This atlas covers topics on usual and rare traumatic conditions of the retina and its related intraocular tissues (choroidal rupture, commotio retinae, intraocular foreign body). Additional diseases that are covered in the atlas are intraocular tumors and congenital conditions such as myelinated retinal nerve fibers. The atlas format offers several high-quality figures using various modalities to help the reader understand the diseases. The objective text reviews basic management principles in a very reader-friendly style.
Trauma in Retina is one of the nine volumes of the series Retina Atlas. This series provides global perspective on vitreoretinal diseases, covering imaging basics, retinal vascular disease, ocular inflammatory disease, retinal degeneration, surgical retina, macular disorders, ocular oncology, pediatric retina and trauma. Retina Atlas is spread over 9 volumes and about 100 chapters, covering validated and comprehensive information on retinal disorders.
Posterior segment trauma and choroidal folds.- Choroidal rupture.- Commotio retinae.- Valsalva retinopathy.- Purtscher's retinopathy.- Subhyaloid hemorrhage, traumatic macular hole and electric burn.- Retained intraocular foreign body.- Traumatic optic pit maculopathy.- Optic nerve avulsion and hemorrhagic choroidal detachment.- Congenital optic disc pit.- Melanocytoma of optic nerve.- Optic disc drusen.- Retinal diseases in pregnancy.- Cancer therapy-associated retinopathy.- Myelinated retinal nerve fibers.- Synchisis scintillans and asteroid hyalosis.
Eduardo Buchele Rodrigues is Affiliated Professor of Ophthalmology, Federal University of São Paulo. He graduated in medicine at the Federal University of Santa Catarina in 1998. Prof. Buchele Rodrigues finished his doctoral and postdoctoral degrees at the Federal University of São Paulo. He has published around 160 scientific articles in international journals of impact such as Archives of Ophthalmology, American Journal of Ophthalmology, and Retina. He is one of the editors of the major international book on the use of medications in the treatment of retinal diseases, Retinal Pharmacotherapy, published in 2010. He is Co-Editor In-Chief of the International Journal of Retina and Vitreous. Conducted more than 250 paper presentations in national and international conferences, received 19 awards in congress by presenting work including the prestigious Paul Kayser Award of the Retina Research Foundation through the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology. He is a member of medical societies of the area as SBRV, PAAO, Club Jules Gonin, CBO, AAO, and SCO Euretina.
Carsten H Meyer III holds an M.D. degree and serves as a specialist in vitreoretinal diseases. He went to medical schools in Freiburg, Innsbruck, and Oxford and obtained his medical degree from the University of Munich, Munich, Germany. Dr. Meyer completed his residency at the University Eye Hospital, Luebeck, Germany, and in 1999 pursued a 2-year vitreoretinal research fellowship at the Duke Eye Center, Durham, NC. He served as Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology, Philipp-University, Marburg, as Professor in Department of Ophthalmology, University of Bonn. His main research interests include imaging vitreoretinal structures, retinal bear tracks, chromovitrectomy, and novel treatments in age-related macular degeneration. Dr. Meyer is an editorial board member of seve
Reviews basic concepts of etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of retinal trauma
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