Clinical Ophthalmology: A Synopsis
Revised and expanded throughout with many new colour illustrations, this handbook forms a summary of Jack Kanski's best selling Clinical Ophthalmology: A Systematic Approach 6th Edition. This book will be of particular value as a revision guide to those preparing for examinations, as well as the busy clinician requiring a quick reference to a particular diagnostic or therapeutic problem. Illustrated in colour, each condition is systematically presented for easy access to key information.
. Brand new material on examination techniques; imaging techniques; drug-induced disorders; and, developmental malformations and anomalies.
. Over 250 more images and additional information on latest developments - all within the same portable and concise format.
. Contains tables of differential diagnoses for maximum ease of use in the clinic
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Ocular Examination Techniques
Developmental Malformations and Anomalies
Lacrimal Drainage System
Ocular Tumours and Related Conditions
Retinal Vascular Disease
Acquired Macular Disorders
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