3 edition of Clinicopathologic correlation of ocular disease found in the catalog.
Clinicopathologic correlation of ocular disease
David J. Apple
|Statement||[by] David J. Apple [and] Maurice F. Rabb.|
|Contributions||Rabb, Maurice F., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RE46 .A66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 429 p.|
|Number of Pages||429|
|LC Control Number||74010744|
Rao NA, Hidayat AA, McLean IW, Zimmerman LE: Sebaceous carcinomas of the ocular adnexa; a clinicopathologic study of cases, with five-year follow-up data. Hum Pathol , PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2. The right eye was involved in 29 patients and the left eye in 27; 1 1 (24%) patients had bilateral involvement. Mean follow-up was 49 months (range: months). Leukokoria was the most common Cited by:
eye. •During each cardiac cycle, the velocity of the blood-flow within the retina is changed dramatically. •Because of this change, the eye has built in autoregulation mechanisms that attempt to maintain constant blood pressure within the retina. •These mechanisms can fail and without proper autoregulation, some eye diseases can develop. x We thank Drs Fard and Subramanian for their interest in our paper and appreciate the opportunity to clarify important issues. They raised a question on the validity of comparing retinal peripapillary vascularity between optic disc edema (ODE) and optic disc drusen (ODD).
Solitary fibrous tumors (SFTs), also known as localized fibrous tumors or fibrous mesotheliomas, are rare spindle cell neoplasms first reported as arising from the pleura. 1 Although most reported SFTs arose within the thoracic cavity, SFTs from a wide range of anatomic sites have now been reported. Because of the rarity of this tumor, little is known about its clinical behavior. Rubin’s Pathology: Clinicopathologic Foundations of Medicine, 7e David S. Strayer, Emanuel Rubin, Jeffrey E. Saffitz, Alan L. Schiller Buy Now in Print.
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Clinicopathologic correlation of ocular disease: A text and stereoscopic atlas Out of Print--Limited Availability. " a survey of pathologic conditions of the eye by correlating the clinical or gross pathologic appearance of disease tissues with the histopathologic appearance of the various disease entities".5/5(1).
Unlike other such volumes, the page book and histology, serves as basis for the subsequent sections on congenital and pediatric ocular disease, corneal inflammation, degeneration and dystrophy, lenticular and glaucomatous anomalies, uveal, retinal, and adnexal disease, and ocular trauma.
Clinicopathologic Correlation of Ocular Cited by: 1. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Alec Garner.
In the previous edition, the lens and glaucoma were combined in a single chapter; retinoblastoma, phakomatoses, and the optic nerve were included in the chapter on fundus diseases. In the new edition, a separate chapter is devoted to each of these important topics, making the book 97 pages longer (and more expensive).Author: J.
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Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or. Clinicopathologic correlation of ocular surface squamous neoplasia from a university hospital in North Taiwan to Author links open overlay panel I-Hsin Ma a Fung-Rong Hu a I-Jong Wang a Wei-Li Chen a Ya-Jui Hsu a Hsiao-Sang Chu a Chang-Tsu Yuan b Yu-Chih Hou a c dCited by: 2.
19th edition, June Once again, Review of Optometry is pleased to share with you the expertise of clinican-educators Alan Kabat, OD, Joseph Sowka, OD, and Andrew Gurwood, Handbook provides concise, evidence-based advice on how to manage an array of ocular diseases, be they commonplace or current issue discusses 30 diseases, and an upcoming digital archive due.
It is a growing concern worldwide due to its global presence and its slow decline. 1,2 The correct diagnosis of ocular TB is a clinical challenge because ocular disease can occur frequently in the.
I think when it comes to doing the clinicopathologic correlation, both the dermatologist and pathologist should collaborate - in the East we have a saying that it takes two hands to clap.
Our role in this collaboration should be, I believe, to try to obtain history and. Clinicopathologic Correlation of Ocular Disease: A Text and Stereoscopic Atlas; Email alerts.
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Clinicopathologic Correlation of a Case of Adenocarcinoma of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium Author links open overlay panel Joseph T. Fan M.D. Dennis M. Robertson M.D. 1 R. Jean Campbell M.B. Ch.B Cited by: Clinicopathologic Correlation of Ocular Disease: A Text and Stereoscopic Atlas By Alec Garner Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: William H.
Spencer. We have correlated the clinical and histopathologic features of the eyes and central nervous system in a patient with Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome who died at age 11 years.
The main ocular findings included degeneration of photoreceptors, marked thinning of the outer nuclear and outer plexiform layers, retinal gliosis, narrowing and obliteration of blood vessel with a perivascular cuffing of Cited by: Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus | Clinicopathologic Correlation of Ocular Disease, a text and stereoscopic atlas, second edition, by David J.
Apple Cited by: A year-old woman developed marked choroidal folds in the right eye secondary to a massive tumor in the right orbit. The patient underwent a modified exenteration with debulking of the tumor, thus providing the opportunity to do a clinicopathologic correlation on the choroidal athologically, the orbital tumor proved to be an unusually aggressive malignant hemangiopericytoma.
A clinicopathological correlation (CPC) can be described as an objective summary and correlation of clinical findings with gross and microscopic findings and with the results of other studies performed at autopsy, to describe the death and elucidate the sequence of events leading to death A discussion or listing of the underlying cause or causes of death and the immediate cause should be.
The disease may present different phenotypes in the same family, 12 or in the two eyes of the same individual, 10,11 or even in the same eye at Cited by: Optical Coherence Tomography of Ocular Diseases, Third Edition is written with the clinician in mind.
The text’s primary objective is to illustrate the appearance of the eye in health and disease, comparing conventional clinical technologies using spectral domain OCT imaging.
This method introduces the clinician to the manifestations of Cited by: Clinical correlation is recommended when results from a diagnostic test, including biopsies, x-rays or MRIs, are abnormal.
In this instance, the physician uses a combination of results from the diagnostic test and an individual's age, previous medical history, clinical test and other relevant results to make a definitive diagnosis. Previous corneal disease was alcaline burn in 4 eyes, multiple graft failure in 3 eyes, Stevens-Johnson syndrome in 1 eye and thermal injury in 1 eye.
Best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) was hand. Abstract. Objectives: To describe the radiologic and clinicopathologic features of extranodal Rosai-Dorfman disease (RDD) in our patient population. Methods: Via a data mining engine, we evaluated 13 cases of extranodal RDD in 10 patients treated at our institution from to Results: There was a marked female predominance (90%) in our series.
The most common clinical Cited by: A wide spectrum of pathological specimens are reviewed on the Eye Pathology Service.
Special techniques, including immunohistochemistry and electron microscopy are available. Projects in cell culture, morphometric analysis, and clinicopathologic correlation are available.
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