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The thoroughly revised Sixth Edition of this classic reference on ocular disease is the perfect guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders. Written in a concise outline format, this quick reference is perfect for diagnosis and management of hundreds of ocular conditions. This pocket-size manual covers - from symptoms to treatment - all ocular disorders likely to be encountered in the office, emergency room, or hospital setting.

Table of Contents

Contributorsp. v
Consultantsp. vii
Forewordp. ix
Prefacep. xi
Preface to the First Editionp. xiii
Differential Diagnosis of Ocular Symptomsp. 1
Differential Diagnosis of Ocular Signsp. 6
Traumap. 13
Chemical Burnp. 13
Corneal Abrasionp. 16
Corneal and Conjunctival Foreign Bodiesp. 17
Conjunctival Lacerationp. 19
Traumatic Iritisp. 20
Hyphema and Microhyphemap. 21
Iridodialysis/Cyclodialysisp. 25
Eyelid Lacerationp. 26
Orbital Blow-Out Fracturep. 32
Traumatic Retrobulbar Hemorrhagep. 35
Traumatic Optic Neuropathyp. 40
Intraorbital Foreign Bodyp. 42
Corneal Lacerationp. 44
Ruptured Globe and Penetrating Ocular Injuryp. 46
Intraocular Foreign Bodyp. 48
Commotio Retinaep. 49
Traumatic Choroidal Rupturep. 50
Chorioretinitis Sciopetariap. 51
Purtscher Retinopathyp. 52
Shaken Baby Syndrome/Inflicted Childhood Neurotraumap. 53
Corneap. 55
Superficial Punctate Keratopathyp. 55
Recurrent Corneal Erosionp. 57
Dry-Eye Syndromep. 59
Filamentary Keratopathyp. 61
Exposure Keratopathyp. 62
Neurotrophic Keratopathyp. 63
Thermal/Ultraviolet Keratopathyp. 64
Thygeson Superficial Puncture Keratopathyp. 65
Pterygium/Pingueculap. 66
Band Keratopathyp. 67
Bacterial Keratitisp. 69
Fungal Keratitisp. 73
Acanthamoeba Keratitisp. 75
Crystalline Keratopathyp. 76
Herpes Simplex Virusp. 77
Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus/Varicella Zoster Virusp. 81
Ocular Vacciniap. 85
Interstitial Keratitisp. 86
Staphylococcal Hypersensitivityp. 88
Phlyctenulosisp. 89
Contact Lens-Related Problemsp. 90
Contact Lens-Induced Giant Papillary Conjunctivitisp. 94
Peripheral Corneal Thinning/Ulcerationp. 95
Dellenp. 98
Keratoconusp. 98
Corneal Dystrophiesp. 100
Fuchs Endothelial Dystrophyp. 102
Aphakic Bullous Keratopathy/Pseudophakic Bullous Keratopathyp. 103
Corneal Graft Rejectionp. 104
Corneal Refractive Surgery Complicationsp. 105
Conjunctive/Sclera/Iris/External Diseasep. 110
Acute Conjunctivitisp. 110
Chronic Conjunctivitisp. 116
Parinaud Oculoglandular Conjunctivitisp. 118
Superior Limbic Keratoconjunctivitisp. 119
Subconjunctival Hemorrhagep. 120
Episcleritisp. 121
Scleritisp. 122
Blepharitis/Meibomitisp. 125
Ocular Rosaceap. 126
Ocular Cicatricial Pemphigoidp. 127
Contact Dermatitisp. 129
Conjunctival Tumorsp. 129
Malignant Melanoma of the Irisp. 133
Eyelidp. 135
Ptosisp. 135
Chalazion/Hordeolump. 137
Ectropionp. 139
Entropionp. 140
Trichiasisp. 140
Floppy Eyelid Syndromep. 141
Blepharospasmp. 142
Canaliculitisp. 143
Dacryocystitis/Inflammation of the Lacrimal Sacp. 144
Preseptal Cellulitisp. 146
Malignant Tumors of the Eyelidp. 149
Orbitp. 153
Orbital Diseasep. 153
Inflammatory Orbital Diseasep. 154
Infectious Orbital Diseasep. 159
Orbital Tumorsp. 165
Traumatic Orbital Diseasep. 173
