9780323014038

Ocular Pathology

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    9780323014038

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    0323014038

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-05-21
  • Publisher: Mosby

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Summary

The new, 5th Edition of the premier ocular pathology resource offers the latest information in the field. Over 2095 illustrations *1800 in full color* from the authors' collections represent one of the finest compilations of rare and unusual ocular conditions available. Comprehensive, yet concise, it explores new topics such as complications of corneal surgery, vascular disorders, secondary cataracts, bone-marrow transplant retinopathy, neural retinal detachment, ocular melanotic tumors, and more. Plus, a companion CD-ROM is available packaged with the book.

Table of Contents

Basic Principles of Pathology
1(28)
Inflammation
1(13)
Definition
1(1)
Causes
1(1)
Phases of Inflammation
1(12)
Staining Patterns of Inflammation
13(1)
Immunobiology
14(8)
Background
14(5)
Cellular Immunity (Delayed Hypersensitivity)
19(1)
Humoral Immunoglobulin (Antibody)
20(1)
Immunohistochemistry
20(2)
Immunodeficiency Diseases
22(1)
Transplantation Terminology
22(1)
Cellular and Tissues Reactions
22(7)
Hypertrophy
22(1)
Hyperplasia
22(1)
Aplasia
23(1)
Hypoplasia
23(1)
Metaplasia
23(1)
Atrophy
23(1)
Dysplasia
23(1)
Neoplasia
23(1)
Degeneration and Dystrophy
23(1)
Necrosis
24(1)
Apoptosis
24(1)
Calcification
25(1)
Autolysis and Putrefaction
25(1)
Pigmentation
25(1)
Growth and Aging
25(4)
Congenital Anomalies
29(30)
Phakomatoses (Disseminated Hereditary Hamartomas)
29(8)
General Information
29(1)
Angiomatosis Retinae (von Hippel's Disease)
29(1)
Meningocutaneous Angiomatosis (Encephalotrigeminal Angiomatosis; Sturge-Weber Syndrome)
30(2)
Neurofibromatosis
32(3)
Tuberous Sclerosis (Bourneville's Disease; Pringle's Disease)
35(2)
Other Phakomatoses
37(1)
Chromosomal Aberrations
37(6)
Trisomy 8
37(1)
Trisomy 13 (47,13+; Patau's Syndrome)
37(2)
Trisomy 18 (47,18+; Edwards' Syndrome)
39(1)
Trisomy 21 (47,21 +; Down's Syndrome; Mongolism)
39(1)
Triploidy
40(1)
Chromosome 4 Deletion Defect
40(1)
Chromosome 5 Deletion Defect (46, 5p ; Cri du Chat Syndrome)
40(1)
Chromosome 11 Deletion Defect
41(1)
Chromosome 13 Deletion Defect
41(1)
Chromosome 17 Deletion (17p11.2; Smith-Magenis Syndrome)
41(1)
Chromosome 18 Deletion Defect (46,18p-; 46,18q-; or 46,18r; Partial 18 Monosomy)
41(1)
Chromosome 47 Deletion Defect
41(1)
Mosaicism
41(2)
Infectious Embryopathy
43(2)
Congenital Rubella Syndrome (Gregg's Syndrome)
43(1)
Cycomegalic Inclusion Disease
44(1)
Congenital Syphilis
44(1)
Toxoplasmosis
44(1)
Drug Embryopathy
45(2)
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)
45(1)
Thalidomide
45(1)
Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)
