2009

Ischemia and Loss of Vascular Autoregulation in Ocular and Cerebral Diseases

A New Perspective

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ISBN: 978-0-387-09715-2 (Print) 978-0-387-09716-9 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

  2. Invasive Studies of the Parameters Regulating Ocular Physiology and Vision

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 1-9

      “In Vivo” Manometric Studies of the Steady State Intraocular Pressure and the Intraocular Pressure Pulse in Animals and Man

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      Pages 11-14

      The Rate of Formation of the Aqueous Humor

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      Pages 15-18

      The Steady State Intraocular Pressure/Flow Relations in Dead and Living Animal and Human Eyes

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      Pages 19-26

      Homeostasis, Autoregulation, and Relative Ischemia

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      Pages 27-30

      The Pressure/Volume Relation in Eyes of Dead and Living Animal and Human Eyes

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      Pages 31-34

      The Ocular Perfusion Pressure and Its Influence on the Intraocular Pressure Pulse

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      Pages 35-40

      Direct and Indirect Measurements of Ocular Blood Flow in Anesthetized and Conscious Animals and Humans

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      Pages 41-43

      The Morphology and Hydrodynamics of the Chamber Angle Draining the Aqueous Humor

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      Pages 45-53

      The Sympathetic Nerve Innervation of the Eye and the Actions of the Adrenergic Neuron Transmitter Norepinephrine on Intraocular Pressure and Ocular Blood Flow

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      Pages 55-57

      Manometric Studies 
on the Intraocular Pressure and Vascular Circulation in Ophthalmic Disease

    12. Back Matter

      Pages 1-5

  3. Noninvasive Studies on the IOP, PA, and Blood Flow Autoregulation in Healthy and Diseased Eyes

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 67-69

      Indirect Measurements of the Intraocular Pressure and the Intraocular Pressure Pulse

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      Pages 71-75

      The Effect of Posture and Corneal Thickness on the Measurement of the Intraocular Pressure

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      Pages 77-83

      The Langham Pneumatic Analogue and Digitized Tonometers

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      Pages 85-88

      The Calibration of the Intraocular Pressure and the Intraocular Pressure Pulse using the Langham Pneumatic Tonometer

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      Pages 89-90

      The Theory of the Langham Tonometer

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      Pages 91-97

      The Intraocular Pressure/Pulse Amplitude Relation in Healthy Animal and Human Eyes

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      Pages 99-115

      The Intraocular Pressure/Pulse Amplitude Relation and Loss of Autoregulation in Ocular Diseases

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      Pages 117-120

      Autoregulation of the Intraocular Pressure and the Ocular Blood Flow

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      Pages 121-123

      The Evaluation of Ocular Ischemia and the Loss of Autoregulation for the Early Detection of Ocular Vascular Diseases

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      Pages 125-130

      The Action of Drugs on Ocular Blood Flow and on the Intraocular Pressure/Pulse Amplitude Relation

    12. Back Matter

      Pages 1-6

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