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Author Granet, David B., author

Title Challenging Cases in Pediatric Ophthalmology / David B. Granet, Shira L. Robbins, Leslie Julie Baber
Published Elk Grove Village, IL : American Academy of Pediatrics, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (xxii, 632 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents Sect. 1: Red eye -- Newborn with ocular discharge -- Red, watery eye -- Red eye with mucopurulent discharge -- Itchy, irritated eyes -- Red eye with periocular pearly rash -- Eyelid crusting and redness -- Unilateral eye redness without discharge -- Acute well-circumscribed red eye -- Fever and red eyes -- Ocular pain, redness, photophobia, and tearing -- Red, painful eye -- Sudden eye redness and pain -- Periocular redness and pain -- Sect. 2: Teary eye -- Tearing and mucoid discharge in an infant -- Infant with tearing and light sensitivity -- Sect. 3: Eyelid and orbit -- Swollen eyelids -- Strawberry-colored lesion on the eyelid -- Droopy eyelid -- Paingul lump on the eyelid -- Tearing, eye rubbing, and blinking -- Bruising around the eyes -- Orbital mass -- Painless eyelid bump -- Sect. 4: Abnormal red reflex -- Eye with white pupil -- White spots in the eyes -- Abnormal pupillary light reflex -- Sect. 5: Abnormalities of the anterior segment -- Different-colored eyes -- Unusual pupil -- Brown spot on the eye -- Pupil asymmetry -- Painful red eye -- Cloudy corneas in a newborn -- Abnormally large pupils -- Unusual fundus color -- Acute visual loss -- Infant with increasing head size -- Headache with double vision -- Night blindness -- Eye problems in a premature infant -- Nystagmus and poor vision since birth -- Swelling of the optic nerve -- Excavated optic nerve -- White mass on the optic nerve -- Sect. 7: Trauma -- Trauma leading to pain, photophobia, and small pupil -- Vomiting after eyelid trauma -- Trauma and double vision -- Light flashes, floaters, and visual loss -- Bleeding in the eye hit with a ball -- Eye burn -- Trauma, decreased vision, and irregular pupil -- Eyelid laceration after dog bite -- Head injury in an infant -- Black eye
Sect. 8: Abnormal eye movement/position -- Apparent in-turning of eyes -- Infant with crossed eyes -- Intermittent cross-eye -- Eyes walking away -- Smaller turned-out eye -- Head tilt and eye misalignment -- Acute head turn -- Shaking eyes and head -- Odd eye movement -- Crossing and limited outward rotation of both eyes -- Sect. 9: Decreased vision -- Floaters and blurred vision -- Decreased vision and a "normal" eye -- An infant who seems not to see -- Decreased visual acuity in both eyes -- Sect. 10: Systemic disease -- Normal vision in a patient with poor blood glucose control -- White mass on the eye -- Droopy eyelid and eyelid nodule -- Absence of tearing -- Pale, shaking eyes -- Slanted eyelid fissures and poor vision -- Eye misalignment, eyelid, ptosis, and shaking eyes -- No ocular complaints in a patient with sickle cell disease -- Infant with red, painful eye -- Port-wine stain and red eye -- Chronic red eye with photophobia -- Poor vision in a child with cerebral palsy -- Blistering rash after eye infection -- Tall boy with nearsightedness -- Decreased vision in a child with leukemia history -- Floaters and light sensitivity -- Sect. 11: Problems in school/reading -- Letters are backwards -- Sect. 12: Incidental findings -- Failed vision screen -- Head tilted or turned to see -- Droopy eyelids and wandering eyes -- Headache and visual loss -- Appendixes: A: Table of contents by condition -- B: General resources
Summary Challenging Cases in Pediatric Ophthalmology is an information-rich new resource with 88 real-life case studies spanning all the ocular issues likely to be encountered in everyday practice. Developed by a distinguished editorial team with contributions from more than 80 top pediatric ophthalmologists help you sharpen your eye-care skills from initial evaluation to final outcome. Clear, easy-reading case reports guide you step-by-step through:- Patient presentation- Diagnosis- Differential diagnosis- When to refer- Treatment- Detailed discussion including management recommendationsWith i
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Pediatric ophthalmology -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case Reports.
Case studies.
Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Baber, Leslie Julia, 1971-2009, author
Robbins, Shira L., author
ISBN 1581106211 (electronic bk.)
9781581106213 (electronic bk.)