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Endogenous uveitis. Selected lectures for ophthalmologists. / Ustinova E. I.

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1. Anatomo-physiological features of choroidal (blood flow, innervation and immunomorphology internal membranes of the eye). 2. Endogenous uveitis: General issues of the problem (Etiology and classification of uveitis. Clinical manifestations of endogenous uveitis. Diagnostic methods, the main features of the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of uveitis. Complications and treatment of endogenous uveitis). 3.Herpesvirus uveitis (HLG) and uveoretinitis (Etiology and pathogenesis of the HLG. Uveitis caused by viruses herpes simplex and zoster easyvoyage. A syndrome of acute necrosis of the retina. Cytomegalovirus retinitis). 4. Hematogenous tuberculosis of the eye: etiology, pathogenesis, pathomorphology and diagnostics. 5. Tuberculosis of the eye: clinical features, diagnosis and treatment. 6. The lesions of the eye in HIV infection. 7. Complicated form of adenoviral keratoconjunctivitis. 8. The lesions of the eye in sarcoidosis. 9. Peripapillary geographic homeopatia. 10. Vasculitis of retinal, choroidal and optic nerve (Anatomical and physiological relationship between optic disc (optic nerve head) and membranes of the eye. The etiology and pathogenesis. Pathomorphology of vasculitis. Clinic and classification and basic principles of diagnostic retinovascular. Features of clinic of cariovascular. Thrombosis of the Central retinal vein. complications of retinovascular. Vasculitis of the disk. Particular forms of vasculitis shells of the fundus and optic nerve head. Basic principles of treatment of vasculitis of retinal, choroidal and optic nerve head). 11. Uveal (inflammatory and anti-inflammatory) glaucoma: pathogenesis, clinic, classification and treatment. 12. Characteristics of endogenous uveitis in children and adolescents. 13. Iridociliary dystrophy (omeopatia) – heterochromia omeopatia Fuchs, pseudoexfoliation syndrome, glycomimetics crises (Croup syndrome – Posner – Schlossman), iridocorneal endothelial syndrome and its variants. 14. Angiomatosis of the retina von Hippel-Lindau. 15. Outer exudative retinitis Coates.