Fluorescein and ICG Angiography: Textbook and Atlas

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Thieme, 1998 - Medical - 369 pages
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Fluorescein angiography is an indispensable part of ophthalmologic diagnosis and education, providing key insights into pathogenesis and treatment. Using nearly 900 illustrations, this new edition of the classic text/atlas covers all the clinically relevant diseases that can be diagnosed using fluorescein angiography -- and is the first to include the relatively new technique of ICG angiography.

Special features include illustrated coverage of:

* ICG Angiography: A key new diagnostic procedure for evaluating a wide range of macular diseases

* Diseases of the Optic Nerve Head: Full discussion of differential diagnosis of neuroophthalmologic diseases

* Macular Diseases: Age-related macular disease is a leading cause of blindness, and angiography is the basis of treatment using laser therapy

* Vascular Diseases: Angiography is vital to laser treatment in such prevalent vascular diseases as diabetic retinopathy and venous occlusion

* Tumors: The role of angiography in diagnosing and staging different eye tumors is explored

* Video angiography: Demonstrates its value in diagnosing hemodynamic alterations of the eye

Describing hundreds of ophthalmologic diseases and including basic anatomic and physiologic principles, Fluorescein Angiography, 2nd Ed., is vital for accurate diagnosis and successful treatment.

 

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Contents

Retinopathy With Lebers Miliary Aneurysms
194
Hereditary Disorders
200
Fundus Flavimaculatus
206
Benign Concentric Annular Macular Dystrophy
212
Retinitis Pigmentosa
218
Fundus Albipunctatus
224
Multiple Evanescent White Dot Syndrome MEWDS
232
Primary and Secondary Serpiginous Choroidopathy
238

Disturbances of the Retinal Circulation
64
Central Artery Occlusion
70
Calcified Emboli After Arterial Branch Occlusion
76
Branch Vein Thrombosis With Minor Hemodynamic
83
Neovascularization of the Disc After Arteriovenous
89
Development of Collaterals After Venous Occlusion
96
Diabetic Retinopathy
102
Cystoid Macular Edema
108
Vascular DiseaseMiscellaneous
114
Hypertensive Retinopathy
120
Eales Disease
126
Vitreoretinal Interface Abnormalities of
132
Occlusion
138
Miliary Drusen
145
Rips of the Detached Pigment Epithelium
152
Spontaneous Development of a Subretinal Neovasculari
158
Photocoagulation of Juxtafoveolar Subretinal Neovascula
164
Various Types of Recurrent Neovascularization After Laser
170
Neovascular Stage of Degenerative Myopia
176
Traumatic Choroidal Rupture With Subretinal Neovascu
182
Recurrence of a Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
188
Behcets Disease
244
Crohns DiseaseUlcerative Colitis
250
Lyme Disease Borreliosis
256
Whipples Disease
262
Candida Endophthalmitis
268
Cytomegalic Virus Retinitis in AIDS
274
Choroidal Rupture
280
Choroidal Diseases Miscellaneous
288
Primary Disturbances of Choroidal Circulation
294
Choroidal Folds
300
Retinal and Pigment Epithelial Hamartomas
306
Choroidal Nevus
312
Melanocytoma With Associated Subretinal Neovasculari
318
Peripherally Located Choroidal Melanoma
325
Mycosis Fungoides
332
Retinal Racemose Hemangioma
338
Retinal Cavernous Hemangioma
344
Radiotherapy Retinopathy and Tumor Recurrence After
352
Recurrence of a Choroidal Melanoma After Brachy Sources of Illustrations
354
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