Kovács, Tibor


Kovács, Tibor - Neuro-Ophthalmology, ebook


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Table of contents

Part I. The Importance and Role of Neuro-Ophthalmology

1. The Importance and Role of Neuro-ophthalmology in Ophthalmological Clinical Practice
Judit Somlai

2. The Importance of Neuro-ophthalmology in Neurology
Tibor Kovács

Part II. Objectives and Recent Results in the Neuro-Ophthalmological Clinical Practice

3. Mechanisms of Parallel Information Processing in the Visual System
György Benedek

4. A New Direction: Neuro-endocrino-immunology
Csaba Balázs

5. Visual and Oculomotor Disorders in Internal Diseases
György Pfliegler

6. Genetic Aspects of Neuro-ophtalmological Diseases
Mária Judit Molnár

7. Recent Knowledge in the Neurosurgical Practice Regarding the Visual System
János Vajda

8. The Role of Gamma Knife Stereotactic Radiosurgery in the Treatment of Neuro-ophthalmological Diseases
Gyôrgy T. Szeifert, Jenô Szeifert

9. Neurointerventional Treatment of Diseases Causing Neuro-ophthalmological Symptoms
Istvan Szikora

10. Recent Results in Neuropathology: Demyelinating and Conformational Diseases
Tibor Kovács

Part III. Conventional, Novel and Complementary Examinations in Ophthalmology

11. Algorithm of the Neuro-ophthalmological Examination Used in the International Practice
Judit Somlai

12. Objective and Subjective Examination Methods of Visual Acuity
Márta Janáky

13. Examination of Contrast Sensitivity
Márta Janáky

14. Examination of Color Vision
Klára Aczél

15. Electroretinography (ERG): Electrophysiological Examination of the Retina
Ägnes Farkas

16. Functional Examinations of the Visual Pathway System with Electrophysiological Methods
Márta Janáky

17. Clinical Importance of Conventional and Modern Visual Field Tests in the Topographical Diagnostics of Visual Pathway Disorders
Judit Somlai

18. The Differential Diagnosis of Visual Field Deficits at the Bedside
Gyula Gács, Ildikó Szilvássy

19. The Role of Fluorescein Angiography and Optical Coherence Tomography in the Examination of Circulatory Disorders of the Optic Disc
Zsuzsa Récsán, Zsuzsa Szepessy

20. Optical Coherence Tomography of the Optic Disc and the Macula in Neurodegenerative Diseases
Gábor Márk Somfai, Erika Tátrai, Magdolna Simó

21. Diagnosis, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Congenital Ocular Motor Disorders
Anna Soproni, Patrícia Domsa

22. Polatest Procedure
Judit Pálfia, Ernő Pálfia

23. Physiology and Examination Methods of the Pupillomotor Pathway
Bernadett Salomváry

24. Neuro-ophthalmological Methods for the Clinical Analysis of Double Vision
Judit Somlai

25. Duplex Ultrasound Examination of the Carotid and Vertebral Arteries
Péter Barsi

26. Transcranial Doppler Examination
Gyula Pánczél

27. Color Doppler Ultrasound Examination in Orbital Diseases
János Németh, Zoltan Harkányi, Zita Morvay

28. The Role of the Ophthalmologic Ultrasound in Neuro-ophthalmology
Béla Csákány, János Németh

29. The Role of the EMG-ENG in Diagnosing Neuro-ophthalmologic Diseases
Mária Judit Molnár

30. Computed Tomography Examinations
József Kenéz

31. Neuroradiology, Functional MRI
György Várallyay, Lajos Rudolf Kozák

32. Novel Information Regarding the Visual and Eye Movement Systems in Otoneurology
Ágnes Szirmai

33. Electro-Oculography (EOG) Examination of Eye Movements
Szilvia Gulyás

34. The Importance of Familiar Thrombophilias in the Clinical Practice. Novel Ways in Anticoagulant Therapy
László Nemes

35. Novel Consideration Regarding the Role of Evoked Potential in Confirming the Diagnosis of Eye Movement Disorders of Brainstem Origin
Szabolcs Tóth

