Lens disorders, and cataract in particular, are the most common cause of reduced vision. Much is now known about the cause, nature and effects of cataract and this book sets out to describe in detail aspects of lens disorders and cataract. The later chapters systematically describe all forms of cataract in morphological order allowing the reader to readily identify the nature of any particular cataract with which they are presented. The book may thus be used as a clinical reference manual. Photographs have been used extensively to illustrate and expand upon the text. The authors, who direct the Clinical Cataract Unit in Oxford, have much experience in conditions of the lens and have the ability to convey their knowledge in an organised and fascinating style. This book will be essential reading for all those with an interest in lens disorders, particularly the clinical ophthalmologist, but also the student, optometrist and workers in the field.a clinical manual of cataract diagnosis Nicholas Anthony Phelps Brown, Anthony J. Bron ... Acta, 27, 125-130 gjessing, h.g.a. (1920) Untersuchung in maximaler mydriasis von 4768 Augen im Alter von 3 Monaten bis zu 87 1/2 Jahren mit punktuell abbildenen Licht, und Zurar in ... Sci., 18, 939-946 gorthy, w.c. and abdelbaki, y.z. (1974) Morphology of a hereditary cataract in the rat. ... (1984) Genetical andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Nicholas Anthony Phelps Brown, Anthony J. Bron|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann Medical - 1996|