Walsh and Hoyt's Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology, Volume 1
Williams & Wilkins, 1982 - Medical - 381 pages
Thoroughly revised and updated for its Sixth Edition, this classic work is the most comprehensive reference on diagnosis and treatment of neuro-ophthalmologic diseases. This edition has two new editors--Valerie Biousse, MD and John B. Kerrison, MD--and has been streamlined from five volumes into three tightly edited volumes with a sharper focus on patient management. Coverage includes major updates on genetics of diseases, new diagnostic techniques, and the newest treatment options. This second volume covers tumors, the phacomatoses, and vascular disease. Volume 1 covers the visual sensory system, the autonomic nervous system, the ocular motor system, the eyelid, facial pain and headache, and nonorganic disease. Volume 3 covers degenerative, metabolic, infectious, inflammatory, and demyelinating diseases.
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The Visual Sensory System
Embryology of the Afferent Visual System
Anatomy and Electrophysiology of the Retina
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Acta acute afferent agnosia AION amblyopia anatomy Arch area 17 associated axons bilateral Brain C. V. Mosby carotid central retinal artery central scotomas cerebral cerebrospinal fluid chiasmal clinical color vision developed diagnosis disease dorsal edema Figure ganglion cells Glaser Hayreh hemisphere hemorrhages homonymous hemianopia Hoyt Hubel increased intracranial pressure intracranial pressure involvement ischemic optic neuropathy lamina lateral geniculate body lesions macular monkey multiple sclerosis nasal nerve fiber layer Neurol Neurology Neurosurg normal occipital lobe occlusion occur ocular Ophthalmol optic atrophy optic chiasm optic disc optic disc swelling optic nerve head optic neuritis optic radiation optic tract orbital papilledema patients with optic peripheral portion posterior pseudotumor cerebri Psychiatr pupillary receptive field region reported retrobulbar neuritis retrobulbar optic scotomas sella sinus stimulus striate cortex symptoms synapses syndrome tion Trans tumors unilateral vascular visual acuity visual cortex visual field visual field defects visual loss Wiesel