Lacrimal Gland Mass/Chronic Dacryoadenitisp. 174
Miscellaneous Orbital Diseasesp. 176
Pediatricsp. 177
Leukocoriap. 177
Retinopathy of Prematurityp. 179
Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathyp. 182
Esodeviations in Childrenp. 183
Exodeviations in Childrenp. 186
Strabismus Syndromesp. 188
Amblyopiap. 189
Congenital Cataractp. 191
Ophthalmia Neonatorum (Newborn Conjunctivitis)p. 193
Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstructionp. 195
Congenital/Infantile Glaucomap. 196
Developmental Anterior Segment and Lens Anomalies/Dysgenesisp. 198
Congenital Ptosisp. 200
The Bilaterally Blind Infantp. 201
Glaucomap. 204
Primary Open-Angle Glaucomap. 204
Low-Pressure Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma (Normal Pressure Glaucoma)p. 211
Ocular Hypertentionp. 212
Acute Angle-Closure Glaucomap. 213
Chronic Angle-Closure Glaucomap. 216
Angle-Recession Glaucomap. 217
Inflammatory Open-Angle Glaucomap. 218
Glaucomatocyclitic Crisis/Posner-Schlossman Syndromep. 220
Steroid-Response Glaucomap. 221
Pigment Dispersion Syndrome/Pigmentary Glaucomap. 222
Pseudoexfoliation Syndrome/Exfoliative Glaucomap. 224
Lens-Induced (Phacogenic) Glaucomap. 226
Plateau Irisp. 229
Neovascular Glaucomap. 230
Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndromep. 233
Postoperative Glaucomap. 234
Aqueous Misdirection Syndrome/Malignant Glaucomap. 236
Postoperative Complications of Glaucoma Surgeryp. 237
Blebitisp. 240
Neuro-Ophthalmologyp. 242
Anisocoriap. 242
Horner Syndromep. 244
Argyll Robertson Pupilsp. 246
Adie (Tonic) Pupilp. 247
Isolated Third Nerve Palsyp. 248
Aberrant Regeneration of the Third Nervep. 251
Isolated Fourth Nerve Palsyp. 252
Isolated Sixth Nerve Palsyp. 254
Isolated Seventh Nerve Palsyp. 256
Cavernous Sinus and Associated Syndromes (Multiple Ocular Motor Nerve Palsies)p. 259
Myasthenia Gravisp. 263
Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegiap. 266
Internuclear Ophthalmoplegiap. 267
Optic Neuritisp. 268
Papilledemap. 271
Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension/Pseudotumor Cerebrip. 273
Arteritic Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (Giant Cell Arteritis)p. 274
Nonarteritic Ischemic Optic Neuropathyp. 276
Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathyp. 277
Miscellaneous Optic Neuropathiesp. 278
Nystagmusp. 280
Transient Visual Loss/Amaurosis Fugaxp. 283
Vertebrobasilar Artery Insufficiencyp. 284
Cortical Blindnessp. 285
Nonphysiologic Visual Lossp. 286
Headachep. 287
Migrainep. 289
Cluster Headachep. 291
Retinap. 293
Posterior Vitreous Detachmentp. 293
Retinal Breakp. 294
Retinal Detachmentp. 295
Retinoschisisp. 298
Cotton-Wool Spotp. 300
Central Retinal Artery Occlusionp. 302
Branch Retinal Artery Occlusionp. 303
Central Retinal Vein Occlusionp. 304
Branch Retinal Vein Occlusionp. 307
Hypertensive Retinopathyp. 308
Ocular Ischemic Syndrome/Carotid Occlusive Diseasep. 309
Diabetic Retinopathyp. 310
Vitreous Hemorrhagep. 316
Cystoid Mascular Edemap. 318
Central Serous Chorioretinopathyp. 320
Nonexudative (Dry) Age-Related Mascular Degenerationp. 322
Neovascular or Exudative (Wet) Age-Related Mascular Degenerationp. 324
