Originating from Europe’s largest and most respected eye hospital, the goal of the 1st edition of Moorfields Manual of Ophthalmology, published in 2007, was to provide a practical resource for those caring for patients with eye disease. Similarly the goal of 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. Thoroughly revised and updated text reflecting the latest in diagnostic techniques and treatment options in eye disease Numerous new and replacement images enhance the book’s collection of high quality colour photographs, which aid in the recognition and diagnosis of both common and rare eye conditions In depth sections on clinical examination skills essential for clinical practice and professional examinations Contributions from more than 60 ophthalmologists, including many world-renowned experts Updated guidance notes for general practitioners and optometrists, to assist in prioritising referrals
In order to become an ophthalmologist it is necessary to learn the skill of refraction
and retinoscopy which requires a great deal of skill and practice.
This full-colour, comprehensive revision guide has been specifically tailored for
candidates of the mandatory Refraction Certificate Examination assessed by the
Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
A practical handbook on the examination techniques, equipment, investigations and optical concepts which the beginning trainee in ophthalmology needs to master.
- Accessible and comprehensive guide to the practical skills and concepts with which the trainee ophthalmologist needs to be familiar
- Clear guidance on use of equipment which takes trainees considerable practice to master — e.g. slit-lamps, ophthalmoscopes, phacoemulsification machines and injectable or foldable lenses
- Covers eye examination techniques and investigations such as visual fields and fluorescein angiography
- Very clear and easily understandable section on clinical optics, explaining concepts such as ametropia
- Illustrated in colour throughout
For more than 25 years, The Wills Eye Manual has been a best-selling source of authoritative guidance on treating ocular disorders in an office, emergency room, or hospital setting. The 7th Edition introduces exciting new changes to bring this pocket-sized reference thoroughly up to date – including extensive multimedia content – while retaining the features that have made it so useful in daily practice.
New to this edition:
- Recent major clinical trials data
- Expertly produced videos depicting a wide range of common procedures with step-by-step narration, carefully selected to complement key techniques
- Changing trends in trauma, oculoplastics, cornea, pediatrics, neuro-ophthalmology, uveitis, and more
Outstanding features you’ve come to expect from the Wills Eye Manual:
- The most accurate and current information on more than 200 ophthalmic conditions
- Effective clinical recommendations for evaluation, diagnosis, management, and treatment
- Concise outline format for portability and quick reference
- All chapters written and edited by the residents and attending ophthalmologists at one of busiest and largest eye hospitals in the country
It’s everything you wanted to know and nothing more.
Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, which can be downloaded to your tablet and smartphone or accessed online and includes features like:
- Complete content with enhanced navigation
- Powerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that pull results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
- Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
- Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
- Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
- Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
Clinical Methods in Ophthalmology provides undergraduate students with an overview of the theoretical and clinical aspects of ophthalmology. Beginning with an introduction to ophthalmic symptoms and ocular examination, the following sections discuss diagnostic tests, instruments, lenses, drugs and surgery. A clinically structured questionnaire gives students guidance on history taking and physical and systemic examination. A separate chapter is dedicated to case presentation helping students recognise and diagnose symptoms and disorders, with emphasis on clinical applications. This concise, easy to read manual includes more than 400 full colour clinical photographs, illustrations and tables, to assist learning. Key points * Overview of theoretical and clinical aspects of ophthalmology for undergraduate students * Separate chapters dedicated to case pro forma and case presentation * Concise, easy to read format * Includes more than 400 full colour photographs, illustrations and tables
This book is a comprehensive source of authoritative information on the clinical features,diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and management of medical and surgical retinal diseases. The Manual has 122 chapters, organized in 18 sections covering medical and surgical aspects of retinal diseases such as trauma, AMD, Uveitis, infections, endophthalmitis, pediatric diseases, dystrophies, and tumors. Easy-to-read chapters convey the fundamental concepts with the aid of clinical photographs, imaging studies (including fluorescein and indocyanine angiograms, ultrasonograms, CT scans, and MRI scans) and tables. The manual is of value to a wide range of practitioners and trainees, including students,residents, fellows and ophthalmologists who treat retinal diseases.
Oculoplastic surgery is the cosmetic, corrective, and reconstructive surgery of the eye. It manages and repairs problems primarily related to the tissues or structures surrounding the eye (eyelids, tear ducts, orbit), rather than the eyeball itself (healthcommunities.com). Orbitopathy is a condition associated with swelling of the tissue in the orbit creating bulging of the eyes. It is associated with Graves’ disease, a condition that causes over-activity of the thyroid gland (Johns Hopkins Medicine). Dacryology is the study of the lacrimal (tear) system and is associated with ‘dry eye’. This book is a comprehensive guide to oculoplasty, orbitopathy and dacryology. Beginning with an introduction to the basic concepts, the following sections discuss the diagnosis and surgical management of various disorders associated with each of these subspecialties. Emphasis is placed on both quantitative and qualitative diagnostic assessment and nearly 750 clinical photographs and illustrations assist learning. Key points * Comprehensive guide to oculoplasty, orbitopathy and dacryology * Discusses diagnosis and surgical management of numerous disorders * Emphasis on quantitative and qualitative assessment * Includes nearly 750 clinical photographs and illustrations
This is a new edition of an innovative and popular introduction to ophthalmology, which in its first edition was awarded the Asher Prize in the Royal Society of Medicine Book Awards. After an introduction to the anatomy of the eye and its examination, the major diseases of the eye and their management are described, followed by a problem-based introduction to clinical decision making. For this third edition, the book has been revised to take account of the many advances in this specialty including the use of monoclonal antibodies in the treatment of ‘wet’ age-related macular degeneration and new surgical techniques for corneal transplants.
