The EOPS Author Index - A

The EOPS Author Index

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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

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
    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

    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

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