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Opis: Cataract Epidemiology - K Sasaki

This volume of 'developments in ophthalmology' provides an extensive insight into current research on cataract epidemiology with a special emphasis on UV-related cataract risk assessment. In addition to substantial results of epidemiological studies from India, Australia (Melbourne), Korea, Bulgaria (Sofia) and Japan, the improvement and standardization of classification techniques are thoroughly discussed in order to be able to adequately convey and compare the different findings. UV-radiation as a trigger in the development of cataractis amply described in the scientific literature. This book presents a new and accurate model for the complex measurements of UV-exposure of the eye and allows a more realistic calculation of the actual risk of damage to the eye. Reports of age-dependent alterations in the transparency and scattering light intensity of the human lens as well as special approaches to localize cataract complete this important publication for ophthalmologists and epidemiologists working in the field of ophthalmology.Prevanlence and risk factors of cataract in India - a review, S.K. Gupta; A cataract epidemiological analysis of patients admitted during a 10-year period to a teaching hospital in Harbin, northeastern China, Y.-G. Jing et al; Assessment of lifetime occular exposure to UV-B - the Melbourne visual impairment project, C.A. McCarty et al; Normal ageing changes of the scattering light intensity in human lens measuring with Scheimpflug photography, K.H. Shyn et al; Prevalence of blindness and visual impairment due to cataract - Sofia eye survey, P. Vassileva et al; Localization of cortical cataracts examined through photographic images, K. Asano et al; A current UV-B-related cataract epidemiology study in Japan, K. Sasaki et al; A new grading system for nuclear cataracts - an alternative to the Japanese cooperative cataract epidemiology study group's grading system, K. Sasaki et al; Ultraviolet dosimetry utilizing a manequin model, Y. Sakamoto et al; Relationship between pure cortical cataract appearance and the wearing of glasses - a preliminary report of a case control study performed on the subject in the Noto area, Japan, N. Katoh et al; Ocular exposure to environmental light and ultraviolet - the impact of lid opening and sky conditions, D.H. Sliney; Ultraviolet radiation as cataract risk factor - a case report, U. Muller-Breitenkamp et al; Preliminary study on exposure measurement of ultraviolet radiation, M. Ono; An epidemiological survey of cataract in China, B. Zhang et al; Difference in the grading and type of lens opacification between both eyes examined in an population based survey in three areas of Japan, N. Katoh et al; Ageing changes of lens transparency in subjects with non-cataractous eyes, H. Sasaki et al.


Szczegóły: Cataract Epidemiology - K Sasaki

Tytuł: Cataract Epidemiology
Autor: K Sasaki
Producent: Karger
ISBN: 9783805563604
Rok produkcji: 1996
Ilość stron: 112
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.4 kg


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Cataract Epidemiology

  • Producent: Karger
  • Oprawa: Twarda

This volume of 'developments in ophthalmology' provides an extensive insight into current research on cataract epidemiology with a special emphasis on UV-related cataract risk assessment. In addition to substantial results of epidemiological studies from India, Australia (Melbourne), Korea, Bulgaria (Sofia) and Japan, the improvement and standardization of classification techniques are thoroughly discussed in order to be able to adequately convey and compare the different findings. UV-radiation as a trigger in the development of cataractis amply described in the scientific literature. This book presents a new and accurate model for the complex measurements of UV-exposure of the eye and allows a more realistic calculation of the actual risk of damage to the eye. Reports of age-dependent alterations in the transparency and scattering light intensity of the human lens as well as special approaches to localize cataract complete this important publication for ophthalmologists and epidemiologists working in the field of ophthalmology.Prevanlence and risk factors of cataract in India - a review, S.K. Gupta; A cataract epidemiological analysis of patients admitted during a 10-year period to a teaching hospital in Harbin, northeastern China, Y.-G. Jing et al; Assessment of lifetime occular exposure to UV-B - the Melbourne visual impairment project, C.A. McCarty et al; Normal ageing changes of the scattering light intensity in human lens measuring with Scheimpflug photography, K.H. Shyn et al; Prevalence of blindness and visual impairment due to cataract - Sofia eye survey, P. Vassileva et al; Localization of cortical cataracts examined through photographic images, K. Asano et al; A current UV-B-related cataract epidemiology study in Japan, K. Sasaki et al; A new grading system for nuclear cataracts - an alternative to the Japanese cooperative cataract epidemiology study group's grading system, K. Sasaki et al; Ultraviolet dosimetry utilizing a manequin model, Y. Sakamoto et al; Relationship between pure cortical cataract appearance and the wearing of glasses - a preliminary report of a case control study performed on the subject in the Noto area, Japan, N. Katoh et al; Ocular exposure to environmental light and ultraviolet - the impact of lid opening and sky conditions, D.H. Sliney; Ultraviolet radiation as cataract risk factor - a case report, U. Muller-Breitenkamp et al; Preliminary study on exposure measurement of ultraviolet radiation, M. Ono; An epidemiological survey of cataract in China, B. Zhang et al; Difference in the grading and type of lens opacification between both eyes examined in an population based survey in three areas of Japan, N. Katoh et al; Ageing changes of lens transparency in subjects with non-cataractous eyes, H. Sasaki et al.

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