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Ocular Pathology, 9th Edition

ISBN: 9780323878227
ISBN: 9780323878227
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2024/04

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For nearly 50 years, Ocular Pathology has been the choice of both ophthalmologists and pathologists for unsurpassed visual guidance and training in ophthalmic pathology. Expertly edited by Drs. Myron Yanoff and Joseph W. Sassani, this thoroughly revised 9th Edition provides comprehensive, easy-to-understand coverage of the eye’s response to disease and treatment, keeping you up to date with every aspect of the field. From current imaging techniques to genetics and molecular biology to clinical pearls, Ocular Pathology provides the concise yet complete information you need.
Key Features
  • Features more than 1,900 high-quality clinical photographs, illustrations, and histological micrographs from the collections of internationally renowned leaders in ocular pathology.
  • Presents information in a quick-reference outline format – ideal for today’s busy physician.
  • Includes clinico-pathological correlations throughout, with side-by-side image comparisons further highlighted with clinical pearl boxes.
  • Covers the latest imaging techniques, including optical coherence tomography (OCT), anterior segment OCT (AS-OCT) and OCT-angiography (OCT-A).
  • Provides new coverage on evolving areas such as genetics and molecular biology, SARS-COV 2 virus (COVID-19), multiple endocrine neoplasia, iris racemose hemangioma, white dot syndromes, idiopathic polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy, and more.
  • An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud. Additional digital ancillary content may publish up to 6 weeks following the publication date.

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Instructions for Online Access
Cover image
Title page
Table of Contents
Any screen, Any time, Anywhere
Copyright
Foreword: A Tribute to Female Pioneers in Ophthalmic Pathology
FEMALE PIONEERS
Forewords to the First Edition
Preface
Dedication
1. Basic Principles of Pathology
Abstract
INFLAMMATION
Staining Patterns of Inflammation
IMMUNOBIOLOGY
CELLULAR AND TISSUE REACTIONS
EPIGENETICS AND OCULAR DISEASE
MODERN MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES
CONCLUDING COMMENTS
Bibliography
2. Congenital Anomalies
Abstract
PHAKOMATOSES (DISSEMINATED HEREDITARY HAMARTOMAS)
CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS
INFECTIOUS EMBRYOPATHY
DRUG EMBRYOPATHY
OTHER CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
Bibliography
3. Nongranulomatous Inflammation: Uveitis, Endophthalmitis, Panophthalmitis, and Sequelae
Abstract
DEFINITION
CLASSIFICATION
SUPPURATIVE ENDOPHTHALMITIS AND PANOPHTHALMITIS
NONSUPPURATIVE, CHRONIC NONGRANULOMATOUS UVEITIS AND ENDOPHTHALMITIS
SEQUELAE OF UVEITIS, ENDOPHTHALMITIS, AND PANOPHTHALMITIS
END STAGE OF DIFFUSE OCULAR DISEASES
Bibliography
4. Granulomatous Inflammation
Abstract
INTRODUCTION
POSTTRAUMATIC
NONTRAUMATIC INFECTIONS
NONTRAUMATIC NONINFECTIOUS
Bibliography
5. Surgical and Nonsurgical Trauma
Abstract
ENUCLEATION
COMPLICATIONS OF INTRAOCULAR SURGERY
COMPLICATIONS OF NEURAL RETINAL DETACHMENT AND VITREOUS SURGERY, INCLUDING INTRAVITREAL INJECTIONS
COMPLICATIONS OF CORNEAL SURGERY
COMPLICATIONS OF GLAUCOMA SURGERY
COMPLICATIONS OF NONSURGICAL TRAUMA
Bibliography
6. Skin and Lacrimal Drainage System
Abstract
SKIN
LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEM
BIBLIOGRAPHY
7. Conjunctiva
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
VASCULAR DISORDERS
INFLAMMATION
INJURIES
CONJUNCTIVAL MANIFESTATIONS OF SYSTEMIC DISEASE
DEGENERATIONS
CYSTS, PSEUDONEOPLASMS, AND NEOPLASMS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
8. Cornea and Sclera
Abstract
CORNEA
SCLERA
BIBLIOGRAPHY
9. Uvea
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
CONGENITAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS
CONGENITAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS OF THE PIGMENT EPITHELIUM
INFLAMMATIONS
INJURIES
SYSTEMIC DISEASES
ATROPHIES AND DEGENERATIONS
DYSTROPHIES
TUMORS
UVEAL EDEMA (UVEAL DETACHMENT; UVEAL HYDROPS)
BIBLIOGRAPHY
10. Lens
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
GENERAL INFORMATION
CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
MITTENDORF’S DOT
CAPSULE (EPITHELIAL BASEMENT MEMBRANE)
EPITHELIUM
ELSCHNIG’S PEARLS (SEE FIG. 5.16FIG. G.FIG. 5.15)
CORTEX AND NUCLEUS (LENS CELLS OR “FIBERS”)
SECONDARY CATARACTS
COMPLICATIONS OF CATARACTS
ECTOPIC LENS
Bibliography
11. Neural (Sensory) Retina
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
VASCULAR DISEASES
INFLAMMATIONS
INJURIES
DEGENERATIONS
HEREDITARY PRIMARY RETINAL DYSTROPHIES
HEREDITARY SECONDARY RETINAL DYSTROPHIES
SYSTEMIC DISEASES INVOLVING THE RETINA
TUMORS
NEURAL RETINAL METASTASES (Fig. 11.51)
NEURAL RETINAL DETACHMENT
Bibliography
12. Vitreous
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
INFLAMMATION
VITREOUS ADHESIONS
VITREOUS OPACITIES
VITREOUS HEMORRHAGE
Bibliography
13. Optic Nerve
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
CONGENITAL DEFECTS AND ANATOMIC VARIATIONS
OPTIC DISC EDEMA
OPTIC NEURITIS
OPTIC ATROPHY
Injuries
Tumors
BIBLIOGRAPHY
14. Orbit
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
EXOPHTHALMOS
DEVELOPMENTAL ABNORMALITIES
ORBITAL INFLAMMATION
INJURIES
VASCULAR DISEASE
OCULAR MUSCLE INVOLVEMENT IN SYSTEMIC DISEASE
NEOPLASMS AND OTHER TUMORS
Secondary Orbital Tumors
BIBLIOGRAPHY
15. Diabetes Mellitus
Abstract
NATURAL HISTORY
PATHOBIOLOGY
OCULAR SURFACE DISEASE
INTRAOCULAR CHANGES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
16. Glaucoma
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY WITH CLINICAL CORRELATIONS (Figs. 16.1–16.3)
INTRODUCTION
NORMAL OUTFLOW
IMPAIRED OUTFLOW
TISSUE CHANGES CAUSED BY ELEVATED INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE
BIBLIOGRAPHY
17. Ocular Melanocytic Tumors
Abstract
NORMAL ANATOMY
MELANOTIC TUMORS OF EYELIDS
MELANOTIC TUMORS OF CONJUNCTIVA
MELANOTIC TUMORS OF PIGMENT EPITHELIUM OF IRIS, CILIARY BODY, AND RETINA
MELANOTIC TUMORS OF THE UVEA
MELANOTIC TUMORS OF THE OPTIC DISC AND OPTIC NERVE
MELANOTIC TUMORS OF THE ORBIT
Bibliography
18. Retinoblastoma and Simulating Lesions
Abstract
RETINOBLASTOMA
LESIONS SIMULATING RETINOBLASTOMA (PSEUDOGLIOMA)
Bibliography
Index
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