Clinical diagnosis and treatment of diseases in Department of Ophthalmology

Date of publication:2011-9   Press: Liao Ruiduan, Luo Rongjiang, Wang Shenming science and Technology Literature Press (2011-09)   Author:Liao Ruiduan, Luo Rongjiang  
Summary

The copyright page: illustration: (a) 1 special types of glaucoma diagnosis history must be got rid of other types of glaucoma can be established diagnosis. Therefore, must be detailed inquiry medical history, the exact understanding of pathogenesis and treatment of eye disease, previous history. 2 special types of glaucoma clinical manifestations because of the different types of different expressions, see the following clinical types. (two) the clinical type 1 plateau iris glaucoma plateau iris glaucoma is a rare and special chronic angle closure glaucoma, clinical symptom hiding, the majority of non congestive, sometimes also can behave similar to acute congestive glaucoma. The incidence of glaucoma accounted for total closure angle glaucoma 6%, female patients more, age of onset of lighter, more in the 30 to 50 years old, often have a family history of closure angle glaucoma. Plateau iris (Plateauiris) structure is inserted in the ciliary body iris root, peripheral iris angular shaped fold forward again to the anatomical structure of the pupil area. It is characterized by the formation of the real angle narrow and shallow anterior chamber is not shallow, but the central. On the basis of iris pleat height can be divided into partial and complete two; incomplete because of iris fold lower, clinical manifestations of chronic process; complete namely iris fold higher, clinical manifestations of acute glaucoma. Angle closure glaucoma general types of the pupillary block increases, iris happen bulge, or lens swelling, pushed by the iris, anterior chamber axis zone very shallow. Plateau iris glaucoma is different from the above, it has the following three characteristics: ① clinical disproportionate central and peripheral anterior chamber depth: axial anterior chamber depth (greater than 4 normal corneal thickness), while the surrounding and angle very narrow; the center of the iris is flat and peripheral bulge: flat iris pupil area, but the peripheral iris too much, so iris folds became apparent, uplift folds are crowded in the angle of anterior chamber intraocular pressure elevation; the plateau iris caused by peripheral iridectomy, after the anechoic chamber test positive results to diagnose, chamber angle examination is closed in the dark light, the light is open, UBM examination could help diagnosis.
Catalogue of books

The first chapter Department of ophthalmology examination method first eye function test second day eye shape inspection section third ophthalmoscopy fourth slit lamp microscopy fifth gonioscopy sixth section three mirror inspection section seventh intraocular pressure examination eighth retinal artery pressure measuring section ninth corneal special inspection of the tenth eye movement test section eleventh refractive examination twelfth section thirteenth ocular ultrasonography of fundus fluorescein angiography of fourteenth optical coherence tomography fifteenth section computed tomography examination in sixteenth section of magnetic resonance imaging in seventeenth day eye microbial test specimen collection chapter second eyelid disease first eyelid inflammation second eyelid position and functional abnormalities in section third section fourth eyelid eyelid tumor congenital anomaly of chapter third lacrimal apparatus disease the first section of tear secretion system diseases second tear drainage system diseases fourth chapter conjunctival disease with dry eye first bacterial conjunctivitis trachoma second day third Festival viral conjunctivitis section fourth immunity conjunctivitis allergic conjunctivitis fifth section sixth section of conjunctival nevi fifth chapter seventh section of dry eye cornea and sclera disease first keratitis second festival corneal changes And malnutrition third corneal congenital anomalies of fourth contact lens induced corneal complications in fifth scleral disease sixth corneal transplant general section seventh penetrating keratoplasty in eighth day lamellar keratoplasty in Chapter sixth, chapter seventh first quarter of vitreous diseases cataract posterior vitreous detachment second synchysis scintillans third star vitreous lesions in fourth day PHPV in section fifth, vitreous hemorrhage in sixth section of chapter eighth first quarter vitreous inflammatory glaucoma overview section second of primary angle closure glaucoma in third day of primary open angle glaucoma fourth special types of glaucoma fifth secondary glaucoma sixth developmental glaucoma glaucoma operation ninth chapter seventh section of grape membrane disease first uveitis general section second each on third special types of uveitis uveitis fourth uveal congenital anomaly fifth uveal neoplasms tenth chapter retinopathy first retinal vascular disease in section second section third retinal detachment with macular diseases fourth primary pigmentary degeneration of retina retinal tumor in eleventh chapter fifth section of optic nerve diseases section as the milk. The second section of swollen optic neuritis in third ischemic optic neuropathy fourth Leber optic neuropathy in fifth section of optic disc vasculitis sixth toxic optic neuropathy in section seventh, optic nerve atrophy in eighth day of morning glory syndrome in the first section of twelfth chapter second section myopia hyperopia astigmatism in section third section fourth anisometropic chapter thirteenth the adjustment of the eye the first section and set abnormal regulation and collecting second abnormal section third section fourth section of presbyopia visual fatigue strabismus fifth nystagmus chapter fourteenth orbital disease section lanalyzes the second day orbital inflammatory lesions in third sections of thyroid related immune orbitopathy fourth orbital vascular lesions fifth orbital tumors fifteenth chapter ocular trauma section lanalyzes the theory in section second the sixteenth chapter common systemic disease of fundus changes of the first section hypertensive retinopathy in second day diabetic retinopathy third systemic lupus erythematosus fundus changes in fourth leukemia were fifth acquired immunodeficiency syndrome fundus displays sixth radiation optic neuropathy and retinopathy seventh pituitary tumor ocular manifestations of the seventeenth chapter of blindness and low vision. An eyeball has Guan Zheng Constant sign references @##@ appendix two common in Department of Ophthalmology "The preparation of clinical diagnosis and treatment of diseases in Department of ophthalmology in general" is the editor in chief of our hospital in the planning guidance, the main reference Department of Ophthalmology Li Fengming before a large professional academic works "book", the famous department of Ophthalmology Department of Ophthalmology experts Ge Jian, Zhao Liang prepared 8 year textbook "Department of Ophthalmology" and the Chinese Medical Association, authority "the clinical operation norm Department of Ophthalmology." and other related documents, combined with our clinical experience, with practical procedures of common disease in Department of Ophthalmology, frequently occurring disease as the main line to write the book, maneuverability and practicability has stronger. Hope this book for beginners and grassroots Department of Ophthalmology Department of Ophthalmology doctors benefit.
Chapter excerpt

Ophthalmology"Disease for clinical diagnosis and treatment is one of the clinical diagnosis and treatment series.
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  •   Is mainly used to understand the disease!!
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