Oncology of the Eye and Adnexa / Oncologie de L'xil et des Annexes / Onkologische Diagnostik in der Ophthalmologie

Oncology of the Eye and Adnexa / Oncologie de L'xil et des Annexes / Onkologische Diagnostik in der Ophthalmologie : Atlas of Clinical Pathology / Atlas Anatomo-Clinique / Vergleichender Klinisch-Pathologischer Atlas

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This atlas is the fruit of a many years' ex eet atlas est Ie fruit d'une longue experience Dieser Atlas ist das Ergebnis langjlihriger Er perience in the application of anatomico-clini de la methode anatomo-clinique appliquee a fahrung mit der auf die ophthalmologische cal methods to ophthalmological oncology. I' oncologie ophtalmologique. Onkologie angewandten anatomisch-klini schen Methode. In the field of ophthalmology, as in other En Ophtalmologie comme dans les autres dis medical areas, oncology has progressively in ciplines medicales, I' allongement progress if Wie auch in anderen Disziplinen gewinnt die creased in importance with the gradual de l'esperance de vie donne davantage Onkologie in der Ophthalmologie mit der lengthening of life expectation. Apart from d'importance a l'oncologie. En effet, mises a steigenden Lebenserwartung immer mehr an rare tumours and certain malformations in part les rares tumeurs de I' enfant et certaines Bedeutung. Von den wenigen Tumoren des children, neoformations in ophthalmology are malformations, les neoformations en Kindes und gewissen MiBbildungen largely confined to ageing patients. Any of the Ophtalmologie sont l'apanage preferentiel du abgesehen sind Neubildungen in der Ophthal intraocular tissues may be affected: those of sujet age. Elles peuvent toucher tous les tis sus mologie in erster Linie dem lilteren Menschen the iris, the ciliary body, the choroid or the intra-oculaires: iris, corps ciliaire, choroYde, vorbehalten. Sie konnen an slimtlichen in retina, as well as of the orbit and the eyelid.
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  • Hardback | 176 pages
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English, French, German
  • 1990 ed.
  • biography
  • 0792304098
  • 9780792304098

