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The Resource Ischemia and loss of vascular autoregulation in ocular and cerebral diseases : a new perspective, Maurice E. Langham, (electronic book)

Ischemia and loss of vascular autoregulation in ocular and cerebral diseases : a new perspective, Maurice E. Langham, (electronic book)

Label
Ischemia and loss of vascular autoregulation in ocular and cerebral diseases : a new perspective
Title
Ischemia and loss of vascular autoregulation in ocular and cerebral diseases
Title remainder
a new perspective
Statement of responsibility
Maurice E. Langham
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
GW5XE
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Langham, Maurice E
Dewey number
616.1/31
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RC694
LC item number
.L36 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Ischemia
  • Eye
  • Peripheral vascular diseases
  • Cerebral ischemia
  • Eye
  • Ischemia
  • Homeostasis
  • Intraocular Pressure
  • Peripheral Vascular Diseases
  • Regional Blood Flow
  • Medicine
Label
Ischemia and loss of vascular autoregulation in ocular and cerebral diseases : a new perspective, Maurice E. Langham, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-188) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Ch. 5
  • Pressure/volume relation in eyes of dead and living animal and human eyes
  • Ch. 6
  • Ocular perfusion pressure and its influence on the intraocular pressure pulse
  • Ch. 7
  • Direct and indirect measurements of ocular blood flow in anesthetized and conscious animals and humans
  • Ch. 8
  • Morphology and hydrodynamics of the chamber angle draining the aqueous humor
  • Ch. 9
  • Sympathetic nerve innervation of the eye and the actions of the adrenergic neuron transmitter norepinephrine on intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow
  • Ch. 1
  • Ch. 10
  • Manometric studies on the intraocular pressure and vascular circulation in ophthalmic disease
  • Ch. 11
  • Noninvasive studies on the IOP, PA and blood flow autoregulation in healthy and diseased eyes
  • Ch. 12
  • Effect of posture and corneal thickness on the measurement of the intraocular pressure
  • Ch. 13
  • The Langham pneumatic analogue and digitized tonometers
  • Ch. 14
  • Calibration of the intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse using the Langham pneumatic tonometer
  • "In vivo" manometric studies of the steady state intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse in animals and man
  • Ch. 15
  • Theory of the Langham tonometer
  • Ch. 2
  • Rate of formation of the aqueous humor
  • Ch. 3
  • Steady state intraocular pressure/flow relations in dead and living animal and human eyes
  • Ch. 4
  • Homeostasis, autoregulation, and relative ischemia
  • Ch. 20
  • Action of drugs on ocular blood flow and on the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation
  • Ch. 21
  • Confluence and integration of therapies based on modulation of the intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow
  • Ch. 22
  • Longitudinal therapeutic studies
  • Ch. 23
  • Ophthalmodynamometry, the opthalmic arterial pressure and the effect of increased vascular resistance proximal and distal to the ophthalmic artery on ocular blood flow, the IOP/PA relation and vision
  • Ch. 24
  • Ophthalmodynamometry
  • Ch. 16
  • Ch. 25
  • Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and blood flow in the human eye
  • Ch. 26
  • Objective measure of the diastolic and systolic ophthalmic arterial pressures
  • Ch. 27
  • Ophthalmic arterial pressure in healthy subjects
  • Ch. 28
  • Relation between the ophthalmic arterial pressure and the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation
  • Ch. 29
  • Modulation of the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in subjects with stenosis of the internal carotid artery
  • Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in healthy animal and human eyes
  • 30
  • Alzheimer's disease and the eye
  • Ch. 31
  • Ocular perfusion pressure and the visual threshold
  • Ch. 17
  • Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation and loss of autoregulation in ocular diseases
  • Ch. 18
  • Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and the ocular blood flow
  • Ch. 19
  • Evaluation of ocular ischemia and the loss of autoregulation for the early detection of ocular vascular diseases
Control code
SPR587436567
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 192 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780387097169
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Ischemia and loss of vascular autoregulation in ocular and cerebral diseases : a new perspective, Maurice E. Langham, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-188) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Ch. 5
  • Pressure/volume relation in eyes of dead and living animal and human eyes
  • Ch. 6
  • Ocular perfusion pressure and its influence on the intraocular pressure pulse
  • Ch. 7
  • Direct and indirect measurements of ocular blood flow in anesthetized and conscious animals and humans
  • Ch. 8
  • Morphology and hydrodynamics of the chamber angle draining the aqueous humor
  • Ch. 9
  • Sympathetic nerve innervation of the eye and the actions of the adrenergic neuron transmitter norepinephrine on intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow
  • Ch. 1
  • Ch. 10
  • Manometric studies on the intraocular pressure and vascular circulation in ophthalmic disease
  • Ch. 11
  • Noninvasive studies on the IOP, PA and blood flow autoregulation in healthy and diseased eyes
  • Ch. 12
  • Effect of posture and corneal thickness on the measurement of the intraocular pressure
  • Ch. 13
  • The Langham pneumatic analogue and digitized tonometers
  • Ch. 14
  • Calibration of the intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse using the Langham pneumatic tonometer
  • "In vivo" manometric studies of the steady state intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse in animals and man
  • Ch. 15
  • Theory of the Langham tonometer
  • Ch. 2
  • Rate of formation of the aqueous humor
  • Ch. 3
  • Steady state intraocular pressure/flow relations in dead and living animal and human eyes
  • Ch. 4
  • Homeostasis, autoregulation, and relative ischemia
  • Ch. 20
  • Action of drugs on ocular blood flow and on the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation
  • Ch. 21
  • Confluence and integration of therapies based on modulation of the intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow
  • Ch. 22
  • Longitudinal therapeutic studies
  • Ch. 23
  • Ophthalmodynamometry, the opthalmic arterial pressure and the effect of increased vascular resistance proximal and distal to the ophthalmic artery on ocular blood flow, the IOP/PA relation and vision
  • Ch. 24
  • Ophthalmodynamometry
  • Ch. 16
  • Ch. 25
  • Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and blood flow in the human eye
  • Ch. 26
  • Objective measure of the diastolic and systolic ophthalmic arterial pressures
  • Ch. 27
  • Ophthalmic arterial pressure in healthy subjects
  • Ch. 28
  • Relation between the ophthalmic arterial pressure and the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation
  • Ch. 29
  • Modulation of the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in subjects with stenosis of the internal carotid artery
  • Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in healthy animal and human eyes
  • 30
  • Alzheimer's disease and the eye
  • Ch. 31
  • Ocular perfusion pressure and the visual threshold
  • Ch. 17
  • Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation and loss of autoregulation in ocular diseases
  • Ch. 18
  • Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and the ocular blood flow
  • Ch. 19
  • Evaluation of ocular ischemia and the loss of autoregulation for the early detection of ocular vascular diseases
Control code
SPR587436567
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 192 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780387097169
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote

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