With more than 5,000 images and comprehensive illustrations of the entire spectrum of vitreous, retina, and macula disorders, The Retinal Atlas, 2nd Edition, is an indispensable reference for retina specialists and comprehensive ophthalmologists as well as residents and fellows in training. For this edition, an expanded author team made up of Drs. K. Bailey Freund, David Sarraf, William F. Mieler, and Lawrence A. Yannuzzi, each an expert in retinal research and imaging, provide definitive up-to-date perspectives in this rapidly advancing field. This award-winning title has been thoroughly updated with new images with multimodal illustrations, new coverage and insight into key topics, and new disorders and classifications making it the most useful and most complete atlas of its kind.
- Provides a complete visual guide to advanced retinal imaging and diagnosis of the full spectrum of retinal diseases, including early and later stages of disease.
- Enhances understanding by presenting comparison imaging modalities, composite layouts, high-power views, panoramic disease visuals, and selected magnified areas to hone in on key findings and disease patterns.
- Features color coding for different imaging techniques, as well as user-friendly arrows, labels, and magnified images that point to key lesions and intricacies.
- Covers all current retinal imaging methods including: optical coherence tomography (OCT), indocyanine green angiography, fluorescein angiography, and fundus autofluorescence.
- Depicts and explains expanding OCT uses, including spectral domain and en face OCT, and evolving retinal imaging modalities such as ultra-wide-field fundus photography, angiography and autofluorescence.
- Presents a select team of experts, all of whom are true international leaders in retinal imaging, and have assisted in contributing to the diverse library of common and rare case illustrations.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Normal
Chapter 2: Hereditary chorioretinal dystrophies
Chapter 3: Pediatric retina
Chapter 4: Inflammation
Chapter 5: Infection
Chapter 6: Retinal vascular disease
Chapter 7: Degeneration
Chapter 8: Oncology
Chapter 9: Macular fibrosis, pucker, cysts, holes, folds, and edema
Chapter 10: Non-rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
Chapter 11: Peripheral retinal degenerations and rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
Chapter 12: Traumatic chorioretinopathy
Chapter 13: Complications of ocular surgery
Chapter 14: Chorioretinal toxicities
Chapter 15: Congenital anomalies of the optic nerve