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discs.» Part of blood-retinal barrier. The damage of increased intra- ocular pressure (aka glaucoma) manifests in the retina, not the anterior structures of the eye. Ophthalmic pathology is a laboratory-based discipline which provides an essential service to ophthalmologists and related professionals by examining samples. An elementary textbook of ophthalmic pathology must bridge two seemingly Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables.


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This outstanding atlas of ophthalmic pathology brings together the world famous collection of digital images from the Tennant Eye Institute in. Crash Course in. Ophthalmic Pathology. Morton E. Smith, MD. Professor Emeritus. Associate Dean Emeritus. Washington University in St. Louis. BMA Medical Book Awards Highly Commended in Pathology Category! Comprehensive, yet concise and clinically oriented, the new edition of Ocular.

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Summary PDF Request permissions. Tools Get online access For authors. The cardiac lesions were divided physiologically into three categories: volume overload, cyanotic, and obstructive. The category of volume overload included various defects producing left-to-right shunts, resulting in right-sided dilatation atrial septal defect or left sided-dilatation ventricular septal defect, patent ductus arteriosus.

The cyanotic category included lesions with right-to-left shunts or mixing abnormalities transposition of the great vessels, persistent truncus arteriosus, tetralogy of Fallot. The obstructive category included pulmonary valve stenosis, aortic valve stenosis, and coarctation of the aorta.

Results In all, subjects were examined. Gender distribution was Physiologically, the cardiac categories included volume overload in 90 The most common anatomic cardiac anomalies were ventricular or atrial septal defects 62 , tetralogy of Fallot 39 , pulmonary stenosis 25 , and transposition of the great arteries Other lesions included patent ductus arteriosus 13 , double-outlet right ventricle 11 , aortic stenosis 10 , pulmonary atresia 10 , coarctation of aorta 9 , single ventricle 6 , and atrio-ventricular canal 6.

Hypoxia occurred in A total of 81 subjects had undergone some type of surgical intervention prior to the eye exam.

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In all, subjects The paediatric team recognized 51 syndromic patients, and the two geneticists identified the additional 54 syndromic patients. Cataract, ptosis, and strabismus occurred mainly in the syndromic population: eleven of twelve patients with ptosis, nine of eleven patients with strabismus, and five of six patients with cataract were syndromic Table 1.

High myopia more than eight , high hyperopia more than 6 , and high astigmatism more than 2 were present in four, six and 11 subjects, respectively. The mean astigmatism was 0. Retinal vascular tortuosity was present in 11 subjects with the velocardiofacial syndrome: five of 11 had normal hematocrit and oxygen saturation.

Pathology of the Eye

There was no relation between hyperopia and either retinal vascular tortuosity or optic nerve hypoplasia. In all, 10 subjects had both retinal vascular tortuosity and optic nerve hypoplasia See Figures 1 and 2.

Figure 1 Posterior pole of right eye. Retinal artery tortuosity and optic nerve hypoplasia in a year-old male subject with pulmonic stenosis, aortic stenosis, and Williams syndrome.

Full size image Figure 2 Posterior pole of left eye. World Health Organization, Geneva.

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This booklet is published to give an up-to-date account of the adverse effects of smoking on health. A comprehensive report on the subject presented in to the World Health Assembly is republished as Annex I and additional evidence is given in Chapter I.

The adverse effects and the evidence for them are badly stated but copious references are given to published works which support them. Little space is given to opposing views. The committee has discussed at length ways of reducing the number of smokers and the damage caused.The cardiac lesions were divided physiologically into three categories: volume overload, cyanotic, and obstructive.

This is an amazing accomplishment in these days of literary verbosity, and the authors are to be congratulated for their concise editing. Analysis of our data suggests that subjects with high or low haematocrit develop tortuosity. This classic textbook of ophthalmlic pathology was written by two well-known and respected experts and teachers of the subspecialty.

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The book itself is an outgrowth from lectures given at post-graduate courses at the Scheie Eye Institute in Philadelphia and in Ophthalmic Pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. The explanatory notes are perhaps description and histological description. Search for books, journals or webpages

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