author: sinjab mazen m
this book, step by step reading pentacam topography, deals with pentacam topography. corneal topography initially gained prominence in the sphere of refractive surgery for the main purpose of excluding potential candidates for rk or lasik due to sub-clinical keratoconus. as technology developed, corneal topography developed into a therapeutic corneal tool when the data was used to drive topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy (prk). in this book, the comparison made among the three most popular diagnostic devices in chapter one is of most importance; it informs the reader about the principles in general and specifically. chapter four presents a thorough clinical approach of the refractive surgery candidate. the importance here stems from its relevance to the systematic methodology to study the case as a whole.
author: chopdar amresh, aung tin
this book, multimodal retinal imaging, deals with retinal imaging. retinal imaging techniques have expanded in leaps and bounds from the early days of colour fundus photography and fundus fluorescein angiography to a multitude of newer techniques. ophthalmologists need to continually update their skills to adapt to these newer techniques. the content is divided into two sections: techniques (chapters 1–7) and interpretation of retinal disorders (chapters 8–15). each chapter is generously illustrated to help the reader become familiar with the technical aspects of both image acquisition and disease recognition. it contains fifteen chapters on all aspects of retinal imaging. each chapter is ordered in a consistent format; for example, the technique-based chapters all include appropriate information on the anatomical and physiological background as well as aspects of the optical, physical and biochemical principles behind the imaging techniques. this book provides both trainee and practising ophthalmologists, as well as ophthalmic photographic technicians, with the skills needed to apply the varied techniques used in everyday clinical practice and accurately interpret the results obtained.
by daniel ginat and suzanne freitag
this book provides a comprehensive review of the imaging features that are seen following the application of a variety of ophthalmic and orbital procedures and therapies in patients with disorders affecting the cornea, retina, lens and ocular adnexa, as well as glaucoma. a wealth of high-quality radiographic images, including ct, mri and ultrasound, depict expected post-treatment findings and appearances in patients with complications. in addition, correlations are made with clinical photographs and photographs of implanted devices. this reference has been prepared by experts in the field and should serve as a valuable guide to both radiologists and ophthalmologists, facilitating navigation of the intricacies of the treated eye and orbit and optimization of patient management.
author: bhende muna, kamat harshali, shantha b, khetan vikas, krishna tandava, sen parveen, pradeep suchitra
ultrasonography is an important investigative tool in ophthalmology, particularly for vitreous surgery, oncology, and orbital diseases. ophthalmic ultrasound is now widely accepted as an important tool for the diagnosis and management of many ocular and orbital disorders. this atlas is a compilation of the numerous classic and unusual cases performed by vitreoretinal surgeons at the ultrasonography department of sankara nethralaya, along with a brief outline of the salient clinical and ultrasound features. the sankara nethralaya atlas of ophthalmic ultrasound and ultrasound biomicroscopy is a new edition to sankara nethralaya atlas of ophthalmic ultrasound. it includes an entirely new section on ultrasound biomicroscopy that has widened the scope of this atlas to include anterior segment imaging as well. the text in this atlas is kept minimum, the salient clinical and ultrasound features have been described with practical tips for technique, interpretation, and implications on management. colored photographs, pathology images as well as other diagnostic reports, such as ct and mri are included for the better understanding. practical issues as to when to perform the test in a given condition, what to look for and the implications on treatment have been dealt with in a brief fashion. this atlas may serve as both, a basic text as well as a reference tool and an invaluable resource for the students of ophthalmology and practicing ophthalmologists.