Clinical Procedures for Ocular Examination, Fourth Edition is the must-have eye care resource, whether you’re a student, resident, or practitioner. Here, in one concise handbook, is every major clinical procedure used in ocular examinations. Offering ideal preparation for clinical eye exams, the book features detailed, systematic guidance on how to confidently perform all major examination techniques, which are described by purpose, indication, equipment, set-up, recording, and examples.
Each procedure is accompanied by precise illustrations and photographs, designed to enhance your knowledge and comfort level with the full spectrum of techniques. Clinical Procedures for Ocular Examination, Fourth Edition represents the single most essential clinical companion in eye care available anywhere.
- Step-by-step procedures for every exam procedure, including techniques that are new to this edition
- Convenient summaries of practical how’s and why’s that do not get bogged down in distracting theory
- Expanded tables, plus updated references and norms
Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology, by Jack J. Kanski and Brad Bowling, efficiently distills all the essential information you need to effectively diagnose and manage a comprehensive range of ophthalmic disorders. A concise format makes it easy to quickly learn and understand the “must-know” aspects of each condition. When time is of the essence, turn to Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology for accessible guidance to meet your diagnostic and point-of-care needs!
- Get guidance you can trust from a portable, practical handbook that distills all the key information from Clinical Ophthalmology: A Systematic Approach – Drs. Kanski and Bowling’s best-selling comprehensive eye reference.
- Visualize the most common eye disorders more clearly with the help of a completely revised image library, including clinical photographs and over 800 full-color illustrations, many of which are new.
- Remain current in practice with the latest advances in the treatment of retinal vascular disease (including new therapies for macular disorders); new drug therapies; updated surgery techniques for oculoplastic, corneal, and glaucoma surgery; and examination tips, imaging, and associated systemic conditions.
The third edition of this manual has been fully revised to provide the latest developments in the diagnosis and treatment of common eye diseases. Disorders are arranged in alphabetical order and each condition is presented over two colour coded pages, with ‘Diagnosis’ (definition, symptoms, differential diagnosis etc) on one page, and ‘Treatment’ (diet and lifestyle, treatment aims, prognosis etc), on the other. Authored by internationally recognised, Professor Myron Yanoff from Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, this new edition includes many new or revised images and illustrations and features two tables of contents – one listed alphabetically, the other by specialty, for quick reference. Each disorder includes its diagnostic code for record purposes. Key points * Fully revised, new edition presenting latest developments in diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases * Quick reference, alphabetically-ordered, colour coded format * Contents searchable by disease name or specialty
Fully revised for its third edition, the Oxford Handbook of Ophthalmology is a concise, systematic guide to all aspects of diagnosis, assessment, and ongoing management of ophthalmic diseases and conditions. Closely aligned with the curriculum for the ophthalmic postgraduate exams, and containing the most up-to-date clinical guidance, and practical advice, this is the essential resource for all those caring for ophthalmic patients.
Covering the key information for both trainees and specialists; from clinical methods and the use of ophthalmic instruments, to basic perioperative care and advanced life support protocols. It includes new chapters covering laser procedures and theatre notes, as well as new sections on emerging technologies such as adaptive optics and gene therapy for retinal diseases. With expert advice, the latest clinical guidance, and its easy-reference format, this unique resource provides immediate access to the information you need, when you need it.
Using real-life cases describing patients with neuro-ophthalmic disorders, this book is a case-based teaching tool that bridges the gap between textbook information and everyday clinical practice. Each case illustrates a particular area of frequent diagnostic confusion, and highlights the specific clinical features that should point to the correct diagnosis. Focusing on errors in this way serves as motivation to the clinician to master the material so that ‘pitfalls’ can be avoided. The level of the case discussions assumes that the reader has some familiarity with basic neuroanatomy, physiology and disease process but each case discussion furnishes a brief review of such information, always with an emphasis on those features that are clinically relevant. The case-histories are succinct and amply illustrated, including motility and fundus photographs, visual fields and radiographic studies. The narrative is moved along with questions to the reader, making it easy to follow the logic of the cases.
This popular text uses double-page spreads to cover the majority of situations likely to be encountered in clinical practice. Each topic is introduced by a short case scenario, followed by a description of the appropriate clinical examination, diagnostic procedures, treatment, and prognosis. Color line drawings, diagnostic algorithms, color clinical photographs, and summary boxes bring the content to life. The 2nd Edition offers up-to-date and expanded coverage of new imaging techniques, genetics, episcleritis, scleritis, and more.
