neurophthalmology

neurophthalmology

(nu?rof-thal-mol'o-je) [? + ophthalmos, eye, + logos, word, reason] Neuro-ophthalmology.
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The INCR carries out more than 200 thousand specialized examinations and has the subspecialties of Epilepsy, Neurovascular, Neurodegenerative, Neuroinfectious, Neurophthalmology, Neurorehabilitation, Neuropediatrics and Behavioral Neurology.
I will finish my Doctorate in health care strategic development, and then start a masters in neurophthalmology, which has long been a dream of mine.
The final section details the uses of OCT for other purposes, such as imaging inflammation reactions, glaucoma, intraocular tumors, and neurophthalmology. Color and b&w photos and images are provided throughout.
General subjects include neurology, anatomy and physiology, developmental abnormalities, diagnostic tools, toxicology, coma and brain death, fluids, infections, seizures, spine and spinal cord conditions and injuries, functional neurosurgery, pain management, tumors, radiation therapy, peripheral nerves, neurophthalmology, neurotology, operations and procedures, aneurysms, vascular malformation, hemorrhage, outcome assessment and differential diagnosis.
Orbital disorders and neurophthalmology cases were prevalent in 0.5% of the study group.
(1.) Golnik Karl, Walsh and Hoyt's Clinical Neurophthalmology: The Essentials.