By Jack J. Kanski, Brad Bowling
Ideally fitted to quick reference and effective, potent bear in mind, Clinical Ophthalmology: a scientific Approach will keep you modern with present and evolving perform within the prognosis and administration of ophthalmic problems, utilizing a visually wealthy, succinct layout that enables comprehension for trainees and practitioners. Online and in print, you’ll have entry to the latest advances within the field.
- Grasp key details and successfully organize for examinations with a pictorial, bulleted method – either hugely visible and concise, for extra effective study.
- Move speedily through the textual content to discover the knowledge you wish, with colour coding and at-a-glance key points.
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Includes over 2,700 top quality photographs, 1,000 of which look for the 1st time during this edition.
Master the newest advances in ophthalmology: radical adjustments within the administration of macular ailment, together with the common advent of VEGF inhibitor treatment; contemporary advancements within the research and therapy of retinal vascular disorder; new pharmaceutical interventions for a variety of stipulations, together with infectious eye sickness and glaucoma; and up to date surgeries and strategies, together with oculoplastic, corneal, and glaucoma surgery.
Guidance on exam, imaging, and popularity of systemic stipulations associated with ocular disease.
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Clinical Ophthalmology: A Systematic Approach by Jack J. Kanski, Brad Bowling