Treatment of noninfectious uveitis
Descriptif détaillé : Treatment of Noninfectious Uveitis
Carefully designed, Treatment of Non-infectious Uveitis is the first book of its kind to provide an in-depth, clinically-relevant, expert-driven resource for ophthalmologists focusing on modalities of uveitis treatment, their mechanism of action, dosing, and side effects.
What is the content of "Treatment of Non-infectious Uveitis" ?
Each chapter provides an introduction, mechanism of action, indication, dosage, side effects, and efficacy summaries from clinical trials and other published literature.
Topics range from topical treatment, to locally administered therapy including drug-releasing implants, to systemic immunosuppressive treatments both tried and new, as well as surgical management, with each chapter highlighting important practice pearls as well as easy-reference dosing tables, side effects, and lab monitoring pertinent to the agents discussed.
The book concludes with a discussion of novel approaches to the treatment of non-infectious uveitis, and special considerations when treating uveitis in the pediatric patient.
The majority of patients with non-infectious uveitis are treated by comprehensive ophthalmologists, many of whom are less familiar with established treatment guidelines outlining the role of corticosteroids and immunomodulatory therapy.
While the non-specialist, resident, or fellow is sure to benefit from this one-stop guide to uveitis treatment, retina and uveitis specialists alike will also appreciate the practice tips and thorough coverage of this expertly-written reference.
Treatment of Non-infectious Uveitis is the ideal reference for all ophthalmologists who seek to improve their understanding of the causes of uveitis and learn how to best treat this condition.
Who are the authors of "Treatment of Non-infectious Uveitis" ?
Phoebe Lin, MD, PhDAssociate Professor of OphthalmologyOregon Health & Science UniversityCasey Eye InstitutePortland, OR 97239, USA
Eric Suhler, MD, M.P.H.Professor of Ophthalmology and Public HealthOregon Health & Science University and OHSU-PSU School of Public HealthChief of OphthalmologyPortland Veterans Administration Medical CenterPortland, OR 97239, USA