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Ocular Treatment: Evidence Based
Author:  
Frederick Hampton Roy MD FACS
 
Renee Tindall RN
 


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ISBN9789351522461
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2015
Pages1268
Size 8.5" X 11"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
The book allows access to the disorder either anatomically or by classification of the disorder. Once the reader is in the proper section, a list of the more common entities is available with a concise description, diagnostic laboratory, and treatment. Some ophthalmologic disorders can only be diagnosed by clinical observation. In these cases a detailed physical description of the entity is listed. Ptosis, for example, has large categories of congenital and adult-onset ptosis. These disease entities are divided into age of onset and then a descriptive list of possible causes are listed under each category.Although drug dosages and methods of administration have been scrutinized, it is important that each physician exercise his or her own judgment in the choice or use of a drug. The physician is advised to check the product information included in the drug’s package insert before drug administration. New data and individual clinical situations can change the drug regimen.
Key Features
The approach of the book is to take selected differential diagnosis from Ocular Differential Diagnosis (ODDX) and combine with Ocular Syndromes and Systemic Disease. This provides evidence-based differential diagnosis with listings with each item. Ptosis, for example, has large categories of congenial and adult-onset ptosis. These disease entities are divided into age of onset and then a descriptive list of possible causes are listed under each category. Although drug dosages and methods of administration have been scrutinized, it is important that each physician exercise his or her own judgment in the choice or use of a drug. The physician is advised to check the product information included in the drug’s package insert before drug administration. New data and individual clinical situations can change the drug regimen.
Target Audience
Ophthalmologists and physicians
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