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The invitation to edit this book came from Dr. E. Edward Bittar, an
excellent colleague and friend. Along with the invitation came exceedingly
useful suggestions on the contents and format, for which Dr. Bittar is to be
amply credited, as well as for his mentoring this author and advising on steps
to move the book along during difficult periods.
This preface is the only place in which the Editors seemingly can thank
the authors in public for the time and dedication they have spent for this
Inflammation of the iris and ciliary body is called anterior
uveitis. It can be nongranulomatous or granulomatous.
Idiopathic nongranulomatous anterior uveitis is the
most common type of anterior uveitis which is known to
be associated with the human leukocyte antigen (HLA)
827 in 50-60 percent of patients. It is characterized by
male predominance and may be associated with
seronegative arthritic syndromes such as ankylosing
spondylitis, Reiter syndrome, psoriatic arthritis, and
inflammatory bowel disease....
Glaucoma is a specialty in ophthalmology that includes a group of diseases that affect the optic disc and visual fields and is usually accompanied by increased intraocular pressure. This book addresses new topics in glaucoma that have not been included and expands topics that have been included in the previous glaucoma books published by InTech. The book is a product of balance between expedited publication and the will to encompass the whole field and therefore contains the latest developments and new perspectives in glaucoma.
In most cases the cancer cells form a tumor. Some cancers, like leukemia, rarely form
tumors. Instead, these cancer cells involve the blood and blood-forming organs and
circulate through other tissues where they grow.
Cancer cells often travel to other parts of the body, where they begin to grow and form
new tumors that replace normal tissue. This process is called metastasis. It happens when
the cancer cells get into the bloodstream or lymph vessels of our body.