The EOPS Author Index - A

The EOPS Author Index


Go to Home| B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z | Members by Country| Members by Election Year| Founder Members| Officers| Map of Members| Guests-of-Honour| Guests| Source Index| Notes

Alphabetical List of All Members and Guests

Alphabet A

Albert, Daniel M.

Joint meeting, 1976
Joint meeting, 1981
Guest-of-Honour, 1983
Joint meeting, 1986
Joint meeting, 1991
Joint meeting, 1996

Previous:
David G. Cogan Eye Pathology Laboratory
Howe Laboratory of Ophthalmology
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Harvard Medical School
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences
University of Wisconsin Medical School
Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

  • 76-48 Intraocular involvement in a case of mycosis fungoides
  • 81-35 Uveal melanoma during pregnancy
  • 83-01 Proton beam treated melanoma
  • 86-49 Norrie's disease with astrocytoma-like pseudoglioma
  • 91-23 Hepatoblastoma metastatic to the eye
  • 96-16 Necrobiotic xanthogranuloma with paraproteinemia


    Andersen, Sigurd Ry

    Founding Member, 1962
    Joint Secretary, Inaugural Meeting, 1962
    Organising Secretary, 1963
    President, 1975-1977
    Emeritus Member, 1982

    Oftalmopatologisk Laboratorium
    Rigshospitalet
    Copenhagen, Denmark

  • 62-01 Malignant diktyoma
  • 63-11 Eye pathology in anencephalia
  • 64-02 13-15 trisomy
  • 65-19A Vitreous collapse and central retinoschisis in case of retinitis pigmentosa
  • 65-19B Rupture and detachment of the retina treated with diathermy and Custodis' implant [Extra case]
  • 66-08 Juvenile xanthogranuloma of the conjunctiva and cornea
  • 67-02 Giant-cell arteritis with ocular manifestations in a case of Böck's sarcoid and polycythemia
  • 68-10 Ocular pathology in subarachnoid haemorrhage following rupture of intracranial aneurysm
  • 69-22 Malignant melanoma of choroid with peculiar morphologic features [presented by Jensen]
  • 70-29 Ocular pathology in hereditary (vitelliform) macular degeneration
  • 71-27 Malignant diktyoma (medulloepithelioma) of teratoid type with rhabdomyoblasts and cartilage ("mesectodermal" differentiation?)
  • 72-17 Retinoblastoma with necrosis of central retinal artery and vein and partial spontaneous regression
  • 73-26 Haemangioma or "varix of iris"
  • 74-38 Benign lymphoepithelial lesion of lacrimal glands in a case of Sjögren's syndrome, gouty arthritis and hypothyroidism, secondary to Hashimoto's thyroiditis
  • 75-16 Vascular lesion in a case of chronic granulomatous disease (CGD)
  • 76-01 Leber's congenital amaurosis (heredo-retinopathia congenitalis, Alström-Olson's syndrome) with bilateral keratoconus
  • 77-19 Aniridia and cataract in chromosomal anomaly (deletion 11)
  • 78-06 Choristoma complexum oculi
  • 79-14 Galactosaemia with cataract and persistent hyaloid artery
  • 80-20 Eye findings in a two thousand five hundred year old Danish "murder case" - religious sacrifice or punishment
  • 81-01 Panophthalmitis due to unidentified micro-organism
  • 82-02 Persistent hyaloid artery, hypoplasia of central retinal artery and Coats' disease


    Apple, David J.

    Joint meeting, 1986

    University of Utah
    Health Sciences Center
    Utah, U.S.A.

  • 86-13 The Ridley intraocular lens


    Arnesen, Kristen

    Guest, 1966
    Ordinary Member, 1967
    Organising Secretary, 1975
    President, 1981-1983
    Emeritus Member, 1991

    Previous:
    Department of Pathology
    University of Oslo
    Ulleval Hospital
    Oslo, Norway

    Department of Pathology
    Norwegian College of Veterinary Medicine
    Oslo, Norway

