4 edition of Hereditary Vitreoretinal Degeneration (Developments in Ophthalmology) found in the catalog.
Hereditary Vitreoretinal Degeneration (Developments in Ophthalmology)
by S. Karger AG (Switzerland)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||92|
The undisputed gold standard text in the field, Ryan's Retina is your award-winning choice for the most current, authoritative information on new technologies, surgical approaches, scientific advances and diagnostic and therapeutic options for retinal disFormat: E-Book. Dr Susanna Park is a Professor of ophthalmology and Director of Vitreo-retinal Fellowship and Ocular Oncology at the University of California Davis Eye Center. She has over 20 years clinical experience as a vitreo-retinal specialist and published over journal papers and book chapters on the : World Scientific Publishing Company.
Europe PMC is an ELIXIR Core Data Resource Learn more >. Europe PMC is a service of the Europe PMC Funders' Group, in partnership with the European Bioinformatics Institute; and in cooperation with the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International archive by participating Author: Miglior M, Ratiglia R, Capitani G. Vitreous degeneration in myopia and retinitis pigmentosa The vitreous in idiopathic giant retinal breaks Hereditary vitreoretinal diseases Vitreous substitutes and are recognizing the importance of the vitreous body in the physiology, biochemistry, and pathology of the inner eye. The Vitreous and Vitreoretinal Interface.
The purpose of this paper is to report a pedigree in which hereditary vitreoretinal degeneration, myopia magna (> 20 D), and congenital encephalocele are associated and inherited and apparently Cited by: The association of Fuchs' corneal endothelial dystrophy found in this family has not been reported previously in other vitreoretinal degenerations. These findings and the exclusion of known genetic loci suggest snowflake is a distinct vitreoretinal degeneration. PMID: [Indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types: Research Support, Non-U.S Cited by:
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Hereditary Vitreoretinal Degeneration (Developments in Ophthalmology, Vol. 8) Hardcover – Ap by W. Lisch (Author), F. Bandello (Series Editor)5/5(2). The book Retinal and Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery, deals with the most sensitive, photoreceptive and innermost nervous tunic of the globe: the retina.
It provides updated information on all clinical conditions of the retina and vitreous in a comprehensive and lucid manner, along with high quality clinical photographs and illustrations Reviews: 1.
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Shibo Tang, Xiaoyan Ding, Yan Luo. Hereditary vitreoretinal degeneration, also known as hereditary vitreoretinopathy, is classically characterized by early-onset cataracts, vitreous anomalies, coarse fibrils and membranes, and retinal detachment.
Genetic and clinical advances in the last two decades have enabled a reassessment of the essential criteria that define Hereditary Vitreoretinal Degeneration book group of conditions.
Hereditary Chorioretinal Disorders atlas is one of nine volumes in the series Retina Atlas. The series provides validated and comprehensive information on vitreoretinal diseases, covering imaging basics, retinal vascular diseases, macular disorders, ocular inflammatory and infectious disorders, retinal degeneration, the surgical retina, ocular oncology, pediatric retina and trauma.
Dr Susanna Park is a Professor of ophthalmology and Director of Vitreo-retinal Fellowship and Ocular Oncology at the University of California Davis Eye Center. She has over 20 years clinical experience as a vitreo-retinal specialist and published over journal papers and book.
As a number of signs overlap in both the hereditary and the non-hereditary types, differential diagnosis may be difficult in isolated cases of vitreous liquefaction, vitreous bands, veils, sheathing of peripheral retinal vessels, retinoschisis, or latticelike degeneration (1).Cited by: 1.
Chapter - Hereditary Vitreoretinopathies ALAN E. KIMURA DEFINITION • A group of rare, inherited disorders with primary manifestations that include vitreous and retinal degeneration. KEY FEATURES • Premature vitreous syneresis. • Retinal degeneration. • Abnormal acquired retinal pigmentation.
