eBook Atlas of Optic Nerve Disorders download
by Thomas C. Spoor
Author: Thomas C. Spoor
Publisher: Raven Pr; illustrated edition edition (September 1, 1992)
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Read by Thomas C. Spoor.
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Published by Raven Press.
Part 7 Traumatic optic neuropathies: optic nerve sheath hematoma; direct optic nerve injury; indirect optic nerve injury; mechanism of optic nerve injury; treatment; optic canal decompression. Part 8 Optic neuritis: typical optic neuritis; optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis; optic neuritis in children; optic neuritis in the elderly; atypical optic neuritis; corticosteroid therapy; optic neuritis with secondary retinal venous stasis; neuroretinitis; atypical optic neuritis with a cryptic cause.
The inclusion of basic and advanced topics makes it an ideal study guide and the superb illustrations make it a practical diagnostic tool.
Posterior ischemic optic neuropathy (PION) is a medical condition characterized by damage to the retrobulbar portion of the optic nerve due to inadequate blood flow (ischemia) to the optic nerve. Despite the term posterior, this form of damage to the eye's optic nerve due to poor blood flow also includes cases where the cause of inadequate blood flow to the nerve is anterior, as the condition describes a particular mechanism of visual loss as much as the location of damage in the optic nerve
The book was quite easy to read, with good quality of both fundus photographs and neuroimaging studies. Perhaps the most controversial topics would be the chapters involving pseudotumor cerebri, the treatment of traumatic optic neuropathies, as well as anterior ischemic optic neuropathy.
Atlas of Neuro-ophthalmology.
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We chose to compare histologically and ultrastructurally changes in the optic nerve sheath after optic nerve sheath decompression, initially after a second surgery and after treatment with mitomycin-C.
Atlas of Neuro-ophthalmology. The inclusion of basic and advanced topics makes it an ideal study guide and the superb illustrations make it a practical diagnostic tool.
Thomas C. Spoor is renowned for his pioneering work in oculoplastic, orbital, and neuro-ophthalmic surgery. In his extensive academic and medical career spanning 30 years, he has received special recognition for his dedication to the field of optic nerve surgery as well as his ground-breaking treatments of patients with optic nerve and orbital dysfunction.