  • 66-32 Scleral perforation: total trau- matic luxation of the lens
  • 67-16 Congenital glaucoma: buphthalmos
  • 68-03 Scleromalacia perforans: Necrogranulomatous scleritis and choroiditis, iridocyclitis, retinal detachment, cataract.
  • 69-04 Phthisis bulbi: chronic granulomatous chorioretinitis - probably tuberculosis, sequelae trauma.
  • 70-23 Ganglioneuroma chorioideae. Phthisis bulbi
  • 71-29 Juxtapapillary "tumour" in a phthisical eye: medulloepithelioma or reactive hyperplasia of pigment epithelium
  • 72-30 Melanosis of the conjunctiva
  • 73-29 Reticulum cell sarcoma of the eye and the brain
  • 74-41 Sarcoma idiopathicum haemorrhagicum (Kaposi) of lower lid and skin of leg
  • 75-06 Bartholin-Patau's syndrome: multiple congenital malformations including both eyes, probably 13-15 trisomy
  • 76-25 Nosematosis in blue foxes causing polyarteritis nodosa-like lesions in the eyes and other organs
  • 77-06 Proliferation of retinal vessels in a case of dysplasia reno-facialis (Potter syndrome)
  • 78-21 Superficial spreading melanoma of the conjunctiva with extension to the nasal cavity
  • 79-25 Swimming pool granuloma of the conjunctiva
  • 80-28 Retinal pigment epithelium in a benign cystic teratoma of the ovary
  • 81-14 Malignant, amelanotic, spindle cell melanoma with mainly extrabulbar extension.
  • 82-03 Ocular developmental anomalies including retinal dysplasia in Doberman dogs
  • 83-13 Malignant lymphoma of the cerebellum and eyes
  • 84-14 Unilateral, congenital microphthalmos, persistent primary hyperplastic vitreous with deep anterior chamber and retinal detachment
  • 85-31 Bilateral retinoblastoma in monozygotic twins
  • 87-04 Round cell liposarcoma of lower lid and orbit
  • 88-24 Granulomatous reaction in a malignant melanoma of the choroid
  • 89-24 Retinoblastoma in an "old" patient
  • 90-26 Retinal tumour in a four-year-old male riesenschnauzer
  • 91-30 Another eye tumor in a riesenschnauzer dog


    Ashton, Norman

    Founding Member, 1962
    Joint Secretary, Inaugural Meeting, 1962
    President, 1963-1965
    Honorary Life President, 1966
    Organising Secretary, Joint Meeting, 1971

    Department of Pathology
    Institute of Ophthalmology
    London, United Kingdom

  • 62-23 Retinal pathology in a case of macroglobulinemia Waldenström
  • 63-13 Ocular ochronosis
  • 64-03 Ocular pathology in multiple myelomatosis [No protocol]
  • 65-28 Ocular findings in homocystinuria
  • 66-10 Cytomegalic inclusion disease of the adult retina
  • 67-06 Spontaneous serous choroidal detachment
  • 68-11 Experimental hypertensive retinopathy in the monkey
  • 69-10 Trematode cataract in fresh- water fish
  • 70-04 Ocular injury in the battered baby syndrome
  • 71-31 Norrie's disease
  • 72-05 Leishmanial keratitis [Revised diagnosis by author: microsporidial keratitis]
  • 73-08 Conjunctival granulomata: a case for diagnosis: ? Bung eye
  • 74-21 Bright blindness (progressive retinal degeneration) in sheep
  • 75-17 Acanthamoebic infection of the eye
  • 76-26 Bilateral cataract due to encephalitozoonosis (nosematosis) in a rabbit
  • 77-21 Ocular injury from podophyllum resin
  • 78-17 Ocular toxoplasmosis in wallabies (Protemnodon)


    Audibert, J.

    Founding Member, 1962
    Forfeited, 1969

    Clinique Ophtalmologique
    Universitaire Hôpital Edouard Herriot
    Lyon, France

  • 62-25 Tumour of iris with recurrent haemorrhages in the anterior chamber
  • 64-04 Orbital tumour ? myxoliposarcoma
  • 65-04 Xeroderma pigmentosum
  • 66-06 Reis-Bücklers corneal dystrophy
  • 68-04 Inflammatory oculo-orbital pseudo-tumour or ocular tumour


    Go to Home| B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z | Members by Country| Members by Election Year| Founder Members| Officers| Map of Members| Guests-of-Honour| Guests| Source Index| Notes
    Letter to the Editor Tero Kivelä Courtesy of the University of Helsinki