45(2)
Other Congenital Anomalies
47(12)
Cyclopia and Synophthalmos
47(1)
Anencephaly
48(1)
Anophthalmos
48(1)
Microphchalmos
49(1)
Walker-Warburg Syndrome
49(1)
Oculocerebrorenal Syndrome of Miller
49(2)
Subacute Necrotizing Encephalomyelopathy (Leigh's Disease)
51(1)
Meckel's Syndrome (Dysencephalia Splanchnocystica; Gruber's Syndrome)
51(1)
Pooter's Syndrome
51(1)
Menkes' Kinky Hair Disease
51(1)
Aicardi's Disease
52(1)
Dwarfism
52(1)
Other Syndromes
53(6)
Nongranulomatous Inflammation: Uveitis, Endophthalmitis, Panophthalmitis, and Sequelae
59(16)
Definition
59(1)
Classification
59(2)
Terminology
59(1)
Sources of Inflammation
59(2)
Suppurative Endophthalmitis and Panophthalmitis
61(2)
Clinical Features
61(1)
Classification
61(1)
Histology
61(1)
Examples
61(2)
Nonsuppurative, Chronic Nongranulomatous Uveitis and Endophthalmitis
63(6)
Clinical Features
63(1)
Classification
63(1)
Examples
64(5)
Sequelae Of Uveitis, endophthalmitis, and Panophthalmitis
69(3)
Cornea
69(1)
Anterior Chamber
70(1)
Iris
70(1)
Lens
70(1)
Ciliary Body
70(1)
Vitreous Compartment
71(1)
Choroid
72(1)
Retina
72(1)
Glaucoma
72(1)
End Stage of Diffuse Ocular Disease
72(3)
Granulomatous Inflammation
75(34)
Introduction
75(1)
Post-Traumatic
75(4)
Sympathetic Uveitis (Sympathetic Ophthalmia, Sympathetic Ophthalmitis)
75(3)
Phacoanaphylactic (Phacoimmune) Endophthalmitis
78(1)
Foreign Body Granulomas
78(1)
Nontraumatic Infections
79(17)
Viral
79(3)
Bacterial
82(6)
Fungal
88(3)
Parasitic
91(5)
Nontraumatic Noninfection
96(13)
Sarcoidosis
96(3)
Granulomatous Scleritis
99(1)
Chalazion
99(1)
Xanthogranulomas (Juvenile Xanthogranuloma and Langerhans' Granulomatoses; Histiocytosis X)
99(1)
Granulomatous Reaction to Descemet's Membrane
99(1)
Chediak-Higashi Syndrome
99(1)
Allergic Granulomatosis and Midline Lethal Granuloma Syndrome
100(1)
Weber-Christian Disease (Relapsing Febrile Nodular Nonsuppurative Panniculitis)
100(1)
Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada Syndrome (Uveomeningoencephalitic Syndrome)
100(1)
Familial Chronic Granulomatous Disease of Childhood
101(8)
Surgical and Nonsurgical Trauma
109(56)
Causes of Enucleation
109(1)
Complications of Intraocular Surgery
109(18)
Immediate
109(3)
Postoperative
112(5)
Delayed
117(10)
Complications of Neural Retinal Detachment and Vitreous Surgery
127(5)
Immediate
127(1)
Postoperative
128(2)
Delayed
130(2)
Complications of Corneal Surgery
132(3)
Penetrating Keratoplasty (Graft)
132(2)
Other Refractive Keratoplasties
134(1)
Complications of Nonsurgical Trauma
135(30)
Contusion
135(12)
Penetrating and Perforating Injuries
147(3)
Intraocular Foreign Bodies
150(1)
Chemical Injuries
151(3)
Burns
154(1)
Ocular Effects of Injuries to Other Parts of the Body
154(3)
Radiational Injuries (Electromagnetic)
157(8)
Skin and Lacrimal Drainage System
165(50)
Skin
165(1)
Normal Anatomy
165(1)
