Sebag, J.


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Table of contents

Part I. Biochemistry

1. I.A. Vitreous Proteins
Paul N. Bishop

2. I.B. Hyaluronan and Other Carbohydrates in the Vitreus
Janet L. Denlinger, Endre A. Balazs

3. I.C. Hereditary Vitreo-Retinopathies
Martin P. Snead, Allan J. Richards

4. I.D. Vitreous Cytokines and Regression of the Fetal Hyaloid Vasculature
Kenneth M. P. Yee, Edward P. Feener, Benbo Gao, Lloyd Paul Aiello, Michele C. Madigan, Jan Provis, Fred N. Ross-Cisneros, Alfredo A. Sadun, J. Sebag

5. I.E. Diabetic Vitreopathy
Jesse Gale, Lloyd Paul Aiello, J. Sebag

6. I.F. Vitreous Biochemistry and Artificial Vitreous
Sven Crafoord, Fredrik Ghosh, J. Sebag

Part II. Anatomy, Development and Aging

7. II.A. Development and Developmental Disorders of Vitreous
Zabrina S. Kingston, Jan M. Provis, Michele C. Madigan

8. II.B. Myopic Vitreopathy
Jesse Gale, Yasushi Ikuno

9. II.C. Vitreous Aging and Posterior Vitreous Detachment
Kevin Tozer, Mark W. Johnson, J. Sebag

10. II.D. Hyalocytes: Essential Vitreous Cells in Vitreoretinal Health and Disease
Takeshi Kita, Taiji Sakamoto, Tatsuro Ishibashi

11. II.E. Vitreoretinal Interface and Inner Limiting Membrane
Willi Halfter, J. Sebag, Emmett T. Cunningham

12. II.F. To See the Invisible: The Quest of Imaging Vitreous
J. Sebag, Ronald H. Silverman, D. Jackson Coleman

Part III. Pathology/Pathobiology

13. III.A. Congenital Vascular Vitreoretinopathies
Ronald Paul Hobbs, Mary Elizabeth Hartnett

14. III.B. Anomalous Posterior Vitreous Detachment and Vitreoschisis
J. Sebag, Moritz Niemeyer, Michael J. Koss

15. III.C. Pathology of Vitreomaculopathies
Arnd Gandorfer, Ricarda G. Schumann, Christos Haritoglou, Anselm Kampik

16. III.D. Vitreo-Macular Adhesion/Traction and Macular Holes: Pseudo, Lamellar, and Full-Thickness
Miriam Englander, Jay S. Duker, Peter K. Kaiser

17. III.E. Vitreo-Papillary Adhesion and Traction
Michelle Y. Wang, Alfredo A. Sadun, J. Sebag

18. III.F. Vitreous in the Pathobiology of Macular Pucker
Kevin Tozer, J. Sebag

19. III.G. Vitreous in Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Ilse Krebs, Carl Glittenberg, Susanne Binder

20. III.H. Peripheral Vitreo–Retinal Pathologies
J. Sebag, Stephan Dunker, W. Richard Green

21. III.I. Role of Vitreous in the Pathogenesis of Retinal Detachment
Wallace S. Foulds

22. III.J. Cell Proliferation at the Vitreoretinal Interface in Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy and Related Disorders
Sonia Mehta, Rui Zhang, Hans E. Grossniklaus

23. III.K. Vitreous in Retinovascular Diseases and Diabetic Macular Edema
Gabriele E. Lang

24. III.L. Proliferative Diabetic Vitreoretinopathy
Peter Kroll, Eduardo B. Rodrigues, Carsten H. Meyer

Part IV. Physiology and Pharmacotherapy

25. IV.A. Vitreous Physiology
Einar Stefánsson

26. IV.B. Oxygen in Vitreoretinal Physiology and Pathology
Nancy M. Holekamp, David C. Beebe, Ying-Bo Shui

27. IV.C. Vitreous and Iris Neovascularization
David McLeod

28. IV.D. Physiology of Accommodation and Role of the Vitreous Body
D. Jackson Coleman, Ronald H. Silverman, Harriet Lloyd

29. IV.E. Principles and Practice of Intravitreal Application of Drugs
Phoebe Lin, Shivali Menda, Eugene Juan

30. IV.F. Pharmacotherapy of Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy
Philip J. Banerjee, David G. Charteris, David Wong

31. IV.G. Physiology of Vitreous Substitutes
Ian Y. Wong, Ning Cheung, David Wong

Part V.A.. Posterior Vitreo-Retinal Surgery

32. V.A.1. Age-Related Macular Degeneration Surgery
Susanne Binder, Lawrence P. Chong

33. V.A.2. Vitreomaculopathy Surgery
Marta S. Figueroa, Inés Contreras

34. V.A.3. Chromodissection in Vitreoretinal Surgery
Christos Haritoglou, Arnd Gandorfer, Anselm Kampik

35. V.A.4. Macular Hole and Macular Pucker Surgery with Special Emphasis on Reoperations
Billy X. Pan, Kenneth M. P. Yee, Fred N. Ross-Cisneros, Alfredo A. Sadun, J. Sebag

36. V.A.5. Surgery of Diabetic Vitreo-Retinopathy and Diabetic Macular Edema
Simon Brunner, Susanne Binder

37. V.A.6. Vitreous Surgery of Arterial and Venous Retinovascular Diseases
Jose Garcia-Arumi, Susanne Binder, Mahmoud Leila, Miguel Angel Zapata Victori

Part V.B.. Peripheral Vitreo-Retinal Surgery

38. V.B.1. The History of Vitrectomy Instrumentation: A Personal Account of a Transoceanic Australian-USA Collaboration
Jean-Marie Parel

39. V.B.2. Modern Vitrectomy Cutters: An Improved Understanding of Vitreous Cutting
Lawrence P. Chong

40. V.B.3. The Future of Vitrectomy
Jean-Pierre Hubschman, Sanket U. Shah, Vinod B. Voleti

41. V.B.4. Prophylaxis and Cure of Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment
C. Pat Wilkinson

42. V.B.5. Management of Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy
Ankur N. Mehta, Gary W. Abrams

43. V.B.6. Retinectomy for Recalcitrant Retinal Detachments
Lawrence P. Chong

44. V.B.7. Pneumatic Retinopexy
Kenneth M. P. Yee, J. Sebag

45. V.B.8. Vitreous Floaters and Vision: Current Concepts and Management Paradigms
Laura C. Huang, Kenneth M. P. Yee, Christianne A. Wa, Justin N. Nguyen, Alfredo A. Sadun, J. Sebag

46. V.B.9. Rare Indications for Vitrectomy: Tumor Excision, Optic Nerve Pits, and Malignant Glaucoma
Lawrence P. Chong

Part VI. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis

47. VI.A. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis
J. Sebag

48. VI.B. The History of Pharmacologic Vitreolysis
Wallace S. Foulds

49. VI.C. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis with Tissue Plasminogen Activator
Peter Kroll, Lutz Hesse

50. VI.D.1. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis with Plasmin: Basic Science Experiments
Thierry C. Verstraeten

51. VI.D.2. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis with Plasmin: Clinical Studies
Hiroko Terasaki, Tetsu Asami

52. VI.E.1. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis with Ocriplasmin: Basic Science Studies
Marc D. Smet, Bart Jonckx

53. VI.E.2. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis with Ocriplasmin: Clinical Studies
Peter Stalmans

54. VI.F. Hyaluronidase as a Vitreous Liquefactant
Marc D. Smet, Lisa Grillone

55. VI.G. Pharmacologic Vitreolysis with Purified Dispase (Vitreolysin™)
Tongalp H. Tezel, Lucian V. Priore, Henry J. Kaplan

56. VI.H. Chondroitinase as a Vitreous Interfactant: Vitreous Disinsertion in the Human
Stephen R. Russell, Gregory S. Hageman

57. Erratum: Vitreous Floaters and Vision: Current Concepts and Management Paradigms
Laura C. Huang, Kenneth M. P. Yee, Christianne A. Wa, Justin N. Nguyen, Alfredo A. Sadun, J. Sebag

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Ophthalmology, Surgery, Pathology

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