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26 Visual processing in the cortexPart 5 of a course at Stanford UniversityText; Image
27 Cortical visual phenomena (Anton's to Geschwind's)Part 6 of a course taught at Stanford UniversityText; Image
28 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
29 Compressive optic neuropathies potpourriAn overview of compressive optic neuropathies, including symptoms, varieties, testing, and treatments.Text; Image
30 The surgical management of Graves' orbitopathyText; Image
31 Controversies-Anatomy and Treatment of DyslexiaText; Image
32 The Visual process: tracing light from the retina to the cortexPhysiological basis of vision, including the optics of the eye and the retina and retinal pathways.Text; Image
33 The Neuro-ophthalmic manifestations of diabetesText; Image
34 Testing the functional patientDiscusses testing to distinguish organic ailments from psychosomatic or willful simulation of symptoms.Text; Image
35 AIDS: neuro-ophthalmologic manifestationsDiscusses various neuro-opthalmological complications to which AIDS patients are prone, and results of experimental testing on rabbits using PentoxifyllineText; Image
36 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
37 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
38 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
39 Extremely high resolution magnetic resonance imaging of the human optic nerve headMRI imagery of optic nerves demonstrates ability to identify cases of Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON).Text; Image
40 Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy: new insights?Text; Image
41 Pentoxifylline suppression of TNF-alpha mediated axonal degeneration in the rabbit optic nerveText; Image
42 Apoptosis of retinal ganglion cellsPresented at a conference on neuroprotection at Sedona, Arizona, 2002Text; Image
43 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
44 Induction of apoptosis by mitochondrial impairment in LHON and related diseasesText; Image
45 Engineering the visual systemPhysiological basis of vision, covering perimetry, retinal ganglion cell types, and retinal pathways.Text; Image
46 Medical-legal considerations: what you wish you didn't have to think aboutText; Image
47 Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy: a very large new pedigree in BrazilReport of an international field investigation to rural Brazil to study a cluster of LHON, including its genetic basisText; Image
48 Jonathan D. Wirtschafter, M.D., F.A.C.S.: Frank E. Burch Professor of OphthalmologyOverview of the life of Jonathan D. Wirtschafter on the occasion of the first annual Wirtschafter Lectureship, in August of 2003. Sadun gave the lecture, recapping an international field investigation to rural Brazil to study a cluster of LHON, including its genetic basisText; Image
49 Neuroprotection = Apoptosis of retinal ganglion cellsText; Image
50 HeadacheText; Image
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