B-Associated Optic Neuritis
44. Brucella Encephalitis and Optic Neuropathy
45. The Diagnostic Process of a Patient with Bilateral Physiological Blind Spot Enlargement

This book discusses more than one hundred patients in which visual pathway is involved, and focuses on the role of visual field examination in the diagnosis of these diseases. It also highlights the application of concepts from the new interdiscipline, integration medicine as well as molecular biology and genetics in the analysis of the diseases.
In this book, the commonly (typically) noticed changes in the visual field of patients with visual pathway disorders are mainly described in the chapter one titled as “Visual Field-related Anatomy of Visual Pathway” and chapter two titled as “Interpretation of Visual Field Test”, while the majority of the cases presented with "atypical" changes in visual field. At this point, the changes in the visual field could function as either a key to understand the disease, or a question mark which confuses the diagnosis. However, the process of pushing aside a fog around the diagnosis step by step helps the readers to gradually disclose the essence of the disease.

Features
• Discusses visual fields applied in the neuro-ophthalmology fields
• Illustrates comprehensive figures
• Presents abundant clinical cases with atypical visual fields defects