Epidermis
165(1)
Dermis
165(1)
Subcutaneous Tissue
165(1)
Terminology
165(3)
Orthokeratosis and Parakeratosis
165(1)
Acanthosis
165(1)
Dyskeratosis
165(1)
Acantholysis
166(1)
Bulla
166(1)
Atrophy
167(1)
Atypical Cell
167(1)
Leukoplakia
168(1)
Polarity
168(1)
Congenital Abnormalities
168(3)
Dermoid and Epidermoid Cysts
168(1)
Phakomatous Choristoma
168(1)
Cryptophthalmos (Ablepharon)
168(1)
Microblepharon
169(1)
Coloboma
169(1)
Epicanthus
169(1)
Ectopic Caruncle
169(1)
Lid Margin Anomalies
169(1)
Eyelash Anomalies
170(1)
Ptosis
170(1)
Ichthyosis Congenita
170(1)
Xeroderma Pigmentosum
170(1)
Aging
171(1)
Atrophy
171(1)
Senile Ectropion and Entropion
172(1)
Dermatochalasis
172(1)
Herniation of Orbital Fat
172(1)
Inflammation
172(6)
Terminology
172(3)
Viral Diseases
175(2)
Bacterial Diseases
177(1)
Fungal and Parasitic Diseases
177(1)
Lid Manifestations of Systemic Dermatoses or Disease
178(9)
Ichthyosis Congenita
178(1)
Xeroderma Pigmentosum
178(1)
Pemphigus
178(1)
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (``India-Rubber Man'')
178(1)
Cutis Laxa
179(1)
Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum
179(1)
Erythema Multiforme
179(1)
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
180(1)
Epidermolysis Bullosa
181(1)
Contact Dermatitis
181(1)
Collagen Diseases
182(1)
Granulomatous Vasculitis
183(1)
Xanthelasma
184(1)
Necrobiotic Xanthogranuloma
185(1)
Juvenile Xanthogranuloma
185(1)
Amyloidosis
185(1)
Malignant Atrophic Papulosis (Degos' Disease)
185(1)
Calcinosis Cutis
185(1)
Lipoid Proteinosis
185(1)
Idiopathic Hemochromatosis
186(1)
Relapsing Febrile Nodular Nonsuppurative Panniculitis (Weber-Christian Disease)
186(1)
Cysts, Pseudoneoplasms, and Neoplasms
187(20)
Benign Cystic Lesions
187(1)
Benign Tumors of the Surface Epithelium
188(6)
Precancerous Tumors of the Surface Epithelium
194(1)
Cancerous Tumors of the Surface Epithelium
195(4)
Tumors of the Epidermal Appendages (Adnexal Skin Structures)
199(7)
Merkel Cell Carcinoma (Neuroendocrine Carcinoma, Trabecular Carcinoma)
206(1)
Malacoplakia
206(1)
Pigmented Tumors
206(1)
Mesenchymal Tumors
207(1)
Metastatic Tumors
207(1)
Lacrimal Drainage System
207(1)
Normal Anatomy
207(2)
Congenital Abnormalities
209(1)
Atresia of the Nasolacrimal Duct
209(1)
Atresia of the Punctum
209(1)
Congenital Fistula of Lacrimal Sac (Minimal Facial Fissure)
209(1)
Inflammation---Dacryocystitis
209(1)
Blockage of Tear Flow into the Nose
209(1)
Tumors
209(6)
Epithelial
209(1)
Melanotic
209(1)
Mesenchymal
209(6)
Conjunctiva
215(26)
Normal Anatomy
215(1)
Congenital Anomalies
215(1)
Cryptophthalmos (Ablepharon)
215(1)
Epitarsus
215(1)
Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (Rendu-Osler-Weber Disease)
215(1)
Ataxia Telangiectasia (Louis-Bar Syndrome)
216(1)
Congenital Conjunctival Lymphedema (Milroy's Disease, Nonne-Milroy-Miege Disease)
216(1)
