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51 Induction of apoptosis by mitochondrial impairment in LHON and related diseasesText; Image
52 Engineering the visual systemPhysiological basis of vision, covering perimetry, retinal ganglion cell types, and retinal pathways.Text; Image
53 Medical-legal considerations: what you wish you didn't have to think aboutText; Image
54 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
55 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
56 Teaching & learning in ophthalmology: improving lecture skillsText; Image
57 Neuroprotection = Apoptosis of retinal ganglion cellsText; Image
58 On being a program directorSpeech on the occasion of receiving the first Straatsma Award for Excellence in Resident Education in 2003.Text; Image
59 HeadacheText; Image
60 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
61 Neuro-surgical approaches to the orbitDiscusses specifics of various approaches to surgical treatment of lesions, including transcranial and transfrontal orbitotomiesText; Image
62 A Neuro-ophthalmologist's view of RGC apoptosis and neuroprotectionText; Image
63 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
64 Teaching & learning in ophthalmology: improving lecture skillsText; Image
65 The 360 degree evaluationEvaluation of medical residents by faculty, hospital staff, peers, and patients.Text; Image
66 The Process of resident selectionEvaluation and selection of residency candidates. Includes a section on "Ophthalmology matching program" presented at AAO meeting in Anaheim, Nov. 2003, with permission of Doug Perry.Text; Image
67 Accreditation and the RRCText; Image
68 Program director collaboration model: on being a program directorText; Image
69 Methods of resident evaluation: The 360 degree evaluationEvaluation of medical residents by faculty, hospital staff, peers, and patients.Text; Image
70 Apoptosis in LHON: an ROS explanationText; Image
71 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
72 Pupils and the neuro-ophthalmic manifestations of diabetesPresentation given in Italy on diagnosing neuro-opthalmic complications of diabetesText; Image
73 Preparing for the RRCText; Image
74 The diagnostic workup in patients with optic neuropathies (Metodo diagnostico)Text; Image
75 The diagnostic workup in patients with optic neuropathiesText; Image
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