The material in this edition of A Textbook of Clinical Ophthalmology has been thoroughly revised and expanded to include the latest research and practice. Containing 357 illustrations throughout the text, the book is not only a reasoned practical guide to the study of ophthalmology, but it embraces the ocular aspects of general diseases world-wide and basic methods of investigation and treatment where applicable.This book has references by page and illustration number, resulting from collaboration with the authors of Colour Atlas of Ophthalmology; the two books contain all together an outstanding 579 illustrations (343 in colour), including 16 stereo plates. Another companion book is The Ophthalmology Examinations Review, which aims at the most effective presentation of knowledge for examination purposes. Together these three compact and inexpensive books provide an excellent study basis for ophthalmologists in training, while supplementing their learning of clinical work and surgical technique with the essential study of recent research papers and review monographs.
Basis Studies: Practical Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye and Orbit; Formation of the Eye; Optics and Refraction; Common Ophthalmic Problems: Simple Methods of Eye Examination; Painless Impairment of Vision (in the White Eye); Painful Impairment of Vision (in the Red Eye); Red Sticky Eyes (Conjunctivitis); Watering Eyes; Dry Eyes; Squinting Eyes (Strabismus) Disorders of Ocular Motility; Examination of the Eyes: Examination of Structure; Examination of Function; Systemic Ophthalmology: Cardiovascular Conditions; Blood Diseases; Endocrine Disorders; Infections and Infestations and Nutritional Deficiencies; Systemic Immune Disorders (Collagen Diseases); Neurology; Congenital Abnormalities and Genetic Disorders; Functional Disorders; Regional Ophthalmology: Eyelids; Lacrimal Apparatus; Conjunctiva; Cornea and Sclera; Lens; Vitreous; Uvea; Retina; Orbit; Disorders Associated with the Level of Intraocular Pressure; Therapeutics and Iatrogenic Disorders: Therapeutics Part 1; Therapeutics Part 2; Iatrogenic Disorders.