Dermoids, Epidermoids, and Dermolipomas
216(1)
Vascular Disorders
216(1)
Sickle Cell Anemia
216(1)
Conjunctival Hemorrhage (Subconjunctival Hemorrhage)
217(1)
Lymphangiectasia
217(1)
Lymphangiectasia Hemorrhagica Conjunctivae
217(1)
Ataxia-Telangiectasia
217(1)
Diabetes Mellitus
217(1)
Hemangioma and Lymphangioma
217(1)
Inflammation
217(7)
Basic Histologic Changes
217(4)
Specific Inflammations
221(3)
Injuries
224(1)
Conjunctival Manifestations of Systemic Disease
224(2)
Deposition of Metabolic Products
224(1)
Deposition of Drug Derivatives
225(1)
Vitamin A Deficiency and Bitot's Spot
225(1)
Sjogren's Syndrome
225(1)
Skin Diseases
226(1)
Degenerations
226(3)
Xerosis
226(1)
Pterygium
226(1)
Pinguecula
226(1)
Lipid Deposits
226(1)
Amyloidosis
227(2)
Cysts, Pseudoneoplasms, and Neoplasms
229(12)
Choristomas
229(1)
Hamartomas
230(1)
Cysts
230(1)
Pseudocancerous Lesions
230(3)
Potentially Precancerous Epithelial Lesions
233(1)
Cancerous Epithelial Lesions
233(2)
Pigmented Lesions of the Conjunctiva
235(1)
Stromal Neoplasms
235(6)
Cornea and Sclera
241(70)
Cornea
24l(241)
Normal Anatomy
241(1)
Congenital Defects
242(8)
Absence of Cornea
242(1)
Abnormalities of Size
242(1)
Aberrations of Curvature
243(1)
Congenital Corneal Opacities
243(1)
Clinicopathologic Types-General
244(1)
Clinicopathologic Types-Specific
245(5)
Inflammations---Nonuclerative
250(3)
Epithelial Erosions and Keratitis
250(1)
Subepithelial Keratitis
250(1)
Superior Limbic Keratoconjunctivitis
250(1)
Stromal (Interstitial) Keratitis
251(2)
Inflammations---Ulcerative?
253(5)
Peripheral
253(2)
Central
255(3)
Inflammations-Corneal Sequelae
258(1)
Injuries
258(1)
Degenerations
258(11)
Epithelial
258(3)
Stromal
261(8)
Dystrophies
269(22)
Epithelial
269(4)
Subepithelial and Bowman's Membrane (Anterior Limiting Membrane or Layer)
273(1)
Stromal
274(13)
Endothelial
287(4)
Pigmentations
291(4)
Melanin
291(1)
Blood
292(1)
Iron Lines
292(1)
Kayser-Fleischer Ring
293(1)
Tattoo
293(1)
Drug Induced
293(2)
Crystals
295(1)
Sclera
295(1)
Congenital Anomalies
295(1)
Blue Sclera
295(1)
Ochronosis (Alkaptonuria)
296(1)
Inflammations
296(3)
Episcleritis
296(1)
Scleritis
297(2)
Tumors
299(12)
Fibromas
299(1)
Nodular Fasciitis
299(1)
Hemangiomas
299(1)
Neurofibromas
299(1)
Contiguous Tumors
299(1)
Episcleral Osseous Choristoma and Episcleral Osseocartilaginous Choristoma
300(1)
Ectopic Lacrimal Gland
300(11)
Uvea
311(28)
Normal Anatomy
311(1)
Congenital and Developmental Defects
311(3)
Persistent Pupillary Membrane
311(1)
Persistent Tunica Vasculosa Lentis
312(1)
Heterochromia Iridis and Iridum
312(1)
Hematopoiesis
312(2)
Ectopic Intraocular Lacrimal Gland Tissue
314(1)
Congenital and Developmental Defects of the Pigment Epithelium
314(5)
Hypoplasia of the Iris
314(1)
Ectropion Uveae (Hyperplasia of Iris Pigment Border or Seam)
314(2)
Peripheral Dysgenesis of the Cornea and Iris