Idiopathic Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy (Posterior Uveal Bleeding Syndrome)p. 326
Retinal Arterial Macroaneurysmp. 327
Sickle Cell Disease (Including Sickle Cell Anemia, Sickle Trait)p. 328
Valsalva Retinopathyp. 330
High Myopiap. 331
Angioid Streaksp. 332
Ocular Histoplasmosisp. 334
Macular Holep. 336
Epiretinal Membrane (Macular Pucker, Surface-Wrinkling Retinopathy, Cellophane Maculopathy)p. 338
Choroidal Effusion/Detachmentp. 339
Retinitis Pigmentosa and Inherited Chrioretinal Dystrophiesp. 341
Cone Dystrophiesp. 345
Stargardt Disease (Fundus Flavimaculatus)p. 346
Best Disease (Vitelliform Macular Dystrophy)p. 348
Chloroquine/Hydroxychloroquine Toxicityp. 349
Crystalline Retinopathyp. 350
Optic Pitp. 352
Solar Retinopathyp. 353
Choroidal Nervus and Malignant Melanoma of the Choroidp. 354
Uveitisp. 358
Anterior Uveitis (Iritis/Iridocyclitis)p. 358
Intermediate Uveitisp. 364
Posterior Uveitisp. 365
Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA)-B27-Associated Uveitisp. 369
Toxoplasmosisp. 369
Sarcoidosisp. 372
BehÇet Diseasep. 374
Acute Retinal Necrosis (ARN)p. 375
Cytomegalovirus Retinitisp. 377
Noninfectious Retinal Microvasculopathy/HIV Retinopathyp. 380
Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada Syndromep. 380
Syphilisp. 382
Postoperative Endophthalmitisp. 384
Chronic Postoperative Uveitisp. 387
Traumatic Endophthalmitisp. 388
Endogenous Bacterial Endophthalmitisp. 389
Candida Retinitis/Uveitis/Endophthalmitisp. 391
Sympathetic Ophthalmiap. 392
General Ophthalmic Problemsp. 394
Acquired Cataractp. 394
Pregnancyp. 396
Lyme Diseasep. 397
Convergence Insufficiencyp. 398
Accommodative Spasmp. 399
Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (Erythema Multiforme Major)p. 400
Vitamin A Deficiencyp. 402
Albinismp. 403
Wilson Diseasep. 404
Subluxed or Dislocated Crystalline Lensp. 405
Hypotony Syndromep. 407
Blind, Painful Eyep. 409
Phakomatosesp. 410
Imaging Modalities in Ophthalmologyp. 416
Plain Filmsp. 416
Computed Tomographyp. 416
Magnetic Resonance Imagingp. 418
Magnetic Resonance Angiographyp. 420
Magnetic Resonance Venographyp. 421
Cerebral Arteriographyp. 421
Nuclear Medicinep. 422
Ophthalmic Ultrasonographyp. 422
Photographic Studiesp. 424
Intravenous Fluorescein Angiographyp. 425
Indocyanine Green Angiographyp. 426
Optical Coherence Tomographyp. 427
Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopyp. 428
Confocal Biomicroscopyp. 428
Corneal Topography & Tomography Descriptionp. 428
Dacryostographyp. 429
Appendicesp. 430
Dilating Dropsp. 430
Tetanus Prophylaxisp. 431
Cover/Uncover and Alternate Cover Testsp. 431
Amsler Gridp. 432
Seidel Test to Detect a Wound Leakp. 433
Forced-Duction Test and Active Force Generation Testp. 433
Technique for Diagnostic Probing and Irrigation of the Lacrimal Systemp. 435
Corneal Culture Procedurep. 435
Fortified Topical Antibiotics/Antifungalsp. 437
Technique for Retrobulbar/Subtenson/Subconjunctival Injectionsp. 438
Intravitreal Tap and Injectp. 439
Intravitreal Antibioticsp. 440
Anterior Chamber Paracentesisp. 440
Angle Classificationp. 441
Yag Laser Peripheral Iridotomyp. 444
YAG Capsulotomyp. 445
Ophthalmic Acronyms and Abbreviationsp. 446
Indexp. 451
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