author: lumbroso bruno, rispoli marco
fluorescein angiography is a technique for examining circulation of the retina and choroid using a fluorescent dye and a specialized camera. this book comprises of five parts they are; part i is interpretation that is again divided into four chapters that explains about retinal anatomy, normal fluorescein angiogram of the retina, the optic disc and the choroid. part ii describes about the important guidelines for interpreting a pathological fluorescein angiography. part iii is pathological fluorescein angiography analytical study which is classified into abnormal hyperfluorescence, abnormal hypofluorescence and abnormalities in circulation time. part iv is pathological fluorescein angiography-synthesis that explains about synthetic evaluation the last and most important step of analysis process. part v is of major fluorescein angiography syndromes that deals with diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, vascular occlusions, retinal epitheliopathies, vitreoretinal interface syndrome, diagnosis o
author: garg ashok
the present comprehensive book on oct has been planned and prepared to cover all current and futuristic applications of oct in ophthalmology. written in simplified and easy-to-understand format and divided into 31 chapters which cover both anterior and posterior segment indications of oct. it covers cataract and refractive surgery, phakic lens, glaucoma, oculoplasty, corneal conditions, keratoplasty, neuro-ophthalmology and retinal disorders. international experts of the field and shared their experiences in form of chapters in this book nicely. this comprehensive book on oct shall serve as ready reckoner for the anterior and posterior segment surgeons to refresh and fine tune their surgical and diagnostics skills.
by ronald h. silverman, frederic l. lizzi, mark j. rondeau, harriet o. lloyd, suzanne w. daly
written by well-known leaders in ophthalmic ultrasonography, this volume is a complete guide to the use of ultrasound as a primary diagnostic tool in ophthalmology. this thoroughly revised second edition reflects the latest developments in three-dimensional ultrasound and other advanced technologies and the expanding clinical role of ultrasound, including its use in refractive surgery, post-lasik evaluation, and neuro-ophthalmology.
coverage includes detailed chapters on ocular diagnosis, orbital diagnosis, and very high-frequency digital ultrasound scanning in lasik and phakic intraocular lenses. more than 200 full-color, two-color, and black-and-white illustrations complement the text.
a bound-in dvd contains video clips of patient ultrasound examinations.
by e. y. k. ng (editor), u. rajendra acharya (editor), rangaraj m. rangayyan (editor), jasjit s. suri (editor)
edited by and featuring contributions from world-class researchers, ophthalmological imaging and applications offers a unified work of the latest human eye imaging and modeling techniques that have been proposed and applied to the diagnosis of ophthalmologic problems, including inflammation, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma. with a focus on theory, basic principles, and results derived from research, the book:
- explores various morphological, textural, higher-order spectral, and wavelet transformation techniques used to extract salient features from images of the human eye
- examines 2d and 3d finite element and boundary element models of the human eye developed to simulate thermal steady-state conditions
- addresses the difficult task of benchmarking the validity of human eye imaging techniques and computer-simulated results with experimental measurements
intended to be a companion to image analysis and modeling in ophthalmology, this volume covers several aspects of multimodal ophthalmological imaging and applications, presenting information in an accessible manner to appeal to a wide audience of students, researchers, and practitioners. ophthalmological imaging and applications considers promising simulations that pave the way for new possibilities in computational methods for eye health care.
by narayana nethralaya
spectral domain oct
by joel s., ed. schuman ed., carmen a. puliafito, james g. fujimoto, jay s. duker
for more than 17 years, optical coherence tomography of ocular diseases has been the classic text on this essential imaging technology. this completely revised and updated third edition of optical coherence tomography of ocular diseases reflects the quickly advancing technology of spectral domain optical coherence tomography (oct). incorporated within over 600 pages are a multitude of updated features unique to this third edition including over 1,200 color images, state-of-the-art technology, and case presentations. these elements cohesively work together to successfully demonstrate the retina in normal and diseased states using spectral domain oct. optical coherence tomography of ocular diseases, third edition is written with the clinician in mind. the text’s primary objective is to illustrate the appearance of the eye in health and disease, comparing conventional clinical technologies using spectral domain oct imaging. this method introduces the clinician to the manifestations of disease as indicated by oct, while presenting the more familiar fundoscopic and fluorescein angiographic views side- by-side. drs. joel s. schuman, carmen a. puliafito, james g. fujimoto, and jay duker, together with their 17 contributors, have collaborated to revise and update this best-selling comprehensive resource to reflect the current state-of-the-art technology of spectral domain oct. oct applications in retinal diseases, glaucoma, neuro- ophthalmology, anterior segment, and a description of oct technologies are all topics extensively covered in this new third edition. two appendices are included that contain a wealth of technical information for those interested in learning more about the physical principles of operation of this diagnostic imaging technology, as well as scanning and image processing protocols. features:
utilizes and interprets spectral domain oct imaging from multiple machines.
