Clinical Methods in Ophthalmology provides undergraduate students with an overview of the theoretical and clinical aspects of ophthalmology.
Beginning with an introduction to ophthalmic symptoms and ocular examination, the following sections discuss diagnostic tests, instruments, lenses, drugs and surgery.
A clinically structured questionnaire gives students guidance on history taking and physical and systemic examination.
A separate chapter is dedicated to case presentation helping students recognise and diagnose symptoms and disorders, with emphasis on clinical applications.
This concise, easy to read manual includes more than 400 full colour clinical photographs, illustrations and tables, to assist learning.
Overview of theoretical and clinical aspects of ophthalmology for undergraduate students
Separate chapters dedicated to case pro forma and case presentation
Concise, easy to read format
Includes more than 400 full colour photographs, illustrations and tables
Dadapeer K MS DNB (Ophthalmology) Associate Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences, Hassan, Karnataka, India
Symptomatology in Ophthalmology Ocular Examination Case Proforma Case Presentation Diagnostic Tests in Ophthalmology Ophthalmic Instruments Ophthalmic Lenses Drugs Used in Ophthalmology Common Ophthalmic Surgeries An Approach to a Patient with Red Eye Examination of Retina