By Lanning B. Kline, MD

A patient-centered method of the prognosis and therapy of significant neuro-ophthalmic stipulations. concentrating on very important featuring signs, this e-book leads the reader throughout the occasionally sophisticated manifestations of neuro-ophthalmic illness to anatomic localization of lesions and definitive analysis. additionally contains an outline of the anatomy of the visible pathway, guidance for accomplishing the neuro-ophthalmic exam and acceptable use of diagnostic imaging reviews.

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Hoyt WF. The representation of the visual field in human striate cortex. Arch Ophthalmol. 1991;109:822. ) CHAPTER 1: Neuro-Ophthalmic Anatomy. 31 located within the lingual and fusiform gyrus, seems to be particularly sensitive to color. Damage to this area is probably responsible for most cases of cerebral achromatopsia. Anterior and lateral to area V4, V5 (posterior and within the superior temporal sulcus and gyrus subangularis) is very sensitive to movement and direction (Fig 1-14). The underlying white matter is heavily myelinated.

Modified by C. H. ) colliculus; of Eye Movements. t = thalamus; TR = 3rd ed. New York' Oxford 38 . Neuro-Ophthalmology Figure 1-19 Anatomic scheme for the synthesis of signals for horizontal eye movements. The abducens nucleus (CN V/) contains abducens motoneurons, which innervate the ipsilateral lateral rectus muscle (LR), and abducens internuclear neurons, which send an ascending projection in the contralateral medial longitudinal fasciculus (MLF) to contact medial rectus (MR) motoneurons in the contralateral third nerve nucleus (CN /I/).

Adjacent plexus. 8, Anterolateral view. A, Lateral 1: Neuro-Ophthalmic view of venous drainage Anatomy. of the orbit (Continues) 21 and 22 . Neuro-Ophthalmology Figure 1-10 C. Superficial venous structures of the eyelid. Key: acv = anterior collateral vein; afv = anterior facial vein; av = angular vein; crv = central retinal vein; cs = cavernous sinus; iopv = inferior ophthalmic vein; iov = infraorbital vein; ipv = inferior palpebral vein; ir = inferior root of superior ophthalmic vein; Iv = lacrimal vein; mb = muscular branch; mcv = medial collateral vein; mopv = medial ophthalmic venous vein; nb = nasal branch; pp = pterygoid plexus; psav = posterior superior alveolar vein; sopv = superior ophthalmic vein; sov = supraorbital vein; spv = superior palpebral veins; sr = superior root of superior ophthalmic vein; stv = supratrochlear vein; vv = vena vorticosa (superior lateral and medial vorticose veins; inferior lateral and medial vorticose veins).

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