The Human Eye, Diseases and Disorders for Eyelash Technicians.

Author: Louise Prunty

Publisher: CreateSpace


Category: Education

Page: 74

View: 540

This book is intended for eyelash technicians or anyone who offers cosmetic eye category treatments. Training in eyelash extensions often doesn't cover the large number of eye conditions that can occur. This book was written out of the need for a simple but complete overview of the human eye and its associated disease conditions. I am sure you will find it a great reference guide for conditions that may come up during a treatment consultation. The author Louise Prunty has been in the cosmetics industry for 9 years, has performed treatments, training, been the director of a wholesale eyelash company and developed a line of eyelash cosmetic products. Louise has also authored several business books, beauty books and is the editor of Lash Inc Magazine focusing on eyelash treatments.

Age-Related Changes of the Human Eye

Author: Carlo Cavallotti

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Medical

Page: 410

View: 404

Aging research on the human eyes crosses all areas of ophthalmology and also relies upon biological, morphological, physiological, and biochemical tools for its study. This book reviews all aspects of human eye aging. In addition to descriptions of age-related changes in almost all the structures of the human eyes, the authors also include interesting accounts of personal experiments and data. It provides an extensive panorama of what happens during aging in the eye.

Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions

Author: Margaret Schell Frazier

Publisher: Saunders


Category: Medical

Page: 823

View: 391

Offering quick access to the pathological conditions most commonly seen in the physician''s office, this portable text/reference is ideal for administrative and clinical medical assistants who have a wide range of responsibilities - including billing, coding, telephone screening, taking patient examinations, understanding diagnostic and treatment procedures, and putting together patient education programs. Thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the changes in the field, this third edition features an enhanced format with a description of over 500 conditions and disorders, their ICD-9-CM codes, signs and symptoms, patient screening, etiology, diagnostic assessment and clinical tests, treatment options, prognosis, prevention, and patient teaching. A companion website provides multiple weblinks for all diseases and conditions profiled in the book. Disease presentations follow a normal pathological progression - with descriptions, related ICD-9-CM codes, symptoms and signs, patient screening, etiology, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, prevention, and patient teaching - to help readers conceptualize disease pathology and better apply information. Enrichment and Alert boxes offer readers information, clarification, and precautions next to the related topic in the text to improve the awareness of diseases as they affect people every day. Diseases are presented in an encyclopedia-type format, to break the text into easy-to-understand topics, and to make disease classifications easier to locate within subject areas. Concise descriptions of disorders help readers quickly review information. The ICD-9-CM code for each disorder provides a reference point for health care providers when coding for reimbursement. Symptoms and signs of each disorder are discussed in a logical format to enlighten readers on what patients may report and what the clinician will be finding during the examination that is characteristic of the disorder. Information on telephone screening provides suggestions for scheduling and for emergency intervention concepts. Discussions of diagnostic testing, laboratory, and imaging are included along with physical and emotional findings. Various treatment options are included for each disorder including current drug therapies. A section on prognosis provides readers with the possible outcome for each disorder. Coverage of prevention provides the reader with information necessary to help educate the patient on preventive measures. A section on patient teaching provides suggestions for patient instruction and teaching. Appendix provides panic values and other valuable information in a concise and readable form. Appendix contains mailing addresses and telephone numbers to help readers provide patients, clients, or family members with agencies that may be contacted for additional information or assistance. A glossary includes the Spanish translations of each word, and defines words that are bold in the text to help readers understand the terminology used throughout the text. Content emphasizes total patient care with the inclusion of unique discussions on childhood disorders and conditions, normal pregnancy and complications, mental health disorders, and trauma or emergency care options. Student-friendly features include learning objectives, key terms with pronunciations, review questions, and case scenarios. ICD-9-CM codes are provided at a glance for each disease entry to help familiarize students with disease codes. More illustrations and photos of diseases help readers visualize pathological conditions in order to recognize them on the job. Content on cancers and autoimmune disorders has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest advances. Coverage of the most recent information includes discussions on conjoined twins, arteriovenous malformations, West Nile Virus, SARS, transient global amnesia, post partum depression, hormone replacement therapy, and personality disorders. New focus on telephone screening and patient education puts each disease into clinical context. Spanish translations of all glossary terms help practitioners communicate with Spanish-speaking patients.

Image Modeling of the Human Eye

Author: Rajendra Acharya U

Publisher: Artech House


Category: Computers

Page: 359

View: 116

Written by pioneers in the field, this groundbreaking resource gives you full details on state-of-the-art 2D and 3D eye imaging and modeling techniques that are paving the way to breakthrough clinical applications in eye health. It's the first book to explore in depth a new generation of computational methods that combine image processing, simulation, and statistical discrimination tools in efforts to improve early detection of cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, iridocyclitis, corneal haze, maculopathy, and other visual impairments and conditions. Supported by 250 illustrations, this comprehensive volume presents the essentials of the human eye, eye imaging systems, and imaging optics. You discover latest advances in computer-based detection and identification of various eye conditions, including issues involving automatic retinal image registration, computer-based optic disc localization, and contour detection using ellipse fitting and wavelet transform. The book explains various infra-red and bio-heat analysis methods, including 2D and 3D ocular surface temperature profiles produced by FEM simulation of the eye structure. This unique volume examines corneal surface temperature with contact lens wear, boundary element modeling of heat transfer in the eye, and the role of aqueous humor hydrodynamics in human eye heat transfer. Moreover, you find chapters that explore age factors, temperature measurement during silicone hydrogel lens wear, and IR imaging.

