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Drusen of optic nerve

University of Utah digital library search Drusen


University of Utah digital library glaucoma search

Google Images Glaucoma search


Oncomodulin gene, Wikipedia

Zhili Cui, Jun Kang, [...], and Yusheng Wang. Oncomodulin/Truncated Protamine-Mediated Nogo-66 Receptor Small Interference RNA Delivery Promotes Axon Regeneration in Retinal Ganglion Cells. Mol Cells. Aug 31, 2014; 37(8): 613–619. Published online Aug 18, 2014. doi: 10.14348/molcells.2014.0155 PMCID: PMC4145373

Brain. Inflamatory retinal ganglion cell regrowth papers

Vasanthy Vigneswara, Nsikan Akpan, Martin Berry, Ann Logan, Carol M. Troy, Zubair Ahmed. Combined suppression of CASP2 and CASP6 protects retinal ganglion cells from apoptosis and promotes axon regeneration through CNTF-mediated JAK/STAT signalling. Brain. Oxford University Press. DOI: 1656-1675 First published online: 11 April 2014


University of Utah Neuro-ophthalmology Virtual Education Library. LHON search

Google Images LHON search

Google Images Leber Optic Atrophy search

Optic Nerve

The National Eye Institute Image Catalogue

eMedicine optic atrophy slide show

Google Images Optic Nerve search

Springerimages Optic Nerve search

Wikipedia Optic Nerve

Pupillary reflex

Neuroscience II. Sensation and Sensory Processing 12. Central Visual Pathways Central Projections of Retinal Ganglion Cells Circuitry responsible for the pupillary light reflex

Neurologic exam: swinging flashlight test. U of Utah

Visual fields

Spector, Robert H. 1990. Visual Fields. Clinical Methods The History Physical and Laboratory Examinations 3rd ed, Walker HK, Hall WD, Hurst JW editors. Butterworth. VIII:116;565-572 NIH Books

General eye anatomy

Anatomy of the eye. LensShopper.

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