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51 Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy: new lessons from a giant pedigree in BrazilReport of an international field investigation to rural Brazil to study a cluster of LHON, including its genetic basisText; Image
52 Neuro-surgical approaches to the orbitDiscusses specifics of various approaches to surgical treatment of lesions, including transcranial and transfrontal orbitotomiesText; Image
53 A Neuro-ophthalmologist's view of RGC apoptosis and neuroprotectionText; Image
54 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
55 Apoptosis in LHON: an ROS explanationText; Image
56 Mitochondrial optic neuropathies (MON)Combination of two presentations on optic nerve diseases, covering the cases in Cuba and Brazil. Titles: Cuban epidemic of optic neuopathy: even zealots must eat, or, Conversations with Castro and Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy: a very large new pedigree in BrazilText; Image
57 Pupils and the neuro-ophthalmic manifestations of diabetesPresentation given in Italy on diagnosing neuro-opthalmic complications of diabetesText; Image
58 The diagnostic workup in patients with optic neuropathies (Metodo diagnostico)Text; Image
59 The diagnostic workup in patients with optic neuropathiesText; Image
60 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
61 Posterior ischemic optic neuropathyDiscusses opthalmic complications of surgery, with example of shock-induced Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy following a hysterectomyText; Image
62 Optic nerve sheath decompression in the management of optic neuropathiesText; Image
63 Headache and visual lossText; Image
64 Distinguishing an optic neuropathy from a maculopathyPPT describing a case of optic neuropathy. Covers signs and symptoms, and various laboratory tests. Describes 10 signes of disc edema.Text; Image
65 Office techniques for detecting optic nerve diseaseDemonstration of brightness sense testing and of computer-generated graphics for Amsler grid testingText; Image
66 Optic nerve regenerationText; Image
67 Subclinical visual abnormalities in carriers with 11778 LHON from a 300 member Brazilian pedigreeReport of a multi-year international field investigation to rural Brazil to study a cluster of LHON, including its genetic roots.Text; Image
68 Beyond the Margulis hypothesis: the time bomb within usPresented at Harvard, 2005Text; Image
69 Toxic optic neuropathies: how much evidence should it take to convict?A critique of claims that the drug Amiodarone causes optic neuropathiesText; Image
70 How strong is the case for an association between PDE5 inhibitors and NAION?Text; Image
71 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
72 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
73 The expert witnessDiscussion and advice on serving as an expert witness during court casesText; Image
74 Optical coherence tomography (OCT) applications in the eyeOptical Coherence Tomography is a technique for non-invasive cross-sectional imaging of ocular tissues. This PowerPoint covers an overview of the technique with excellent diagrams and images.Text; Image
75 Visual fieldsText; Image
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