Table of contents

Detailed table of contents.- Tumours of the Eyelids and the Conjunctiva.- I. Tumours of the epithelium and adnexa.- 1. Benign tumours.- 1.1 Benign tumours of the epithelium (without adnexa).- 1.1a Papillomas of the eyelid.- 1.1b Seborrheic keratosis.- 1.1c Conjunctival keratosis.- 1.1d Molluscum contagiosum.- 1.1e Kerato-acanthoma.- 1.2 Cysts.- 1.2a Epidermal and pilar cysts.- 1.2b Conjunctival cysts.- 1.3 Benign pilar tumours.- 1.3a Trichilemmoma.- 1.3b Tricho-epithelioma.- 1.3c Pilomatricoma.- 1.4 Benign sebaceous gland tumours.- 1.4a "Senile" sebaceous naevus of the eyelid.- 1.4b "Senile" sebaceous naevus of the caruncle.- 1.4c Meibomian adenoma.- 1.5 Sweat gland benign tumours.- 1.5a Hidrocystoma.- 1.5b Papillary syringadenoma.- 1.5c Syringomas.- 1.5d Eccrine acrospiroma.- 1.6 Oncocytoma of the caruncle.- 2. Precancerous epithelial tumours.- 2.1 Palpebral actinic keratosis.- 2.2 Conjunctival actinic keratosis.- 2.3 Conjunctival carcinoma in situ.- 2.4 Xeroderma pigmentosum.- 3. Malignant epithelial tumours.- 3.1 Basal cell carcinomas of the lids.- 3.2 Squamous cell (epidermoid) carcinoma of the lids.- 3.3 Squamous cell (epidermoid) carcinoma of the conjunctiva.- 3.4 Muco-epidermoid carcinoma of the conjunctiva.- 3.5 Sebaceous carcinomas.- 3.6 Sweat gland carcinomas.- II. Pigmented tumours of the lids and the conjunctiva.- 1. Benign pigmented tumours.- 1.1 Junctional naevus.- 1.2 Compound naevus.- 1.3 Intradermal naevus.- 1.4 Cystic benign naevus.- 1.5 Balloon cell naevus.- 1.6 Giant pigmented naevus.- 1.7 Juvenile melanoma of S. Spitz.- 1.8 Blue naevus of Tieche.- 2. Malignant melanomas of the eyelids and the conjunctiva.- 2.1 Precancerous Hutchinson-Dubreuilh melanosis.- 2.2 Superficial spreading melanoma.- 2.3 Nodular melanoma.- III. Xanthomatous tumours.- 1. Tuberous xanthoma of the lid.- 2. Xanthelasma.- 3. Juvenile xanthogranuloma of the eyelid and conjunctiva.- IV. Vascular benign tumours.- 1. Palpebro-conjunctival lymphangiomas.- V. Vascular malignant tumours.- 1. Kaposi's sarcoma.- VI. Tumours of adipose tissue.- 1. Lipoma of the conjunctiva.- VII. Palpebro-conjunctival tumours of nerve tissue.- 1. Neurofibroma.- 2. Schwannoma.- 3. Merkel cell tumour.- VIII. Dysgenetic tumours of the conjunctiva, lids and orbit.- 1. Dermoid cyst.- 2. Dermoid of the limbus and dermis-like choristoma.- 3. Dermolipoma.- 4. Complex choristoma.- 5. Epibulbar osteoma.- IX. Inflammatory and degenerative pseudo-tumoral lesions.- 1. Chalazion.- 2. Pyogenic granuloma.- 3. Pinguecula.- 4. Pterygium.- 5. Palpebro-conjunctival amyloidosis.- Orbital and Orbito-Palpebral Tumours.- X. Fibrohistiocytic tumours.- 1. Benign fibrohistiocytoma.- 2. Malignant fibrohistiocytoma.- 3. Nodular fasciitis.- XI. Tumours of muscular tissue.- 1. Embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma.- XII. Benign palpebro-orbital vascular tumours.- 1. Cavernous haemangioma.- 2. Benign haemangio-endothelioma.- 3. Haemangio-pericytoma.- 4. Flat haemangioma.- 5. Intravascular vegetating haemangio-endothelioma.- XIII. Tumours of adipose orbital tissue.- 1. Lipoma.- 2. Liposarcoma.- XIV. Bone tumours.- 1. Osteoma.- 2. Bone haemangioma.- 3. Giant cell tumour.- 4. Osteosarcoma.- 5. Mesenchymatous chondrosarcoma.- XV. Pseudo-tumorous bone dysplasias.- 1. Fibrous dysplasia and ossifying fibroma.- 2. Bone cyst aneurysm.- XVI. Tumours of the neural tissue or neural-like tumours.- 1. Schwannoma.- 2. Orbital neurofibroma.- 3. Granular cell tumour.- 4. Alveolar soft part sarcoma.- 5. Sympathoblastoma.- XVII. Tumours of the infra-orbital optic nerve.- 1. Glioma.- 2. Meningiomas.- XVIII. Haemato-sarcomas.- 1. Lymphomas.- 2. Plasmacytomas.- 3. Granulocytic sarcoma.- XIX. Tumours of the lacrimal gland.- 1. Benign mixed tumour.- 2. Malignant tumours of the lacrimal gland.- 2.1 Adenoid cystic carcinoma.- 2.2 Carcinoma within a pleomorphic adenoma.- 2.3 Other carcinomas.- XX. Tumours of the lacrimal sac.- XXI. Pseudo-tumorous histiocytic lesions (X Histiocytoses).- 1. Eosinophilic granuloma of bone.- 2. Hand-Schuller-Christian disease.- 3. Sinus histiocytosis.- Tumours of the Uvea.- XXII. Iris tumours.- 1. Iris cysts.- 1.1 Primary cysts of the iris pigment epithelium.- 1.2 Secondary cystic proliferation.- 2. Iris pigmented tumours.- 2.1 Adenomas of the iris pigment epithelium.- 2.2 Melanocytic tumours of the iris stroma.- 3. Iris myogenic tumours.- 4. Juvenile xanthogranuloma.- 5. Metastases to the iris.- XXIII. Tumours of ciliary body.- 1. Epithelial tumours.- 1.1 Tumours of non-pigmented epithelium.- 1.1a Medullo-epitheliomas.- 1.1b Adult-type tumours.- 1.2 Tumours of the ciliary pigment epithelium.- 2. Melanocy tic tumours of the ciliary body stroma.- 2.1 Benign tumours.- 2.2 Ciliary body melanomas.- XXIV. Choroidal tumours.- 1. Melanocytic tumours and other neural crest-derived-tumours.- 1.1 Choroidal naevi.- 1.2 Choroidal tumours in neurofibromatosis.- 1.3 Melanosis oculi and naevus of Ota.- 1.4 Choroidal melanomas.- 2. Vascular tumours.- 2.1 Haemangiomas.- 3. Choroidal osteomas.- 4. Leukaemias and lymphomas.- 5. Metastatic carcinomas.- Tumours of the Retina and the Optic Disc.- XXV. Malignant tumour: Retinoblastoma.- XXVI. Glial tumours of the retina and the optic disc.- 1. Astrocytoma.- XXVII. Vascular tumours.- 1. Coats disease.- 2. Von Hippel's disease.- XXVIII. Retina and disorders of the blood and blood forming organs.- XXIX. Tumours of the retinal pigment epithelium.- XXX. Melanocytoma of the optic disc.- XXXI. Drusen of the optic disc.- Technical appendix.- Literature.- Alphabetical index of subjects.
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' I recommend it as a useful addition to the library of an individual specializing in ophthalmic pathology and ocular oncology. ' Ophthalmic Practice: Asian Edition 1:1 1995
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