316(1)
Coloboma
316(1)
Cysts of the Iris and Anterior Ciliary Body (Pars Plicata)
317(2)
Cysts of the Posterior Ciliary Body (Pars Plana)
319(1)
Inflammations
319(1)
Injuries
319(1)
Systemic Diseases
319(3)
Diabetes Mellitus
319(1)
Vascular Diseases
320(1)
Cystinosis
320(1)
Homorystinuria
320(1)
Amyloidosis
320(1)
Juvenile Xanthogranuloma (Nevoxanthoendothelioma)
321(1)
Langerhans' Granulomatoses (Histiocytosis X)
322(1)
Collagen Diseases
322(1)
Mucopolysaccharidoses
322(1)
Atrophies and Degenerations
322(2)
Iris Neovascularization (Rubeosis Iridis)
322(2)
Choroidal Folds
324(1)
Heterochromia
324(1)
Macular Degeneration
324(1)
Dystrophies
324(3)
Iris Nevus Syndrome
324(1)
Chandler's Syndrome
324(1)
Essential Iris Atrophy
324(1)
Iridoschisis
324(1)
Choroidal Dystrophies
324(3)
Tumors
327(6)
Epithelial
327(1)
Muscular
328(1)
Vascular
328(1)
Osseous
329(2)
Melanomatous
331(1)
Leukemic and Lymphomatous
331(2)
Other Tumors
333(1)
Secondary Neoplasms
333(1)
Uveal Edema (Uveal, Detachment: Uveal Hydrops)
333(6)
Types
333(6)
Lens
339(32)
Normal Anatomy
339(1)
General Information
339(1)
Congenital Anomalies
339(4)
Introduction
339(1)
Mittendof's Dot
340(1)
Congenital Aphakia
340(1)
Congenital Duplication of Lens
340(1)
Fleck Cataract
341(1)
Anterior Polar Cataract
341(1)
Posterior Polar Cataract
341(1)
Anterior Lenticonus (Lentiglobus)
341(1)
Posterior Lenticonus (Lentiglobus)
341(1)
Other Congenital Cataracts
342(1)
Capsule (Epithelial Basement Membrane)
343(7)
General Reactions
343(3)
Exfoliation of the Lens Capsule
346(1)
Pseudoexfoliation Syndrome (Pseudoexfoliation of Lens Capsule, Exfoliation Syndrome, Basement Membrane Exfoliation Syndrome, Fibrillopathia Epitheliocapsularis)
346(4)
Epithelium
350(5)
Proliferation and Migration of Epithelium
350(3)
Degeneration and Atrophy of the Epithelium
353(2)
Cortex and Nucleus (Lens Cells Or ``Fibers'')
355(4)
Cortex (``Soft Cataract'')
355(3)
Nucleus (``Hard Cataract'')
358(1)
Age-Related (Senile) Cataracts
359(1)
Secondary Cataracts
359(1)
Intraocular Disease
359(1)
Trauma
359(1)
Toxic
359(1)
Endocrine, Metabolic, and Others
360(1)
Complications of Cataracts
360(2)
Glaucoma
360(2)
Phacoanaphylactic Endophthalmitis
362(1)
Ectopic Lens
362(9)
Congenital
362(9)
Neural (Sensory) Retina
371(92)
Normal Anatomy
371(2)
Congenital Anomalies
373(6)
Albinism
373(2)
Grouped Pigmentation (Bear Tracks)
375(1)
Coloboma
376(1)
Retinal Dysplasia
376(1)
Lange's Fold
376(1)
Congenital Nonattachment of the Retina
376(1)
Neural Retinal Cysts
377(1)
Myelinated (Medullated) Nerve Fibers
377(1)
Oguchi's Disease
377(1)
Foveomacular Abnormalities
377(1)
Leber's Congenital Amaurosis
377(2)
Inherited Retinal Arteriolar Tortuosity
379(1)
Vascular Diseases
379(15)
Definitions
379(1)
Retinal Ischemia
379(5)
Retinal Hemorrhagic Infarction
384(4)
Hypertensive and Arteriolarsclerotic Retinopathy
388(2)
