Jacqueline Winterkorn, MD, PhD (1947-2015)
Clinical Professor
Department of Ophthalmology
Weill Cornell Medicine


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Table of Contents

  1. Anatomy and Physiology for the Neuro-Ophthalmologist

  2. Ocular and neurologic examination
    1. Evaluation of visual function
      1. Visual fields
      2. Visual acuity
      3. Measuring the RAPD


  3. Neuro-Ophthalmic symptoms and signs
    1. Visual Loss
    2. Visual Hallucinations
    3. Normal and abnormal optic nerve
      1. Papilledema
      2. Pseudotumor Cerebri
    4. Nystagmus
    5. Lid findings
      1. Lid retraction
      2. Lid twitch

  4. Disorders of the Afferent and Efferent Visual Pathways
    1. Diseases of the Retina
    2. Diseases of the Optic Nerve
      1. Optic Neuropathy
    3. Orbital pathology
      1. Inflammation/Infection
        1. Thyroid Eye Disease
    4. Eyelid position abnormalities
      1. Ptosis
        1. Bilateral Ptosis
        2. Ocular myasthenia
        3. Blepharospasm

  5. Systemic, Neurologic, and Opthalmic Disorders Commonly Associated with Neuro-Ophthalmic Manifestations
    1. Developmental and congenital anomalies with neuro-ophthalmologic consequences
    2. Neurologic disorders commonly associated with neuro-ophthalmologic manifestations
      1. Vascular disease of the brain and the eye
      2. Neuro-muscular transmission deficits
        1. Myasthenia gravis
      3. Myopathies
    3. Ocular diseases commonly associated with- or mimicking neuro-ophthalmologic disorders
      1. Retinal Disorders

  6. Procedures Commonly Performed/Obtained in Neuro-Ophthalmology
    1. Tensilon Test