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Moorfields Manual of Ophthalmology
Author:  
Timothy L Jackson PhD, FRCO phth
 


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ISBN9781907816888
Edition 2/e
Publish Year2014
Pages768
Size 4" X 7"
Cover TypePlastic (Binding-Welded)
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
This 2nd edition is to provide both practising and trainee ophthalmologists, and optometrists and general practitioners, with an up-to-date, user-friendly manual reflecting the latest advances in both the diagnosis and treatment of eye disease. The design has been modified to facilitate rapid access to relevant content at the point of care.

The chapters are organised into the main ophthalmic subspecialties where the reader is expertly guided through examination techniques, treatment algorithms and, where appropriate, surgical procedures. The concise, highly structured text is accompanied by high quality, colour clinical images – many of which are new to this edition, particularly in the chapters covering oculoplastics and corneal disease.
Key Features
Originating from Europe’s most respected eye hospital, this Second Edition has been thoroughly updated to incorporate recent advances in ophthalmology. Organised by subspecialty, it covers examination techniques, diagnostic and treatment options and, where appropriate, surgical procedures.

• Revised content reflects latest best practice in the management of common and rare eye disorders • Hundreds of high-quality photographs – many new to this edition – aid pattern recognition and diagnosis

• Examination sections give trainees advice on clinical skills

• Updated guidance for general practitioners and optometrists, to assist in prioritising referrals

• Appendices offer quick reference on emergencies and ophthalmic practice This Manual will provide trainee and practicing ophthalmologists, optometrists and primary care practitioners with an indispensable guide to the care of patients with eye disease.
Target Audience
Trainee and practicing ophthalmologists, optometrists
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