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Adler's physiology of the eye: clinical application 9th ed

Adler's physiology of the eye: clinical application 9th ed

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Adler, Francis Heed 1895-. Hart, William M.
서명 / 저자사항
Adler's physiology of the eye: clinical application / edited by William M. Hart, Jr.
판사항
9th ed.
발행사항
St. Louis :   Mosby Year Book ,   c1992.  
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xiv, 888 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
0801621070
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The eyelids / William M. Hart -- The lacrimal apparatus / Michael A. Lemp, Darrell E. Wolfley -- The cornea / Jay S. Pepose, John L. Ubels -- Somatic sensations from the eye / Harold Burton -- The extraocular muscles -- Section one: anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology / Ronald M. Burde, Steven E. Feldon -- Section two: the oculomotor system / Steven E. Feldon, Ronald M. Burde -- Section three: clinical assessment of binocular vision / A. Frances Walonker, Steven E. Feldon -- Ocular circulation / Albert Alm -- The ciliary epithelia and aqueous humor / Joseph Caprioli -- Intraocular pressure / William M. Hart, Jr. -- The vitreous / J. Sebag -- The lens / Christopher A. Patterson, Nicholas A. Delamere -- Accommodation and presbyopia: neuromuscular and biophysical aspects / Paul L. Kaufman -- The pupil / H. Stanley Thompson -- Radiometry and photometry / William M. Hart, Jr. -- The biochemistry of sensory transduction in vertebrate photoreceptors / John C. Saari -- Entoptic imagery / William M. Hart, Jr. -- Visual adaptation / William M. Hart, Jr. -- Visual acuity / Gerald Westheimer.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Eye --Physiology.
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Humans, Eyes, Physiology,,
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260 ▼a St. Louis : ▼b Mosby Year Book , ▼c c1992.
300 ▼a xiv, 888 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 28 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a The eyelids / William M. Hart -- The lacrimal apparatus / Michael A. Lemp, Darrell E. Wolfley -- The cornea / Jay S. Pepose, John L. Ubels -- Somatic sensations from the eye / Harold Burton -- The extraocular muscles -- Section one: anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology / Ronald M. Burde, Steven E. Feldon -- Section two: the oculomotor system / Steven E. Feldon, Ronald M. Burde -- Section three: clinical assessment of binocular vision / A. Frances Walonker, Steven E. Feldon -- Ocular circulation / Albert Alm -- The ciliary epithelia and aqueous humor / Joseph Caprioli -- Intraocular pressure / William M. Hart, Jr. -- The vitreous / J. Sebag -- The lens / Christopher A. Patterson, Nicholas A. Delamere -- Accommodation and presbyopia: neuromuscular and biophysical aspects / Paul L. Kaufman -- The pupil / H. Stanley Thompson -- Radiometry and photometry / William M. Hart, Jr. -- The biochemistry of sensory transduction in vertebrate photoreceptors / John C. Saari -- Entoptic imagery / William M. Hart, Jr. -- Visual adaptation / William M. Hart, Jr. -- Visual acuity / Gerald Westheimer.
505 0 ▼a (cont) The temporal responsiveness of vision / William M. Hart, Jr. -- The retina / Adolph I. Cohen -- The optic nerve / Douglas R. Anderson, Harry A. Quigley -- Electrical phenomena in the retina / Eliot L. Berson -- Color vision / William M. Hart, Jr. -- The central visual pathways / Jonathan C. Horton -- Binocular vision / Lawrence Tychsen.
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700 1 0 ▼a Hart, William M.
740 0 ▼a Physiology of the eye

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CONTENTS
1 The Eyelids, / WILLIAM M. HART Jr. [ M. D. ; Ph. D.] = 1
 Anatomy of the eyelid, = 1
 The cilia, = 2
 Secretions of the eyelid, = 3
 Eyelid movement, = 4
 Closure, = 8
 Reflex blinking, = 9
 Spontaneous blinking, = 9
 Blepharospasm, = 10
 Pathways for eyelid movement, = 11
 Associated movements of the eyelids, = 13
 The palpebral fissure, = 14
 The eyelids during sleep, = 16
2 The Lacrimal Apparatus,/ MICHAEL A. LEMP [ M. D.] ; DARRELL E. WOLFLEY [ M. D.] = 18
 The tear film-structure and formation,  = 19
 The tear film-maintenance and rupture, = 20
 Production of tears, = 21
 Clinical correlations, = 23
 Elimination of tears, = 24
 The Jones dye test, = 26
 Fluorescein dye disappearance test, = 26
 Dacryoscintigraphy, = 27
 Dacryocystography, = 27
3 The Cornea, / JAY S. PEPOSE [ M. D. , Ph. D.] ; JOHN L. UBELS [ Ph. D.]= 29
 Optical characteristics, = 29
 Anatomy and development, = 30
 Embryology and developmental anomalies, = 47
 Physiology, cell biology, and biochemistry = 48
 Corneal neovascularization, = 62
 Corneal pharmacology, = 63
4 Somatic Sensations from the Eye,/ HAROLD BURTON [ Ph. D.] = 71
 Trigeminal nerve : branches to the eye and surrounding tissue, = 71
 Innervation of the cornea, = 75
 Sensory innervation of other ocular structures, = 82
 Degeneration and regeneration of corneal nerve fibers, = 85
 Sensations from the cornea, = 88
 Somatic sensations from other parts of the eye, = 91
 Trigeminal nuclei, = 91
5 The Extraocular Muscles, = 101
 SECTION ONE : ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND PHARMCOLOGY / RONALD M. BURDE [ M. D.] ; STEVEN E. FELDON [ M. D.]
