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Ophthalmic Pathology : Interactive with Clinical Correlation.

Author: I S Othman
Publisher: The Hague : Kugler Publications, 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ophthalmic pathology is a mainstay in ophthalmic practice. A deep understanding of ophthalmic pathology is essential to being a good clinician, since what is seen from other disease entities in ophthalmic practice is simply an interpretation of gross pathology and sometimes a microscopic evaluation of diseases. Ophthalmic pathology is usually directed to ophthalmologists by general pathologists. Ophthalmologists are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: I S Othman
ISBN: 9789062998487 9062998488
OCLC Number: 609842312
Description: 1 online resource (363 pages)
Contents: PREFACE; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; CHAPTER 1. PATHOLOGY OF INFLAMMATION; Acute inflammation; Chronic inflammation; Components of inflammatory response; Inflammatory mediators; Inflammatory cells; Immunology; Immune response; CHAPTER 2. TRAUMA AND WOUND HEALING; Blunt trauma; Penetrating and perforating trauma; Mechanical effects; Sympathetic ophthalmia:; Intraocular foreign body (IOFB):; Chemical trauma; CHAPTER 3. PATHOLOGY OF THE EYELID; Introduction and terminology; Congenital and developmental lesions; Cryptophthalmos; Coloboma; Congenital ptosis; Congenital entropion; Xeroderma pigmentosa. Ichthyosis congenitaBlepharophimosis; Epicanthus; Epiblepharon; Distichiasis; Microblepharon; Ankyloblepharon; Phakomatous choristoma; Aging changes; Dermatochalasis; Senile ptosis; Inflammatory lesions; Inflammation of the eyelid glands; Blepharitis; Viral infections of the eyelid; Fungal infection; Parasitic infestations; Phthiriasis palpebrarum; Dermodicosis (Demodex folliculorum and D. brevis); Myiasis; Leishmaniasis; Cysticercosis; Chronic g.

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Ophthalmic pathology is a mainstay in ophthalmic practice. A deep understanding of ophthalmic pathology is essential to being a good clinician, since what is seen from other disease entities in ophthalmic practice is simply an interpretation of gross pathology and sometimes a microscopic evaluation of diseases. Ophthalmic pathology is usually directed to ophthalmologists by general pathologists. Ophthalmologists are not used to identifying diseases at a histopathological or cellular level. The pathogenesis of diseases is dependent on ongoing changes over time, something that is difficult to ill.

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