Atlas of Ocular Blood Flow, 2nd Edition
Vascular Anatomy, Pathophysiology, and Metabolism
In the second edition of Atlas of Ocular Blood Flow, Dr. Alon Harris details the vascular anatomy and physiology of the eye, analyzes the eye’s blood supply, and evaluates the latest technologies available for assessing patients. He shows you how irregular ocular blood flow patterns can indicate systemic or medication-related conditions, and presents images and actual case reports to illustrate the use of new technologies such as OCT with Doppler application and non-invasive retinal oximetry. With more than 400 illustrations, most in full color, this is the only atlas worldwide that gives you pictorial presentations, anatomical illustrations, and detailed descriptions of the methods available to measure blood flow.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Diagnose ocular, systemic, or medication-related conditions in patients by measuring their ocular blood flow.
- Master the newest techniques and glimpse new technologies that will be available for assessing ocular blood flow in the future.
Visualize anatomy, techniques, and imaging findings with more than 400 illustrations.
- Gain a clear understanding of the anatomy/physiology of the blood supply to and within the eye to help make more effective clinical decisions.
- Analyze the potential effects of blood flow changes in various eye illnesses to see how they are influenced by diseases like glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration.
Rely on the extensive experience of the authors in implementing new technologies to better access ocular circulation.
"This is an informative and richly illustrated atlas that contains practical and useful information about normal and abnormal ocular blood flow and its assessment. This book will appeal to clinicians and scientists with an interest in ocular blood flow. Also, the atlas will provide essential information for trainees with a special interest in the field."
--Graefe's Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmology, 242:687, 25 June 2004
"This hardcover atlas is divided into four sections: ocular vascular anatomy, measurement of blood flow, case studies and future techniques...This Atlas of Ocular Blood Flow gives an excellent and complete overview of this complex issue...The book contains many scientific background details, but manages to collate them into a clinical content comprehensible and useful for the clinical ophthalmologist...the book will be of interest and relevance for both the clinical researcher and the ophthalmologist interested in either glaucoma or retinal vascular disease."
Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmology, 2012
Edited by Alon Harris, MSc, PhD, Professor of Ophthalmology, Professor of Physiology and Biophysics; Letzer Endowed Chair at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN