Part of the Fundamentals in Clinical Ophthalmology series, this new book on neuro-ophthalmology provides authoritative coverage of the diagnosis and management of the neuro-ophthalmological conditions. It covers the anatomical and physiological basis and makes the link between the ophthalmological manifestations and neurological roots of these commonly encountered conditions. Drawing in neurosurgery, neuroradiology , radiotherapy and neuro-otology as well, it is an ideal basic reference for ophthalmologists and neurologists in training..
Table of Contents
Contributors Preface Acknowledgements Synopsis of anatomy and physiology of the visual sensors systemClinical examination techniquesRetinal disorders in neuro-ophthalmologyOptic nerve and chiasmal diseasePost-chiasmal disease ocular myopathiesMyasthenia gravis and cranial nerve palsiesCentral disorders of eye movementsNystagmus and other involuntary eye movementsHeadache and facial pain Disorders of pupillary function Eyelid and facial disordersIndex