Volume 1 Contributors vii Preface xi About the Companion Website xiii SECTION I: BASIC VISION SCIENCES 1 Edited by Kirk N. Gelatt 1 Ocular Embryology and Congenital Malformations 3 Cynthia S. Cook 2 Ophthalmic Anatomy 39 Don A. Samuelson 3 Physiology of the Eye 171 Glenwood G. Gum and Edward O. MacKay 4 Optics and Physiology of Vision 208 Ron Ofri SECTION II: FOUNDATIONS OF CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY 271 Edited by Brian C. Gilger 5 Ocular Immunology 273 Robert English and Brian C. Gilger 6 Clinical Microbiology and Parasitology 300 David Gould and Kostas Papasouliotis 7 Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Part 1 Drug Delivery and Pharmacokinetics 351 Alain Regnier Part 2 Antibacterial Agents, Antifungal Agents, and Antiviral Agents 381 Alison Clode Part 3 Anti-Inflammatory and Immunosuppressant Drugs 407 Amy Rankin Part 4 Mydriatics/Cycloplegics, Anesthetics, and Tear Substitutes and Stimulators 423 Ian P. Herring 8 Veterinary Ophthalmic Pathology 435 Bruce H. Grahn and Robert L. Peiffer, Jr. 9 Ophthalmic Genetics and DNA Testing 524 Simon M. Petersen-Jones 10 Ophthalmic Examination and Diagnostics Part 1 The Eye Examination and Diagnostic Procedures 533 Heidi J. Featherstone and Christine L. Heinrich Part 2 Ocular Imaging 614 David Donaldson and Claudia Hartley Part 3 Diagnostic Ultrasonography 669 Ursula M. Dietrich Part 4 Electrodiagnostic Evaluation of Vision 684 Bjoern Ekesten 11 Fundamentals of Ophthalmic Microsurgery 703 David A. Wilkie 12 Ophthalmic Photography 729 Richard J. McMullen, Jr., Nicholas J. Millichamp, and Christopher G. Pirie SECTION III: CANINE OPHTHALMOLOGY 791 Edited by Kirk N. Gelatt 13 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Orbit 793 Bernhard M. Spiess and Simon A. Pot 14 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Eyelid 832 Frans C. Stades and Alexandra van der Woerdt 15 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Nasolacrimal System 894 Bruce H. Grahn and Lynne S. Sandmeyer 16 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Lacrimal Secretory System 912 Elizabeth A. Giuliano 17 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Conjunctiva and Nictitating Membrane 945 Diane V.H. Hendrix 18 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Cornea and Sclera 976 Eric C. Ledbetter and Brian C. Gilger 19 The Canine Glaucomas 1050 Caryn E. Plummer, Alain Regnier, and Kirk N. Gelatt 20 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Anterior Uvea 1146 Diane V.H. Hendrix 21 Diseases of the Lens and Cataract Formation 1199 Michael G. Davidson and Susan R. Nelms 22 Surgery of the Lens 1234 David A. Wilkie and Carmen M.H. Colitz 23 Diseases and Surgery of the Canine Vitreous 1287 Michael H. Boeve and Frans C. Stades 24 Diseases of the Canine Ocular Fundus 1303 Kristina Narfstroem and Simon M. Petersen-Jones 25 Surgery of the Canine Posterior Segment 1393 Samuel J. Vainisi, Joseph C. Wolfer, and Allison R. Hoffman 26 Diseases of the Canine Optic Nerve 1432 Bianca C. Martins and Dennis E. Brooks SECTION IV: SPECIAL OPHTHALMOLOGY 1475 Edited by Thomas J. Kern 27 Feline Ophthalmology 1477 Jean Stiles 28 Equine Ophthalmology 1560 Brian C. Gilger 29 Food Animal Ophthalmology 1610 Jacqueline W. Pearce and Cecil P. Moore 30 Ophthalmology of New World Camelids 1675 Juliet R. Gionfriddo 31 Laboratory Animal Ophthalmology 1692 David L. Williams, with contribution by Glenwood G. Gum 32 The Rabbit 1725 David Williams 33 Exotic Animal Ophthalmology 1750 Thomas J. Kern and Carmen M.H. Colitz 34 Neuro-ophthalmology 1820 Aubrey A. Webb and Cheryl L. Cullen 35 Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Disease Part 1 The Dog 1897 Cheryl L. Cullen and Aubrey A. Webb Part 2 The Cat 1978 Cheryl L. Cullen and Aubrey A. Webb Part 3 The Horse 2037 Cheryl L. Cullen and Aubrey A. Webb Part 4 Food Animals 2071 Cheryl L. Cullen and Aubrey A. Webb Index 2102
Kirk N. Gelatt, VMD, Diplomate, ACVO,is DistinguishedProfessor Emeritus at the University of Florida. Brian C. Gilger, DVM, MS, Diplomate, ACVO, is Professorof Ophthalmology at North Carolina State University. Thomas J. Kern, DVM, Diplomate, ACVO, is AssociateProfessor of Ophthalmology at Cornell University.
Just in case the numerous beautiful pictures and the listof references do not quench your thirst for eyes. A masterpiece!. (Vets Today, 1 October 2013) Veterinarians with a serious interest in ophthalmology,whether in practice, academia or research, should consider thisbook essential. It is without equal in its field. (Veterinary Record, 11 January 2014) This seminal reference is without peer in the field ofveterinary ophthalmology. While other books may be moreappropriate as quick references for practicing veterinarians, thisbook will always be considered the gold standard in the field. Theeditors have done a superb job revising the previous edition. Newand notable updates include chapters on immunology, genetics,examination techniques, imaging, microsurgery, photography, equineophthalmology, and neuro-ophthalmology. (Doody s, 20 September 2013)