Clinical Diagnosis in Ophthalmology

by Jack J. Kanski, MD, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth
  • Hard Cover
    AED718.20
One of ophthalmology's most respected authors, Dr. Jack Kanski, presents a spectrum of clinical signs for each condition in this brand-new diagnostic atlas. Covers virtually every ocular disease, with particular focus on systemic disorders to help readers diagnose a wealth of ophthalmic conditions. Discussions emphasize variations in the appearance and evolution of disease processes...from the trivial to the severe. Uniquely organized by anatomical region, this concise, user-friendly reference is an outstanding aid to clinical decision making. Over 2,800 full-color images, many original to Dr. Kanski's private collection and never before published, depict nearly all disease conditions encountered in practice. Illustrations are enhanced by accompanying text—concise, bullet-pointed summaries that are ideal for easy reference. This reference also includes a CD-ROM containing all of the images from the text, available for download into electronic presentations. *Serves as a complete diagnostic guide of ophthalmic disease. *Features over 2,800 full-color clinical photographs, many original to Dr. Kanski's private collection. *Includes a CD-ROM containing all of the images from the text—suitable to download for electronic presentations. *Provides concisely written, easy-to-read, templated chapters. *Offers many angiograms, radiographs, and scans that emphasis pathological processes. *Organizes topics logically—by anatomic region—starting with the front of the eye and progressing through to the retina, to make information easy to find. *Represents the ideal guide for comparison to the full range of conditions seen in practice, or for certification/recertification review.
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AED718.20
ISBN: 9780323037617
Publisher: Mosby
Publication Date: Jan 1, 1900
Cover: Hard cover
Pages: 800
Weight: 2.320 kg
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