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Noninvasive Diagnostic Techniques in Ophthalmology

  • Barry R. Masters

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxii
  2. Paul G. Rehkopf, Joseph W. Warnicki
    Pages 1-16
  3. Theo Seiler, Thomas Bende
    Pages 17-31
  4. Jeffrey L. Taveras, Barrett G. Haik
    Pages 32-46
  5. Mary E. Smith, Barrett G. Haik, D. Jackson Coleman
    Pages 47-60
  6. Stephen D. Klyce, Steven A. Dingeldein
    Pages 61-81
  7. Phillip C. Baker
    Pages 82-98
  8. Charles J. Koester, Calvin W. Roberts
    Pages 99-121
  9. Barry R. Masters, Yim-Kul Lee, William T. Rhodes
    Pages 122-141
  10. Michael A. Lemp, William D. Mathers
    Pages 142-151
  11. Barry R. Masters, Gordon S. Kino
    Pages 152-171
  12. James V. Jester, H. Dwight Cavanagh, Michael A. Lemp
    Pages 172-188
  13. Russell L. McCally, Richard A. Farrell
    Pages 189-210
  14. Roger W. Beuerman, Hilary W. Thompson
    Pages 211-222
  15. Barry R. Masters
    Pages 223-247
  16. Richard F. Brubaker, David M. Maurice, Jay W. McLaren
    Pages 248-280
  17. Otto Hockwin, Kazuyuki Sasaki, Sidney Lerman
    Pages 281-318
  18. Sven-Erik Bursell, Nai-Teng Yu
    Pages 319-341
  19. Robert H. Webb
    Pages 438-450
  20. Jay M. Enoch, Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan
    Pages 451-478
  21. Paul E. Kilbride, Harris Ripps
    Pages 479-498
  22. Josef F. Bille, Andreas W. Dreher, Gerhard Zinser
    Pages 528-547
  23. Michael H. Goldbaum, Shankar Chatterjee, Subhasis Chaudhuri, Norman Katz
    Pages 548-568
  24. Andreas Albrecht Thaer, Otto-Christian Geyer, Franz Andreas Kaszli
    Pages 569-590
  25. Gregory J. Klein, Robert W. Flower, Robert H. Bäumgartner
    Pages 598-609
  26. Back Matter
    Pages 610-649

About this book

Introduction

Noninvasive Diagnostic Techniques in Ophthalmology explores the special noninvasive tools developed to function as diagnostic indicators and to further our understanding of ocular function. The volume's focus is on new development in instrumentation and techniques for studying the cornea, lens, retina, vitreous, and aqueous dynamics; whereby special attention is given to how each technique has improved our understanding of basic processes and diagnostic capability. Theoretical aspects, possible sources of error, current problems and limitations, safety evaluation, and future applications and directions are considered. Topics examined include ophthalmic image processing; magnetic resonance imaging of the eye and orbit; diagnostic ocular ultrasound; corneal topography; holographic contour analysis of the cornea; wide field and color specular microscopy; use of the Fourier transform method for statistical evaluation of corneal endothelial morphology; confocal microscopy; in vivo corneal redox fluorometry; evaluation of cataract function with the Scheimp-flug camera; fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy of the crystallin lens; in vivo uses of quasi-elastic light scattering; fundus reflectometry; and clinical visual psychophysics measurements. The book offers discussions of fractal analysis of human retinal blood vessel patterns, scanning laser tomography of the living human eye, fundus imaging and diagnostic screening for public health, and digital image processing for ophthalmology, as well as a detailed appendix comprising additional topics and sources.

Keywords

Augenheilkunde blood vessel diagnostics endothelium eye fluorescence imaging laser magnetic resonance microscopy morphology retina safety spectroscopy tomography

Editors and affiliations

  • Barry R. Masters
    • 1
  1. 1.Georgia Institute of TechnologyAtlantaUSA

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