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ІАБВГДЕЖЗИЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЭЮЯ

Ophthalmology

Ophthalmology
Раздел: Учебники

The textbook Ophthalmology is intended to provide medical students, interns, ophthalmology residents, primary care physicians with a general approach to eye exam and treatment of the most common ocular diseases and emergencies.

Цена: 850 грн.

2017, 648 pages.

The textbook Ophthalmology is intended to provide medical students, interns, ophthalmology residents, as well as primary care physicians with a general approach to eye exam and treatment of the most common ocular diseases and emergencies.
In connection with the health care reform in Ukraine that includes, inter alia, the adaptation of achievements of modem European and American ophthalmology in Ukrainian practical medicine, the authors included data on the latest world achievements and guidelines for ophthalmic diseases treatment.
The book contains the latest information on the eye anatomy, thorough ophthalmic examination, concepts of diagnosis, and recent advances in the treatment of the most common ocular disorders and emergencies. Most chapters are illustrated with color clinical photographs or illustrations. At the end of each chapter, key points, schemes, control questions, multiple choice tests, and clinical cases are given to help students prepare for practical lessons and future exams. The appendix provides ophthalmic pharmaceuticals sorted by classes.
CONTENTS
Abbreviations - 4
Chapter 1. Anatomy of the Eye and Visual Functions (Oksana Vitovska) - 5
Chapter 2. The Ophthalmic Examination (Oksana Vitovska) - 41
Chapter 3. Optical System of the Eye. Refractive Errors, Accommodation
and Amblyopia (Andriy Hudz) - 117
Chapter 4. Diseases of the Eyelids (Iryna Bezkorovayna) - 139
Chapter 5. Disorders of the Lacrimal System (Yaroslav Penyshkevych) 171
Chapter 6. Disorders of the Orbit (Pavlo Bezditko) - 195
Chapter 7. Diseases of the Conjunctiva (Yuliya Saldan) - 219
Chapter 8. Diseases of the Cornea (Oleksandra Korobova) - 249
Chapter 9. Diseases of the Sclera (Maryna Vershynina, Angela Nykolyuk) - 295
Chapter 10. Diseases of the Uvea (Dmytro Zhaboiedov) - 309
Chapter 11. Lens Diseases (Nataliya Zavgorodnya, Maxym Bezugly) - 343
Chapter 12. Glaucoma (Oksana Vitovska) - 373
Chapter 13. Diseases of the Retina (Vasyl Sakovych) - 403
Chapter 14. Diseases of the Optic Nerve (Gennadii Zhaboiedov) - 429
Chapter 15. Diseases of the Vitreous Body (Pavlo Bezditko, Angela Nykolyuk) - 449
Chapter 16. Ocular Trauma (Angela Nykolyuk) - 465
Chapter 17. Ocular Emergencies (Oksana Vitovska) - 515
Chapter 18. Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Diseases (Rimma Scrypnyk) - 545
Chapter 19. Disorders of Ocular Motility and Strabismus (Mycola Turchin) - 577
Chapter 20. Blindness (Iryna Bezkorovayna) - 601
Appendix 1 - Ophthalmic Pharmaceuticals - 612
Appendix 2 - Keys to Tests and Clinical Cases - 630
Appendix 3 - List of Recommended Reading - 638
References - 639
Index - 645

ABBREVIATIONS
Ad-Cs - adenoviral conjunctivitis
AIDS - acquired immune deficiency syndrome
AKC - atopic keratoconjunctivitis
ALT - argon laser trabeculoplasty
AMD - age-related macular degeneration
ART - antiretroviral therapy
BAK - benzalconium chloride
CDCR - conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy
CIC - conjunctival impression cytology
CMV - cytomegalovirus
CNS - central nervous system
CPC - cyclophotocoagulation
CRA - central retinal artery
CRAO - central retinal artery occlusion
CRV - central retinal vein
CRVO - central retinal vein occlusion
D - diopter
DCR - dacryocystorhinostomy
DCT - dacryocystectomy
DES - dry eye syndrome
DM - diabetes mellitus
DNS - deviated nasal septum
DR - diabetic retinopathy
EBMD - epithelial basement membrane dystrophy
ECCA - extracapsular cataract extraction
EFA - essential fatty acids
GPC - giant papillary conjunctivitis
HIV - human immunodeficiency virus
HSV - herpes simplex virus
ICCE - intracapsular cataract extraction
i/m - intramuscular
IOFB - intraocular foreign body
I0L - intraocular lens
IOP - intraocular pressure
IR - infrared
KCS - keratoconjunctivitis sicca
KPs - keratic precipitates
MS - multiple sclerosis
NPDR - non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy
NLD - nasolacrimal duct
NO - nitric oxide
NPDS - non-penetrating deep sclerectomy
NSAIDs -non-steroidalanti-inflammatory drugs
OD - right eye
ONA - optic nerve atrophy
OS - left eye
OTCS - ocular trauma classification system
OU - botheyes
PAC - perennial allergic conjunctivitis
p/b - parabulbar
PDR - proliferative diabetic retinopathy
PHA - persistent hyaloid artery
PHPV - persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous
PK - penetrating keratoplasty
PMMA - polymethylmethacrylate
POAG - primary open-angle glaucoma
PTK - phototherapeutic keratectomy
PVD - posterior vitreous detachment
r/b -retrobulbar
RGP contact lenses - rigid gas permeable contact lenses
RP - retinitis pigmentosa
RPE - retinal pigment epithelium
SAC - seasonal allergic conjunctivitis
SLT - selective laser trabeculoplasty
SPK - superficial punctate keratitis
SRAT - slow releasing artificial tear
TB - tuberculosis
TBUT - tear film break-up time
UV - ultraviolet
VA - visual acuity
VKC - vernal keratoconjunctivitis
WHO - World Health Organization

Edited by Professor O.P. VITOVSKA
APPROVED by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine as a textbook for students of higher education establishments — medical universities, institutes and academies
PUBLISHED pursuant to the Order of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine No. 502 as of 22 June 2010 as a national textbook for students of higher education establishments — medical universities, institutes and academies
RECOMMENDED by the Academic Board of 0.0. Bohomolets National Medical University as a textbook for students of higher education establishments — medical universities, institutes and academies

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