Current Research in Ophthalmic Electron Microscopy by W. B. LeeCurrent Research in Ophthalmic Electron Microscopy by W. B. Lee

Current Research in Ophthalmic Electron Microscopy

EditorW. B. Lee

Paperback | April 1, 1980

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Transactions of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the European Club for Ophtalmic Fine Structure in Ystad, Sweden, April 20 and 21, 1979
Title:Current Research in Ophthalmic Electron MicroscopyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:166 pagesPublished:April 1, 1980Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540099530

ISBN - 13:9783540099536

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Table of Contents

The Development of the Irido-corneal Angle in the Chick Embryo.- Immunoelectronmicroscopical Investigations on Isolated Collagen Fibrils.- Combined Macular Dystrophy and Cornea Guttata: An Electron Microscopic Study.- Age Related Changes in Extracellular Materials in the Inner Wall of Schlemm's Canal.- Preliminary Observations on Human Trabecular Meshwork Cells in vitro.- Transcellular Aqueous Humor Outflow: A Theoretical and Experimental Study.- Increased Vascular Permeability in the Rabbit Iris Induced by Prostaglandin E1. An Electron Microscopic Study Using Lanthanum as a Tracer in vivo.- Frozen Resin-Cracking, Dry-Cracking and Enzyme-Digestion Methods in SEM as Applied to Ocular Tissues.- Scanning Electron Microscopy of Frozen-Cracked, Dry-Cracked and Enzyme-Digested Tissue of Human Malignant Choroidal Melanomas.- Vitreous Membrane Formation After Experimental Vitreous Haemorrhage.- Cellular Decay in the Rat Retina During Normal Post-natal Development: A Preliminary Quantitative Analysis of the Basic Endogenous Rhythm.- Scanning Electron Microscopy of Frozen-Cracked, Dry-Cracked, and Enzyme-Digested Retinal Tissue of a Monkey (Cercopithecus Aethiops) and of Man.- Recovery of the Rabbit Retina After Light Damage (Preliminary Observations).- The Retina in Lafora Disease: Light and Electron Microscopy.- Indexed in Current Contents.