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Goals and Objectives
At the end of this course the student should be able to:
-Describe the anatomy and the physiopathology of the orbit and the adnexa (exophthalmos, inflammations and tumours of the orbit, pathology of the eyelids and of the lacrimal system, orbital trauma)
-Describe the anatomy, physiopathology and the pathology of the conjunctiva, sclera, uvea, lens and posterior segment
-Describe the physiopathology of the hydrodynamics of aqueous humour (Glaucoma)
-Describe the physiopathology of the optic nerve and optic ways, eye refraction defects and of some pathologies of infancy.
Anatomy of the eye, adnexa and optic pathways. Intraocular pressure, physiology of the retina, visual field, extrinsic ocular muscles.
Pathology of the orbit: ocular manifestations in Graves disease and thyrotoxicosis, proptosis.
Dry eye syndrome, dacryoadenitis, dacryocystitis, neoformations of lacrimal apparatus, inflammatory and not-inflammatory lesions of the eyelids.
Bacterial, viral and allergic conjunctivitis. Tumours of the conjunctiva. Corneal dystrophies and degenerations, keratitis and keratopathies, deficits of cornea limbal stem cells, corneal surgery.
Episcleritis and scleritis. Uveitis. Retinopathies and maculopathies, retinal detachment. Transparency and positional anomalies of the lens. Optic neuropathies, papilledema, chiasmatic, and retrochiasmatic pathologies.
Open-angle primary glaucoma, angle-closure glaucoma, congenital glaucoma.
Connective and vascular pathologies. Ocular trauma, orbit and eyelids trauma.
|Azzolini C, Carta F, Gandolfi S, Marchini G, Menchini U, Simonelli F, Traverso CE||Clinica dell’apparato visivo (Edizione 2)||EDRA MASSON||2014||978-88-214-3755-7|
Written test with multiple choice questions