Alfredo A. Sadun

Alfredo A. Sadun, MD, PhD
Flora L. Thornton Chair
Professor Ophthalmology & Neurological Surgery
Doheny Eye Institute
Keck School of Medicine at USC


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Table of Contents

  1. Anatomy And Physiology For The Neuro-Ophthalmologist
    1. Bony Anatomy
      1. Orbit
    2. Afferent visual pathways
      1. Retina
        1. Macula
      2. Optic nerve
      3. Optic chiasm
  2. Ocular And Neurologic Evaluation
  3. Neuro-Ophthalmic Symptoms And Signs
    1. Normal and abnormal optic nerve
      1. Papilledema
  4. Disorders Of The Afferent And Efferent Visual Pathways
    1. Diseases of the retina
      1. Cone
      2. Rod
      3. Ganglion cell
      4. Macula
    2. Diseases of the optic nerve
      1. Optic Neuropathy
        1. Ischemic optic neuropathy
        2. Diabetic papillopathy
    3. Inflammation
      1. Non infectious
        1. Idiopathic optic neuritis
        2. Optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis
        3. Periphlebitis in Optic Neuritis
        4. Other inflammatory optic neuritides
          1. Sarcoidosis, orbital inflammation, lupus, etc.
        5. Leber's optic atrophy
  5. Systemic, Neurologic, And Ophthalmic Disorders Commonly Associated With Neuro-Ophthalmic Manifestations
    1. Developmental and congenital anomalies with neuro-ophthalmologic consequences
      1. Congenital optic nerve anomalies
        1. Optic atrophy
    2. Systemic disorders commonly associated with neuro-ophthalmologic manifestations
      1. Autoimmune diseases, classification of vasculitides
        1. Giant cell arteritis
    3. Neurologic disorders commonly associated with neuro-ophthalmologic manifestations
      1. Neuro-degenerative diseases
        1. Ataxia
      2. Headache and Facial Pain
        1. Migraine

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