Hemorrhagic Retinopathy
390(1)
Exudative Retinopathy
390(1)
Diabetes Mellitus
390(1)
Coats' Disease, Leber's Miliary Aneurysms, and Retinal Telangiectasia
390(1)
Retinal Arterial and Arteriolar Macroaneurysms
390(1)
Sickle-Cell Disease
391(2)
Eale's Disease (Primary Perivasculitis of the Retina)
393(1)
Retinopathy of Prematurity
393(1)
Hemangioma of the Retina
393(1)
Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (Rendu-Osler-Weber Disease)
393(1)
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
393(1)
Inflammations
394(3)
Nonspecific Retinal Inflammations
394(1)
Specific Retinal Inflammations
394(3)
Injuries
397(1)
Degenerations
397(19)
Definitions
397(1)
Microcystoid Degeneration
397(2)
Degenerative Retinoschisis
399(2)
Secondary Retinoschisis
401(1)
Paving Stone (Cobblestone) Degeneration (Peripheral Chorioretinal Atrophy; Equatorial Choroiditis)
401(1)
Peripheral Retinal Albinotic Spots
402(1)
Myopic Retinopathy
402(1)
Macular Degeneration
402(11)
Toxic Retinal Degenerations
413(2)
Postirradiation Retinopathy
415(1)
Bone Marrow Transplant Retinopathy
415(1)
Cancer-Associated Retinopathy (Paraneoplastic Syndrome; Paraneoplastic Retinopathy; Paraneoplastic Photoreceptor Retinopathy; Melanoma-Associated Retinopathy)
416
Idiopathic Macular Holes
415(1)
Light Energy Retinopathy
416(1)
Traumatic Retinopathy
416(1)
Hereditary Primary Retinal Dystrophies
416(13)
Definitions
416(1)
Juvenile Retinoschisis (Vitreous Veils; Congenital Vascular Veils; Cystic Disease of the Retina; Congenital Retinal Detachment)
416(3)
Choroidal Dystrophies
419(1)
Stargardt's Disease (Fundus Flavimaculatus)
419(2)
Dominant Drusen of Bruch's Membrane
421(1)
Best's Disease
421(1)
Dominant Progressive Foveal Dystrophy
422(1)
Dominant Cystoid Macular Dystrophy
422(1)
Fenestrated Sheen Macular Dystrophy
422(1)
North Carolina Macular Dystrophy
423(1)
Familial Internal Limiting Membrane Dystrophy
423(1)
Central Pigmentary Sheen Dystrophy
423(1)
Cone-Rod Dystrophy
423(1)
Annular Macular Dystrophy (Benign Concentric Annular Macular Dystrophy)
423(1)
Retinitis Punctata Albescens (Albipunctate Dystrophy; Fundus Albipunctatus; Panretinal Degeneration)
423(1)
Central Retinitis Pigmentosa (Central Retinopathia Pigmentosa; Retinopathia Pigmentosa Inversa; Retinitis Pigmentosa Inversa; Pericentral Pigmentary Retinopathy)
424(1)
Retinitis Pigmentosa (Retinopathia Pigmentosa; Pigmentary Degeneration of the Retina)
424(2)
Clumped Pigmentary Retinal Dystrophy (Clumped Pigmentary Retinal Degeneration)
426(1)
Hereditary Pigmented Paravenous Chorioretinal Atrophy
426(1)
Pigment Epithelial Dystrophy
426(1)
Central Areolar Pigment Epithelial Dystrophy
426(1)
Patterned Dystrophies of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium (Reticular Dystrophy or Sjogren Dystrophia Reticularis Laminae Pigmentosae Retinae; Butterfly-Shaped Pigment Dystrophy of the Fovea; Macroreticular or Spider Dystrophy)
426(2)
Bietti's Crystalline Dystrophy (Bietti's Tapetoretinal Degeneration with Marginal Corneal Dystrophy, Crystalline Retinopathy)
428(1)
Pseudoinflammatory Macular Dystrophy (Sorsby's Pseudoinflammatory Macular Dystrophy; Hereditary Macular Dystrophy)
429(1)
Hereditary Secondary Retinal, Dystrophies
429(8)
Angioid Streaks
429(1)
Sjogren-Larsson Syndrome
429(1)
Mucopolysaccharidoses
430(1)
Mucolipidoscs
430(1)
Sphingolipidoses
431(3)
Other Lipidoses
434(1)
Disorders of Carbohydrate Metabolism
434(1)
Primary Oxalosis
434(1)
Osteopetrosis
435(1)
Homorystinuria
436(1)
Systemic Diseases Involving the Retina
437(2)
Hereditary Secondary Retinal Dystrophies
437(1)
Diabetes Mellitus
437(1)
Hypertension and Arteriolosclerosis
437(1)
Collagen Diseases
437(1)
Blood Dyscrasias
437(1)
Demyelinating Diseases
437(2)
Tumors
439(2)
Glia
439(2)
Phakomatoses
441(1)
Retinal Pigment Epithelium
441(1)
Retinoblastoma and Pseudogliomas
441(1)
Neural Retinal Metastases
441(1)
Neural Retinal Detachment
441(22)
Definitions
441(2)
Major Causes
443(1)
Classification of Neural Retinal Detachment
443(1)
Predisposing Factors to Neural Retinal Detachment
444(3)
Pathologic Changes After Neural Retinal Detachment
447(2)
Pathologic Complications after Retinal Detachment Surgery
449(14)
Vitreous
463(16)
Normal Anatomy
463(1)
Congenital Anomalies
463(3)
Persistent Primary Vitreous
463(2)
Persistent Hyperplastic Primary Vitreous (Persistent Fetal Vasculature)
465(1)
Inflammation
466(1)
Acute
466(1)
Chronic
466(1)
Vitreous Adhesions
466(1)
Post Nonsurgical and Surgical Trauma
466(1)
Postinflammation
466(1)
Idiopathic
466(1)
Vitreous Opacities
466(7)
Hyaloid Vessel Remnants
466(1)
Acquired Vitreous Strands and Floaters
466(1)
Inflammatory Cells
466(1)
Red Blood Cells
467(1)
Iridescent Particles
467(2)
Tumor Cells
469(1)
Pigment Dust
469(1)
Cysts
469(1)
Retinal Fragments
469(1)
Traumatic Avulsion of Vitreous Base
469(1)
Vitreous Detachment
469(1)
Ptoteinaceous Deposits
470(1)
Amyloid
470(2)
Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy
472(1)
Autosomal Dominant Vitreoretinochoroidopathy (Peripheral Annular Pigmentary Dystrophy of the Retina)
473(1)
Autosomal Dominant Neovascular Inflammatory Vitreoretinopathy
473(1)
Erosive Vitreoretinopathy
473(1)
Vitreous Hemorrhage
473(6)
Definitions
473(1)
Causes
474(1)
Complications
474(5)
Optic Nerve
479(32)
Normal Anatomy
479(2)
Congenital Defects and Anatomic Variations
481(7)
Aplasia
481(1)
Hypoplasia
481(1)
Dysplasia
481(1)
Anomalous Shape of Optic Disc and Cup
481(2)
Congenital Crescent or Conus
483(1)
Congenital (Familial) Optic Atrophies
483(2)
Coloboma
485(2)
Myopia
487(1)
Optic Disc Edema
488(1)
General Information
488(1)
Causes
488(1)
Pseudopapilledema
489(1)
Histology of Optic Disc Edema
489(1)
Optic Neuritis
489(5)
Causes
489(5)
Histology of Optic Neuritis