Diseases, Disorders, and Injuries

Author: Marshall Cavendish Reference Books

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 320

View: 411

Presents articles dealing with two hundred diseases, disorders and injuries, from abrasions and acne to Tay-Sachs disease and yellow fever.

Diagnosis and Management of Eye Diseases

Author: Anastasia Maddox



Category: Medical

Page: 223

View: 472

The human eye provides a three-dimensional moving image that is normally colored during the daytime. There are many changes in the eye and its surrounding areas due to various disorders and diseases, and aging. Eye tumor, excessive tearing, dry eyes, macular degeneration, cataract, glaucoma, etc. are some of the common eye diseases caused by various internal and external factors. The aging process is one of the prominent reasons for certain changes in the eye. The most functionally important changes in the non-diseased eye are the loss of accommodation or focusing capability and a reduction in pupil size. From theories to research to practical applications, case studies related to all contemporary topics of relevance to ophthalmology have been included in this book. It presents the complex aspects of diagnosis and management of eye diseases in the most comprehensible and easy to understand language. The readers would gain knowledge that would broaden their perspective in this field of study.

The Eye

The Physiology of Human Perception

Author: Kara Rogers Senior Editor, Biomedical Sciences

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 256

View: 468

Explores the parts of the eye and how they function, including information on diseases and illnesses.

The Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook

Author: J. Michael Farr

Publisher: JIST Works


Category: Job descriptions

Page: 850

View: 336

In addition to updated data from the 1998-1999 Occupational Outlook Handbook, this new edition adds key information from the very latest occupational resource--The Occupational Information Network, known as O'NET. Millions of job seekers and career changers make this reference their choice for comprehensive job information.

Genetic Diseases of the Eye

Author: Elias I. Traboulsi

Publisher: OUP USA


Category: Medical

Page: 923

View: 489

This highly anticipated new edition brings together an expert group of authors to provide a comprehensive, systematic resource on genetic diseases of the eye. This richly illustrated title covers areas such as: malformations; refractive errors, the cornea, glaucoma and cataracts; retina and the optic nerve; eye movement disorders, and systemic disease of the eye. The new edition remains grounded in a sound clinical approach to the patient with a genetic disease that affects the eye. Oxford Genetics is a comprehensive, cross-searchable collection of resources offering quick and easy access to Oxford University Press's prestigious genetics texts. Joining Oxford Medicine Online these resources offer students, specialists and clinical researchers the best quality content in an easy-to-access format. Online only benefits include downloading images and figures to PowerPoint and downloading chapters to PDF.

Optical Devices in Ophthalmology and Optometry

Technology, Design Principles and Clinical Applications

Author: Michael Kaschke

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Science

Page: 638

View: 190

Medical technology is a fast growing field. This new title gives a comprehensive review of modern optical technologies alongside their clinical deployment. It bridges the technology and clinical domains and will be suitable in both technical and clinical environments. It introduces and develops basic physical methods (in optics, photonics, and metrology) and their applications in the design of optical systems for use in medical technology with a special focus on ophthalmology. Medical applications described in detail demonstrate the advantage of utilizing optical-photonic methods. Exercises and solutions for each chapter help understand and apply basic principles and methods. An associated website run by the authors will include slides to facilitate the teaching/training of this material, and typical images collected by the described methods, eg videos of endoscopy or navigation, OCT, etc.

Senate Bill

Author: Virginia. General Assembly. Senate



Category: Bills, Legislative


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Molecular Genetics of Inherited Eye Disorders

Author: Alan F. Wright

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Medical

Page: 528

View: 668

Molecular Genetics of Inherited Eye Disorders provides an authoritative and up-to-date account of molecular genetic advances in a wide spectrum of genetic eye disorders, and forms the second volume in the Modern Genetics book series. The field has produced some dramatic and often unexpected findings in recent years ranging from the elegant unravelling of the molecular basis of colour vision defects to the subtle complexity of the retinoblastoma gene. The role of crystallins in congenital cataract and of the rhodopsin molecule in retinitis pigmentosa are discussed, illustrating the importance of the candidate gene approach to genetic eye disease. Reverse genetic approaches to the cloning of genes responsible for aniridia and choroideremia exemplify the power of the new genetic techniques and signal the start of the next experimental phase, in which the functional characterization of identified genes begins.

The Metabolic & Molecular Bases of Inherited Disease

Author: Charles R. Scriver

Publisher: New York ; Montreal : McGraw-Hill


Category: Biochemical genetics

Page: 6338

View: 642

Presents clinical, biochemical, and genetic information concerning those metabolic anomalies grouped under inborn errors of metabolism.