In a concise and contemporary new edition, the Oxford American Handbook of Ophthalmology offers highly practical yet evidence-based guidance on the diagnosis and management of ophthalmic disorders. Incorporating a systematic approach, the authors present common and/or important manifestations of the full spectrum of eye diseases. Included are useful summaries of common signs and symptoms, etiologies, diagnostic testing, and therapeutic regimens, as well as information on pre-, peri-, and post-operative eye care. The Oxford American Handbook should prove useful and relevant to residents and fellows in ophthalmology, as well as medical students, primary care physicians, comprehensive ophthalmologists, and other ophthalmic personnel, all who seek a ready reference for daily clinical practice and review.
Clinical Skills ; Investigations and Their Interpretations ; Trauma ; Lids ; Lacrimal ; Conjunctiva ; Cornea ; Sclera ; Lens ; Glaucoma ; Uveitis ; Vitreoretinal ; Medical Retina ; Orbit ; Intraocular Tumors ; Neuro-ophthalmology ; Strabismus ; Pediatric Ophthalmology ; Aids to Diagnosis ; Vision in Context ; Perioperative Care ; Therapeutics ; Miscellaneous ; Index
JCT: Robert R. Young Professor and Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Yale University School of Medicine, Chief of Ophthalmology, Yale-New Haven Hospital,New Haven, ConnecticutAD: Clinical Research Fellow/Specialist Registrar in Ophthalmology, Academic Unit of Ophthalmology, University of BirminghamPI: Professor of Ophthalmology, Academic Unit of Ophthalmology, University of BirminghamJJH: Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, ConnecticutTA: Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut