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Illustrated Full Color Atlas of the Eye, Eyecare, & Eye Surgery

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Illustrated by Stephen F. Gordon, B.A.                     Edited by Timothy Holekamp, M.D.

Introducing, the Complete Illustrated, Premier Atlas of Modern Ophthalmology. Without question, the most beautiful book in Eye Care ever to be released. Didactic compilation of the best Clinical and Surgical Eye Artworks of World-Renowned Ophthalmic Artist Stephen F. Gordon - over 35 Years of Eye Care History, Breakthroughs, and Innovations to date.

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"This atlas will have something for nearly everyone who wishes to learn about the eye and its physiology, all the way from students learning about the eye, through patients needing to understand their own conditions, to office staff personnel enlarging their knowledge base. I hope that you will find the entire collection useful, and also enjoy the artistic aspects of this book as much as I do."

-Timothy Holekamp, M.D. Columbia Eye Consultants Columbia, MO



Contents

1. The Normal Eye

The Eye – Basic Anatomy & Vision
The Cornea – The Front Window to Your Eye
The Iris – Adjusting the Amount of Light
The Lens – Fine Focusing of Light
The Vitreous Humor – The Body of Clear Gel
The Retina – The Light Absorbing Cells
The Choroid – Nourishing the Retina
The Macula – Our Clearest, Central Vision
The Optic Nerve – Connection to the Brain
The Angle – Maintaining Eye Pressure
Lacrimal System – Cleaning & Lubricating the Eye

2. Refraction & Refractive Errors

Emmetropia – Normal Refraction
Myopia – Nearsightedness
Myopia – Correction Methods
Hyperopia – Farsightedness
Hyperopia – Correction Methods
Astigmatism
Astigmatism – Correction Methods
Accommodation & Presbyopia
Presbyopia – Correction Methods

3. Cataracts & IOL’s

Cataracts – A Clouding of the Lens of the Eye
Intraocular Lens – An Artificial Replacement Lens
Types of Cataracts
Cataract Surgery – Concept
Cataract Surgery – Procedure
Viscoelastic/Air Insertion
Anterior Capsulotomy
Hydrodissection A
Hydrodissection B
Phacoemulsification of Nucleus
Aspiration of Nucleus
Phacoemulsification of Cortex
Irrigation/Aspiration Clean–up
Foldable IOL Implantation
Self–Sealing Incision
Hard Nucleus Extraction
Nuclear Cracking Technique
The Phacoemulsification System
Extracapsular Cataract Extraction
Secondary Cataract
Laser Posterior Capsulotomy
Types of Intraocular Lenses

4. Glaucoma

Glaucoma – The Silent Thief of Sight
Aqueous Flow
Types of Glaucoma
Open Angle Glaucoma
Closed Angle Glaucoma
Chronic Angle Closure Glaucoma
Primary Infantile Glaucoma
Glaucoma Secondary to Uveitis
Optic Nerve Damage
Glaucoma Detection Methods
Perimetry
Applanation Tonometer
Air–Puff Tonometer
Slit Lamp Examination of the Angle
Red–Free Light for Detecting Early Glaucoma
Gonioscopy
Examination of the Optic Nerve
Glaucoma Treatment Approaches
Glaucoma Medications
Laser Iridotomy
Laser Trabeculoplasty
Trabeculectomy
Derivative Filtering Implant
Valve Implant
Optic Disc & Cup – Reference

5. Vitreous & Retina

Floaters, Flashes, Vitreous Detachment
Retinal Detachment
Retinal Breaks
Formation of a Retinal Detachment
Types of Retinal Detachments
The Normal Retina
Type I RD – Quadrantic, Single Tear
Type II RD – Total, Single Tear
Type III RD – Multiple Quadrant, Multiple Breaks
Type IV RD – Total
– Multiple Breaks
Type V RD – Total, Aphakic, Multiple Breaksr Ora
Type VI RD – Multiple Quad, Tear, Macular Hole
Type VII RD – Posterior Pole, Macular Hole
Type VIII RD – Quadrantic, Dialysis
Type IX RD – Multiple Quadrant, Giant Break
Type X RD – Total, No Visible Break
Type XI RD – Outer Layer Break in Retinoschisis
Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy (PVR)
PVR – Grade A
PVR – Grade B
PVR – Grade C–1
PVR – Grade C–2
PVR – Grade C–3
PVR – Grade D–1
PVR – Grade D–2
PVR – Grade D–3
Retinal Detachment Surgery – Concept
Subretinal Fluid Drainage Concept
Scleral Buckle Concept
Laser Treatment of Holes or Tears
Final Configuration – Scleral Buckle
Gas Tamponade
Retinal Detachment Surgery – Procedure
Age–Related Macular Degeneration
Non–exudative or “Dry” Form
“Dry” Form with Choroidal Sclerosis
Exudative “Wet”– Extrafoveal Neovascularization
Exudative “Wet”– Non–foveal Neovascularization
Exudative “Wet”– Subfoveal Neo, Serous Detach
Exudative “Wet”– Large Subfoveal Neo, Serous
Macular Degeneration Treatments
Angiogenesis Inhibitor Injections
Laser Photocoagulation
Diabetic Retinopathy
Non–Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
Panretinal Photocoagulation
Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
Vitreous Hemorrhage & Retinal Detachment
Severe Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
Vitrectomy for Severe Proliferative Retinopathy
Macular Edema
Premacular Fibrosis

6. Cornea & Refractive Surgery

Development of Refractive Surgery
Astigmatic Keratotomy (AK) (LRI)
Radial Keratotomy (RK)
Laser Refractive Surgery Technology
Eye Tracking Technology
Wavefront Scanning Technology
Custom Corneal Shaping
Photo Refractive Keratectomy Procedure (PRK)
Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis Procedure (LASEK)
Laser In–situ Keratomileusis Procedure(LASIK)
Penetrating Keratoplasty – Corneal Transplant
The Corneal Transplant Procedure – Concept
The Corneal Transplant Procedure – Surgical View
Custom Laser Corneal Transplant
DSAEK–Descemet’s Strip Endothelial Keratoplasty
Keratoconus
Refractive Errors Summary – Reference

7. Extraocular Conditions

The Eyelids / Conditions – Chalazion / Blepharitis
Ptosis
Blepharoplasty
The Conjunctiva / Conditions
Conjunctivitis / Pingueculae
Pterygium
Pterygium Surgery
Lacrimal Drainage System / Dry Eye
Corneal Ulcer
Extraocular Muscles / Strabismus
Strabismus – Eye Misalignment
Medial Rectus Recession for Esotropia – Concept
Lateral Rectus Resection for Esotropia – Concept
Medial Rectus Recession Surgery
Orbit / Conditions – Blow–out Fracture, Orbital Floor

8. Eye Anatomy

Human Eye
Extraocular Tissues
Globe – External Anterior
Globe – External Posterior
Cornea
Iris / Ciliary Body / Angle / Trabeculum
Vitreous
Retina
Retina – Posterior Pole
Macula
Optic Disc
Optic Nerve
Ocular Circulation
Choroid – Cross Section & Detail
Choroid – External Lateral View
Choroid – External Superior View
Bony Orbit
External & Bony Orbit
Bony Orbit – Frontal View & Sections
Bony Orbit – Sagittal Section Lateral View OS
Bony Orbit – Oblique View OS
Bony Orbit – Transverse Section Superior View OS
Visual Pathway
Extraocular Muscles
Extraocular Tissue Layers A / B




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