The Handbook of Ophthalmology is a pocket size, ready reference book that is a compact review of diagnostic eye disorders. Presented in an outline format, the detailed information inside this resource for ophthalmic conditions is perfect for everyone involved with ophthalmology from residents to advanced surgeons. The Handbook of Ophthalmology edited by Dr. Amar Agarwal contains detailed information for each eye disorder including etiology, classic signs, symptoms, differential diagnosis, work-up, risk factors, management, pharmacology, and future considerations. The user-friendly Handbook of Ophthalmology covers all of the essential information on various eye diseases including the surgical aspects of management of the diseases. Fifty of ophthalmology's top experts bring detailed information covering the A to Z's of ophthalmology to the pages of this unique and comprehensive book. Including volumes of critical information in one compact book, students, residents, and surgeons alike will want to have a copy of Handbook of Ophthalmology by their side. Additional Features: Over 200 illustrations and clinical photographs A comprehensive index created using in-depth detail for cross-referencing and easy diagnosis. A detailed but simple guide on ocular therapeutics with dosages and side effects. Inside for each eye disorder: Etiology Classic signs Symptoms Differential Diagnosis Work-up Risk Factors Management Pharmacology Future Considerationsscleral patch grafting, 320 scleritis annular, 318 corneal involvement, 318 differential diagnosis, 316 diffuse, 318a319, 320 etiology, 317 necrotizing ... 222 skew deviations, 161 SKILL cards, 144 SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus), 294 a295 slit lamp examination, 544, 611-612 SLK. See superior limbic conjunctivitis slow eye movement, 123, 136 small incision manual phacoemulsification, 379 Smith, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Ophthalmology|
|Publisher||:||SLACK Incorporated - 2005-01-01|