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Endogenous inflammations of the uveal tract.

Alan Churchill Woods

Endogenous inflammations of the uveal tract.

by Alan Churchill Woods

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Published by Williams & Wilkins Co. in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Uvea -- Diseases

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRE351 W58
    The Physical Object
    Pagination531p.
    Number of Pages531
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16961452M

    Acute Glaucoma, Opening Between the Cornea ad Iris Narrows so that fluid cannot reach the trabecular meshwork. causes Sudden Increase in Intraocular Pressure that produces severe pain, nausea, redness of the eye, and blurred vision. without immediate treatment blindness can occur in as little as 2 days. The Uveal Tract. The uveal tract, or simply uvea, is the pigmented middle membrane of the layers that make up the eye. The uveal tract is also called the vascular tunic of the eye because it is.

      The uveal tract consists of a pigmented, highly vascular loose fibrous tissue. The prime functions of the uveal tract as a unit are nutrition, gas exchange, and light absorption. Uveal vessels perfuse the ciliary body and iris, to support their metabolic needs, and indirectly supply diffusible nutrients to the outer retina, cornea, and lens.   Illustrated Handbook of Ophthalmology provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of ophthalmology. This book provides the correct diagnosis and treatment of many ocular disorders. Organized into 22 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the Edition: 1.

    Uveitis is inflammation anywhere in the pigmented inside lining of the eye, known as the uvea or uveal tract. The uveal tract may become inflamed because of infection, injury, a bodywide autoimmune disorder (which causes the body to attack its own tissues), or for unknown reasons. Brit. J. Ophihal. () 51, CONGLOMERATETUBERCULOSIS OFTHEIRIS WITH SCLERAL PERFORATION*t BY COLIN WALKER SouthamptonEyeHospital THIS disease is rarely met with and it is interesting, therefore, to observe the effect ofmodern therapy on a condition which by all accounts almost invariably led to perforation ofthe globe andloss ofthe Cited by: 3.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woods, Alan C. (Alan Churchill), Endogenous inflammations of the uveal tract. Baltimore, Md.: Williams. The uveal tract and its endogenous inflammations.

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Byers quoted 25 cases particularly to show that an investigation into the causes underlying inflammations of the uveal tract resolves itself into a search for: (a) Some systemic disorder of which the ocular disturbance is an expression (more especially syphilis and tuberculosis) ; or (b) Some focus or foci of infection originating the uveitis Cited by: 3.

uveal tract: [ trakt ] a longitudinal assemblage of tissues or organs, especially a number of anatomic structures arranged in series and serving a common function, such as the gastrointestinal or urinary tract; also used in reference to a bundle (or fasciculus) of nerve fibers having a common origin, function, and termination within the.

The uvea (/ ˈ j uː v i ə /; Lat. uva, "grape"), also called the uveal layer, uveal coat, uveal tract, vascular tunic or vascular layer is the pigmented middle of the three concentric layers that make up an name is possibly a reference to its reddish-blue or almost black colour, wrinkled appearance and grape-like size and shape when stripped intact from a cadaveric :   Information about the causes of endogenous uveal tract infection has been derived from a variety of sources.

Microscopic examination and/or culture of infected uveal tissue obtained from enucleated eyes has revealed that potentially pathogenic organisms may be demonstrated in the by: Zusammenfassung. Von Patienten, die die Deutsche Klinik für Diagnostik in den Jahren – zur Ursachenabklärung einer Uveitis aufsuchten, konnte in der überraschend hohen Anzahl von 79 Fällen, somit bei mehr als einem Drittel, eine oder mehrere Begleiterkrankungen gefunden : K.

Wulle, M. Reichel, H. Christi. The portion about inflammatory disease may be compared with Wood's Endogenous Inflammations of the Uveal Tract, and the portion on uveal tumors with the corresponding section of Reese's Tumors of the Eye. In each of these comparisons the present book does very well indeed, and in addition, it has sections on general aspects of circulatory Author: A.

Potts. DEc. 29, REVIEWS BRmsMMEDICALJOIUNAL UvELIS Endogenous Inflammations of the Uveal Tract. ByAlan C. Woods,(Pp+xviii;M.D. rations£. This section reviews the literature of diseases of the uveal tract for the year Sympathetic uveitis will be considered in the section devoted to Sympathetic Disease; and many important papers bearing upon the etiology of uveal inflamations will be noticed in the section upon General Diseases, which will appear later in the by: 3.

PHOTOBIOLOGY of the UVEAL TRACT Dan-Ning Hu The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, Tissue Culture Center East 14th Street, New York, NY [email protected] Introduction The uveal tract is a layer of tissue located between the outer layer (cornea and sclera) and the inner layer (the retina) of the eye.

The uveal tract is one of the three layers that make up the wall of the eye. Gene mutation that causes common eye cancer discovered The tumor measured cm in greatest dimension and focally extended to the outer aspect of the eye; however, the uveal tract (choroid and ciliary body) was not involved, and there was no tumor mass inside the globe.

9 The uveal tract is the most common part of the eye involved in ocular metastasis. 10 The choroid constitutes % of the metastasis to the uveal tract. Uveitis Information.

Uveitis– a general term meaning any inflammation of the uveal tract (the middle vascular coat of the eye) Uveal tract - made up of the iris in front, the ciliary body in the middle, and the choroid in the back of the eye.

The retina is technically not part of the uvea but is involved in many uveitis conditions. Endogenous inflammations of the uveal tract. (Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., ), by Alan Churchill Woods (page images at HathiTrust) Understanding uveitis, Clinical Center.

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 1. InWilliam Holland Wilmer published his Atlas Fundus Oculi, illustrated with one hundred color plates, all of which were reproduced from paintings made by Burgess.

These lushly colored lithographs took quite a bit of work to make. As Wilmer states in his foreword to the atlas, “The accurate printing of fundus drawings in colour is a very laborious and costly. Burgess also collaborated with Woods, providing the illustrations for Endogenous Uveitis () and Endogenous Inflammations of the Uveal Tract (), although in both of those volumes her paintings were reproduced using photographic processes rather than lithography, and reduced in size.

While still extraordinarily beautiful, the texture. Endogenous substances and processes are those that originate from within a system such as an organism, tissue, or cell.

The term is chiefly used in biology but also in other fields. Endogenous substances and processes contrast with exogenous ones, such as drugs, which originate from outside of the organism. 1 Endogenous substances.Tumors of the Uveal Tract. Jerry A. Shields. Carol L. Shields. Fundus photograph of a choroidal melanoma adjacent to the optic disc, showing geographic orange pigment on the surface of the lesion.

P Since publication of the first edition of Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology, there have been several new developments related to intraocular.[Show full abstract] was most recently treated in Allan C.

Woods's volume, Endogneous Inflammations of the Uveal Tract (), that of Maumenee and Silverstein, Immunopathology of .