Index Page numbers followed by an f, a t, or a b denote a figure, a table, or a box, respectively. A Abduction, 12 Abetalipoproteinemia, 106 Abrasion, corneal, 311 Abusive head trauma, 306–307, 307f Accommodation, 69 Accommodative esotropia, 50–53, 51f, 52f clinical features of, 52 differential diagnosis of, 52 prognosis for binocular fusion in, 53 treatment of, 52–53 Achromatopsia, neonatal blindness due to, 82, 87 Acid burns, 318 Acquired Brown syndrome, 62 Acquired cloudy cornea congenital syphilis and, 214 corneal ulcers and, 215–218, 216f, 217f, 218f, 219b measles and, 215 Acquired nystagmus, 78, 79t Acquired optic disc abnormalities differentiating papilledema, papillitis, and pseudopapilledema, 128, 128t glaucoma, 127 optic disc atrophy, 127, 127f optic disc drusen, 126–127, 126f optic disc edema, 122–125, 123b, 124b pseudotumor cerebri/idiopathic intra­ cranial hypertension, 124–125, 124b Acquired visual loss, 93–116 mitochondrial diseases, 114–116 neurodegenerative disorders associated with, 107–114, 108–110t, 111–112t optic nerve disease, 93–98, 94f, 95f, 97f retinal disease, 98–99, 99f Acute retinal necrosis syndrome, 200–202, 201f Adduction, 12, 16f Adenovirus and spontaneous subconjunctival hemorrhage, 312 Adie syndrome, 138, 139f Afferent pupillary abnormalities, 133–135, 134f, 135f Aicardi syndrome, 337–338, 337f AIDS, ophthalmic manifestations of, 202, 202f Alagille syndrome, 355–357 Albinism Chédiak-Higashi syndrome, 275 Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome, 275–276, 275f neonatal blindness due to, 82, 86 ocular, 82, 86, 274, 276t oculocutaneous, 86, 273–274, 274t Waardenburg syndrome, 276 Alkaline burns, 318 Alkaptonuria, 348 Allen figures, 39 Allergic pediatric conjunctivitis, 180–182, 181b, 181f Alport syndrome, 283 Alström syndrome, 86 Amblyogenic period, 29, 29t Amblyopia, 22, 25–27 amblyogenic period, 29, 29t atropine drops for, 32 classification of, 28b clinical types of, 29–31 pathology of, 26–27, 27f, 28f treatment of, 31–32 Amblyopic vision, 31
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