  Anatomic relationships between the extraocular muscles and the orbits,  = 101
  Actions of the extraocular muscles, = 107
  Structure of extraocular muscles, = 122
  Physiology of extraocular muscle fibers, = 128
  Pharmacology of the extraocular muscles, = 130
 SECTION TWO : THE OCULOMOTOR SYSTEM / STEVEN E. FELDON [ M. D.] ; RONALD M. BURDE [ M. D.]
  Afferent system, = 134
  The efferent system, = 135
  The conjugate eye movement system, = 143
  The saccadic system, = 156
  Complex oculomotor behavior, = 174
 SECTION THREE : CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF BINOCULAR VISION / A. FRANCES WALONKER [ C. O.] ; STEVEN E. FELDON [ M. D.]
  Fusion, = 183
  Diplopia, = 189
6 cular Circulation, / ALBERT ALM [ M. D.] = 198
 Anatomy, = 198
 Fine structure and blood-ocular barriers, = 204
 Techniques for measuring ocular blood flow, = 206
 Rate of blood flow and oxygen supply, = 209
 Control of circulation, = 212
 Nervous control of blood flow, = 216
 Effect of drugs on blood flow through the eye, = 218
 Metabolic control of ocular blood flow, = 218
 Formation and drainage of tissue fluid in the eye, = 220
 Ocular blood flow in ocular disease, = 221
7 The Ciliary Epithelia and Aqueous Humor, / JOSEPH CAPRIOLI [ M. D.] = 228
 The ciliary epithelia, = 228
 Aqueous humor formation, = 233
 Composition of normal aqueous humor, = 236
 Alterations of aqueous humor in disease, = 241
8 Intraocular Pressure, / WILLIAM M. HART  Jr. [ M. D. , Ph. D.]= 248
 Intraocular pressure : a dynamic equilibrium,  = 248
 Tonography, = 261
9 The Vitreous, / J. SEBAG [ M. D. , F. A. C. S. , F. C. Ophth.]= 268
 General background, = 268
 Structure, = 271
 Vitreous develpoment, 293
 Physiology and functions of the vitreous, = 305
 Aging of the vitreous, = 317
10 The Lens, / CHRISTOPHER A. PATTERSON [ Ph. D. ; D. Sc.] ; NICHOLAS A. DELAMERE [ Ph. D.] = 348
 Structure of th lens, = 349
 Composition of the lens, = 360
 Overview of lens metabolism, = 361
 Carbohydrates and energy metabolism, = 361
 Water and electrolyte balance, = 363
 Non-electrolyte transport mechanisms, = 366
 Lens proteins, = 368
 Lens lipids, = 371
 Glutathione and oxidation-reduction pathways, = 372
 Photobiology, = 373
 Cataract-general considerations, = 375
 Senile cataract, = 377
 Diabetic and galactosemic cataract(sugar cataract), = 380
 Ultraviolet light and cataract, = 381
 Ionizing radiation and microwave cataract, = 382
 Drug-induced cataract, = 383
 Treatment of cataract, = 383
11 Accommodation and Presbyopia : Neuromuscular and Biophysical Aspects, / PAUL L. KAUFMAN [ M. D.] = 391
 Aging of the accommodative mechanism : presbyopia,  = 402
12 The Pupil, / H STANLEY THOMPSON [ M. D.] = 412
 Anatomy, = 412
 Physiology, = 414
 Pharmacology of the pupil, = 418
 Afferent pupillary defects, = 423
 Pupil perimetry, = 426
 Efferent puillary defects, = 426
 Tonic pupil, = 428
 Pupillary light-near association, = 431
 Horner's syndrome, = 434
 Anisocoria, = 439
13 Radiometry and Photometry, / WILLIAM M. HART, Jr.[ M. D., Ph. D.] = 442
 Physical properties of light, = 443
 Units of radiometric measure, = 445
 Radiometry, = 446
 Radiant energy distribution in a retinal image, = 449
 Surgical uses of light energy, = 452
 Photometry and the spectral sensitivity of the eye, = 454
 Additivity of luminance, = 455
14 The Biochemistry of Sensory Transduction in Vertebrate Photoreceptors, / JOHN C. SAARI [ Ph. D.] = 460
 Carbohydrate metabolism,  = 460
 Visual pigments, = 462
 Bleaching of visual pigments, = 466
 Phototransduction, = 467
 Light adaptation, = 472
 Visual cycle, = 473
 Medical genetics, = 474
15 Entoptic imagery, / WILLIAM M. HART, Jr. [M. D., Ph. D.] = 485
 Imperfections in the ocular media, = 485
 Entoptic images arising from the tear film and cornea, = 486
 Physiologic and pathologic halos, = 487
 Entoptic images arising from the sun, = 488
 Entoptic images produced within the vitreous, = 488
 Vitreoretinal sources of entoptic images : Moore's lightning streaks, = 490
 Phosphenes of quick eye movement, = 490
 Purkinje figures : images of the retinal blood vessels, = 492
