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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 Cushing and ophthalmologyFrom a lecture at Yale in 2006, reviewing the life of Harvey Cushing, the founder of neurosurgery.Text; Image
11 Mitochondrial optic neuropathy: mitochondria as gatekeepers for apoptosisPresentation at Harvard in 2006, focussing on Leber's Heriditary Optic NeuropathyText; Image
12 Optic disc edema: evaluating the swollen discPresentation at AAO 2006 meeting, distinguishing Optic disc edema from papilledemaText; Image
13 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
14 Viagra and vision loss: does sex make you blind?Text; Image
15 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
16 Visual cortex and weird phenomena (Anton's to Riddoch's)Text; Image
17 Optic disc edema: evaluating the swollen discPresentation at AAO 2007 meeting, distinguishing Optic disc edema from papilledemaText; Image
18 Pupils and fields: the importance of assessing the optic nerveText; Image
19 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
20 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
21 Optic neuritis treatment trialsText; Image
22 How mitochondria orchestrate the death of RGCs : from Brazil to Tuebingen to Rochester 2007Text; Image
23 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
24 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
25 Optic chiasm and anterior visual pathwaysText; Image
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