This is the first text to address pediatric retinal diseases. The book's broad scope spans the developmental and genetic aspects of pediatric retinal diseases; patient assessment and diagnosis, and medical management; surgical management; and rehabilitation. Abundant color illustrations enhance an outstanding text by world-renowned editors and contributors.
Table of Contents
Embryology Visual Assessment of the Infant and Child Pediatric Retinal Examination Genetics and Retinal Disease Posterior Segment Imaging in Infants and Children Metabolic Conditions Retinal Dystrophies and Degenerations Fundus Flavimaculatus/Stargardt's Disease Mitochondrial Disorders Hereditary Retinitis Pigmentosa Usher Disease Methods to Restore Vision Gene Therapy Retinoblastoma Other Tumors in Infants and Children Infectious Conditions affecting Infants and Children Inflammatory Conditions affecting Infants and Children World-wide Causes of Childhood Blindness Surgical Considerations in Infants and Children Preoperative Evaluation of Infant and Child Anesthesia of the Infant and Child Surgical Approaches to Infant and Childhood Retinal Diseases: Non-Invasive Methods Non-Invasive Approach Surgical Approaches to Infant and Childhood Retinal Diseases: Invasive Methods Conditions Associated with Retinal Detachment in Children Congenital Retinoschisis Retinopathy of Prematurity: Pathophysiology Treatment Of Advanced Retinopathy Of Prematurity: Peripheral Retinal Ablation And Vitreoretinal Surgery Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy Coats' Disease Persistent Fetal Vasculature Surgical Approaches to Uveitis Trauma Visual Rehabilitation in the Infant and Child