 The blue field entoptic phenomenon(flying spots), = 492
 Choriocapillary circulation, = 494
 Entoptic images influenced by the distribution of retinal nerve fibres : blue arcs of the retina, = 494
 Entoptic images arising from the outer plexiform layer : Haidinger's brushes, = 496
 Entoptic phenomena caused by properties of retinal photoreceptors, = 498
16 Visual Adaptation, / WILLIAM M. HART, Jr. [ M. D., Ph. D.] = 502
 Mechanisms of visual adaptation, = 502
 Subjective observations, = 503
 Psychophysical observations, = 504
 Early theories of vision and adaptation, = 509
 The psychophysics of rapid events in visual adaptation, = 510
 The psychophysics of slow events in visual adpatation, = 510
 Dark adaptation and regeneration of rhodopsin, = 511
 Equivalent background, = 512
 Adaptation of photoreceptors, = 514
 A psychophysical correlate of photoreceptor electrophysiology, = 516
 Adaptation in bipolar cells, = 517
 Adaptation in ganglion cells, = 518
 Automatic gain control, = 521
 Clinical disorders of visual adpatation, = 525
17 Visual Acuity, / GERALD WESTHEIMER [Ph. D., F. R. S.] = 531
 Specifications of the stimulus(physical basis), = 531
 Retinal anatomy, = 534
 Physiologic factors, = 534
 Acuity criteria, = 534
 Measurement of ordinary visual acuity(minimum angle of resolution), = 538
 Factors influencing visual acuity, = 540
 Sinusoidal grating targets, = 543
 Amblyopia, = 545
18 The Temporal Responsiveness of Vision, / WILLIAM M. HART, Jr. [ M. D., Ph. D.] = 548
 Short-and long-term events in vision, = 549
 Visual psychophysics of temproal phenomena, = 550
 Critical duration, = 550
 Temporal summation of spectrally different light stimuli, = 551
 The Broca-Sulzer effect, = 554
 Control of fixation, = 555
 Saccadic movements, = 556
 Oscillopsia, = 556
 Pursuit movements, = 557
 Phi movement, = 558
 Critical flicker frequency and Talbot's law, = 559
 Flicker perception and linear filter theory, = 562
 Flicker sensitivity in relation to stimulus color and size, = 565
 Electrophysiology of temporal responsiveness = 565
 Photoreceptors, = 566
 Bipolar cells and horizontal cells, = 568
 Bipolar pathways to ganglion cells, = 570
 The reponsiveness of retinal neurons to flicker, = 572
 Fast and slow optic nerve and optic tract fibers, = 573
 Cortical information processing, = 575
19 The Retina, / ADOLPH I. COHEN [Ph. D.] = 579
 Development of the retina,  = 579
 Pigment epithelium, = 581
 Cellular organization of the retina, = 583
 Blod supply of the retina, = 585
 Retinal neuroanatomy and its physiologic significance, = 585
 Photoreceptors, = 586
 Synaptic connections of the retina, = 595
 Role of glia, = 611
20 The Optic Nerve, / DOUGLAS R. ANDERSON [M. D.]; HARRY A. QUIGLEY [M. D.] = 616
 Normal physiology,  = 616
 Papilledema(optic nerve-head swelling), = 623
 Optic atrophy, = 625
 Glaucoma, = 626
21 Electrical Phenomena in the Retina, / ELIOT L. BERSON [M. D.] = 641
 The electroretinogram,  = 641
 The pattern electroretiongram, = 672
 Early receptor potential, = 675
 The electro-oculogram, = 682
 Microelectrode studies of the vertebrate retina, = 685
22 Color Vision, / WILLIAM M. HART, Jr. [M. D., Ph. D.] = 708
 Color and the visible spectrum, = 708
 Color mixing, metameric matches, and complementary wavelengths, = 712
 Neural encoding of color, = 714
 Congenital dyschromatopsias, = 717
 Acquired dyschromatopsias, = 721
23 The Central Visual Pathways, / JONATHAN C. HORTON [M. D., Ph. D.] = 728
 The retino-geniculo-cortical pathway, = 729
 Visual field examination, = 736
 Structure and function of the lateral geniculate body, = 739
 The primary visual cortex, = 743
 Extrastriate visual cortex, = 755
 Visual deprivation, = 759
24 Binocular Vision, / LAWRENCE TYCHSEN [M. D.] = 773
 Normal adult psychophysics, = 773
 Normal development of binocular vision, = 802
 Maldevelopment of binocular vision : strabismus and amblyopia, = 811
 Strabismus, = 813
 Amblyopia, = 830
 Binocular vision in other animals, = 840
Index, = 855


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