494(1)
Optic Atrophy
494(3)
Causes
494(3)
Histology of Optic Atrophy
497(1)
Injuries
497(1)
Tumors
498(13)
Primary
498(7)
Secondary
505(6)
Orbit
511(66)
Normal Anatomy
511(1)
Exophthalmos
511(3)
Developmental Abnormalities
514(1)
Developmental Abnormalities of Bony Orbit
514(1)
Microphthalmos with Cyst
514(1)
Cephaloceles
514(1)
Congenital Alacrima
515(1)
Orbital Inflammation
515(2)
Acute
515(1)
Chronic
516(1)
Injuries
517(1)
Penetrating Wounds
517(1)
Nonpenetrating Wounds
517(1)
Vascular Disease
518(1)
Primary
518(1)
Part of Systemic Disease
518(1)
Ocular Muscle Involvement in Systemic Disease
518(4)
Graves' Disease
518(2)
Myasthenia Gravis
520(1)
Mytonic Dystrophy (Myotonia Dystrophica; Steinert's Disease)
520(1)
Myotonia Congenita (Thomsen's Disease)
520(1)
Mitochondrial Myopathies
520(2)
Dermatomyositis
522(1)
Neoplasms and Other Tumors
522(55)
Primary Orbital Tumors
522(42)
Secondary Orbital Tumors
564(13)
Diabetes Mellitus
577(24)
Natural History
577(1)
Retinal Vasculature in Normal Subjects and Diabetic Patients
578(1)
Conjunctiva and Cornea
578(1)
Lens
578(1)
Iris
579(4)
Ciliary Body and Choroid
583(1)
Neurosensory Retina
583(13)
Vitreous
596(1)
Optic Nerve
597(4)
Glaucoma
601(38)
Normal Anatomy
601(2)
Introduction
603(1)
Normal Outflow
604(1)
Hypersecretion
604(1)
Impaired Outflow
604(22)
Congenital Glaucoma
604(2)
Primary Glaucoma (Closed- and Open-Angle)
606(6)
Secondary Closed-Angle Glaucoma
612(6)
Secondary Open-Angle Glaucoma
618(8)
Tissue Changes Caused by Elevated Intraocular Pressure
626(13)
Cornea
626(2)
Anterior Chamber Angle
628(1)
Iris
628(1)
Ciliary Body
629(1)
Lens
629(1)
Sclera
629(1)
Neural Retina
629(2)
Optic Nerve
631(8)
Ocular Melanotic Tumors
639(62)
Normal Anatomy
639(1)
Ocular Melanocytes
639(1)
Melanotic Tumors of Eyelids
639(8)
Ephelis (Freckle)
639(1)
Lentigo
639(2)
Nevus
641(3)
Malignant Melanoma
644(3)
Melanotic Tumors of Conjunctiva
647(9)
Ephelis (Freckle)
647(1)
Lentigo
648(1)
Nevus
648(3)
Primary Acquired Melanosis
651(3)
Malignant Melanoma
654(1)
Lesions That May Simulate Primary Conjunctival Nevus or Malignant Melanoma
655(1)
Melanotic Tumors of Pigment Epithelium Of Iris, Ciliary Body, and Retina
656(8)
Reactive Tumors
656(4)
Nonreactive Tumors
660(3)
Acquired Neoplasms
663(1)
Melanotic Tumors of the Uvea
664(26)
Iris
664(3)
Ciliary Body and Choroid
667(23)
Melanotic Tumors of The Optic Disc and Optic Nerve
690(1)
Melanocytoma (Magnocellular Nevus of the Nerve Head)
690(1)
Malignant Melanoma
691(1)
Melanotic Tumors of the Orbit
691(10)
Retinoblastoma and Pseudoglioma
701(26)
Retinoblastoma
701(12)
General Information
701(1)
Heredity
702(1)
Clinical Features
703(1)
Histology
704(5)
Prognosis
709(4)
Pseudoglioma
713(14)
General Information
713(1)
Leukokoria
713(9)
Discrete Retinal or Chorioretinal Lesions
722(5)
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