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Advances in Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Querques, Giuseppe
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Edition: 1st
Publisher: Academic Press, Incorporated
ISBN: 0-323-91867-0 (0323918670)
ISBN-13: 978-0-323-91867-1 (9780323918671)
Binding: Softcover
Weight: 0.00 Lbs.
Pages: 410
Subject Class: OPH (Ophthalmology)
This Title is Not Yet Published, Scheduled to Release 09/01/24
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Abstract: Advances in Age-related Macular Degeneration provides ophthalmologists and eye researchers an integrated approach to age-related macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in aged people. In this book, international leading experts summarizes the most recent findings of new imaging devices' studies in AMD and highlights the potential benefit and future adaptation of new technologies and treatment in patients with AMD. To place the imaging observations in proper context, the book begins with the two core components essential for proper interpretation of imaging studies: relevant histologic features in AMD and basic principles of different imaging technologies. With this introduction, the book builds up to relate imaging features from the clinic with histological findings, and showcases the up-to-date information about the rapidly changing imaging findings in the retina in AMD and normal aging. The book also includes the basic science behind AMD, exploring the genetics and animal models of AMD, and include hot topics such as OCTA imaging and the application of artificial intelligence in AMD. The integrated and translational approach of this book makes this an essential reference for researchers and clinicians in the field. Comprehensive coverage on a range of hot topics within AMD including animal models, new imaging devices such as OCT and OCTA, Early/intermediate AMD, AI in AMD and more, granting readers a thorough understanding of the most common cause of blindness Relates imaging features from the clinic with histological findings, allowing readers to understand and interpret the findings easily Adopts an integrated and translational approach, the book is suitable for researchers, clinicians, residents, and students who are interested in AMD and retinal diseases Edited and written by leading and international experts, the book focuses on the most recent and novel findings in the past 5 years

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