ASSOCIATED FEATURES • Autosomal dominant or X-linked recessive. Vitreoretinal degeneration. The hallmark of VCAN-related vitreoretinopathy is progressive degenerative changes of the vitreous (syneresis) and the vitreoretinal interface beginning at a young age.
Syneresis can lead to massive liquefaction of the vitreous such that on slit-lamp examination the vitreous cavity appears optically empty ("empty vitreous") with pockets of liquefied. The undisputed gold standard text in the field, Ryan's Retina is your award-winning choice for the most current, authoritative information on new technologies, surgical approaches, scientific advances and diagnostic and therapeutic options for retinal diseases and disorders.
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Comprehensively updated to reflect everything you need to know regarding retinal diagnosis. The ocular findings include high myopia, vitreoretinal degeneration, dislocated lenses, cataracts, and retinal detachment. Some patients have early onset ( years old) night blindness and progress to total blindness before 20 years of age.
Nystagmus, strabismus, small optic discs, glaucoma, and cataracts have been reported. Apply the latest knowledge on anti-VEGF therapy for age related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and vein disease. Learn about artificial vision, drug delivery to the posterior segment, advances in macular surgery, vitrectomy, and complex retinal detachment, with updates on tumors, retinal genetics, cell biology, important basic science topics, and much more.
Hereditary vitreoretinal degeneration, also known as hereditary vitreoretinopathy, is classically characterized by early-onset cataracts, vitreous anomalies, coarse fibrils and membranes, and retinal detachment.
Genetic and clinical advances in the last two decades have enabled a reassessment of the essential criteria that define this group of conditions. Forty-one patients with Wagner's vitreoretinal degeneration were studied.
The polymorphous ocular signs of this disease included vitreous changes, myopia, cataract, retinal pigmentation, retinal breaks, patchy areas of thinned pigment epithelium or of chorioretinal atrophy, narrowing or sheathing of the retinal vessels, extensive white with pressure, lattice degeneration, Cited by: This is one of several hereditary vitreoretinal degenerative disorders in which vitreous degeneration occurs and the risk of retinal detachment is high (others being Goldmann-Favre , Stickler [, ], and Marshall  syndromes).
An optically empty central vitreous is a common feature in this heterogeneous group. Vitreoretinal degeneration. Title. Learn More Learn More Listen. These resources provide more information about this condition or associated symptoms.
The in-depth resources contain medical and scientific language that may be hard to understand. Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) - PO BoxGaithersburg, MD Vitreous changes and macular disease.- Vitreous changes in retinopathy of prematurity.- The vitreous in ocular trauma.- Effect of aphakia upon the vitreous.- Vitreous degeneration in myopia and retinitis pigmentosa.- The vitreous in idiopathic giant retinal breaks.- Hereditary vitreoretinal diseases.- while vitreo-retinal degeneration mayaffect bothsexes andis inherited dominantly like the haemoglobin anomalies.
Thechanges in the vitreous andthe cystic degeneration ofthe retina or retino-schisis were visualized by the contact lens method of Goldmann ().
The electroretinograms wererecordedwiththe Mingograph(Elema)andbythemethod of Karpe Cited by: 8. Vitreoretinal diseases are conditions that affect structures in the eye called the retina and the vitreous.
The retina is the light-sensitive layer in the back of the eye that focuses images and transmits that information to the brain via the optic nerve.However, if a patient presents with a retinal detachment in one eye, many retinal surgeons treat lattice degeneration in the fellow eye.
Vitreoretinal Tufts. Vitreoretinal tufts are small foci of vitreous or zonular traction. Clinical Features. Vitreoretinal tufts are slightly elevated (Fig.
) and may have a cystic appearance. They can be. Familial exudative vitreoretinopathy is a hereditary disorder that can cause progressive vision loss. This condition affects the retina, the specialized light-sensitive tissue that lines the back of the eye.
The disorder prevents blood vessels from forming at the edges of the retina, which reduces the blood supply to this tissue.