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The Columbia Guide to Basic Elements of Eye Care, 1st ed. 2019 A Manual for the Healthcare Professional

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Casper Daniel S., Cioffi George A.

Couverture de l’ouvrage The Columbia Guide to Basic Elements of Eye Care

This unique resource is a practical, easy-to-use guide for the non-ophthalmologist healthcare provider as they encounter patients with eye complaints and other concerning ophthalmic conditions. The Columbia Guide to Basic Elements of Eye Care is specifically designed with the non-ophthalmologist in mind, and provides a foundation of basic eye anatomy and physiology, functional analysis, pathology, and concepts in eye care.

Each chapter delivers an accessible summary of various ophthalmic diseases and conditions, all of which are frequently encountered in everyday practice. These chapters provide in-depth discussions on a wide range of topics, from testing and examination procedures to management protocols, referral guidelines and expected frequency of follow-up for each disorder. Complete with hundreds of high-quality, descriptive illustrations and clinical photographs, The Columbia Guide to Basic Elements of Eye Care presents clear, understandable explanations of basic eye anatomy, physiology, disease and treatment for non-ophthalmic practitioners and students. In doing so, this guide provides a framework for determining the normal versus the abnormal, helping the reader recognize which patients require referral, and identify which conditions are developing, require urgent treatment, or can be routinely followed. Non-ophthalmologist healthcare providers and students alike will find this book, written by leaders in the field, a practical resource to consult as they encounter patients with treatable but potentially sight-threatening conditions.


Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Contributors

I. Introduction

1. Orbital and Ocular Anatomy

Daniel S. Casper and Janet Sparrow

2. Adult Eye Examination Techniques

Quan V. Hoang

3. The Pediatric Eye Examination

Lauren Yeager

4. Sudden Vision Loss

Jason Horowitz

5. Floaters and Flashes

Jason Horowitz

6. Ocular Emergencies

Royce W. S. Chen and George A. Cioffi

7. The Refractive State of the Human Eye

Karina A. Conlin and Stephen L. Trokel

II. Anterior Segment

8. The Red Eye

Danielle Trief

9. Blepharitis and Conjunctivitis

James Auran and Daniel Casper

10. Dry Eye Syndrome

Danielle Trief

11. Cataract

Leejee H. Suh and Steven A. Kane

12. Corneal Trauma, Infection, and Opacities

Jonathan Fay and Leejee Suh

13. Corneal Dystrophies

Joaquin De Rojas and George Florakis

14. Cornea Transplantation

Jonathan Fay and George Florakis

III. Glaucoma

15. Glaucomatous Optic Neuropathy

George A. Cioffi

16. Classification of the Glaucomas

Carlos Gustavo De Moraes, Jeffrey Liebmann, and George A. Cioffi

17. Pediatric Glaucoma

Steven A. Kane

18. Visual Fields and Imaging in Glaucoma

Carlos Gustavo De Moraes

19. Medical Treatment of Glaucoma

Gene Kim and Dana Blumberg

20. Glaucoma: Surgical Therapies

Emre Göktas and Lama A. Al-Aswad

IV. Posterior Segment and Retina

21. Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Victoria North and Srilaxmi Bearelly

22. Diabetic Eye Disease

Daniel S. Casper and Jonathan S. Chang

23. Other Retinal Vascular Diseases

Ahmet M. Hondur and Tongalp H. Tezel

24. Retinal Detachment

Hermann Schubert

25. Posterior Segment Trauma

Jonathan S. Chang

26. Inherited Retinal Dystrophies

Gregory Stein, Tarun Sharma, Thiago Cabral, Stephen Tsang, and Wendy Chung

V. Uveitis

27. Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Inflammatory Disease

Michael Jay Weiss and Albert J. Hofeldt

28. Infectious and Inflammatory Chorioretinopathies

Royce W. S. Chen

VI. Oculoplastics and Orbit

29. Thyroid Eye Disease

Ashley A. Campbell and Michael Kazim

30. Eyelid Lesions

Bryan J. Winn and Christine Zemsky

31. Eyelid and Eyelash Malpositions

Lora Glass

32. Orbital Infections

Michelle M. Maeng and Bryan Winn

33. Orbital Tumors

Kristen E. Dunbar and Michael Kazim

34. Orbital Trauma

Peter Michalos

35. Headache

Nailyn Rasool

VII. Neuro-Ophthalmology

36. Optic Neuropathy

Larissa K. Ghadiali and Jeffrey G. Odel

37. Diplopia

Linus D. Sun

38. The Neurology of Vision

Linus Sun

VIII. Pediatrics and Strabismus

39. Amblyopia

Pamela F. Gallin Yablon

40. Strabismus

Steven Brooks

IX. Ocular Tumors41. Intraocular Tumors

Brian Marr

42. Retinoblastoma

Ariana M. Levin, Jasmine H. Francis, and David H. Abramson

X. Appendices

Appendix I. A Brief Overview of Present and Future Technologies in Ophthalmic Diagnosis and Treatment

Daniel S. Casper, Lama A. Al-Aswad, Srilaxmi Bearelly, Steven Brooks, Jonathan S. Chang, Royce W. S. Chen, D. Jackson Coleman, Irene Maumenee, Tarun Sharma, Ronald Silverman, Stephen L. Trokel, Stephen P. Walters, and Bryan J. Winn

Appendix 2. Common Ophthalmic Surgeries

Daniel Casper and  James Auran

Appendix 3. Decipering the Eye Exam

Daniel S. Casper

Appendix 4. Standard Topical Eyedrop Bottle Cap Colors

Daniel S. Casper

Appendix 5. Terminology

Daniel Casper and James Auran

Index

 

 

Daniel S. Casper, MD, PhD

Professor of Ophthalmology

Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons

Director of Ophthalmology

Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center

Columbia University

New York, NY, USA

George A. Cioffi, MD

Jean and Richard Deems Professor of Ophthalmology and the Edward S. Harkness Professor of Ophthalmology

Chair, Department of Ophthalmology

Columbia University Medical Center

New York, NY, USA 

Provides the healthcare physician with an accessible summary of ophthalmic disease and problems, which are frequently seen in everyday practice

Chapters include descriptions of testing and examination procedures unique to ophthalmology, succinct tables and charts within each section, and a summary of the most common ocular diseases and management protocols, including referral guidelines and expected frequency of follow-up for each disorder

Includes high-quality illustrations

Presents a clear, understandable explanation of basic eye anatomy, physiology, disease and treatment for those non-ophthalmic practitioners or students seeking have facility in this area

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