MSICS achieves best unaided visual acuity with rapid postoperative recovery and minimal complications. MSICS is certainly a desirable modern goal. MSICS is the effective and best way of removing larger back log of cataract surgery especially in developing countries at an affordable cost with best visual results. Ophthalmologists who decide to opt MSICS technique shall find it in their best way. Some may opt it to maintain the small incision whenever phaco fails or in dense cataracts. While some may decide to use the MSICS technique for all cataract cases with equal ease as phaco.The book has been conceptualized and written with the sole idea to provide comprehensive details of all available MSICS techniques in the world under one umbrella. The International Masters of MSICS have shared their experiences in form of chapters in this unique book. Truly this book shall serve as Master’s Guide to Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery. A DVD provided with this book, shows various MSICS techniques being performed by leading experts for the benefit of ophthalmologists who can master MSICS step by step sitting in their clinical chambers.
The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Illustrated Manual of Ophthalmology is the must-have medical reference book for the ever-changing field of ophthalmology. Thoroughly updated to include the latest advances in the field, the fourth edition of this renowned manual features high-quality color images and an intuitive design for easy comprehension and reference. Ideal for ophthalmic practitioners and allied health professionals alike, this indispensable resource is your comprehensive guide for the speedy diagnosis and treatment of the most common eye disorders.
Accurately diagnose problems through the support of full-color photographs and real case studies.
Rapidly locate key information with a highly templated format that includes chapters organized anatomically, not by ophthalmic subspecialty, in addition to key boxes and highlighted emergency management boxes.
Apply the latest knowledge and techniques in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease, including anti-VEGF therapy for retina disorders; optical coherence tomography and high-resolution imaging modalities; new corneal and refractive surgical approaches; advances in uveitis, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology; and more.
Stay abreast of the most recent spectral domain OCT with numerous scans included throughout the book.
Quickly address critical situations with highlighted emergency management boxes, as well as bonus appendices that provide a wealth of supplemental information helpful for the non-specialist, including guidance on the basics in examination methods, differential diagnosis, common medications, measurements and more.
Identify subtleties and nuances by examining over 800 full-color illustrations depicting a complete range of clinical disorders, imaging and testing methods, and surgical techniques, as well as brand-new videos of eye movement examination.
Deepak P. Edward (Editor), Thasarat S. Vajaranant (Editor)
Part of the Oxford American Ophthalmology Library, this book provides clear and detailed guidelines on the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. Coverage spans the entire spectrum of glaucoma, including descriptions of traditional and newly emerging modalities available for glaucoma diagnosis and management. Chapters discuss current imaging technology for glaucoma diagnosis and monitoring, providing practical tips using case examples. Management is also thoroughly addressed, from the treatment of primary open angle glaucoma to management of complex secondary glaucoma. Evidence-based management of glaucoma in different stages of the disease is also discussed with highlights of the multicenter glaucoma clinical trials.
David B. Elliott PhD MCOptom FAAO (Author)
Clinical Procedures in Primary Eye Care helps you master all of the knowledge you need to support today’s growing optometric patient population. Ideal for students and practitioners alike, this well-organized, accessibly written optometry reference takes a simple, step-by-step approach to describing the commonly used primary eye care procedures you’ll encounter.
Effectively diagnose and manage your patients with succinct descriptions of today’s most frequently encountered optometric techniques, supported by research evidence.
Visualize procedures and eye disorders as clearly as possible through full-color photographs, eye diagrams, and color plates.
Offer your patients state-of-the-art eye care with the latest information on the use of technology in clinical practice, as well as guidance on evidence-based practice and presbyopic contact lens fitting.
Understand how to treat today’s aging optometric patient population through a brand-new section on Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), in addition to numerous suggestions on how to adapt some tests for older patients.
Douglas J. Rhee (Author)
Color Atlas And Synopsis Of Clinical Ophthalmology — Wills Eye Institute — Glaucoma is part of a series developed by Philadelphia’s famed Wills Eye Institute.
Like all other books in this collection, 2nd edition Glaucoma combines short, succinct text with hundreds of beautiful full-color illustrations. Written for students, residents, and practitioners in all healthcare professions, this new edition provides the most comprehensive, yet easily accessible single resource covering all the major aspects of glaucoma.
More a field manual than an encyclopedic reference, this latest edition includes new chapters covering Surgical Management of Glaucoma, Schlemm’s Canal Surgery in Adults, and Surgical Management of Pediatric Glaucomas. The chapter on Imaging Technology of the Optic Nerve and Nerve Fiber Layer is also completely revised and updated.
This color atlas and synopsis is an excellent resource for all healthcare professionals when it comes to the diagnosis and management of glaucoma and the care of patients who suffer from this condition.
• New tonometric and anterior segment imaging technologies are incorporated
• Companion website with fully searchable text and image bank