アドラー眼の生理学(第12版)<br>Adler's Physiology of the Eye(12)

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アドラー眼の生理学(第12版)
Adler's Physiology of the Eye(12)

  • 言語:ENG
  • ISBN:9780323834063
  • eISBN:9780323834070

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Description

Written and designed to enhance your understanding of ocular function, structure, and anatomy, Adler's Physiology of the Eye is a classic, best-selling text that makes critical information easier to learn and retain. The fully revised 12th Edition continues the successful Adler’s approach that connects basic science and clinical aspects in a user-friendly, highly visual format—ideal for study, review, and exam preparation. It captures the latest molecular, genetic, and biochemical discoveries and offers you unparalleled knowledge and insight into the physiology of the eye and its structures.

  • Covers the full structure and function of the eye and its related anatomy and makes the connection between physiology and clinical practice.
  • Includes major updates throughout, including new information on OCT/OCTA imaging, new drug delivery methods, ocular biomechanics, and evolving gene therapies.
  • Organizes content by function, rather than anatomy, to help you make a stronger connection between physiological principles and clinical practice.
  • Explains the physiological principles that underlie visual acuity, intraocular pressure, ocular circulation, the extraocular muscles, and much more.
  • Features approximately 1,000 illustrations throughout, including medical artwork; schematics, charts, and graphs; clinical photographs; and more.
  • Any additional digital ancillary content may publish up to 6 weeks following the publication date.

Table of Contents

SECTION 1: FOCUSING OF AN IMAGE ON THE RETINA 1. Optics 2. Optical Aberrations and Wavefront Sensing 3. Accommodation SECTION 2: PHYSIOLOGY OF OPTICAL MEDIA 4. Cornea and Sclera 5. The Lens 6. Vitreous SECTION 3: DIRECTION OF GAZE 7. The Extraocular Muscles 8. Neural Control of Eye Movements 9. Three-Dimensional Eye Movements: Kinematics, Control, and Perceptual Consequences SECTION 4: NUTRITION OF THE EYE 10. Production and Flow of Aqueous Humor 11. Ocular Circulation 12. Metabolic Interactions Between Neurons and Glial Cells 13. Function of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium SECTION 5: PROTECTION OF THE EYE 14. Functions of the Orbit and Eyelids 15. Formation and Function of the Tear Film 16. Sensory Innervation of the Eye 17. Outward-Directed Transport SECTION 6: PHOTORECEPTION 18. Biochemical Cascade of Phototransduction 19. Photoresponses of Rods and Cones 20. Light Adaptation in Photoreceptors SECTION 7: VISUAL PROCESSING IN THE RETINA 21. The Synaptic Organization of the Retina 22. Signal Processing in the Outer Retina 23. Visual Processing in the Inner Retina 24. Electroretinogram SECTION 8: NON-PERCEPTIVE VISION 25. Regulation of Light through the Pupil 26. Ganglion Cell Photoreceptors SECTION 9: VISUAL PROCESSING IN THE BRAIN 27. Overview of the Central Visual Pathways 28. Optic Nerve 29. Processing in the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus 30. Primary Visual Cortex 31. Extrastriate Visual Cortex SECTION 10: VISUAL PERCEPTION 32. Visual Processing of Spatial Form 33. Visual Acuity 34. Color Vision 35. The Visual Field 36. Binocular Vision 37. Temporal Properties of Vision SECTION 11: DEVELOPMENT AND DEPRIVATION OF VISION 38. Development of Vision in Infancy 39. Development of Retinogeniculate Projections 40. Developmental Visual Deprivation 41. The Effects of Visual Deprivation after Infancy