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A synopsis of ophthalmology. Ophthalmology Kanski p. Martin-Doyle and Martin H. Eye-Diseases and defects. Martin-Doyle, J. John Lionel Cyril. Synopsis of ophthalmology. Series [DNLM: 1. Eye Diseases. WW Ks] RE K The many new developments in the field of ophthalmology since the last edition of the Synopsis have necessitated a complete revision of the text. The aim of the book is, however, unaltered - to provide a quick reference to the main aspects of ophthalmology in an orderly and easily reproducible manner.

It is hoped that the book will be of particular value as a quick revision to those preparing for postgraduate examinations in the speciality. Jack J. Kanski Windsor. Thyroid ophthalmopathy 14 Orbital infections 16 Inflammatory orbital disease pseudotumour 18 Orbital tumours 20 Blow-out fracture of orbital floor Evaluation of conjunctival inflammation 31 Bacterial conjunctivitis 33 Viral conjunctivitis 34 Chlamydial conjunctivitis 36 Neonatal conjunctivitis ophthalmia neonatorum 37 Allergic conjunctivitis 39 Cicatrizing conjunctivitis 42 Miscellaneous syndromes 44 Pigmented conjunctival lesions 46 Non-pigmented conjunctival tumours Evaluation of corneal lesions 50 Microbial keratitis 52 Herpes simplex keratitis 54 Herpes zoster ophthalmicus 58 Peripheral corneal thinning and ulceration 60 Miscellaneous keratopathies 63 Corneal degenerations 65 Corneal dystrophies 66 Corneal changes in toxic and metabolic disorders 73 Contact lenses 75 Corneal surgery 77 Episcleritis and scleritis Uveitis in fungal infections 94 Idiopathic specific uveitis entities 96 Treatment of uveitis Classification Open-angle glaucomas in adults Primary angle-closure glaucoma Neovascular glaucoma Inflammatory glaucomas Uncommon acquired secondary glaucomas Primary congenital glaucoma Glaucoma and iridocornealdysgenesis Glaucoma in the phacomatoses Anti-glaucoma drugs Laser therapy of glaucoma Glaucoma surgery Cataract Ectopia lentis Abnormalities of shape Diabetic retinopathy Retinal vein occlusion Retinal artery occlusion Hypertensive retinopathy Sickle-cell retinopathy Retinopathy of prematurity Retinal telangiectasias Age-related senile macular degeneration Central serous retinopathy Cystoid macular oedema Macular hole Myopic maculopathy Macular pucker Choroidal folds Angioid streaks Chloroquine maculopathy Tumours of the uvea Tumours of the retina Examination techniques Childhood esotropias Childhood exotropias Special ocular motility defects Surgical procedures Acquired optic nerve disorders Congenital optic disc anomalies Chiasmal disorders Third, fourth and sixth nerve disease Carotid-cavernous fistula Abnormal pupillary reactions Nystagmus Myopathies of extraocular muscles External hordeolum stye Cause An acute staphylococcal infection of a lash follicle and its associated gland of Zeis or Moll.

Clinical features This very common lesion presents at any age with an acute onset of a tender swelling which points through the skin. Clinical features This very common lesion presents at any age with a gradual onset of a painless swelling in the tarsal plate.

Clinical features This very common lesion presents in a similar manner to a stye but it is more painful and it may discharge anteriorly or posteriorly. Treatment This is similar to a stye but incision may be necessary if a hard nodule remains. Miscellaneous Cyst of Moll is a tiny translucent retention cyst of a modified sweat gland which contains clear fluid.

Cyst of Zeis is a retention cyst of a modified sebaceous gland which is less translucent than a cyst of Moll. Sebaceous cyst is a cyst of an ordinary sebaceous gland which contains cheesy secretions. Molluscum contagiosum Cause Virus infection. Malignant lesions 3.

Clinical features Signs - presents usually in children with small pale umbilicated lid nodules. Complications - ipsilateral chronic follicular conjunctivitis and epithelial keratitis. Senile keratosis characterized by multiple, flat and scaly lesions which may occasionally undergo malignant change.

Keratoacanthoma which starts as a red papule, then turns into a nodule with a crater and regresses within weeks. It may mimic a squamous cell carcinoma. Basal cell carcinoma Clinical features This is the most common malignant eyelid tumour. It is locally invasive but does not metastasize. The tumour typically presents in old age in one of the following two ways. Noduloulcerative rodent ulcer is the most common type.

It consists of a well-defined nodule with telangiectatic blood vessels, central ulceration and a 'pearly' appearance due to associated hyperkerato- sis. Sclerosing morphea type is less common. The tumour may be multifocal and because it grows radially it has a flat, ill-defined, scar-like appearance. Clinical features This very rare tumour presents in late adult life as an ulcer most common , a nodule, a 'papilloma' or a cutaneous horn.

The tumour grows faster than a rodent ulcer and it may metastasize. Clinical features This very rare tumour may be multifocal and it may mimic 'recurrent chalazion' or 'severe chronic blepharitis', hence the frequent delay in diagnosis and poor prognosis. Treatment Wide excision. Disorders of eyelashes 5.

Ectropion 7. Acute spastic entropion Cause Spasm of orbicularis muscle due to chronic ocular irritation. Congenital ectropion Cause Shortage of skin which may be associated with the blepharophimosis syndrome see under Ptosis. Paralytic ectropion Cause Facial nerve palsy. Ptosis 9. Myogenic ptosis Causes Congenital Simple is the most common and is usually unilateral. It is due to a dystrophy of the levator muscle which causes both poor contraction and incomplete relaxation.

It may be associated with weakness of the superior rectus muscle. Blepharophimosis syndrome is very rare and dominantly inherited. It is characterized by a wide intercanthal distance, epicanthus inversus and congenital ectropion. Frontalis brow suspension if levator function is absent. Blepharitis Tarsoconjunctival resection Fasanella-Servat procedure is useful for mild ptosis of 2 mm or less.

Staphylococcal blepharitis Cause Chronic staphylococcal infection of bases of the lashes which is particularly common in patients with dry eyes and atopic eczema. Clinical features Presentation of this very common condition is with mild bilateral chronic ocular irritation. Seborrhoeic blepharitis Cause Abnormal glands of Zeis secrete excessive neutral lipids which are split by Corynebacterium acnes into irritating free fatty acids. It is particularly common in patients with seborrhoeic dermatitis.

Clinical features Presentation is similar to staphylococcal blepharitis but the symptoms are usually less severe. Cause An abnormality of meibomian glands. It is particularly common in patients with acne rosacea and seborrhoeic dermatitis. Clinical features Presentation is usually in adults with bilateral ocular stinging and transient blurring of vision due to excess oil in the tear film.

Mild PEEs. Systemic antibiotics tetracycline or erythromycin for severe cases particularly if associated with seborrhoea or acne rosacea. Thyroid ophthalmology Proptosis is common and it may be unilateral, bilateral and asymmetrical. It is usually self-limiting and is not influenced by treatment of the hyperthyroidism. Restrictive myopathy is uncommon. The order of frequency of muscle involvement is: 1. Inferior rectus leading to defective elevation. Medial rectus leading to defective abduction.

Superior rectus leading to defective depression. Lateral rectus leading to defective adduction. Preseptal cellulitis Cause Usually follows a severe lid infection, an insect bite or a skin laceration. Clinical features This common condition presents with an acute onset of unilateral periorbital swelling, erythema and tenderness. Orbital infections Orbital cellulitis Cause This is caused by the spread of infection from the sinuses usually ethmoids or the nasopharynx. Clinicalfeatures Presentation of this rare condition is typically in children or young adults with acute unilateral lid oedema, Chemosis, ophthalmoplegia and proptosis.

Mucormycosis Cause This is an opportunistic infection by fungi of the order of Mucorales which spreads from the palate, nose or sinuses. It typically affects severely debilitated patients.

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