Ophthalmic Assistant is a practical guide to basic ophthalmology for trainees and allied health assistants.
Beginning with the anatomy and physiology of the eye, the following chapters discuss symptoms and clinical examination.
Each of the following sections describes the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders in different parts of the eye, including lids, lacrimal system, orbits, cornea, retina and lens.
Written in simple language, this comprehensive manual is enhanced by nearly 360 photographs, illustrations and tables to help trainees understand the clinical features of numerous ocular disorders and prescribe appropriate treatment.
Practical guide to basic ophthalmology for trainees and allied health assistants
Covers diagnosis and treatment of disorders and diseases in all parts of the eye
Presented in easy to read format, with simple language
Includes nearly 360 clinical photographs, illustrations and tables
PK Mukherjee MS Consultant Ophthalmologist; Former Professor and Head, Upgraded Department of Ophthalmology, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru Memorial Medical College, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
Anatomy of the Eye The Physiology of the Eyes and Optics Symptomatology Examination of the Eye Disorders of the Lids Disorders of the Lacrimal System Diseases of the Orbits Diseases of Conjunctiva Diseases of the Cornea Disorders of the Globe and Sclera Disorders of the Lens Disorders of the Uvea Glaucoma Disorders of the Retina and Optic Nerve Squint (Strabismus)