Table of contents for Basic ophthalmology for medical students and primary care residents.


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Preface
Chapter 1
The Eye Examination
Objectives
Relevance
Basic Information
When to Examine
How to Examine
Management or Referral
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 2
Acute Visual Loss
Objectives
Relevance
Basic Information
How to Examine
How to Interpret the Findings
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 3
Chronic Visual Loss
Objectives
GLAUCOMA
Chronic Visual Loss in the Geriatric Population
Relevance
Basic Information
When to Examine
How to Examine
How to Interpret the Findings
Management or Referral
CATARACT
Relevance
Basic Information
When to Examine
How to Examine
How to Interpret the Findings
Management or Referral
MACULAR DEGENERATION
Relevance
Basic Information
When to Examine
How to Examine
How to Interpret the Findings
Management or Referral
The Visually Impaired Patient
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 4
The Red Eye
Objectives
Relevance
Basic Information
How to Examine
How to Interpret the Findings
Management or Referral
Therapeutic Warnings
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 5
Ocular and Orbital Injuries
Objectives
Relevance
Basic Information
When to Examine
How to Examine
Management or Referral
Treatment Skills
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 6
Amblyopia and Strabismus
Objectives
Relevance
Basic Information
How to Examine and Interpret the Findings
Management or Referral
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 7
Neuro-Ophthalmology
Objectives
Relevance
How to Examine
How to Interpret the Findings
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 8
Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Disease
Objectives
Relevance
Diabetes Mellitus
Hypertension
Pregnancy
Sickle Cell Anemia
Thyroid Disease
Sarcoidosis and Other Inflammatory and Autoimmune Conditions
Malignancy
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Syphilis
Other Systemic Infections
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Chapter 9
Drugs and the Eye
Objectives
Relevance
Basic Information
Topical Ocular Diagnostic Drugs
Topical Ocular Therapeutic Drugs
Systemic Side Effects of Glaucoma Medications
Ocular Side Effects of Systemic Drugs
Points to Remember
Sample Problems
Annotated Resources
Index
Figures 
Chapter 1 The Eye Examination
1.1	Cross-section of the eye
1.2	External landmarks
1.3	Extraocular muscles
1.4	Eyelid margin anatomy 
1.5	Posterior vitreous detachment. 
1.6	Equipment for a basic eye examination 
1.7	Snellen eye chart
1.8	Rosenbaum pocket vision screener
1.9	Upper lid eversion
1.10	Estimation of anterior chamber depth
1.11	Electronic tonometry
1.12	Fluorescein stain
1.13	Fluorescein stain highlighted. 
1.14	Red reflex. 
1.15	Normal posterior pole 
1.16	Scleral crescent and pigmented crescent
1.17	Myelinated nerve fibers
1.18	Fundus diagram
Chapter 2 Acute Visual Loss
2.1	Vitreous hemorrhage seen in red reflex 
2.2	Retinal detachment 
2.3	Cholesterol embolus in retinal arteriole
2.4	Central retinal artery occlusion
2.5	Branch retinal artery occlusion (BRAO)
2.6	Central retinal vein occlusion 
2.7	Papillitis 
2.8	Papilledema
2.9	Ischemic optic neuropathy
Chapter 3 Chronic Visual Loss
3.1	Superior arcuate scotomas as shown by automated visual field testing 
3.2	Need legend [to come]
3.3	Cross-section of anterior chamber angle and ciliary body
3.4	Temporal pallor of the optic nerve
3.5	Cup:disc ratio 
3.6	Glaucomatous cupping
3.7	Disc hemorrhage
3.8	Glaucomatous optic atrophy
3.9	Mature cataract 
3.10	Posterior subcapsular cataract 
3.11	Nuclear cataract 
3.12	Fovea
3.13	Drusen
3.14	Retinal pigment epithelial atrophy
3.15	Subretinal hemorrhage
3.16	Neovascular net
3.17	Amsler grid testing
Chapter 4 The Red Eye
4.1	Acute angle-closure glaucoma
4.2	Ciliary flush 
4.3	Herpes simplex keratitis
4.4	Conjunctivitis
4.5	Scleritis
4.6	Dacryocystitis
4.7	Pterygium
4.8	Purulent conjunctivitis
4.9	Large keratic precipitates
4.10	Corneal edema
4.11	Corneal leukoma
4.12	Irregular corneal reflection
4.13	Corneal ulcer with hypopyon
4.14	Chronic proptosis
4.15	Staphylococcal blepharitis
4.16	Seborrheic blepharitis
4.17	Contact dermatitis
4.18	External hordeolum
4.19	Internal hordeolum
4.20	Chalazion
Chapter 5 Ocular and Orbital Injuries
5.1	The bony orbit
5.2	Corneal perforation with iris prolapse
5.3	Hyphema
5.4	Subluxated lens
5.5	CT scan of foreign body
5.6	Alkali burn
5.7	Conjunctival foreign body
5.8	Corneal foreign body
5.9	Full-thickness lid laceration
5.10	Subconjunctival hemorrhage
5.11	Irrigation
5.12	Pressure patch
5.13	Shield 
Chapter 6 Amblyopia and Strabismus
6.1	Strabismus
6.2	Clear media 
6.3	Concomitant strabismus 
6.4	Incomitant strabismus
6.5	Types of heterotropia
6.6	Picture card
6.7	Tumbling E chart
6.8	Measuring visual acuity
6.9	Epicanthus
6.10	Cardinal positions of gaze
6.11	Corneal light reflex
6.12	Cover test
6.13	Evaluation of amblyopia
6.14	Leukocoria
6.15	Reversing amblyopia
6.16	Esotropia
Chapter 7 Neuro-Ophthalmology
7.1	Pupillary pathways
7.2	Pupillary reflexes
7.3	Horner's syndrome
7.4	Anatomy of sympathetic pathway 
7.5	Third nerve palsy
7.6	Fourth nerve palsy
7.7	Sixth nerve palsy
7.8	Internuclear ophthalmoplegia
7.9	Unilateral right internuclear ophthalmoplegia
7.10	Pseudopapilledema and true papilledema
7.11	Optic atrophy
7.12	Visual pathways with associated field defects
Chapter 8 Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Diseases
8.1	Nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy with clinically significant macular 
edema
8.2	Nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy 
8.3	Early proliferative diabetic retinopathy
8.4	Proliferative diabetic retinopathy
8.5	Proliferative diabetic retinopathy (advanced)
8.6	Panretinal argon laser photocoagulation
8.7	Hypertensive retinopathy in a patient with long-standing hypertension
8.8	Malignant hypertension
8.9	Thyroid stare
8.10	Anterior uveitis
8.11	Cotton-wool spots in AIDS
8.12	Cytomegalovirus retinitis in AIDS
8.14	Herpes zoster ophthalmicus
Chapter 9 Drugs and the Eye
9.1	Instillation of topical drops




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Ophthalmology, Primary care (Medicine)Eye Diseases Diagnosis, Diagnostic Techniques, Ophthalmological, Eye Diseases diagnosis