Eye Movement Disorders, by Dr. Agnes Wong, fills a great void in the Ophthalmology and Neurology literature by presenting eye movement disorders in a full-color, highly illustrative format. This text explains eye movement disorders in a concise yet comprehensive manner, which makes it an
excellent reference book and an outstanding learning text for anyone trying to master the intricate relationship between eye movement disorders, and their underlying neuroanatomy and pathophysiology. Its easy-to-read and user-friendly approach will appeal to specialists in Ophthalmology, Neurology,
and Neurosurgery who need a rapid reference on less familiar clinical problems.
Key features include:
Provides a coherent, concise, and easy to assimilate description and explanation of different eye movement disorders
Presents over 100 full-color clinical photographs, radiographs, and color illustrations highlighting pertinent anatomy and brain pathways
Highlights key information and important features through boxes, tables, and algorithms
Now in full color and completely updated, the Fifth Edition of this best-selling manual is a reliable quick-reference guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders. Every disorder encountered in the office, emergency room, or hospital is covered in concise outline format: symptoms, signs, work-up, treatment, and follow-up. Also included are chapters on differential diagnosis of ocular symptoms and signs, a section on current imaging modalities in ophthalmology, and a Pharmacopoeia. This edition features over 200 full-color photographs and includes the newest drugs, procedures, and treatment protocols. New topics covered include iridodialysis/cyclodialysis, shaken baby syndrome, crystalline keratopathy, refractive surgery complications, aberrant regeneration of the third nerve, venous stasis retinopathy, choroidal effusion/detachment, and common laser procedures. New appendices cover intravitreal injections and antibiotics, anterior chamber paracentesis, laser peripheral iridotomy, and YAG capsulotomy.