More than 3,400 outstanding photographs and line drawings over 1,800 in full color richly capture a full range of common and uncommon eye disorders and the methods used to treat them. They have taken extra effort to demonstrate to the reader that many eye conditions are often a reflection of systemic disease. If all questions in the algorithm are answered correctly, the physician can be reasonably confident of the diagnosis at the end. So far, I have been very impressed with the Spalton atlas. Description: xv, 499 pages : illustrations Contents: Diseases of the EyelidsDiseases of the ConjunctivaDiseases of the CorneaDiseases of the ScleraAbnormalities in Anterior ChamberDiseases of the UveaPupil and its AbnormalitiesDiseases of the LensGlaucomasDiseases of the VitreousDiseases of the Optic NerveDiseases of the RetinaDiseases of the Lacrimal ApparatusDiseases of the OrbitOcular Motility Disturbances and SquintOcular Injuries Other Titles: Clinical ophthalmology atlas Responsibility: Samar K.
The photographs are enhanced by line drawings with labels of the major structures and the pertinent findings. Depicts the very newest imaging and pathology studies and their findings. Although the text is billed as an atlas, there is a great deal of factual information in capsule summaries accompanying the figures. Now, 11 years later, the authors have compiled yet another outstanding edition. Leafing through the text is extraordinarily delightful. Seit über 25 Jahren ist Kanskis Klinische Ophthalmologie ein weltweiter Bestseller. There are over 3,300 images-virtually all of high caliber-with over 1,800 in full color.
Features contributions from 20 world-renowned authorities. Each chapter deals with a separate part of the eye, discussing different diseases and disorders that may be encountered by ophthalmologists. This atlas is unsurpassed in its representational clarity. Delivers over 1,000 completely new illustrations—3,400 in all—over 1,800 in full color. Discusses examination, investigation, and diagnosis for each ophthalmic syndrome, as well as relevant embryology, histology, pathology, and ocular manifestations of systemic disease. The text is divided on an anatomical basis into 20 chapters. Still highly recommend this to any ophthalmology resident looking for a good picture atlas.
Students, especially, will appreciate the dissection of the deductive process. Key points Comprehensive, new edition bringing ophthalmologists up to date with the latest developments in clinical ophthalmology Each chapter deals with separate part of the eye Features 3750 full colour images and illustrations Includes more than 600 additional photographs Original images replaced with high quality new versions Previous edition published in 2006 Category: Medical Author : David J. Depicts the very newest imaging and pathology studies and their findings. These have been written with brevity and style, and are a wonderful source of current information in addition to well-aged wisdom. But more importantly, the authors understand the difficulty with decision trees -one wrong turn and you are lost. It is a large, hard-covered book in which the scientific as well as technical preparation are superb.
In three topic areas, the authors are honest enough to admit that decision trees are not particularly useful, so material is presented in a more conventional textbook format. Die gesamte Augenheilkunde - prägnant geschrieben und brillant illustriert! Although the text is billed as an atlas, there is a great deal of factual information in capsule summaries accompanying the figures. Each condition is accompanied by concise descriptions of major and minor signs, as well as detailed photographs illustrating the disease. Offers an organization both by chapter and by ophthalmic subspecialty, making information easy to find. There are 28 contributing authors who have written on every topic of ophthalmology with helpful images of anatomy and ocular examination.
More than 3,400 outstanding photographs and line drawings over 1,800 in full color richly capture a full range of common and uncommon eye disorders and the methods used to treat them. Critical Appraisal: This is a masterpiece. Books are required to be returned at the end of the rental period. This comprehensive new edition features 3750 full colour images and illustrations, including more than 600 additional photographs. Louis, Missouri Seattle, Washington The process by which a physician arrives at a clinical diagnosis is mostly deductive, somewhat intuitive, and occasionally serendipitous.
Each condition is accompanied by concise descriptions of major and minor signs, as well as detailed photographs illustrating the disease. . All books on the cibook. Each chapter deals with a separate part of the eye, discussing different diseases and disorders that may be encountered by ophthalmologists. The second edition of this atlas describes the latest advances in clinical ophthalmology. Please bear in mind that we do not own copyrights to these books. This edition features more information on stem cell and genetic research, more radiographic images and explanations of those findings, and descriptions of current methods of laser surgery.
The reader can look at the photographs, determine the findings, and study the line diagrams for comparison, The photographs are not covered with arrows that distract the reader and disclose the answer too easily. Specialists from the prestigious Wills Eye Hospital share their expertise in diagnosing and treating congenital and acquired disorders affecting the internal and external structures of the eye. Weaknesses: Some cross-referencing between individual chapters is required when readers are looking for the various ocular manifestations of a systemic condition. Taken as a whole, the color reproductions of the clinical photographs and histopathologic specimens are of very high quality. But here it is: the second edition. Customer service is not a department; it's our attitude. If you feel that we have violated your copyrights, then please contact us immediately.
The authors of this book have made a conscious effort to be specific about the deductive process and to minimize obfuscation. Spalton, Hitchings, and Hunter are to be applauded for their efforts in putting together the Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology. The authors have masterfully covered both local and systemic diseases. The authors are remarkably successful in defining an efficient sequence of decisions within each topic area, covering most of neuro-ophthalmology. So it is delightful to find cogent text describing the diseases and their underlying pathophysiology, so that the errant diagnostician can find his way again.