5 edition of Atlas of Ophthalmology found in the catalog.
April 13, 2000 by Springer .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||420|
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The authors are remarkably successful in defining an efficient sequence of decisions within each topic area, covering most of neuro-ophthalmology. Gittinger, Jr. It is organized for easy access so clinicians can quickly visualize images of commonly encountered corneal disorders. More than 3, outstanding photographs and line drawings over 1, in full color "A definite visual feast, this book is a prize for any bookshelf. There are no color plates or clinical surgical photographs for comparison to the drawings, which would be helpful for beginning surgeons to appreciate tissue planes in color.
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This second edition is an extensive revision and expansion of the first edition, which was published almost a decade ago.
You really need to read about everything that can happen in the eye, because you will Atlas of Ophthalmology book see everything as a resident. The color photographs of clinical entities, pathological specimens, and radiological studies are combined with useful figures and line drawings.
There is no question that this text will become very popular, and attain a prominent place on the shelf of most ophthalmologists' libraries. The book is attractive and easy to use. Vertical Motility Disorders.
In the preface to this atlas, Spalton, Hitchings, and Hunter state that their goal was "to provide a high quality and carefully selected collection of colour illustrations to show the type of clinical material which is encountered in general ophthalmological practice.
The text is divided on an anatomical basis into 20 chapters.
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Here you’ll find the “free” online chapters of the book, along with video lectures that correspond to each chapter.Medical students on ophthalmology ebook, as well as beginning residents, ebook find it an invaluable companion on the ward and a useful aid for test preparation.
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