- History and Principles of Ocular Ultrasonography
- Clinical Globe Anatomy
- Ocular Trauma/Endophthalmitis
- Ocular Tumors
- Optic Nerve
- Sclera/Ciliary Body/Anterior Segment
- Miscellaneous Case
There have been significant advancements in the field of ophthalmic ultrasound as this imaging technology can now detect and differentiate minute lesions in a wide variety of eye disorders. With understanding of the indications for ultrasonography and proper examination techniques, one can gather a vast amount of information not possible with a clinical exam alone. Clinical Atlas of Ophthalmic Ultrasound includes a short clinical description of each case presented and supplemented with high quality, color fundus images, wide-field images, CT/MRI scans, and/or pathologic slides where applicable.
Written for ophthalmologists, radiologists, echographers, and ophthalmic oncologists, this book offers more of a comprehensive clinical view on a particular disease, including multimodal imaging approach, rather than just ultrasound characteristics. Chapters covering clinical and surgical globe anatomy, vitreo-retinal disease, trauma, intraocular tumors, and optic nerve disorders are all included.
Abdulrahman H. Algaeed, COT, CDOSKing Khaled Eye Specialist HospitalRiyadh, Saudi Arabia
Igor Kozak, MD, PhDMoorfields Eye HospitalsMarina Village
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates