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Artificial Vision : A Clinical Guide

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Veit Peter Gabel, editor. --Cham: Springer , 2017.
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This book presents and analyses the most recent research dedicated to restoring vision in individuals who are severely impaired or blind from retinal disease or injury. It is written by the leading groups worldwide who are at the forefront of developing artificial vision. The book begins by discussing the difficulties in comparing and interpreting functional results in the area of very low vision and the principal prospects and limitations of spatial resolution with artificial tools. Further on…
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Gabel, Veit Peter
Responsibility
Veit Peter Gabel, editor
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2017
Physical Description
1 online resource (xvii, 232 pages) : 73 illus., 61 illus. in color
ISBN
9783319418766
9783319418742 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Electric Stimulation
Electrodes, Implanted
Vision Disorders - rehabilitation
Vision, Ocular - physiology
Visual Prosthesis
Abstract
This book presents and analyses the most recent research dedicated to restoring vision in individuals who are severely impaired or blind from retinal disease or injury. It is written by the leading groups worldwide who are at the forefront of developing artificial vision. The book begins by discussing the difficulties in comparing and interpreting functional results in the area of very low vision and the principal prospects and limitations of spatial resolution with artificial tools. Further on, chapters are included by researchers who stimulate the surface or the pigment epithelial side of the retina and by experts who work on stimulating the optic nerve, the lateral geniculate body and the superficial layers of the visual cortex. Artificial Vision: A Clinical Guide collates the most recent work of key artificial vision research groups to explain in a comparable and stringent order their varying approaches, the clinical or preclinical outcomes and their achievements during the last years. Senior ophthalmic fellows and academic practitioners will find this guide to be an indispensable resource for understanding the current status of artificial vision.
Contents
Assessing Patient Suitability and Outcome Measures in Vision Restoration Trials -- Functional assessment of artificial vision -- Patient-Reported Outcomes (PRO) for Prosthetic Vision -- Prospects and limitations of spatial resolution -- Argus’ II Retinal Prosthesis System -- The Subretinal Implant ALPHA: Implantation and Functional Results -- The Boston Retinal Implant -- Pixium Vision: First Clinical Results and Innovative Developments -- High Resolution Photovoltaic Subretinal Prosthesis for Restoration of Sight -- Suprachoroidal Retinal Prostheses -- Retinal Prosthesis by Suprachoroidal-Transretinal Stimulation (STS), Japanese Approach -- A Fully Intraocular Approach for a Bi-Directional Retinal Prosthesis -- Penetrative Optic Nerve-based Visual Prosthesis Research -- Thalamic Visual Prosthesis Project -- CORTIVIS approach for an intracortical visual prostheses -- The Intracortical Visual Prosthesis Project -- Monash Vision Group's Gennaris Cortical Implant for Vision Restoration.
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Assessment of vision and hearing of deaf-blind persons

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By Lea Hyvarinen, Lindsay Gimble and Martti Sorri. --Melbourne, Australia: Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind , 1990.
Call Number
WW 141 H999 1990
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
Call Number
WW 141 H999 1990
Author
Hyvarinen, Lea
Corporate Author
Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind
Other Authors
Gimble, Lindsay
Sorri, Martti
Responsibility
By Lea Hyvarinen, Lindsay Gimble and Martti Sorri
Place of Publication
Melbourne, Australia
Publisher
Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind
Date of Publication
1990
Physical Description
67 p.
ISBN
949390119
Subjects (MeSH)
Vision Tests
Hearing Tests
Format
Book
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
Copies
1
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2 weeks
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Atlas of FFR-Guided Percutaneous Coronary Interventions

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Tommaso Gori, Massimo Fineschi, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2016.
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This book details the theory and practice of fractional flow reserve (FFR)-guided coronary intervention, a technique that, even with complex results, gives sense and a rationale to daily decisions in the interventional suite. FFR guidance provides detailed information on coronary hemodynamics for the interventional cardiologist. This technique has profound practical implications for therapeutic decisions and for the prognosis of patients. This Atlas of FFR-Guided Percutaneous Coronary Intervent…
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Gori, Tommaso
Fineschi, Massimo
Responsibility
Tommaso Gori, Massimo Fineschi, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2016
Physical Description
1 online resource (xvi, 211 p.) : 136 illus., 104 illus. in color
ISBN
9783319471167
9783319471143 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Fractional Flow Reserve, Myocardial
Percutaneous Coronary Intervention - methods
Abstract
This book details the theory and practice of fractional flow reserve (FFR)-guided coronary intervention, a technique that, even with complex results, gives sense and a rationale to daily decisions in the interventional suite. FFR guidance provides detailed information on coronary hemodynamics for the interventional cardiologist. This technique has profound practical implications for therapeutic decisions and for the prognosis of patients. This Atlas of FFR-Guided Percutaneous Coronary Interventions provides practicing physicians clear information to understand both the complexity of the technique and the correct way to apply it. It is designed both to assist younger faculty and those in training, and to act as a clinical resource for more experienced practitioners. Using the clinical cases outlined, the reader can learn to appreciate the pitfalls, tips and tricks that simplify the performance and interpretation of FFR and iFR.
Contents
Part I. Setting the Stage -- 1. Setting the Stage: How to Perform Intracoronary Pressure Measurements -- Part II. Clinical Cases -- 2. Starting Easy: FFR in a High-Grade Stenosis -- 3. Another Easy one: This Time in the Other Direction -- 4. A False-Positive FFR: Drift and Failure to Equalize may cause Troubles! -- 5. A Negative FFR (Intracoronary Adenosine Bolus) -- 6. The Assessment of Diffuse Disease -- 7. Decision-Making in a Long Lesion: Full Metal Jacket or Spot Stenting? -- 8. When the Pd/Pa Is Already Significant: A “Quick and Clean” FFR -- 9. Contrast-Induced Hyperemia and FFR: Slightly Slower but still “Quick and Clean” -- 10. Reproducibility of FFR -- 11. Long-Term Repeatability of FFR: Twin Measurements with Two Years In-Between -- 12. A Positive FFR in the Absence of Visible Stenosis: Where Is the Problem? -- 13. Instantaneous Wave-Free Ratio Assessment -- 14. Simplifying Angioplasty: From Three- Vessel to One-Vessel Disease -- 15. FFR to Determine Stent Length: When the Play Gets Tough -- 16. Multiple Lesions, Multiple Measures -- 17. Sequential Lesions and Bioresorbable Scaffolds -- 18. FFR for a Lesion in the Left Main: No One Is So Blind As Those Who Will Not See -- 19. Imaging of Ostial Lesions: How Reliable Is It? -- 20. A Complex Left Main Disease -- 21. Bifurcation Lesions: A Quicker Solution for Re-entry -- 22. A Bifurcation with Surprise -- 23 A Wire in Jail -- 24. Mismatch Between Imaging and Functional Relevance of Coronary Stenoses: Seeing Is Not Believing -- 25. FFR or IVUS for Small Vessels? -- 26. Same IVUS, Same Vessel, Different FFR -- 27 In-Stent Restenosis -- 28. In-Stent Restenosis with a Twist -- 29. Using FFR to Detect Ischemia in Myocardial Bridge Lesions -- 30. ACS–NSTEMI -- 31. A Normal Fractional and Coronary Flow Reserve -- 32. Impaired Fractional and Coronary Flow Reserve -- 33. High-Grade Epicardial Stenosis with Microvascular Compensation -- 34. Threshold FFR, Impaired CFR, and IMR: Macrovascular or Microvascular Disease? -- 35. Coronary Slow Flow in a Patient with Myocarditis -- 36. A Complex Combination of Microvascular and Macrovascular Diseases -- 37. The Impact of Venous Pressure on FFR: Do Diuretics Affect FFR? -- 38. FFR Provides Indication on Myocardial Viability -- 39. FFR in a Bypass -- 40. Heart Failure: Really Idiopathic?
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The brain that changes itself : stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science

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Doidge, Norman. --New York: Penguin Books , 2007.
Call Number
WL 102 D657 2007
Location
Nova Scotia Hospital
A new science called neuroplasticity is overthrowing the old notion that the human brain is immutable. Psychoanalyst Doidge traveled the country to meet both the brilliant scientists championing neuroplasticity and the people whose lives they've transformed--people whose mental limitations or brain damage were seen as unalterable. We see a woman born with half a brain that rewired itself to work as a whole, blind people who learn to see, learning disorders cured, IQs raised, aging brains rejuve…
Call Number
WL 102 D657 2007
Author
Doidge, Norman
Place of Publication
New York
Publisher
Penguin Books
Date of Publication
2007
Physical Description
427 p
ISBN
9780143113102
Subjects (MeSH)
Brain Damage, Chronic - rehabilitation
Mental Disorders - rehabilitation
Neuronal Plasticity
Abstract
A new science called neuroplasticity is overthrowing the old notion that the human brain is immutable. Psychoanalyst Doidge traveled the country to meet both the brilliant scientists championing neuroplasticity and the people whose lives they've transformed--people whose mental limitations or brain damage were seen as unalterable. We see a woman born with half a brain that rewired itself to work as a whole, blind people who learn to see, learning disorders cured, IQs raised, aging brains rejuvenated, stroke patients learning to speak, children with cerebral palsy learning to move with more grace, depression and anxiety disorders successfully treated, and lifelong character traits changed. Using these stories to probe mysteries of the body, emotion, love, sex, culture, and education, Dr. Doidge has written an inspiring book that will permanently alter the way we look at our brains, human nature, and human potential.--From publisher description.
Contents
A woman perpetually falling : rescued by the man who discovered the plasticity of our senses -- Building herself a better brain : a woman labeled "retarded" discovers how to heal herself -- Redesigning the brain : a scientist changes brains to sharpen perception and memory, increase speed of thought, and heal learning problems -- Acquiring tastes and loves : what neuroplasticity teaches about sexual attraction and love -- Midnight resurrections : stroke victims learn to move and speak again -- Brain lock unlocked : using plasticity to stop worries, obsessions, compulsions, and bad habits -- Pain : the dark side of plasticity -- Imagination : how thinking makes it so -- Turning our ghosts into ancestors : psychoanalysis as a neuroplastic therapy -- Rejuvenation : the discovery of the neuronal stem cell and lessons for preserving our brains -- More than the sum of her parts : a woman shows us how radically plastic the brain can be -- The culturally modified brain -- Plasticity and the idea of progress.
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Book
Publication Type
Case Reports
Location
Nova Scotia Hospital
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Disability etiquette guide

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Cook Ross. (2nd ed.) --Silver Spring, MD: Cook Ross , 2014.
Call Number
HV 1568 D611 2014
Location
Halifax Infirmary
Nova Scotia Hospital
How do you shake hands with someone who doesn’t have hands? When it comes to interacting with people with disabilities, our concern about doing something accidentally inappropriate can sometimes cause us to behave awkwardly, be tentative, make unintentional mistakes, and cause injury or insult. The Cook Ross Disability Etiquette Guide conveys critical information so you can increase your confidence that you are being courteous, not condescending. The Guide identifies key barriers that, when un…
Call Number
HV 1568 D611 2014
Corporate Author
Cook Ross
Responsibility
Cook Ross
Edition
2nd ed.
Place of Publication
Silver Spring, MD
Publisher
Cook Ross
Date of Publication
2014
Physical Description
46 p.
ISBN
9780983946229
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Services for Persons with Disabilities - United States
Disabled Persons - psychology - United States
Etiquette
Abstract
How do you shake hands with someone who doesn’t have hands? When it comes to interacting with people with disabilities, our concern about doing something accidentally inappropriate can sometimes cause us to behave awkwardly, be tentative, make unintentional mistakes, and cause injury or insult. The Cook Ross Disability Etiquette Guide conveys critical information so you can increase your confidence that you are being courteous, not condescending. The Guide identifies key barriers that, when unknown, may compromise inclusion, trust, and cooperation. As a result of reading this Guide, people will begin to ask more questions, gather more information, and relate more honestly. It will support all readers in questioning their assumptions and judgments about all people—not just people with disabilities.
Contents
Introduction -- Avoid stereotypes and emphasize ability, strategies -- Blind, has low vision -- Deaf, hard of hearing -- Physically disabled -- Recommended resources for topics not covered in this guide -- The Americans with Disabilities Act - References.
Format
Book
Location
Halifax Infirmary
Nova Scotia Hospital
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1
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Do you know how to help people who are blind, deafblind or partially sighted?

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Nova Scotia Health Authority. Diversity and Inclusion Program. Halifax, NS: Nova Scotia Health Authority , 2018.
Pamphlet Number
1828
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Blind, deafblind and partially sighted people have different levels of mobility and independence. Some people who are blind, deafblind or partially sighted may have other disabilities that affect the level of help they need. This pamphlet explains how to help people who are blind, deafblind or partially sighted, and provides appropriate actions and words that you can use. Information about the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians (AEBC), as well as NSHA's Diversity and Inclusion Program, is…
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Nova Scotia Health Authority. Diversity and Inclusion Program
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Nova Scotia Health Authority
Date of Publication
2018
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document (8 p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Blindness
Deafness
Subjects (LCSH)
Blindness
Deafness
Specialty
Hospitals
Abstract
Blind, deafblind and partially sighted people have different levels of mobility and independence. Some people who are blind, deafblind or partially sighted may have other disabilities that affect the level of help they need. This pamphlet explains how to help people who are blind, deafblind or partially sighted, and provides appropriate actions and words that you can use. Information about the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians (AEBC), as well as NSHA's Diversity and Inclusion Program, is also provided.
Responsibility
Prepared by: AEBC Halifax Chapter and NSHA Diversity and Inclusion Program
Pamphlet Number
1828
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Foundations of Ophthalmology : Great Insights that Established the Discipline

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Michael F. Marmor, Daniel M. Albert, editors. --Cham: Springer , 2017.
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There have been books over the years discussing the history of ophthalmology, but none that focus directly on just the most critical thinkers whose insights provided the foundation for the discipline. These men and women advanced knowledge about vision, diagnosis, disease mechanisms, and therapy through innovative thinking and perseverance against old ideas. Their stories are intriguing at a personal level and for showing the complexity of advancing medical science and, therefore, should be req…
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Marmor, Michael F
Albert, Daniel M
Responsibility
Michael F. Marmor, Daniel M. Albert, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2017
Physical Description
1 online resource (x, 221 pages) : 155 illus., 55 illus. in color
ISBN
9783319596419
9783319596402 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
History of Medicine
Ophthalmology - Biography
Ophthalmology - history
Abstract
There have been books over the years discussing the history of ophthalmology, but none that focus directly on just the most critical thinkers whose insights provided the foundation for the discipline. These men and women advanced knowledge about vision, diagnosis, disease mechanisms, and therapy through innovative thinking and perseverance against old ideas. Their stories are intriguing at a personal level and for showing the complexity of advancing medical science and, therefore, should be required reading for anyone practicing ophthalmology. Foundations of Ophthalmology includes giants such as Young (the nature of color and light), Braille (a practical reading system for the blind), Helmholtz (development of the ophthalmoscope), von Graefe (defining glaucoma), Curie (discovery of radiation and the basis of radiation therapy), Gonin (demonstration how to cure retinal detachment), Ridley (serendipity that led to intraocular lenses), and Kelman (development of phacoemulsification that revolutionized cataract surgery).
Contents
1. Johannes Kepler and René Descartes: A Retinal Image is Transmitted to the Brain -- 2. Jacques Daviel and the Invention of Modern Cataract Surgery -- 3. John Dalton: the Recognition of Color Deficiency -- 4. Thomas Young and the Foundations of Light, Color, and Optics -- 5. Valentin Haüy and Louis Braille: Enabling Education for the Blind -- 6. Jan Evangelista Purkinje: Visual Physiologist -- 7. Franciscus Donders: The Management of Anomalies of Refraction -- 8. Hermann von Helmholtz: The Power of Ophthalmoscopy -- 9. Albrecht von Graefe: The Beginnings of Scientific Ophthalmology and Education -- 10. Karl Koller: The Introduction of Local Anesthesia -- 11. Allvar Gullstrand: Dioptrics of the Eye and the Slit Lamp -- 12. Marie Curie: Radiation as Medium That Can Cure -- 13. Jules Gonin: Proving the Cause and Cure of Retinal Detachment -- 14. Harold Ridley: The Development of a Plastic Implantable Lens -- 15. Arnall Patz and Norman Alston: Oxygen and Retinopathy of Prematurity -- 16. Charles Kelman: Phacoemulsification and Small Incision Cataract Surgery.
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Hydrocephalus : selected papers from the International Workshop in Crete, 2010

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edited by G.A. Aygok, H.L. Rekate. --Vienna: Springer , c2012.
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The contributions in this volume, presented at the 5th International Hydrocephalus Workshop in May 2010 in Crete, Greece, give the present state-of-the-art in timely diagnosis and treatment of hydrocephalus. The topics covered include advances in management of both pediatric and adult hydrocephalus, identifying shunt responders, clinical experiences in endoscopic third ventriculostomy, clinical trials, pathophysiology, experimental studies, and the new classification for hydrocephalus.
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International Hydrocephalus Workshop (5th : 2010 : Crete)
Other Authors
Aygok, Gunes A
Rekate, Harold L
Responsibility
edited by G.A. Aygok, H.L. Rekate
Place of Publication
Vienna
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2012
Physical Description
1 online resource (xii, 198 p.)
Series Vol.
113
Series Title
Acta neurochirurgica. Supplement
ISBN
9783709109236
Subjects (MeSH)
Hydrocephalus - Congresses
Subjects (LCSH)
Neurosurgery
Abstract
The contributions in this volume, presented at the 5th International Hydrocephalus Workshop in May 2010 in Crete, Greece, give the present state-of-the-art in timely diagnosis and treatment of hydrocephalus. The topics covered include advances in management of both pediatric and adult hydrocephalus, identifying shunt responders, clinical experiences in endoscopic third ventriculostomy, clinical trials, pathophysiology, experimental studies, and the new classification for hydrocephalus.
Contents
I. Importance of the Work of Professor Marmarou -- 5th International Hydrocephalus Workshop, Crete, Greece, May 20-23, 2010: Themes and Highlights -- Modelling of CSF Dynamics: Legacy of Professor Anthony Marmarou -- II. Importance of Data, Especially from Randomized Controlled Trials -- Ethical Considerations in Hydrocephalus Research that Involves Children and Adults -- Conservative versus Surgical Management of Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus: a prospective randomized controlled double blind trial; study protocol -- Ten Years of Clinical Experience in the Use of Fixed-Pressure vs. Programmable Valves: A Retrospective Study of 159 Patients -- III. Magnetic Resonance Imaging as a Powerful Tool -- Changes of fractional anisotropy (FA) and apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) in patients with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus -- Virchow-Robin spaces in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus: A surrogate imaging marker for co-existing microvascular disease? -- Quantification of normal CSF flow through the aqueduct using PC-Cine MRI at 3T -- Correlation between tap test and CSF aqueductal stroke volume in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus -- IV. Basic Science: The Aquaporin Story -- Overview of the CSF dual outflow system -- Hydrocephalus and aquaporins. The role of aquaporin-1 -- Hydrocephalus and aquaporins. The role of aquaporin-4 -- Acetazolamide-induced Decrease of Apical Fluid Flow in Choroid Plexus is Associated with Nonessential Changes in Aquaporin-1 Expression -- V. Experimental Studies: Hydrocephalus -- Physical phantom of cranio-spinal hydrodynamics -- Programmable Shunt Assistant tested in Cambridge Shunt Evaluation Laboratory -- Simulation of existing and future electromechanical shunt valves in combination with a model for brain fluid dynamics -- Examination of deposits in Cerebrospinal Fluid shunt valves using Scanning Electron Microscopy -- Microstructural alterations of silicone catheters in an animal experiment: histopathology and SEM-findings -- Expression analysis of High Mobility Group Box-1 Protein (HMGB-1) in the cerebral cortex, hippocampus, cerebellum of the congenital hydrocephalus rat (H-Tx rat) -- Brain Localization of Leucine-Rich 2 Glycoprotein and its Role -- Role of artificial cerebrospinal fluid as perfusate in neuroendoscopic surgery: A basic investigation -- Subdural or intraparenchymal placement of long-term telemetric intracranial pressure measurement-devices? -- VI. Clinical Studies: Hydrocephalus -- A twelve-year hospital outcome on patients with idiopathic hydrocephalus -- What is the appropriate shunt system for Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus? -- Indications for endoscopic third ventriculostomy in normal pressure hydrocephalus -- The Role of Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy in the Treatment of Selected Patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus -- Endoscopic third ventriculostomy in obstructive hydrocephalus. Surgical technique and pitfalls -- Benign cerebral aqueduct stenosis in an adult -- Efficacy and versatility of the 2-micron continuous wave laser in neuroendoscopic procedures -- Complications of endoscopic third ventriculostomy. A meta-analysis -- Syndrome of inappropriately low-pressure acute hydrocephalus (SILPAH) -- Lhermitte-Duclos disease presenting with hydrocephalus -- Atypical meningioma in the posterior fossa associated with colpocephaly and agenesis of the corpus callosum -- The management of the intraventricular hemorrhage in preterm infant with low birth weight -- Pathophysiology of Brain Stem Lesions Due to Overdrainage -- Dynamics of CSF flow in slit ventricle syndrome -- Quality and safety of home ICP monitoring compared to in-hospital monitoring.
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I'm not crazy, I'm just not you : the real meaning of the 16 personality types

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Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton. (2nd ed.) --Boston, MA: Nicholas Brealey Pub , c2010.
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Utilizing Jung's model of personality type and grounded in sixty years of personality studies, I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You illustrates basic differences in the ways people read and respond to the same situations. Authors Roger Pearman and Sarah Albritton apply the concepts of personality type to everyday situations - working, loving, parenting, and communicating with friends and colleagues. They show how our personality preferences produce interpersonal blind spots that lead to misundersta…
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Pearman, Roger R
Other Authors
Albritton, Sarah C
Responsibility
Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton
Edition
2nd ed.
Alternate Title
the real meaning of the sixteen personality types
Place of Publication
Boston, MA
Publisher
Nicholas Brealey Pub
Date of Publication
c2010
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxv, 246 p.)
ISBN
9781857884708
Subjects (MeSH)
Typology (Psychology)
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Abstract
Utilizing Jung's model of personality type and grounded in sixty years of personality studies, I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You illustrates basic differences in the ways people read and respond to the same situations. Authors Roger Pearman and Sarah Albritton apply the concepts of personality type to everyday situations - working, loving, parenting, and communicating with friends and colleagues. They show how our personality preferences produce interpersonal blind spots that lead to misunderstandings and they offer practical tips for communicating more effectively with others.
Contents
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Preface to the Second Edition; Prescript: Considerations about Normal; Section 1 Foundations: Personality Type from the Ground Up; 1 Habits of Mind Jung and Psychological Type; 2 A Messy Complexity The Patterns That Create Expressions of Heart; Section 2 Type Development: Personality Type's Energy System at Work; 3 Elements of Balance Processes That Keep Us Mindful; 4 The Teacher Within lessons We Cannot Ignore; 5 Using the Ruby Slippers The Role of Type Development -- Section 3 You: Applying Personality Type to Enrich Individual Effectiveness6 What Lies Underneath? Using Type to Enhance Emotional Health; 7 Getting There from Here Increasing Personal Effectiveness at Work and at home; Section 4 Us: Using Personality Type to Maximize Our Collective Strengths; 8 Pathways of Communication Type As a lantern on the Path to Understanding; 9 Valuing Differences Making Diversity Work; 10 What's Up, Pops? Exploring Type and generational Differences; 11 Across the Ponds Using Type to Reach across Cultural boundaries -- Section 5 A Beginning: Personality Type Opens Pathways12 Beyond Patterns and Types being True to Ourselves; Postscript: Knowledge Purchased; Appendix: Measurement of Type; Notes; About the Authors; Index.
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Insight into Acquired Brain Injury : Factors for Feeling and Faring Better

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Christine Durham, Paul Ramcharan. --Singapore: Springer , c2018.
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This book offers an empowering approach to working with people with an acquired brain injury (ABI) based upon the views and perspectives of people with ABI themselves. Drawing upon Christine Durham's own ABI experience and Paul Ramcharan's engagement in disability research over a quarter of a century, this volume gives voice to 36 participants with ABI, as well as carers and other professionals from both urban and rural areas. This unique perspective provides a long-needed, empathic alternative…
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Durham, Christine
Other Authors
Ramcharan, Paul
Responsibility
Christine Durham, Paul Ramcharan
Place of Publication
Singapore
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2018
Physical Description
1 online resource (xix, 219 p.) : 60 illus
ISBN
9789811056666
9789811056659 (print ed.)
9789811056673 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Brain Injuries - psychology
Brain Injuries - rehabilitation
Quality of Life
Specialty
Neurology
Abstract
This book offers an empowering approach to working with people with an acquired brain injury (ABI) based upon the views and perspectives of people with ABI themselves. Drawing upon Christine Durham's own ABI experience and Paul Ramcharan's engagement in disability research over a quarter of a century, this volume gives voice to 36 participants with ABI, as well as carers and other professionals from both urban and rural areas. This unique perspective provides a long-needed, empathic alternative to the deficit-based model of ABI that dominates medical literature and existing rehabilitation models. In Insight into Acquired Brain Injury, the authors use educational and learning principles together with Durham's extensive archive of experiential data to offer a reframing of the nature and experience of ABI and relevant a set of practical, real-world tools for practitioners. These ready-to-adopt-and-adapt scripts, guided interviews, research checklists, thinking tools and other innovative techniques are designed to engage with people and colleagues about brain injury as a means of supporting them to feel and fare better. With compassion and first-hand awareness, Insight into Acquired Brain Injury provides a much-needed perspective that deepens current understanding and translates the complicated life-worlds of people living with ABI in order to motivate, empower and increase their participation.
Contents
1. Acquired Brain Injury -- 2. Understanding the Assumptions of Major Models of Disability Theory -- 3. Body-Object knowledge and its Relevance -- 4. The Body-Subject Perspective of ABI: A Literature Review of Qualitative Studies -- 5. Reflection, Understanding and Insight from the Educational/Learning Perspective -- 6. Capturing Insights -- 7. Understanding What Negatively Affects the Lifeworld of People with ABI -- 8. Factors That Positively Affect the Lifeworld of the Person with ABI: 'Keys' for Change -- 9. Discussion: Illuminating 'Blind Spots' for the Health Service Providers -- 10. Parting Thoughts: Finding a Balance.
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Laparoscopic Entry : Traditional Methods, New Insights and Novel Approaches

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Andrea Tinelli, editor. --London: Springer , c2012.
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Laparoscopic Entry: Traditional Methods, New Insights And Novel Approaches discusses traditional methods of laparoscopic surgery, new devices, laparoscopic entry in difficult patients, robotic assisted surgery access, single port entry, gasless access, transvaginal entry and natural orifice surgery. This book illustrates, through the presentation of techniques, methods, photos, images, drawings and pictures, all the possible methods of laparoscopic entry for endoscopic surgeons, either for lap…
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Tinelli, Andrea
Responsibility
Andrea Tinelli, editor
Place of Publication
London
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2012
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiii, 308 p. : 167 ill., 141 ill. in color)
ISBN
9780857299802
Subjects (MeSH)
Laparoscopy - methods
Natural Orifice Endoscopic Surgery - methods
Subjects (LCSH)
Abdomen surgery
Endoscopic surgery
Gynecology
Urology
Abstract
Laparoscopic Entry: Traditional Methods, New Insights And Novel Approaches discusses traditional methods of laparoscopic surgery, new devices, laparoscopic entry in difficult patients, robotic assisted surgery access, single port entry, gasless access, transvaginal entry and natural orifice surgery. This book illustrates, through the presentation of techniques, methods, photos, images, drawings and pictures, all the possible methods of laparoscopic entry for endoscopic surgeons, either for laparoscopy or for robotics. Laparoscopic Entry: Traditional Methods, New Insights And Novel Approaches describes problems and criticisms of each method and highlights common and rare complications. Written by experts in the field, this book also includes tips and tricks, which can be tailored to each patient, making it a valuable reference tool for gynecologists, urologists, vascular and general surgeons.
Contents
Anatomy of The Abdominal Wall And Vaginal Entry in Relation to Complications of Access and Injury in Laparoscopy -- Surgical Technique of Traditional Laparoscopic Access -- Laparoscopic Abdominal Entry by the Ternamian Threaded Visual System -- Initial Access to the Peritoneal Cavity for Laparoscopic Surgery in Obese Patients -- The Direct Optical Access: A Feasible, Reliable and Safe Laparoscopical Entry -- Robotic-Assisted Surgery and Related Abdominal Entry -- Robotic-Assisted Surgery Entry In Gynecological Oncology -- Single Access Surgery: Less Is More? -- Reduced Port Surgery: Single Port Access to the Abdominal and Pelvic Cavity -- The Evolution of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery: Gas-Less Laparoscopic Inspection and Single Hole Surgery (GLISHS) -- First Abdominal Access in Gynaecological Laparoscopy: Comparison Of Techniques -- Blind Entry at Gynaecological Laparoscopy is Substituted By Entry Under Sight: Complications in Conventional Laparoscopic Entry -- Natural Orifice Surgery: Surgical Procedures Through Natural Body Openings -- The Access In Natural Orifice Transvaginal Endoscopic Surgery.
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Nerve Blockade and Interventional Therapy

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Kiyoshige Ohseto, Hiroyuki Uchino, Hiroki Iida, editors. --Tokyo: Springer , 2019.
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This book provides physicians practicing at pain management clinics with comprehensive explanations of interventional therapeutic procedures including nerve blockade, as well as pharmacotherapy. Interventional therapeutic procedures including nerve blockade are categorized by devices into landmark (“blind”), X-ray-guided, ultrasound-guided, CT-guided, MR-guided, and endoscopic techniques. In this book, each chapter introduces one type of nerve blockade procedure that involves several different …
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Ohseto, Kiyoshige
Uchino, Hiroyuki
Iida, Hiroki
Responsibility
Kiyoshige Ohseto, Hiroyuki Uchino, Hiroki Iida, editors
Place of Publication
Tokyo
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2019
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiii, 413 p.) : 287 illus., 183 illus. in color
ISBN
9784431546603
9784431546597 (Print ed.)
9784431546610 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Analgesia - methods
Nerve Block
Radiography, Interventional
Specialty
Anesthesiology
Pain Management
Abstract
This book provides physicians practicing at pain management clinics with comprehensive explanations of interventional therapeutic procedures including nerve blockade, as well as pharmacotherapy. Interventional therapeutic procedures including nerve blockade are categorized by devices into landmark (“blind”), X-ray-guided, ultrasound-guided, CT-guided, MR-guided, and endoscopic techniques. In this book, each chapter introduces one type of nerve blockade procedure that involves several different devices. The authors describe the pros and cons of each technique and make recommendations for the best devices to use. This book will also help anesthesiologists and other physicians to improve their treatment techniques.
Contents
Part 1. Introduction -- 1. Interventional pain treatment using nerve block – Usefulness and perspectives -- 2. Interventional Treatments and Nerve Blocks Part 2. Overview -- 3. Definition -- 4. Purpose -- 5. Method for Evaluating Pain -- 6. Diagnosis 7. Apparatus 8. Drugs used 9. Neurodestruction and Stimulation Approach Part 3. Feature of Each Technique -- 10.Landmark Method (Blind Method) -- 11. X-ray-fluoroscopy guided method -- 12. Ultrasound-guided method -- 13. CT-guided method -- 14. ME-guided method -- Part 4. Head -- 15. Trigeminal nerve block -- 16. Gasserian ganglion Block (Percutaneous radiofrequency Trigeminal rhizotomy) -- 17. Glossopharyngeal nerve block -- 18. Editors' Comment -- Part 5. Neck -- 19. Occipital nerve block (Landmark, Ultrasound-guided) -- 20. Phrenic nerve block -- 21. Superficial cervical plexus block (Landmark, Ultrasound-guided) -- 22. Stellate ganglion block -- 23. Brachial Plexus Block (Landmark, Ultrasound-guided, and Fluoroscopy-guided method) -- 24. Editors' Comment -- Part 6. Shoulder and Upper extremity -- 25. Suprascapular nerve block -- 26. Dorsal Scapular Nerve Block (Landmark method) -- 27. Axillary Nerve Block (Ultrasound-guided method) -- 28. Peripheral nerve block of upper limb -- 29. Shoulder -- 30. Shoulder Joint Block and Pumping (X-ray-guided) -- 31. Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of Shoulder Articular Branches (X-ray-guided) -- 32. Elbow -- 33. Hand -- 34. Comment -- Part 7. Thorax and Back -- 35. Ntercostal nerve block -- 36. Thoracic Paravertebral Block (Ultrasound guidance technique) -- 37. Thoracic sympathetic ganglion block -- 38. Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy -- 39. Editor's Comment -- Part 8. Abdomen and Back -- 40. Celiac plexus block, Splanchnic nerve block (X-ray -fluoroscopy-guided, CT-guided) -- 41. Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block (X-ray fluoroscopy-guided, CT-Guided) -- 42. Ilioinguinal Nerve Block -- 43. Comment -- Part 9. Lumbosacral region -- 44. Ultrasound guided lumbar plexus block -- 45. Lumbar sympathetic nerve block -- Part 10. Pelvis -- 46. Sacroiliac Joint Block (Ultrasound-guided, X-ray fluoroscopy--guided) -- 47. Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of Sacroiliac Articular Branches (X-ray guided): High-frequency thermocoagulation of the sacroiliac joints -- 48. Sacrococcygeal Joint Block (x-ray Fluoroscopy-guided, Ultrasound-guided) -- 49. Ganglion impar block -- 50. Intra-articular injection of the hip joint -- 51. Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of Hip Articular Branches (X-ray fluoroscopy-guided) -- 52. Comment -- Part 11.Lower extremity -- 53. Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve block -- 54. Femoral nerve block -- 55. Sciatic nerve block -- 56. Saphenous Nerve Block (Landmark,Ultrasound-guided method) -- 57. Tibial nerve block -- 58. IRS -- Part 12. Epidural Block -- 59. Thoracic Epidural block (Landmark, X-ray-guided, Ultrasound-method) -- 60. Lumbar Epidural Block -- 61. Sacral Epidural Block -- 62. Comment -- Part 13. Epidural Intervention Therapy -- 63. Spinal Cord Stimulation -- 64. Epidural Lavage and Nerve Block (X-ray-Guided) -- 65. Epiduroscopy -- 66. Racz Catheter Percutaneous Epidural Neuroplasty (The Racz Procedure) -- 67. Comment -- Part 14. Subarachnoid Block -- 68. Thoracic Subarachnoid Phenol Block (Landmark technique, X-ray-guided) -- 69. Saddle Phenol Block (Landmark technique) -- 70. Lumbar Subarachnoid Block -- 71. Pain Alleviation with Subarachnoid Opioid Injection -- 72. Total Spinal Block (TSB) -- 73. Comment -- Part 15. Intervertebral Joint, Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of Posterior Medial Branch -- 74. Cervical Facet joint Block -- 75. Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of Posterior Medial Branch of Cervical Spinal Nerve -- 76. Thoracic facet block- 77. Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of Posterior Medial Branch of Thoracic Spine (X-ray guided) -- 78. Lumbar Spine Facet Block (Ultrasound-guided, X-ray fluoroscopy-guided) -- 79. Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of Posterior Medial Branch of Lumbar Spine (X-ray guided) -- 80. Comment -- Part 16. Nerve Root Block (X-ray-guided, Ultrasound-guided) -- 81. Cervical Nerve Root Block -- 82. Thoracic Nerve Root Block (X-ray guided) -- 83. Lumber Nerve Root Block -- 84. Sacral Nerve Root Block (X-ray fluoroscopy-guided method, Ultrasound-guided method) -- 85. Comment -- Part 17. Intradiscal Therapy (X-ray-guided, CT-Angiography) -- 86. Cervical Disc Contrastradiography and Block -- 87. Thoracic Disc Block -- 88. Lumbar Disc Block -- 89. Disc Interventional Therapy -- 90. Comment -- Part 18. Intracentrum Theapy (X-ray-guided, CT-Angiography) -- 91. Vertebral body perforation (percutaneous transpedicular vertebral body perforation) -- 92. Percutaneous Vertebroplasty (PVP) -- 93. Comment -- Part 19. Lower Limb and Joint -- 94. Knee -- 95. High-frequency thermocoagulation in the knee -- 96. Foot -- 97. Comment -- Part 20. Motor Nerve (Landmark, Ultrasound) -- 98. Facial Nerve Block (FNB).
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Neuro-Ophthalmology

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Judit Somlai, Tibor Kovács, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2016.
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This practical guide provides a complete algorithm for diagnosis and treatment, from "having a problem with vision", via background and diagnosis, to treatment and eventually to rehabilitation of visual loss and eye-movement disorders in the central nervous system. Following on from introductory sections devoted to the role of neuro-ophthalmology, recent developments in the field, and an overview of neuro-ophthalmological examinations, there are sections devoted to the different parts of the vi…
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Somlai, Judit
Kovács, Tibor
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Judit Somlai, Tibor Kovács, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2016
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxi, 728 p. : 456 illus., 245 illus. in color)
ISBN
9783319289564
9783319289540 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Diagnostic Techniques, Ophthalmological
Eye Diseases
Eye Manifestations
Facial Nerve Diseases
Neurologic Manifestations
Optic Nerve Diseases
Abstract
This practical guide provides a complete algorithm for diagnosis and treatment, from "having a problem with vision", via background and diagnosis, to treatment and eventually to rehabilitation of visual loss and eye-movement disorders in the central nervous system. Following on from introductory sections devoted to the role of neuro-ophthalmology, recent developments in the field, and an overview of neuro-ophthalmological examinations, there are sections devoted to the different parts of the visual system, and finally a section on rehabilitation. The handbook gives an overall picture for all interested in neuro-ophthalmology, borderline territories and overlaps. Neuro-Ophthalmology is aimed at ophthalmologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, traumatologists, neuroradiologists, experts in cardiology and stroke, and trainees in these areas. It will also be of interest to neuro-rehabilitation specialists, neuropsychologists, and those working in typhlopedagogy and health informatics.
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Part I. THE IMPORTANCE AND ROLE OF NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY -- The importance and role of neuro-ophthalmology in ophthalmological clinical practice -- The importance of neuro-ophthalmology in neurology -- Part II. OBJECTIVES AND RECENT RESULTS IN THE NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGICAL CLINICAL PRACTICE -- Mechanisms of parallel information processing in the visual system -- A new direction: neuro-endocrino-immunology -- Visual and eye movement disorders in internal diseases -- Genetic aspects of neuro-ophthalmological diseases -- Recent knowledge in the neurosurgical practice regarding the visual system -- The role of gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery in the treatment of neuro-ophthalmological diseases -- Neurointerventional treatment of diseases causing neuro-ophthalmological symptoms -- Recent results in neuropathology: demyelinating and conformational diseases -- Part III. CONVENTIONAL, NOVEL AND COMPLEMENTARY EXAMINATIONS IN OPHTHALMOLOGY -- Functional tests of the visual pathway system -- Algorithm of the neuro-ophthalmological examination used in the international practice -- Objective and subjective examination methods of visual acuity -- Examination of contrast sensitivity -- Examination of color vision -- Electroretinography (ERG): electrophysiological examination of the retina -- Functional examinations of the visual pathway system with electrophysiological methods -- Clinical importance of conventional and modern visual field tests in the topographical diagnostics of optic nerve disorders -- The differential diagnosis of visual field deficits at the bedside -- The role of fluorescein angiography and optical coherence tomography in the examination of circulatory disorders of the optic disc -- Optical coherence tomography of the optic disc and the macula in neurodegenerative diseases -- Neuro-ophthalmological examinations of the eye movements -- Diagnosis, differential diagnosis and treatment of congenital oculomotor disorders -- Polatest procedure -- Physiology and examination methods of the pupillomotor pathway -- Neuro-ophthalmological methods for the clinical analysis of double vision -- Supplementary test procedures -- Duplex ultrasound examination of the carotid and vertebral arteries -- Transcranial Doppler examination -- Color Doppler ultrasound examinations in orbital diseases -- The role of ophthalmological ultrasound in neuro-ophthalmology -- The role of EMG-ENG in diagnosing neuro-ophthalmologic diseases -- Computed tomography examinations -- Neuroradiology, functional MRI -- Novel information regarding the visual and eye movement systems in Otoneurology -- Electro-oculography (EOG) examination of eye movements -- The importance of familial thrombophilias in the clinical practice -- Modern possibility in anticoagulant therapy -- Novel consideration regarding the role of evoked potential in confirming -- The diagnosis of eye movement disorders of brainstem origin -- Part IV. DISEASES OF RETINA AND THE OPTIC NERVE (VISUAL AND SENSORY SYSTEM) -- Congenital diseases of the retina and the visual pathway -- Hereditary diseases of the retina -- The roles of electroretinography (ERG) and visual evoked potential (VEP) examinations in the diseases of the retina and/or the optic nerve -- Congenital diseases of the optic nerve -- Phacomatoses -- Acquired diseases of the optic nerve -- Inflammatory diseases of the optic nerve -- Retrobulbar optic neuropathy: from the neurologist's approach -- Neuroyelitis optica (Devic's disease): A new concept for an old disease -- Acquired inflammatory diseases of the optic nerve Çô the neuro-ophthalmologist's approach -- Circulatory disorders of the optic nerve -- Vascular diseases of the optic nerve: internal medicine aspect -- The cardiovascular background of "intracerebral small vessel disease" -- Vascular diseases of the optic nerve: the neuro-ophthalmologist's approach -- Compressive optic neuropathy -- Diseases causing compression of the optic nerve: the neurosurgeon's perspective -- Neuro-ophthalmological aspects of tumors causing compression of the visual pathway system -- Traumatic optic neuropathy -- The significance of Neuro-Ophthalmology in the diagnosis and therapy of cranial trauma -- Toxic and deficiency optic neuropathy -- Optic pathway diseases of nutritional and toxic origin -- Eye-related symptoms and signs of intracranial hypertension -- Eye-related symptoms and signs of intracranial hypertension -- Blind spot enlargement syndrome -- Part V. NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGIC ASPECTS OF THE OCULAR MOTOR SYSTEM -- Disorders of the pupillomotor pathway -- The most important disorders of the pupillomotor pathway in the clinical practice -- Infranuclear and nuclear neurogenic paresis -- Congenital eye movement disorders -- The most important clinical syndromes of acquired nuclear and infranuclear eye movement disorders and their diagnostic and therapeutic options -- Neurogenic pareses due to dysfunction of the brainstem -- Eye movement disorders related to brainstem dysfunctions - types, clinical significance of vertical localization, modern therapeutic principles -- The clinical significance of otoneurology in the diagnosis brainstem disorders -- Examination of the eye movements of the patient in coma -- Supranuclear eye movement systems and their clinical significance -- Supranuclear regulation of the eye movements and the significance of their disturbances -- Disorders of neuromuscular junction (MG and OMG), non-isolated ocular muscle paresis and myogenic paresis -- Disorders of the neuromuscular junction and their diagnostics -- The ocular characteristics and differential diagnostics of mixed types eye movement disorders (disorders of ocular neuromuscular junction (OMG), non-isolated ocular muscle paresis and myogenic paresis) -- Ocular myasthenia gravis -- Non-isolated ocular muscle palsies -- Myogenic pareses -- Endocrine myopathy and orbitopathy -- Part VI. DISEASES OF THE ORBIT -- Diagnostics and therapy of the diseases of the orbit -- Traumatic injuries of the orbit -- Part VII. NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE FACIAL NERVE -- Tumor lesions of the facial nerve -- Part VIII. THE NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HEADACHES -- Neuro-Ophthalmological aspects of headaches: from the neurologist's approach -- Part IX. REHABILITATION -- Viewing down from the top-Visual impairments developing as a consequence of cortical injury -- Ignored world without missing it: Neglect -- Introducing tools and services helping life of people with impaired vision -- Elementary and occupational rehabilitation of people with impaired vision -- The importance and options of rehablitation on behalf of a neuro-ophthalmologist.
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Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology

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Michael C. Brodsky. (Third edition) --New York, NY: Springer , c2016.
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Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology, 3rd edition provides the single authoritative resource on the pathophysiology, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment of neuro-ophthalmologic disorders in children. This book is encyclopedic in scope, incorporating extensive references for each condition, numerous diagrams and pictures, and a detailed analysis of the clinical disorders included in the differential diagnosis of each condition. The third edition builds upon this format to incorporate new discoveries a…
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Brodsky, Michael C
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Michael C. Brodsky
Edition
Third edition
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2016
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxi, 823 p. : 294 illus., 146 illus. in color)
ISBN
9781493933846
9781493933822 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Eye Diseases
Neurologic Manifestations
Abstract
Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology, 3rd edition provides the single authoritative resource on the pathophysiology, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment of neuro-ophthalmologic disorders in children. This book is encyclopedic in scope, incorporating extensive references for each condition, numerous diagrams and pictures, and a detailed analysis of the clinical disorders included in the differential diagnosis of each condition. The third edition builds upon this format to incorporate new discoveries about mechanisms of disease, new diagnostic modalities, advances in treatment in the field of pediatric neuro-ophthalmology, and updated neuroimaging figures.
Contents
1. The Apparently Blind Infant -- Introduction -- Hereditary Retinal Disorders -- Leber Congenital Amaurosis -- Joubert Syndrome -- Congenital Stationary Night Blindness -- Achromatopsia -- Congenital Optic Nerve Disorders -- Cortical Visual Insufficiency -- Causes of Cortical Visual Loss -- Neurologic and Systemic Disorders -- Characteristics of Visual Function -- Neuro-Ophthalmologic Findings -- Diagnostic and Prognostic Considerations -- Role of Visual Attention -- Subcortical Visual Loss (or Periventricular Leukomalacia) -- Neuroimaging Abnormalities and their Implications -- Neuro-Ophthalmologic Findings -- Perceptual Difficulties -- Dorsal and Ventral Stream Dysfunction -- Pathophysiology -- Intraventricular Hemorrhage -- Periventricular and Intraventricular Hemorrhage -- Hemianopic Visual Field Defects in Children -- Delayed Visual Maturation -- Blindsight -- The Effect of Total Blindness on Circadian Regulation -- Horizons -- 2. Congenital Optic Disc Anomalies -- Introduction -- Optic Nerve Hypoplasia -- Excavated Optic Disc Anomalies -- Morning Glory Disc Anomaly -- Optic Disc Coloboma -- Peripapillary Staphyloma -- Megalopapilla -- Optic Pit -- Papillorenal Syndrome (The Vacant Optic Disc) -- Congenital Tilted Disc Syndrome -- Optic Disc Dysplasia -- Congenital Optic Disc Pigmentation -- Aicardi Syndrome -- Doubling of the Optic Disc -- Optic Nerve Aplasia -- Myelinated (Medullated) Nerve Fibers -- The Albinotic Optic Disc -- 3. The Swollen Optic Disc -- Papilledema -- Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) in Children -- Optic Disc Swelling Secondary to Neurological Disease -- Optic Disc Swelling Secondary to Systemic Disease -- Uveitis -- Posttraumatic Optic Disc Swelling -- Intrinsic Optic Disc Tumors -- Optic Disc Hemangioma -- Tuberous Sclerosis -- Optic Disc Glioma -- Combined Hamartoma of the Retina and RPE -- Retrobulbar Tumors -- Optic Neuritis in Children -- History and Physical Examination -- Postinfectious Optic Neuritis -- Disseminated Encephalomyelitis -- MS and Pediatric Optic Neuritis -- Devic Disease (Neuromyelitis Optica) -- Prognosis and Treatment -- Course of Visual Loss and Visual Recovery -- Systemic Prognosis -- Systemic Evaluation of Pediatric Optic Neuritis -- Treatment -- Leber Idiopathic Stellate Neuroretinitis -- Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Autoimmune Optic Neuropathy -- Pseudopapilledema -- Optic Disc Drusen -- Ocular Disorders Associated with Pseudopapilledema -- Systemic Disorders Associated with Pseudopapilledema -- 4. Optic Atrophy -- Introduction -- Optic Atrophy Associated with Retinal Disease -- Optic Atrophy Vs. Hypoplasia -- Causes of Optic Atrophy in Children -- Compressive/Infiltrative Intracranial Lesions -- Noncompressive Causes of Optic Atrophy in Children with Brain Tumors -- Hereditary Optic Atrophy -- Dominant Optic Atrophy (Kjer Type) -- Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy -- Recessive Optic Atrophhy -- Behr Syndrome -- Wolfram Syndrome (DIDMOAD) -- Toxic/Nutritional Optic Neuropathy -- Neurodegenerative Disorders with Optic Atrophy -- Organic Acidurias -- Optic Atrophy due to Hypoxia-Ischemia -- Traumatic Optic Atrophy -- Miscellaneous Causes -- Summary of the General Approach to the Child with Optic Atrophy -- 5. Transient, Unexplained, and Psychogenic Visual Loss -- Introduction -- Transient Visual Loss -- Migraine -- Epilepsy -- Posttraumatic Transient Cerebral Blindness -- Cardiogenic Embolism -- Nonmigrainous Cerebrovascular Disease -- Miscellaneous Transient Visual Disturbances in Children -- Toxic and Nontoxic Drug Effects -- Summary of Clinical Approach to the Child with Transient Visual Disturbances -- Laboratory Evaluation of Transient Visual Disturbances in Children -- Unexplained Visual Loss in Children -- Causes of Unexplained Visual Loss in Childhood -- Psychogenic Visual Loss in Children -- Clinical Profile -- Neuro-Ophthalmologic Findings -- Categories of Psychogenic Visual Loss in Children -- Management of Psychogenic Visual Loss in Children -- Horizons -- 6. Ocular Motor Nerve Palsies -- Introduction -- Oculomotor Nerve Palsy -- Clinical Anatomy -- Clinical Features -- Partial Forms of Oculomotor Palsy -- Oculomotor Synkinesis -- Etiology -- Vascular Third Nerve Palsy in Children -- Differential Diagnosis -- Management -- Trochlear Nerve Palsy -- Clinical Anatomy -- Clinical Features -- Bilateral Trochlear Nerve Palsy -- Etiology -- Differential Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Abducens Nerve Palsy -- Anatomy -- Clinical Features -- Causes of Sixth Nerve Palsy -- Differential Diagnosis -- Duane Retraction Syndrome -- Management of Sixth Nerve Pals -- Multiple Cranial Nerve Palsies in Children -- Horizons -- 7. Complex Ocular Motor Disorders -- Introduction -- Strabismus in Children with Neurological Dysfunction -- Visuovestibular Disorders -- Neurologic Esotropia -- Neurologic Exotropia -- Skew Deviation -- Gaze Palsies, Gaze Deviations, and Ophthalmoplegia -- Horizontal Gaze Palsy in Children -- Congenital Ocular Motor Apraxia -- Vertical Gaze Palsies in Children -- Diffuse Ophthalmoplegia in Children -- Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia -- Myasthenia Gravis -- Olivopontocerebellar Atrophy -- Botulism -- Fisher Syndrome: A Variant of Guillain-Barré Syndrome -- Bickerstaff Brainstem Encephalitis -- Tick Paralysis -- Wernicke Encephalopathy -- Miscellaneous Causes of Ophthalmoplegia -- Transient Ocular Motor Disturbances of Infancy -- Transient Neonatal Strabismus -- Transient Idiopathic Nystagmus -- Tonic Downgaze -- Tonic Upgaze -- Neonatal Opsoclonus -- Transient Vertical Strabismus in Infancy -- Congenital Cranial Dysinnervation Syndromes -- Congenital Ptosis -- Marcus Gunn Jaw Winking (Trigemino-Oculomotor Synkinesis) -- Congenital Fibrosis Syndrome -- Congenital Horizontal Gaze Palsy with Scoliosis -- Moebius Sequence -- Monocular Elevation Deficiency, or "Double Elevator Palsy" -- Brown Syndrome -- Other Pathologic Synkineses -- Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia -- Cyclic, Periodic, or Aperiodic Disorders Affecting Ocular Structures -- Ocular Neuromyotonia -- Ocular Motor Adaptations and Disorders in Patients with Hemispheric Abnormalities -- Movement Tics -- Eyelid Abnormalities in Children -- Congenital Ptosis -- Excessive Blinking in Children -- Hemifacial Spasm -- Eyelid Retraction -- Apraxia of Eyelid Opening -- Pupillary Abnormalities -- Congenital Bilateral Mydriasis -- Accommodative Paresis -- Adie Syndrome -- Horner Syndrome -- 8. Nystagmus -- Introduction -- Infantile Nystagmus -- Clinical Features -- Onset of Infantile Nystagmus -- Terminology -- History and Physical Examination -- ERG -- Hemispheric Visual Evoked Potentials -- Overlap of Infantile Nystagmus and Strabismus -- Eye Movement Recordings in Infantile Nystagmus -- Contrast Sensitivity and Pattern Detection Thresholds in Infantile Nystagmus -- Theories of Causation -- Visual Disorders Precipitating Infantile Nystagmus -- When to Obtain Neuroimaging Studies in Children with Nystagmus -- Treatment -- Spasmus Nutans -- Russell Diencephalic Syndrome of Infancy -- Monocular Nystagmus -- Nystagmus Associated with Infantile Esotropia -- Torsional Nystagmus -- Horizontal Nystagmus -- Nystagmus -- Nystagmus Blockage Syndrome -- Treatment of Nystagmus Blockage Syndrome -- Vertical Nystagmus -- Upbeating Nystagmus in Infancy -- Congenital Downbeat Nystagmus -- Hereditary Vertical Nystagmus -- Periodic Alternating Nystagmus -- Seesaw Nystagmus -- Congenital versus Acquired Seesaw Nystagmus -- Saccadic Oscillations that Simulate Nystagmus -- Retraction Nystagmus -- Opsoclonus and Ocular Flutter -- Voluntary Nystagmus -- Ocular Bobbing -- Neurological Nystagmus -- Leigh Subacute Necrotizing Encephalomyelopathy -- Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease -- Joubert Syndrome -- Santavuori-Haltia Disease -- Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy -- Deficient Glycoprotein Syndromes -- Down Syndrome -- Hypothyroidism -- Maple Syrup Urine Disease -- Nutritional Nystagmus -- Epileptic Nystagmus -- Cobalamin C Methylmalonic Aciduria and Homocystinuria -- Familial Vestibulocerebellar Disorder -- Summary -- 9. Torticollis and Head Oscillations -- Introduction -- Torticollis -- Ocular Torticollis -- Head Tilts -- Head Turns -- Vertical Head Positions -- Refractive Causes of Torticollis -- Neuromuscular Causes of Torticollis -- Systemic Causes of Torticollis -- Head Oscillations -- Head Nodding with Nystagmus -- Head Nodding without Nystagmus -- Visual Disorders -- Otological Abnormalities -- Systemic Disorders -- 10. Neuro-Ophthalmologic Manifestations of Neurodegenerative Disorders -- Introduction -- Neuronal Disease -- Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis -- Lysosomal Diseases -- Gangliosidoses -- Mucopolysaccharidoses -- Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis -- White Matter Disorders -- Metachromatic Leukodystrophy -- Canavan Disease (Spongy Degeneration of Cerebral White Matter) -- Krabbe Disease -- Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease -- Cockayne Syndrome -- Alexander Disease -- Sjogren-Larsson Syndrome -- Cerebrotendinous Xanthomatosis -- Peroxisomal Disorders -- Zellweger Syndrome -- Adrenoleukodystrophy -- Basal Ganglia Disease -- Pantothenate Kinase-Associated Neurodegeneration -- Wilson Disease -- Aminoacidopathies and Other Biochemical Defectsl -- Maple Syrup Urine Disease -- Homocystinuria -- Abetalipoproteinemia -- Mitochondrial Encephalomyelopathies -- Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia (CPEO) -- Leigh Subacute Necrotizing Encephalomyelopathy -- Mitochondrial Encephalomyelopathy and Stroke-Like Episodes (MELAS) -- Myoclonic Epilepsy and Ragged Red Fibers (MERRF) -- Mitochondrial Depletion Syndrome -- Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation -- Horizons -- 11. Neuro-Ophthalmologic Manifestations of Systemic and Intracranial Disease -- Introduction -- The Phakomatoses -- Neurofibromatosis (NF1) -- Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2) -- Tuberous Sclerosis -- Sturge-Weber Syndrome -- von Hippel-Lindau Disease -- Ataxia Telangiectasia -- Linear Nevus Sebaceous Syndrome -- Klippel.
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National Association of Hospital Play Staff. --London, England: National Association of Hospital Play Staff
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WS 105.5 P5 N33
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Call Number
WS 105.5 P5 N33
Corporate Author
National Association of Hospital Play Staff
Alternate Title
Messy play in hospital
Play for children undergoing oncology / hematology treatment
Pets in hospital
Toddlers in hospital
In the x-ray department
Puppet play in hospital
Blind and partially sighted children in hospital
A Modern view of play in the out-patients department
Play in isolation
Adolescents in hospital
Baby play in hospital
Siblings
Place of Publication
London, England
Publisher
National Association of Hospital Play Staff
Subjects (MeSH)
Play Therapy
Child, Hospitalized
Play and Play Things
Music Therapy
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Placed in the Health Sciences Library, July 2008 by Linda Skinner.
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Retinal Degenerative Diseases : Mechanisms and Experimental Therapy

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John D. Ash, Christian Grimm, Joe G. Hollyfield, Robert E. Anderson, Matthew M. LaVail, Catherine Bowes Rickman, editors. --New York, NY: Springer , c2014.
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This book will contain the proceedings of the XV International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration (RD2012). A majority of those who will speak and present posters at the meeting will contribute to this volume. The blinding diseases of inherited retinal degenerations have no treatments, and age-related macular degeneration has no cures, despite the fact that it is an epidemic among the elderly, with 1 in 3-4 affected by the age of 70. The RD Symposium will focus on the exciting new developments a…
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International Symposium on Retinal Degenerations (15th : 2012 : Bad Gögging, Germany)
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Ash, John D
Grimm, Christian
Hollyfield, Joe G
Anderson, Robert E
LaVail, Matthew M
Bowes Rickman, Catherine
Responsibility
John D. Ash, Christian Grimm, Joe G. Hollyfield, Robert E. Anderson, Matthew M. LaVail, Catherine Bowes Rickman, editors
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2014
Physical Description
1 online resource (lxi, 862 p. : 188 illus., 187 illus. in color)
Series Vol.
v. 801
Series Title
Advances in experimental medicine and biology
ISBN
9781461432098
9781461432081 (print ed.)
ISSN
0065-2598
Subjects (MeSH)
Retina - physiopathology
Retinal Degeneration
Retinal Degeneration - therapy
Abstract
This book will contain the proceedings of the XV International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration (RD2012). A majority of those who will speak and present posters at the meeting will contribute to this volume. The blinding diseases of inherited retinal degenerations have no treatments, and age-related macular degeneration has no cures, despite the fact that it is an epidemic among the elderly, with 1 in 3-4 affected by the age of 70. The RD Symposium will focus on the exciting new developments aimed at understanding these diseases and providing therapies for them. Since most major scientists in the field of retinal degenerations attend the biennial RD Symposia, they are known by most as the "best" and "most important" meetings in the field. The volume will present representative state-of-the-art research in almost all areas of retinal degenerations, ranging from cytopathologic, physiologic, diagnostic and clinical aspects; animal models; mechanisms of cell death; candidate genes, cloning, mapping and other aspects of molecular genetics; and developing potential therapeutic measures such as gene therapy and neuroprotective agents for potential pharmaceutical therapy. While advances in these areas of retinal degenerations will be described, there will be many new topics that either were in their infancy or did not exist at the time of the last RD Symposium, RD2010. These include the role of inflammation and immunity, as well as other basic mechanisms, in age-related macular degeneration, several new aspects of gene therapy, and revolutionary new imaging and functional testing that will have a huge impact on the diagnosis and following the course of retinal degenerations, as well as to provide new quantitative endpoints for clinical trials. The retina is an approachable part of the central nervous system (CNS), and there is a major interest in neuroprotective and gene therapy for CNS diseases and neurodegenerations, in general. It should be noted that with successful and exciting initial clinical trials in neuroprotective and gene therapy, including the restoration of sight in blind children, the retinal degeneration therapies are leading the way towards new therapeutic measures for neurodegenerations of the CNS. Many of the successes recently reported in these areas of retinal degeneration sprang from collaborations established at previous RD Symposia, and many of those will be reported at the RD2010 meeting and included in the proposed volume. We anticipate the excitement of those working in the field and those afflicted with retinal degenerations will be reflected in the volume.
Contents
Part I. Basic Processes: Development, Physiology and Function -- Part II. Basic Processes: RPE -- Part III. Basic Processes: Methodology -- Part IV. Genetics in Retinal Disease -- Part V. AMD: Novel Developments -- Part VI. Müller Cells, Microglia, and Macrophages -- Part VII. Degenerative Processes: Immune-Related Mechanisms, Genes and Factors -- Part VIII. Degenerative Processes: RPE and Fatty Acids -- Part IX. Degenerative Processes: Immune-Related Mechanisms, Genes and Factors -- Part X. Therapy: Gene Therapy -- Part XI. Therapy: Protection.
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STOP, THAT and One Hundred Other Sleep Scales

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Azmeh Shahid ... [et al.], editors. --New York, NY: Springer , c2012.
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STOP, THAT and One Hundred Other Sleep Scales represents a unique, practical addition to the literature in sleep medicine. There are at least four reasons why a sleep clinician should be familiar with rating scales that evaluate different facets of sleep. First, the use of scales facilitates a quick and accurate assessment of a complex clinical problem. In three or four minutes (the time to review ten standard scales), a clinician can come to a broad understanding of the patient in question. Fo…
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Shahid, Azmeh
Responsibility
Azmeh Shahid ... [et al.], editors
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2012
Physical Description
1 online resource (xvii, 421 p. : 233 ill., 15 ill. in color)
ISBN
9781441998934
Subjects (MeSH)
Questionnaires
Sleep Wake Disorders - diagnosis
Subjects (LCSH)
Family medicine
Neurology
Psychiatry
Abstract
STOP, THAT and One Hundred Other Sleep Scales represents a unique, practical addition to the literature in sleep medicine. There are at least four reasons why a sleep clinician should be familiar with rating scales that evaluate different facets of sleep. First, the use of scales facilitates a quick and accurate assessment of a complex clinical problem. In three or four minutes (the time to review ten standard scales), a clinician can come to a broad understanding of the patient in question. For example, a selection of scales might indicate that an individual is sleepy but not fatigued; lacking alertness with no insomnia; presenting with no symptoms of narcolepsy or restless legs but showing clear features of apnea; exhibiting depression and a history of significant alcohol problems. Second, rating scales can provide a clinician with an enhanced vocabulary or language, improving his or her understanding of each patient. In the case of the sleep specialist, a scale can help him to distinguish fatigue from sleepiness in a patient, or elucidate the differences between sleepiness and alertness (which is not merely the inverse of the former). Scales provide clinicians with a repertoire of questions, allowing them to draw upon the extensive experience of their colleagues when attempting to tease apart nuanced problems. Third, some scales are helpful for tracking a patient's progress. A particular patient may not remember how alert he felt on a series of different stimulant medications. Scale assessments administered periodically over the course of treatment provide an objective record of the intervention, allowing the clinician to examine and possibly reassess her approach to the patient. Finally, for individuals conducting a double-blind crossover trial or a straightforward clinical practice audit, those who are interested in research will find that their own clinics become a source of great discovery. Scales provide standardized measures that allow colleagues across cities and countries to coordinate their practices. They enable the replication of previous studies and facilitate the organization and dissemination of new research in a way that is accessible and rapid. The majority of STOP, THAT and One Hundred Other Sleep Scales is devoted to briefly discussing individual scales. When possible, an example of the scale is provided so that readers may gain a sense of the instrument's content. Groundbreaking and the first of its kind to conceptualize and organize the essential scales used in sleep medicine, STOP, THAT and One Hundred Other Sleep Scales is an invaluable resource for all clinicians and researchers interested in sleep disorders.
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A strong beginning : a sourcebook for health and education professionals working with young children who are visually impaired or blind

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Editors, Deborah Gold, Anne Tait. --Toronto, ON: Canadian National Institute for the Blind , 2004.
Call Number
WW 600 C36 2004
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
Call Number
WW 600 C36 2004
Author
Gold, Deborah
Other Authors
Tait, Anne
Responsibility
Editors, Deborah Gold, Anne Tait
Place of Publication
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Canadian National Institute for the Blind
Date of Publication
2004
Physical Description
254 p. : ill.
ISBN
921122071
Subjects (MeSH)
Vision Disorders
Blindness
Eye Diseases
Child
Format
Book
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
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1
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Ultrasonographic Anatomy of the Face and Neck for Minimally Invasive Procedures : An Anatomic Guideline for Ultrasonographic-Guided Procedures

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Hee-Jin Kim, Kwan-Hyun Youn, Ji-Soo Kim, You Soo Kim, Sung Ok Hong, Jongju Na. --Singapore: Springer , c2021.
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This is the very first book to describe the superficial anatomic structure of the face and neck by means of detailed ultrasonography (US). This superbly illustrated book will help aesthetic physicians to familiarize themselves with the US anatomy of the face and neck and to understand the applications and benefits of US when performing minimally invasive aesthetic procedures in this region. A deep understanding of anatomy is imperative if such procedures are to be safe and effective. Bearing in…
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Kim, Hee-Jin
Other Authors
Youn, Kwan-Hyun
Kim, Ji-Soo
Kim, You Soo
Hong, Sung Ok
Na, Jongju
Responsibility
Hee-Jin Kim, Kwan-Hyun Youn, Ji-Soo Kim, You Soo Kim, Sung Ok Hong, Jongju Na
Place of Publication
Singapore
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (ix, 274 p.) : 273 illus., 223 illus. in color
ISBN
9789811565601
9789811565595 (Print ed.)
9789811565618 (Print ed.)
9789811565625 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Cosmetic Techniques
Face - anatomy & histology
Neck - anatomy & histology
Ultrasonography
Specialty
Anatomy
Cosmetic Techniques
Ultrasonography
Abstract
This is the very first book to describe the superficial anatomic structure of the face and neck by means of detailed ultrasonography (US). This superbly illustrated book will help aesthetic physicians to familiarize themselves with the US anatomy of the face and neck and to understand the applications and benefits of US when performing minimally invasive aesthetic procedures in this region. A deep understanding of anatomy is imperative if such procedures are to be safe and effective. Bearing in mind the range of potential anatomic variations, US can offer vital assistance in identifying target structures of the face beneath the skin when carrying out treatments that would otherwise be performed “blind”. In this book, readers will find detailed guidance on the use of US in the context of botulinum toxin and filler injections, threading procedures, and other minimally invasive aesthetic approaches. This is done with the aid of more than 530 US images, including cadaveric dissections and illustrations of volunteers and patients. For novices, valuable information is also provided on the basics of US imaging.
Contents
Basic principles of ultrasonographic imaging -- General US anatomy of the face and neck -- US anatomy of the forehead and temple -- US anatomy of the periorbital region -- US anatomy of the midface and nose -- US anatomy of the perioral and masseter region -- US anatomy of the upper superficial cervical region -- US applications in botulinum toxin injection procedures -- US applications in filler injection procedures -- US applications in thread lifting procedures.
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Vision in children : normal and abnormal

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By Lea Hyvarinen. --Meaford, ON: The Canadian Deaf-Blind & Rubella Association , 1988.
Call Number
WW 600 H223 1988
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
Call Number
WW 600 H223 1988
Author
Hyvarinen, Lea
Responsibility
By Lea Hyvarinen
Place of Publication
Meaford, ON
Publisher
The Canadian Deaf-Blind & Rubella Association
Date of Publication
1988
Physical Description
63 p. : ill.
ISBN
921434006
Subjects (MeSH)
Vision Disorders - diagnosis
Vision Disorders
Vision Tests
Vision
Infant
Child
Format
Book
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
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1
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