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1 The 360 degree evaluationEvaluation of medical residents by faculty, hospital staff, peers, and patients.Text; Image
2 A Neuro-ophthalmologist's view of RGC apoptosis and neuroprotectionText; Image
3 Accreditation and the RRCText; Image
4 The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education's (ACGME) The New CompetencesPresented at the PAAA/AAO Symposium on Teaching Residents Ophthalmology in the 21st Century, in Buenos Aires, July 2007Text; Image
5 Acute retrobulbar optical neuropathyPPT covering acute retrobulbar optic neuropathy, including ischemic, inflammatory, anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (AION) and non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION).Text; Image
6 AIDS: neuro-ophthalmologic manifestationsDiscusses various neuro-opthalmological complications to which AIDS patients are prone, and results of experimental testing on rabbits using PentoxifyllineText; Image
7 An epidemic of blindness in Cuba: lessons on nutrition and mitochondriaPresented at Stanford in April 2007, recapping the 1990s expedition to Cuba to investigate causes of blindness epidemicText; Image
8 Anatomy and physiology of the optic nerveLecture covering the anatomy and physiology of the optic nerve. Covers the retina and anterior visual pathways. Several slides show microscopic images of optic nerve damage.Text; Image
9 Anatomy and physiology of vision: the visual pathwaysIntroduction to neuro-ophthalmology, covering the optic nerve, the afferent visual system (eye to brain), the pupil (Afferent-Efferent Reflex), and the efferent visual system (eye movements).Text; Image
10 Apoptosis in LHON: an ROS explanationText; Image
11 Apoptosis of retinal ganglion cellsPresented at a conference on neuroprotection at Sedona, Arizona, 2002Text; Image
12 Are IV steroids and anti-platelet agents indicated in every case of GCA?From a debate at a meeting in Canada in Sept. 2006, with Sadun taking the "pro" position.Text; Image
13 Atypical optic neuropathiesA discussion of atypical optic neuropathies.Text; Image
14 Beyond the Margulis hypothesis: the time bomb within usPresented at 36th Annual Doheny Days, 2005Text; Image
15 Beyond the Margulis hypothesis: the time bomb within usPresented at Harvard, 2005Text; Image
16 Beyond visual acuity: New measures in the evaluation of visionUse of Amsler charts and 3-D computer imaging to evaluate visual acuity, sensitivity, and healthText; Image
17 Beyond visual acuity: New measures in the evaluation of visionUse of Amsler charts and 3-D computer imaging to evaluate visual acuity, sensitivity, and healthText; Image
18 Circadian rhythms: how much retina do we need for a good night's sleep?Discusses importance of the health of the retinohypothalamic tract in the maintenance of circadian rhythm.Text; Image
19 The clinical spectrum of amiodarone-associated optic neuropathySadun's response to a paper by L.N. Johnson, G.B. Kroheld, and E.R. Thomas at 2004 AAO meetingText; Image
20 Color vision: insights into our origins and some of our artists-from Darwin to DelacroixDiscussion of origins and physiology of color vision in different species, distinction between addition and subtraction of colors, and how painters get around the differenceText; Image
21 Compressive optic neuropathies potpourriAn overview of compressive optic neuropathies, including symptoms, varieties, testing, and treatments.Text; Image
22 Controversies-Anatomy and Treatment of DyslexiaText; Image
23 Cortical visual phenomena (Anton's to Geschwind's)Part 6 of a course taught at Stanford UniversityText; Image
24 Cuban epidemic of optic neuopathy: even zealots must eat, or, Conversations with CastroA team of neuro-opthalmologists visits Cuba in 1993 and 1994, and attempts to treat patients with vision disordersText; Image
25 Cuban epidemic of optic neuopathy: even zealots must eat, or, Conversations with CastroA team of neuro-opthalmologists visits Cuba in 1993 and 1994, and attempts to treat patients with vision disordersText; Image
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