Retina, Volume 1
Stephen J. Ryan
Mosby, 2001 - Medical - 2654 pages
This highly popular, three-volume, definitive resource has entered its third edition* updated with color and new information. Volume I*Basic Sciences and Inherited Retinal Diseases/Tumors, Volume II--Medical Retina, and Volume III*Surgical Retina, are revamped to reflect the current thinking in the field of vitreoretinal diseases. As a result, readers are provided with in-depth coverage of the latest advances in basic science, diagnosis, and management of vitreoretinal disease. Color photography along with a new digitized black and white line art also strengthen the book. Overall, the new edition serves as an excellent cornerstone reference and practical diagnostic tool for both general ophthalmologists and retinal specialists.
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