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Diabetic Eye Disease: A Comprehensive Review details all aspects of how diabetes mellitus affects the entire eye. Epidemiology; pathogenesis; as well as the effect on the orbit, cornea, lens, retina, and optic nerve are covered inside this unique resource. Dr. Alejandro Espaillat discusses diabetes mellitus and the optic nerve complications that can occur, and introduces the most current information regarding diabetic eye disease. Included inside the pages of Diabetic Eye Disease are the latest studies, medications, and treatment protocols for diabetic retinopathy and macular edema. Features Include: Clinical photographs and illustrations of how the disease can be manifested at every stage and location within the eye Guidelines and step-by-step details on the management of cataract surgery in the diabetic patient Latest state-of-the-art medical diagnosis, therapeutics, instrumentation, and surgical techniques Discussion of telemedicine as an effective tool against blindness due to diabetic eye disease A breakthrough resource on its topic, Diabetic Eye Disease: A Comprehensive Review reaches out to a wide audience of ophthalmologists, retinal specialists, residents, and optometrists with the most current information and advances available.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Diabetes Mellitus: Diagnosis and Current and Future Therapies
Evana Valenzuela Scheker, MD and Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 2 Epidemiology and Pathogenesis of Diabetic Retinopathy
Susannah G. Rowe, MD, MPH and Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 3 Diabetes Mellitus and Cranial Neuropathies of the Eye and Orbit
Deval (Reshma) Paranjpe, MD and Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 4 Diabetes Mellitus and the Cornea
Roberto Pineda, MD and Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 5 Diabetes Mellitus and Cataracts
Cecilia R. Sanchez, MD; Sabera T. Shah, MD; Timothy J. Murtha, MD; and Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 6 Diabetes Mellitus and Optic Nerve Abnormalities
Jesse Richman, MD; King To, MD; Larissa Camejo, MD; and Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 7 Diabetes Mellitus and Macular Abnormalities
Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 8 Diabetes Mellitus and Retinal Abnormalities
Glenn C. Yiu, MD, PhD; Sandra Rocio Montezuma, MD; and Alejandro Espaillat, MD
Chapter 9 Perspectives in Ocular Telemedicine Imaging for Diabetes Mellitus
Paolo S. Silva, MD; Lloyd M. Aiello, MD; Lloyd Paul Aiello, MD, PhD; Dorothy Tolls, OD;
and Jerry D. Cavallerano, OD, PhD
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