1 - 25 of 92
Number of results to display per page
1 Beyond the Margulis hypothesis: the time bomb within usPresented at 36th Annual Doheny Days, 2005Text; Image
2 Optic nerve tumors: diagnosis and therapyPowerppoint lecture covers a patient case, differential diagnosis, and optic nerve anatomy. Also includes examination information, fundus images and visual field defects.Text; Image
3 Prognosis for vision in idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH)Treatment options for Pseudotumor cerebri and PapilledemaText; Image
4 Toxic optic neuropathies: mitochondria and the RGCDiscussion of various forms of mitrochondrial optic neuropathies and how to distinguish from toxic optic neuropathies, with examples from Cuba and Brazil.Text; Image
5 Mitochondrial optic neuropathy: Mitochondria as gatekeepers for apoptosisText; Image
6 Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON): New rules of engagementText; Image
7 Viagra and vision loss: does sex make you blind?At a formal debate during a meeting in Canada in Sept. 2006, Sadun was assigned the role of arguing the case FOR a connection between taking phosphodiesterase 5 (PDE5) inhibitors and developing anterior ischemic optic neuropathy.Text; Image
8 Management approach to isolated ocular motor nerve palsiesText; Image
9 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
10 Mitochondrial optic neuropathy: mitochondria as gatekeepers for apoptosisPresentation at Harvard in 2006, focussing on Leber's Heriditary Optic NeuropathyText; Image
11 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
12 Viagra and vision loss: does sex make you blind?Text; Image
13 Teaching Residents Ophthalmology in the 21st CenturyDiscusses teaching residents Ophthalmology. Covers issues relating to accreditation and the history of the ACGME. Accreditation criteria and core competencies are outlined.Text; Image
14 Visual cortex and weird phenomena (Anton's to Riddoch's)Text; Image
15 Pupils and fields: the importance of assessing the optic nerveText; Image
16 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
17 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
18 Optic neuritis treatment trialsText; Image
19 How mitochondria orchestrate the death of RGCs : from Brazil to Tuebingen to Rochester 2007Text; Image
20 Distinguishing optic nerve vs. retinal lesionsPPT describing methods of distinguishing optic nerve verses retinal lesions. Describes a pateint case. Discussed signs, symtpoms and diagnostic tests.Text; Image
21 Visual processing in the cortexPart 5 of a course at Stanford UniversityText; Image
22 Cortical visual phenomena (Anton's to Geschwind's)Part 6 of a course taught at Stanford UniversityText; Image
23 Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON) in Brazil: OpportunitiesReport of an international field investigation to rural Brazil to study a cluster of LHON, including its genetic roots. Presented at Allergan, 2006.Text; Image
24 Compressive optic neuropathies potpourriAn overview of compressive optic neuropathies, including symptoms, varieties, testing, and treatments.Text; Image
25 The surgical management of Graves' orbitopathyText; Image
1 - 25 of 92