Part IV. Diseases of Retina and the Optic Nerve (Visual and Sensory System)

36. Hereditary Diseases of the Retina
Ágnes Farkas

37. The Roles of Electroretinography (ERG) and Visual Evoked Potential (VEP) Examinations in the Diseases of the Retina and/or the Optic Nerve
Márta Janáky

38. Congenital Diseases of the Optic Nerve
Márta Janáky

39. Phacomatoses
Judit Somlai

40. Retrobulbar Optic Neuropathy: From the Neurologists Approach
Gábor Lovas

41. Neuromyelitis Optica (Devic’s Disease): A New Concept for an Old Disease
Zsolt Illes

42. Acquired Inflammatory Diseases of the Optic Nerve: From the Neuro-Ophthalmologist’s Approach
Judit Somlai

43. Vascular Diseases of the Optic Nerve: Internal Medicine Aspects
György Pfliegler

44. The Cardiovascular Background of ‘Intracerebral Small Vessel Disease’
Éva Nieszner

45. Vascular Diseases of the Optic Nerve: The Neuro-Ophthalmologist’s Approach
Judit Somlai

46. Diseases Causing Compression of the Optic Nerve: The Neurosurgeon’s Perspective
János Vajda

47. Neuro-Ophthalmological Aspects of Tumors Causing Compression of the Visual Pathway System
Bernadett Salomváry

48. The Significance of Neuro-ophthalmology in the Diagnosis and Therapy of Cranial Trauma
György T. Szeifert, Judit Somlai

49. Toxic and Deficiency Optic Neuropathy
Vera Klein

50. Ocular Symptoms and Signs of Intracranial Hypertension
Judit Somlai

51. Big Blind Spot Syndrome (Papillophlebitis)
Gyula Gács, Ildikó Szilvássy

Part V. Neuro-Ophthalmologic Aspects of the Ocular Motor System

52. The Most Important Disorders of the Pupillomotor Pathway in the Clinical Practice
Judit Somlai

53. Congenital Eye Movement Disorders
Andrea Deák

54. The Most Important Clinical Syndromes of Acquired Nuclear and Infranuclear Eye Movement Disorders, and Their Diagnostic and Therapeutic Options
Judit Somlai

55. Eye Movement Disorders Related to Brainstem Dysfunctions -Types, Clinical Significance of Vertical Localization, Modern Therapeutic Principles
Judit Somlai

56. The Clinical Significance of Otoneurology in the Diagnosis of Brainstem Disorders
Ágnes Szirmai

57. Examination of the Eye Movements of the Patient in Coma
György Geréby

58. Supranuclear Regulation of the Eye Movements and the Significance of Their Disturbances
Szilvia Gulyás

59. Disorders of the Neuromuscular Junction and Their Diagnostics
László Sándor Fornádi

60. 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)
Judit Somlai

61. Endocrine Myopathy and Orbitopathy
Csaba Balázs

Part VI. Diseases of the Orbit

62. Diagnostics and Therapy of Diseases of the Orbit
Katalin Korányi

63. Traumatic Injuries of the Orbit
György Pulay

Part VII. Neuro-Ophthalmological Considerations of the Facial Nerve

64. Tumor Lesions of the Facial Nerve
Ildikó Gádor

Part VIII. The Neuro-Ophthalmological Aspects of Headaches

65. Neuro-Opthalmological Aspects of Headaches from the Neurologist’s Aspect
Csaba Ertsey

Part IX. Rehabilitation

66. Viewing Down from the Top: Visual Impairments Developing as a Consequence of Cortical Injury
Anna Verseghi, Zita Snagy Nagy

67. Ignored World Without Missing It Neglect
Anna Verseghi, Zita Snagy Nagy

68. Introducing Tools and Services Helping Life of People with Impaired Vision
Mihaly Szuhaj, Peter Szatmari

69. Elementary and Occupational Rehabilitation of People with Impaired Vision
Marta Tolnayne Csattos, Laszlo Joszt

70. The Importance of Rehabilitation and the Options of a Neuro-ophthalmologist
Judit Somlai

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Neurology, Ophthalmology

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