BASIC OPHTHALMOLOGY BOOK

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Basic Ophthalmology: Essentials for Medical Students, 10th ed.: : Medicine & Health Science Books @ momysufphypa.cf Medicine & Health Science Books @ momysufphypa.cf Basic Ophthalmology: Essentials for Medical Students, 10th ed. $ (2) In Stock. This book deals with the basic concepts, fundamentals and recent advances in ophthalmology. It provides guidance on the latest diagnostic approach, operative .


Basic Ophthalmology Book

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This book has been published in good faith that the material provided by author is In essence, Basic Ophthalmology is both a 'textbook' and a 'notebook' that. Basic Ophthalmology book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. Basic Ophthalmology is an ideal complement to the medical student curriculum With this book, clinicians will learn how to obtain an appropriate ocular history.

Condition: New. This book deals with the basic concepts, fundamentals and recent advances in ophthalmology.

It provides guidance on the latest diagnostic approach, operative technique and treatment options. This book discusses traditional and conventional course of visual disorders and explores new contemporary causes generated by modern urban lifestyles like visual display terminal syndrome caused by computer monitor and use of contact lenses.

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Also covers easy treatment of diabetic retinopathy study for visual rehabilitation. The main objective of the book is that students should relate to the text and content and not merely memorize it mechanically to reproduce it in the examination.

Embroyology and Anatomy, 2. Physiology of Vision, 3.

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Neurology of Vision, 4. Examination of the Eye, 5. Errors of Refraction, 6.

The Conjunctiva, 7. The Cornea, 8.

The Sclera, 9. The Uveal Tract, However, a brief systemic diseases.

The ing for the medical student. The anat- lens, seems appropriate in such a book, last chapter focuses on drugs and the omy of the orbit and the optic cup given the high incidence of cataract eye.

The photographs in the book are are well discussed, for example, but surgery in our part of the world. The chapters eye is a brilliant addition to the book page is slightly drab. Any book with relatively few pages treatments are clearly described. Overall, this is a very comprehen- that attempts to take on such a task for Updates have been added accordingly, sive book and deserves to be an integ- non-ophthalmic readers will obviously on, for example, the latest treatment ral part of every emergency clinic and not delve deeply into ophthalmic dis- modalities for macular degeneration.

The approach used There is no major downside to this here is therefore very successful. It book, but there are several minor ones.

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Basic Ophthalmology Acta Ophthalmologica Scandinavica, It is clearly sis on disease groups. Log In Sign Up. Shankar marked it as to-read Jul 15, Whilst many textbooks exist for the aspiring candidate, there was no single textbook that covered the new syllabus in its entirety.

Practical Ophthalmology: The book is easy to read and filled with images.

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