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Ophthalmology
-:- Ophthalmic Examination: Equipment
-:- Ophthalmic Examination: History
-:- Ophthalmic Examination: Visual Acuity
-:- Ophthalmic Examination: Ocular Motility
-:- Ophthalmic Examination: Binocular Alignment
-:- Examination of the Eyelids and Nasolacrimal Duct
-:- Examination of the Conjunctiva
-:- Examination of the Cornea
-:- Examination of the Anterior Chamber
-:- Examination of the Lens
-:- Confrontation Field Testing
-:- Measurement of Intraocular Pressure
-:- Eyedrops, Ointment, and Bandages
-:- Eyelids: Basic Knowledge
-:- Eyelids: Examination Methods
-:- Eyelids: Developmental Anomalies
-:- Eyelids: Deformities
-:- Ptosis
-:- Entropion
-:- Ectropion
-:- Trichiasis
-:- Blepharospasm
-:- Disorders of the Skin and Margin of the Eyelid
-:- Contact Eczema
-:- Edema
-:- Seborrheic Blepharitis
-:- Herpes Simplex of the Eyelids
-:- Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus
-:- Eyelid Abscess
-:- Louse Infestation of the Eyelids
-:- Disorders of the Eyelid Glands
-:- Hordeolum
-:- Chalazion
-:- Eyelids: Benign Tumors
-:- Eyelids: Malignant Tumors
-:- Basal Cell Carcinoma
-:- Squamous Cell Carcinoma
-:- Adenocarcinoma
-:- Lacrimal System: Basic Knowledge
-:- Lacrimal System: Examination Methods
-:- Disorders of the Lower Lacrimal System
-:- Dacryocystitis
-:- Canaliculitis
-:- Tumors of the Lacrimal Sac
-:- Lacrimal System Dysfunction
-:- Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca
-:- Illacrimation
-:- Disorders of the Lacrimal Gland
-:- Acute Dacryoa
-:- Chronic Dacryoadenitis
-:- Tumors of the Lacrimal Gland
-:- Conjunctiva: Basic Knowledge
-:- Conjunctiva: Examination Methods
-:- Conjunctival Degeneration and Aging Changes
-:- Pingueculum
-:- Pterygium
-:- Pseudopterygium
-:- Conjunctival Xerosis
-:- General Notes on the Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis of Conjunctivitis
-:- Infectious Conjunctivitis
-:- Noninfectious Conjunctivitis
-:- Conjunctiva Tumors
-:- Epithelial Conjunctival Tumors
-:- Melanocytic Conjunctival Tumors
-:- Conjunctival Lymphoma
-:- Kaposi's sarcoma
-:- Conjunctival Deposits
-:- Cornea: Basic Knowledge
-:- Cornea: Examination Methods
-:- Cornea: Developmental Anomalies
-:- Protrusion Anomalies: Keratoconus, Keratoglobus
-:- Infectious Keratitis
-:- Bacterial Keratitis
-:- Viral Keratitis
-:- Mycotic Keratitis
-:- Acanthamoeba Keratitis
-:- Noninfectious Keratitis and Keratopathy
-:- Superficial Punctate Keratitis
-:- Exposure Keratitis
-:- Neuroparalytic Keratitis
-:- Problems with Contact Lenses
-:- Bullous Keratopathy
-:- Corneal Deposits
-:- Corneal Degeneration
-:- Corneal Dystrophies
-:- Corneal Surgery
-:- Curative Corneal Procedures
-:- Refractive Corneal Procedures
-:- Sclera : Basic Knowledge
-:- Sclera : Examination Methods
-:- Sclera : Color Changes
-:- Staphyloma and Ectasia
-:- Sclera : Trauma
-:- Sclera : Inflammations
-:- Episcleritis
-:- Scleritis
-:- Eye Lens: Basic Knowledge
-:- Eye Lens: Examination Methods
-:- Developmental Anomalies of the Eye Lens
-:- Eye Lens: Cataract
-:- Acquired Cataract : Senile Cataract
-:- Cataract in Systemic Disease
-:- Complicated Cataracts
-:- Cataract after Intraocular Surgery
-:- Traumatic Cataract
-:- Toxic Cataract
-:- Congenital Cataract
-:- Treatment of Cataracts
-:- Eye Lens Dislocation
-:- Uveal Tract (Vascular pigmented layer): Basic Knowledge
-:- Uveal Tract (Vascular pigmented layer): Examination Methods
-:- Uveal Tract: Developmental Anomalies
-:- Pigmentation Anomalies: Heterochromia, Albinism
-:- Inflammation in Uveal Tract (Vascular pigmented layer)
-:- Acute Iritis and Iridocyclitis
-:- Chronic Iritis and Iridocyclitis
-:- Choroiditis
-:- Sympathetic Ophthalmia
-:- Neovascularization in the Iris: Rubeosis Iridis
-:- Malignant Tumors (Uveal Melanoma)
-:- Benign Choroidal Tumors
-:- Pupil: Basic Knowledge
-:- Pupil: Examination Methods
-:- Pupillary Motor Dysfunction
-:- Isocoria with Normal Pupil Size
-:- Anisocoria with Dilated Pupil in the Affected Eye
-:- Anisocoria with a Constricted Pupil in the Affected Eye
-:- Isocoria with Constricted Pupils
-:- Isocoria with Dilated Pupils
-:- Glaucoma: Basic Knowledge
-:- Glaucoma: Examination Methods
-:- Primary Open Angle Glaucoma
-:- Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma
-:- Secondary Glaucomas
-:- Secondary Open Angle Glaucoma
-:- Secondary Angle Closure Glaucoma
-:- Childhood Glaucomas
-:- Vitreous Body
-:- Vitreous Body: Examination Methods
-:- Vitreous Body: Aging Changes
-:- Persistent Fetal Vasculature (Developmental Anomalies)
-:- Abnormal Opacities of the Vitreous Body
-:- Vitreous Hemorrhage
-:- Vitritis and Endophthalmitis
-:- Vitreoretinal Dystrophies
-:- The Role of the Vitreous Body in Various Ocular Changes and Following Cataract Surgery
-:- Surgical Treatment: Vitrectomy
-:- Retina
-:- Examination of the Fundus
-:- Normal and Abnormal Fundus Findings in General
-:- Retina: Color Vision
-:- Retina: Electrophysiologic Examination Methods
-:- Diabetic Retinopathy
-:- Retinal Vein Occlusion
-:- Retinal Arterial Occlusion
-:- Hypertensive Retinopathy and Sclerotic Changes
-:- Coats’ Disease
-:- Retinopathy of Prematurity
-:- Retinal Detachment
-:- Degenerative Retinoschisis
-:- Peripheral Retinal Degenerations
-:- Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
-:- Age-Related Macular Degeneration
-:- Degenerative Myopia
-:- Retinal Dystrophies: Macular Dystrophies
-:- Retinal Dystrophies: Retinitis Pigmentosa
-:- Toxic Retinopathy
-:- Retinal Vasculitis - Retinal Inflammatory Disease
-:- Posterior Uveitis Due to Toxoplasmosis - Retinal Inflammatory Disease
-:- AIDS-Related Retinal Disorders - Retinal Inflammatory Disease
-:- Viral Retinitis - Retinal Inflammatory Disease
-:- Retinitis in Lyme Disease - Retinal Inflammatory Disease
-:- Parasitic Retinal Disorders - Retinal Inflammatory Disease
-:- Retinoblastoma
-:- Astrocytoma
-:- Hemangiomas
-:- Optic Nerve
-:- Optic Nerve: Examination Methods
-:- Congenital Disorders that Obscure the Margin of the Optic Disk
-:- Acquired Disorders that Obscure the Margin of the Optic Disk
-:- Papilledema
-:- Optic Neuritis
-:- Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (AION)
-:- Arteriosclerotic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy
-:- Arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy
-:- Infiltrative Optic Disk Edema
-:- Atrophy of the Optic Nerve
-:- Optic Nerve Pits
-:- Optic Disk Coloboma (Morning Glory Disk)
-:- Intraocular Optic Nerve Tumors
-:- Retrobulbar Optic Nerve Tumors
-:- Visual Pathway
-:- Visual Pathway: Examination Methods
-:- Disorders of the Visual Pathway
-:- Chiasmal Lesions
-:- Retrochiasmal Lesions
-:- Orbital Cavity
-:- Orbital Cavity: Examination Methods
-:- Orbital Cavity: Developmental Anomalies
-:- Orbital Involvement in Autoimmune Disorders: Graves Disease
-:- Orbital Cellulitis
-:- Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis
-:- Orbital Pseudotumor
-:- Myositis
-:- Orbital Periostitis
-:- Mucocele and Mycoses (Mucormycosis and Aspergillomycosis)
-:- Pulsating Exophthalmos - Vascular Disorders
-:- Intermittent Exophthalmos - Vascular Disorders
-:- Orbital Hematoma - Vascular Disorders
-:- Orbital Cavity Tumors
-:- Orbital Surgery
-:- Eye Optics and Refractive Errors
-:- Eye Optics and Refractive Errors: Examination Methods
-:- Myopia (Shortsightedness)
-:- Hyperopia (Farsightedness)
-:- Astigmatism
-:- Anisometropia
-:- Impaired Accommodation - Eye Optics and Refractive Errors
-:- Accommodation Spasm
-:- Accommodation Palsy
-:- Eyeglass Lenses - Correction of Refractive Errors
-:- Contact Lenses - Correction of Refractive Errors
-:- Prisms - Correction of Refractive Errors
-:- Magnifying Vision Aids - Correction of Refractive Errors
-:- Aberrations of Lenses and Eyeglasses - Correction of Refractive Errors
-:- Ocular Motility and Strabismus
-:- Ocular Motility and Strabismus: Basic Knowledge
-:- Concomitant Strabismus
-:- Forms of Concomitant Strabismus
-:- Diagnosis of Concomitant Strabismus
-:- Therapy of Concomitant Strabismus
-:- Heterophoria
-:- Pseudostrabismus
-:- Ophthalmoplegia and Paralytic Strabismus
-:- Nystagmus
-:- Ocular Trauma: Examination Methods
-:- Classification of Ocular Injuries by Mechanism of Injury
-:- Mechanical Injuries
-:- Eyelid Injury
-:- Injuries to the Lacrimal System
-:- Conjunctival Laceration
-:- Corneal and Conjunctival Foreign Bodies
-:- Corneal Erosion
-:- Blunt Ocular Trauma (Ocular Contusion)
-:- Eye Blow-out Fracture
-:- Eye Open-Globe Injuries
-:- Impalement Injuries of the Orbit
-:- Chemical Injuries in Eye
-:- Eye Injuries Due to Physical Agents
-:- Indirect Ocular Trauma: Purtscher’s Retinopathy