Ocular Pathology, 6th Edition

Ocular Pathology

6th Edition

By Myron Yanoff, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; and Joseph William Sassani, MD, MHA, Professor of Ophthalmology and Pathology Chief of the VA Hospital, Department of Ophthalmology, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University, Hershey, PA, USA


1. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF PATHOLOGY

Inflammation
Immunobiology
Cellular and Tissue Reactions


2. CONGENITAL ANOMALIES

Phakamatoses (Disseminated Hereditary Hamartomas)
Chromosomal Aberrations
Infectious Embryopathy
Drug Embryopathy
Other Congenital Anomalies


3. NONGRANULOMATOUS INFLAMMATION:
UVEITIS, ENDOPHTHALMITIS, PANOPHTHALMITIS, AND SEQUELAE


Classification
Suppurative Endophthalmitis and Panophthalmitis
Nonsuppurative, Chronic Nongranulomatous Uveitis and Endophthalmitis
Sequelae of Uveitis, Endophthalmitis, and Panophthalmitis
End Stage of Diffuse Ocular Diseases


4. GRANULOMATOUS INFLAMMATION

Introduction
Post-Traumatic
Nontraumatic Infectious
Nontraumatic Noninfectious


5. SURGICAL AND NONSURGICAL TRAUMA

Causes of Enucleation
Normal Wound Healing
Complications of Intraocular Surgery
Complications of Neural Retinal Detachment and Vitreous Surgery
Complications of Corneal Surgery
Complications of Nonsurgical Trauma


6. SKIN AND LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEM
SKIN


Normal Anatomy
Terminology
Congenital Abnormalities
Aging
Inflammation
Lid Manifestations of Systemic Dermatoses or Disease
Cysts, Pseudoneoplasms, and Neoplasms
LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEM
Normal Anatomy
Congenital Abnormalities
Inflammation ? Dacryocystitis
Tumors


7. CONJUNCTIVA

Normal Anatomy
Congenital Anomalies
Vascular Disorders
Inflammation
Injuries
Conjunctival Manifestations of Systemic Disease
Degenerations
Cysts, Pseudoneoplasms, and Neoplasms




8. CORNEA AND SCLERA
CORNEA


Normal Anatomy
Congenital Defects
Inflammations ? Nonulcerative
Inflammations ? Ulcerative
Inflammations ? Corneal Sequelae
Injuries
Degenerations
Dystrophies
Pigmentations
SCLERA
Congenital Anomalies
Inflammations
Injuries
Tumors


9. UVEA

Normal Anatomy
Congenital and Developmental Defects
Congenital and Developmental Defects of the Pigment Epithelium
Inflammations
Injuries Systemic Diseases
Atrophies and Degenerations
Dystrophies
Tumors Uveal Edema


10. LENS

Normal Anatomy
General Information
Congenital Anomalies
Capsule (Epithelial Basement Membrane)
Epithelium
Cortex and Nucleus (Lens Cells or ?Fibers?)
Secondary Cataracts
Complications of Cataracts
Ectopic Lens


11. NEURAL (SENSORY) RETINA

Normal Anatomy
Congenital Anomalies
Vascular Diseases
Inflammations
Injuries
Degenerations
Hereditary Primary Retinal Dystrophies
Hereditary Secondary Retinal Dystrophies
Systemic Diseases Involving the Retina
Tumors
Neural Retinal Detachment


12. VITREOUS

Normal Anatomy
Congenital Anomalies
Inflammation
Vitreous Adhesions
Vitreous Opacities
Vitreous Hemorrhage


13. OPTIC NERVE

Normal Anatomy
Congenital Defects and Anatomic Variations
Optic Disc Edema
Optic Neuritis
Optic Atrophy




14. ORBIT

Normal Anatomy
Exophthalmos
Developmental Abnormalities
Orbital Inflammation
Injuries
Vascular Disease
Ocular Muscle Involvement in Systemic Disease
Neoplasms and Other Tumors



15. DIABETES MELLITUS

Natural History
Retinal Vasculature in Normals and Diabetics
Conjunctiva and Cornea
Lens
Iris
Ciliary Body and Choroid
Neurosensory Retina
Vitreous
Optic Nerve


16. GLAUCOMA

Normal Anatomy
Introduction
Normal Outflow
Tissue Changes Caused by Elevated Intraocular Pressure


17. OCULAR MELANOTIC TUMORS

Normal Anatomy
Melanotic Tumors of Eyelids
Melanotic Tumors of Conjunctiva
Melanotic Tumors of Pigment Epithelium of Iris, Ciliary Body, and Retina
Melanotic Tumors of the Uvea
Melanotic Tumors of the Optic Disc
Melanotic Tumors of the Orbit


18. RETINOBLASTOMA AND PSEUDOGLIOMA

Retinoblastoma
Pseudoglioma