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TitleNoninvasive Diagnostic Techniques in Ophthalmology [electronic resource] / edited by Barry R. Masters
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1990
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-8896-8
Descript XXXII, 649 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Noninvasive Diagnostic Techniques in Ophthalmology explores the special noninvasive tools developed to function as diagnostic indicators and to further our understanding of ocular function. The volume's focus is on new development in instrumentation and techniques for studying the cornea, lens, retina, vitreous, and aqueous dynamics; whereby special attention is given to how each technique has improved our understanding of basic processes and diagnostic capability. Theoretical aspects, possible sources of error, current problems and limitations, safety evaluation, and future applications and directions are considered. Topics examined include ophthalmic image processing; magnetic resonance imaging of the eye and orbit; diagnostic ocular ultrasound; corneal topography; holographic contour analysis of the cornea; wide field and color specular microscopy; use of the Fourier transform method for statistical evaluation of corneal endothelial morphology; confocal microscopy; in vivo corneal redox fluorometry; evaluation of cataract function with the Scheimp-flug camera; fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy of the crystallin lens; in vivo uses of quasi-elastic light scattering; fundus reflectometry; and clinical visual psychophysics measurements. The book offers discussions of fractal analysis of human retinal blood vessel patterns, scanning laser tomography of the living human eye, fundus imaging and diagnostic screening for public health, and digital image processing for ophthalmology, as well as a detailed appendix comprising additional topics and sources


CONTENT

1 Ophthalmic Image Processing -- 2 Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Eye and Orbit -- 3 Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Ophthalmology -- 4 Diagnostic Ocular Ultrasonography -- 5 Corneal Topography -- Appendix: Considerations in Corneal Surface Reconstruction from Keratoscope Images -- 6 Holographic Contour Analysis of the Cornea -- 7 Wide-Field Specular Microscopy -- 8 Fourier Transform Method for Statistical Evaluation of Corneal Endothelial Morphology -- 9 Color Specular Microscopy -- 10 Confocal Microscopy of the Eye -- 11 Confocal Microscopic Imaging of the Living Eye with Tandem Scanning Confocal Microscopy -- 12 Light Scattering from Cornea and Corneal Transparency -- 13 Evaluation of Corneal Sensitivity -- 14 In Vivo Corneal Redox Fluorometry -- 15 Fluorometry of the Anterior Segment -- 16 Evaluating Cataract Development with the Scheimpflug Camera -- 17 Fluorescence and Raman Spectroscopy of the Crystalline Lens -- 18 In Vivo Uses of Quasi-Elastic Light Scattering Spectroscopy as a Molecular Probe in the Anterior Segment of the Eye -- 19 Assessment of Posterior Segment Transport by Vitreous Fluorophotometry -- 20 Retinal Blood Flow: Laser Doppler Velocimetry and Blue Field Simulation Technique -- 21 Fundus Geometry Measured with the Analyzing Stereo Video Ophthalmoscope -- 22 Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope -- 23 Clinical Visual Psychophysics Measurements -- 24 Fundus Reflectometry -- 25 Measurement of Retina and Optic Nerve Oxidative Metabolism in Vivo via Dual Wavelength Reflection Spectrophotometry of Cytochrome a, a3 -- 26 Fundus Imaging and Diagnostic Screening for Public Health -- 27 Fractal Analysis of Human Retinal Blood Vessel Patterns: Developmental and Diagnostic Aspects -- 28 Scanning Laser Tomography of the Living Human Eye -- 29 Digital Image Processing for Ophthalmology -- 30 Fluorogenic Substrate Techniques as Applied to the Noninvasive Diagnosis of the Living Rabbit and Human Cornea -- 31 Introduction to Neural Networks with Applications to Ophthalmology -- 32 Image Analysis of Infrared Choroidal Angiography -- Appendix: Additional Topics and Resources


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