over 1,200 color images.
strong focus on reti
by jerry sherman (editor), gulshan karamchandani (editor), william jones (editor), sanjeev nath (editor)
panoramic ophthalmoscopy: optomap images and interpretation comprehensively covers the state-of-the-art technology and the high-resolution digital images taken with the panoramic200 scanning laser ophthalmoscope. the optomap retinal exam images provide ophthalmologists and optometrists with an extended view and photo-documentation of almost the entire retina.
inside panoramic ophthalmoscopy, jerome sherman, gulshan karamchandani, william jones, sanjeev nath, and lawrence a. yannuzzi document and expertly explain all there is to know about this remarkable new technology. over 500 images highlight the text, many of which have never been seen before, and provide detailed visual references for numerous eye disorders. this colorful atlas is the ideal resource for interpreting these images and diagnosing serious eye conditions that may have otherwise gone undetected.
panoramic ophthalmoscopy contains an introductory chapter that highlights and contrasts panoramic ophthalmoscopy and optomap images to all the traditional methods of fundus viewing. inside you will find over 100 exemplary case presentations covering common and uncommon topics such as normal fundus, retinal tears, coat’s disease, and diabetic retinopathy. also included are cases of retinal and choroidal diseases and how they were diagnosed and managed using this technology. in the last chapter, the authors peer into the next frontier of imaging by introducing optos fluorescein angiography and its myriad potential contributions to patient care, research, and clinical teaching.
each case presentation includes:
history and chief complaint
clinical findings optomap images
cases are arranged into 11 chapters covering:
with expert descriptions and hundreds of never before seen images, the all encompassing panoramic ophthalmoscopy: optomap images and interpretation is the perfect resource for optometrists, ophthalmologists, ophthalmic technicians, residents, and students who would like to learn more about and would like to benefit from this revolutionary technology.
by david, ed. huang ed., bruno lumbroso, jay s. duker, james g. fujimoto, joel s. schuman
fourier-domain optical coherence tomography (oct) is the latest technology available to provide high-speed, high-resolution imaging of the cornea, anterior chamber angle, macula, and optic nerve head. it is uniquely suited for ophthalmologists that treat diseases from the front to the back of the eye. inside imaging the eye from front to back with rtvue fourier-domain optical coherence tomography, drs. david huang, jay s. duker, james g. fujimoto, bruno lumbroso, joel s. schuman, and robert n. weinreb cover up-to-date oct technology and diagnostic software of the rtvue. it is the first book that covers clinical applications from the front to the back of the eye, as opposed to concentrating either on posterior segment imaging or anterior segment imaging.
by ming wang (editor), lance kugler (editor)
corneal topography has become essentially a pattern recognition trade, best learned by viewing multiple images of representative patterns. drs. wang and kugler, along with drs. morgan and boerman, look to fill this void with atlas and clinical reference guide for corneal topography.
atlas and clinical reference guide for corneal topography is the first corneal topography book that lends itself to efficient image search and reference for busy clinicians at chair side. organized into both map-based and disease-based sections, the book allows for quick reference in busy clinical situations.
images come from the commonly used topographers, the zeiss atlas and the oculus pentacam, but the principles of pattern recognition can be applied to any topographer. due to the text’s large collection of topographic images and corresponding corneal conditions, atlas and clinical reference guide for corneal topography can be used side by side with the topographer.
designed as both a learning tool for students and a reference for clinicians to use when faced with a challenging topography interpretation, atlas and clinical reference guide for corneal topography will be appreciated by a wide spectrum of eye care professionals. general ophthalmologists, cataract and refractive surgeons, corneal specialists, optometrists, and ophthalmology residents and students will benefit from this invaluable atlas for corneal topography.
