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51 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
52 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
53 Mitochondrial optic neuropathy: Mitochondria as gatekeepers for apoptosisText; Image
54 Mitochondrial optic neuropathy: mitochondria as gatekeepers for apoptosisPresentation at Harvard in 2006, focussing on Leber's Heriditary Optic NeuropathyText; Image
55 The Neuro-ophthalmic manifestations of diabetesText; Image
56 Neuro-surgical approaches to the orbitDiscusses specifics of various approaches to surgical treatment of lesions, including transcranial and transfrontal orbitotomiesText; Image
57 Neuroprotection = Apoptosis of retinal ganglion cellsText; Image
58 Office techniques for detecting optic nerve diseaseDemonstration of brightness sense testing and of computer-generated graphics for Amsler grid testingText; Image
59 On being a program directorSpeech on the occasion of receiving the first Straatsma Award for Excellence in Resident Education in 2003.Text; Image
60 Optic chiasm and anterior visual pathwaysText; Image
61 Optic disc edema: evaluating the swollen discPresentation at AAO 2006 meeting, distinguishing Optic disc edema from papilledemaText; Image
62 Optic disc edema: evaluating the swollen discPresentation at AAO 2007 meeting, distinguishing Optic disc edema from papilledemaText; Image
63 Optic nerve regenerationText; Image
64 Optic nerve sheath decompression in the management of optic neuropathiesText; Image
65 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
66 Optic neuritis treatment trialsText; Image
67 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
68 Pentoxifylline suppression of TNF-alpha mediated axonal degeneration in the rabbit optic nerveText; Image
69 Posterior ischemic optic neuropathyDiscusses opthalmic complications of surgery, with example of shock-induced Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy following a hysterectomyText; Image
70 Preparing for the RRCText; Image
71 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
72 Prognosis for vision in idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH)Treatment options for Pseudotumor cerebri and PapilledemaText; Image
73 Program director collaboration model: on being a program directorText; Image
74 Pupils and fields: the importance of assessing the optic nerveText; Image
75 Pupils and the neuro-ophthalmic manifestations of diabetesPresentation given in Italy on diagnosing neuro-opthalmic complications of diabetesText; Image
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