Retina and Retinal Pigment Epithelium

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Figure 11-1 Normal retinal layers (periodic acid–Schiff [PAS] stain). From vitreous to choroid: ILM = internal limiting membrane, NFL = nerve fiber layer, GCL = ganglion cell layer, IPL =…

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Conjunctiva

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Figure 5-1 A, Bulbar conjunctiva with regular, nonkeratinized stratified squamous epithelium. B, Palpebral conjunctiva with epithelial ridges. The stroma (arrow) contains vessels and inflammatory cells. C, Conjunctiva at the fornix…

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Eyelids

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Figure 13-1 Cross section of a normal eyelid. Proceeding from left (posterior) to right (anterior) are the palpebral conjunctiva; the tarsus, containing the meibomian glands (between arrowheads); the orbicularis oculi…

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Melanocytic Tumors

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Figure 17-1 Iris nevus, clinical appearance. The lesion is generally only slightly raised from the iris surface and is a homogeneous brown. The chamber angle may be either uninvolved (A,…

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Lens

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Figure 9-1 Posterior aspect of the crystalline lens, depicting its relationship to the peripheral iris and ciliary body. The zonular fibers are translucent and therefore not visible. (Courtesy of Hans…

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Introduction to Part I

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Figure 1-1 Orbital teratoma with tissue from 3 germ layers. Note gastrointestinal mucosa (asterisk) and cartilage (arrows) in the tumor. (Courtesy of Hans E. Grossniklaus, MD.) In contrast, the term…

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Retinoblastoma

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Figure 19-1 Genetic counseling for retinoblastoma. (Chart created by David H. Abramson, MD.) Abramson DH, Mendelsohn ME, Servodidio CA, Tretter T, Gombos DS. Familial retinoblastoma: where and when? Acta Ophthalmol…

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Optic Nerve

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Figure 15-1 Longitudinal section of normal optic nerve. Axons of the retinal ganglion cells (R) become axonal fibers of the optic nerve. Optic nerve axons pass through the fenestrations in…

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