by roger steinert (editor), david huang (editor)
high-speed anterior segment optical coherence tomography (oct) offers a non-contact method for high resolution cross-sectional and three-dimensional imaging of the cornea and the anterior segment of the eye. as the first text completely devoted to this topic, anterior segment optical coherence tomography comprehensively explains both the scientific principles and the clinical applications of this exciting and advancing technology.
anterior segment optical coherence tomography enhances surgical planning and postoperative care for a variety of anterior segment applications by expertly explaining how abnormalities in the anterior chamber angle, cornea, iris, and lens can be identified and evaluated using the visante oct .
inside anterior segment optical coherence tomography, dr. roger steinert and dr. david huang, along with 22 of the field’s leading professionals, provide a wealth of useful clinical and physiological material about this new diagnostic imaging technique. valuable images are included to assist in the pre- and postoperative assessment of various anterior segment disorders.
on the leading edge of anterior segment imaging:
mapping of corneal thickness and keratoconus evaluation
measurement of lasik flap and stromal bed thickness
visualization and measurement of anterior chamber angle and diagnosis of narrow angle glaucoma
measuring the dimensions of the anterior chamber and assessing the fit of intraocular lens implants
visualizing and measuring the results of corneal implants and lamellar procedures
imaging through corneal opacity to see internal eye structures
with the increase in popularity of anterior chamber imaging, and anterior segment oct proving to be the best tool for high resolution biometry, anterior segment optical coherence tomography is a must-have for anterior segment, refractive, cornea, and glaucoma surgeons.
- bruno lumbroso md
- david huang md phd
- andre romano md
- marco rispoli md
- gabriel coscas md
the aim of the clinical en face oct atlas is to show everyday oct users the utility of clinical en face imaging. the keyword is “clinical”. we hope to develop interest in the use of en face oct in everyday clinical work, and help users interpret en face oct images. this atlas should guide the general ophthalmologists to select the best en face views and read easily the typical and atypical aspects of en face images. most oct devices already have en face visualization capabilities. the use of these capabilities should be increased and applied to more types of pathologies.
- jay s. duker, md, jay s duker md, director, new england eye center, chairman and professor of ophthalmology, tufts medical center, tufts university school of medicine, boston, ma, usa
- nadia k waheed, new england eye center, boston, ma, usa
- darin goldman, retina group of florida, fort lauderdale, fl, usa
with handbook of retinal oct, you can master the latest imaging methods used to evaluate retinal disease, uveitis, and optic nerve disorders. ideal at any stage of your career, this easy-to-use, clinically oriented handbook provides a quick, templated, and portable guide for the interpretation of optical coherence tomography scans.
- locate answers quickly with templated chapters-each focused on one specific diagnosis or group of diagnoses with a particular oct appearance.
- adopt the latest techniques for evaluating age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, and much more.
- see how the full spectrum of diseases presents through approximately 700 illustrations including the highest-quality spectral-domain oct images available.
- recognize image patterns and get clear visual guidance from multiple arrows and labels used throughout to highlight the key details of each disease.
- access the full text online at expert consult.
- javier montero, md
- sandeep saxena, md
this book optical coherence tomography in macular diseases and glaucoma—advanced knowledge has some of the most fascinating applications of modern oct to varied clinical scenarios as well as its impact on clinical trials and practice as an objective procedure to evaluate the presence of disease and its progression. the authors of this well illustrated, comprehensive book describe the fundamentals of oct and demonstrate oct features in many diseases of the retina and in eyes with the glaucoma. this scholarly written and comprehensive book effectively compiles the work of many experts in the field. it illustrates clinical features with color fundus photographs, corresponding fluorescein angiography, and correlation with the oct images. this book enlightens readers on applications of oct as a powerful tool in clinical diagnosis and treatment of patients with retinal disease. practitioners will find it an invaluable guide to the management of patients with retinal disease and glaucoma.