Basic Sciences in Ophthalmology: A Self Assessment Text
By John Ferris, D. L. Easty
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The second edition of the popular self assessment test, covering all aspects of the basic sciences related to ophthalmology. Each chapter comprises a series of MCQs and their explanatory text constitutes an up-to-date summary of the topic. The essential revision aid for those about tot sit the final FRCO, or a textbook for those wishing to update their knowledge of the basic sciences.
Chemical Ocular Burns: New Understanding and Treatments
By Norbert Schrage, François Burgher, Jöel Blomet, Lucien Bodson, Max Gerard, Alan Hall, Patrice Josset, Laurence Mathieu, Harold Merle
More than 25,000 chemical products have the potential to cause ocular burns. Because such burns can result in loss of sight or the need for corneal transplantation, they must be taken very seriously. This book is the first to be devoted entirely to chemical ocular burns. All aspects of the subject are covered, including history, epidemiology, chemical agents and reactions, histology, pathophysiology, clinical signs, medical and surgical treatments, and emergency care. Particular attention is paid to the mechanisms involved in ocular burns and to the links between the chemical reactivity of corrosive agents and the clinical manifestations. Current principles of decontamination are fully explained and the latest treatment techniques are discussed in detail. This book stands at the interface of the chemical and medical sciences. It will be of great practical value to ophthalmologists and doctors in emergency medical and burns units, and will acquaint chemists with the clinical consequences of corrosivity.
By James D. Reynolds, Scott E. Olitsky
Pediatric retinal diseases are not simply retinal diseases that occur in children; rather, they are unique disorders that often are not found in adults. This textbook of the pediatric retina offers in-depth guidance on congenital and acquired diseases of the retina in the pediatric population. It is organized according to disease onset and timing, as well as anatomy. All chapters are written by leading authorities in the field from both the pediatric and the retinal perspective. A multidisciplinary approach to the topic is adopted, and critical information is included on disease classification and diagnosis, pathophysiology, genetics, complications, and prognosis. Pediatric Retina will be a useful source of information for pediatric ophthalmologists, retina specialists, and other eye care providers who care for children.
Thanks to Dr. Giraldo
Diagnosis and Treatment of Uveitis
By C. Stephen Foster MD, Albert T. Vitale MD, Barton D. Schmitt, Pomerantz, Movsas, Brooks, Rustgi
This comprehensive volume presents both immunologic fundamentals as they relate to uveitis and the practical approach to the treatment of these diseases. Dr. Foster is the leader in the aggressive medical management of ocular inflammatory diseases, and the book reflects 25 years’ experience in the world’s busiest uveitis clinic. With contributions from 60 international specialists, this new title provides encyclopedic coverage of basic science, diagnosis, and clinical management, as well as thorough discussions of ocular inflammatory diseases in all regions of the world.
Thanks to Dr. hussein
Basic Principles of Ophthalmic Surgery
By Anthony C. Arnold; MD
This book introduces the resident to key concepts and elements in the realm of ophthalmic surgery. It covers patient selection and preparations for both the surgeon and the patient, as well as surgical instrumentation and materials including loupes, microscopes, instruments, blades, suture materials, and needles. Seven specific aspects of surgery, from aseptic technique to wound construction, are thoroughly reviewed. There is also a section devoted to post-operative considerations related to dressings, the healing process, and post-operative management. More than 200 photographs and illustrations.
By Jack J. Kanski MD MS FRCS FRCOphth
thanks to Dr .momtaz
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Inflammation and Retinal Disease: Complement Biology and Pathology
(Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Vol. 703)
By John D. Lambris, Anthony P. Adamis