By Ronald Pitts Crick, Peng Tee Khaw
The fabric during this textbook on scientific ophthalmology has been revised and multiplied to incorporate advancements in learn and perform. Containing 357 illustrations during the textual content, it's a useful advisor to the learn of ophthalmology, however it embraces the ocular features of normal illnesses world-wide and uncomplicated equipment of research and remedy the place acceptable. the amount positive factors references by way of web page and representation quantity, due to collaboration with the authors of "Colour Atlas of Ophthalmology"; the 2 books include all jointly a very good 579 illustrations (343 in colour), together with sixteen stereo plates. one other spouse e-book is "The Ophthalmology Examinations Review", which goals to supply an efficient presentation of information for exam reasons. jointly the 3 volumes provide a learn foundation for ophthalmologists in education, whereas supplementing their studying of medical paintings and surgical approach with the examine of study papers and evaluation monographs.
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Between the lamellae are found cells (keratocytes) responsible for the production of collagen and ground substance - mucopolysaccharides and glycosaminoglycans. Descemet's membrane is a distinct structure and is a tough layer relatively resistant to both infection and trauma. The endothelium is only one cell layer thick and, unlike the epithelium, the cells do not regenerate if injured. If endothelial cell loss occurs, the remaining cells become flattened and their increased surface area allows the defect to be covered, but endothelial function is reduced.
The hyaloid artery proximal to these branches becomes the central retinal artery. Tertiary vitreous which forms the lens zonule is partly made up of tissue from the primary vitreous and partly from fibres which develop in conjunction with the basement membrane of the ciliary body (Figs. 4 p45). Fig. 5 The development of the lens lens vesicle. Fig. 6 The development of lens elongation of the posterior cells.
31. Zygomatic branch of the maxillary nerve. 20 A Textbook of Clinical Ophthalmology The mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve passes through the foramen ovale to emerge into the infratemporal fossa. It has motor and sensory roots. The motor root mainly supplies the muscles of mastication. The sensory root is the sensory supply to the skin of the scalp and its auriculo-temporal branch receives secretomotor fibres from the otic ganglion for the parotid salivary gland. Its lingual branch near its origin receives from the chorda tympani both sensory taste fibres for the anterior two thirds of the tongue and secretomotor motor fibres which relay in the submandibular ganglion and supply the sublingual and submandibular salivary glands (Fig.
A Textbook of Clinical Ophthalmology: A Practical Guide to Disorders of the Eyes and Their Management by Ronald Pitts Crick, Peng Tee Khaw