Manual of Squint

 

Ahuja (Author)

Product Description

This book helps to understand the ocular muscles and their functional anomalies. It explains how surgeons by applying knowledge with efficiency and dedication could find solution to the squint problem. Contains diagrams, figures, and photographs to appropriately understand the subject. Postgraduates will be benefitted immensely not only during the course of formal study but also subsequently in their practice. It is a standard book on strabismus for postgraduates. The chapters on applied anatomy of paralytic squint are of very special significance to the student and practitioners of Ophthalmology. 1. Introduction, 2. Anatomy of Extraocular Muscles, 3.Neurological Control Movements, 4. Binocular Vision, 5. Visual Acuity, 6. Abnormalities of Binocular Vision, 7. Accommodative Convergence/Accommodation Ratio, 8. Heterophoria, 9. Pseudostrabismus, 10. Manifest and Concomitant Squint, 11. Paralytic Squints, 12. Vertical Strabismus, 13. A-V and X Syndromes, 14. Musculofascial Anomalies, 15. Abnormal Retinal Correspondance, 16. Amblyopia, 17. Aniseikonia, 18. Nystagmus,

 

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American Academy Course 2011/2012 (Complete set)

The American Academy of Ophthalmology s 13-section Basic and Clinical Science Course (BCSC) is an essential resource for practicing ophthalmologists and residents and is the gold-standard of ophthalmic references. The BCSC provides up-to-date clinical knowledge and is continually revised by a faculty of 90 leading ophthalmologists. It covers everything from basic anatomy, optics and pathology to specialized topics like retina, glaucoma and cataract. The BCSC draws on a solid foundation of scientific research and clinical experience and features thousands of photos and illustrations. Each section includes self-assessment study questions and answers.
01._Update_on_General_Medicine.pdf – 115.1 MB
02._Fundamentals_and_Principles_of_Ophthalmology.pdf – 106.4 MB
03._Clinical_Optics.pdf – 87.6 MB
04._Ophthalmic_Pathology_and_Intraocular_Tumors.pdf – 88.8 MB
05._Neuro-Ophthalmology.pdf – 96.4 MB
06.PediatricOphthalmologyandStrabismus.pdf – 101.7 MB
07.OrbitEyelidsandLacrimalSystem.pdf – 68.8 MB
08.ExternalDiseaseandCornea.pdf – 116.5 MB
09.IntraocularInflammationandUveitis.pdf – 94.5 MB
10.Glaucoma.pdf – 60.3 MB
11.LensandCataract.pdf – 65.4 MB
12.RetinaandVitreous.pdf – 101.0 MB
13.RefractiveSurgery.pdf – 61.3 MB

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American Academy Course 2011/2012 (Complete set)

The American Academy of Ophthalmology s 13-section Basic and Clinical Science Course (BCSC) is an essential resource for practicing ophthalmologists and residents and is the gold-standard of ophthalmic references. The BCSC provides up-to-date clinical knowledge and is continually revised by a faculty of 90 leading ophthalmologists. It covers everything from basic anatomy, optics and pathology to specialized topics like retina, glaucoma and cataract. The BCSC draws on a solid foundation of scientific research and clinical experience and features thousands of photos and illustrations. Each section includes self-assessment study questions and answers.

01. Update on General Medicine.pdf – 115.1 MB
02. Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology.pdf – 106.4 MB
03. Clinical Optics.pdf – 87.6 MB
04. Ophthalmic Pathology and Intraocular Tumors.pdf – 88.8 MB
05. Neuro-Ophthalmology.pdf – 96.4 MB
06. Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus.pdf – 101.7 MB
07. Orbit_2C Eyelids_2C and Lacrimal System.pdf – 68.8 MB
08. External Disease and Cornea.pdf – 116.5 MB
09. Intraocular Inflammation and Uveitis.pdf – 94.5 MB
10. Glaucoma.pdf – 60.3 MB
11. Lens and Cataract.pdf – 65.4 MB
12. Retina and Vitreous.pdf – 101.0 MB
13. Refractive Surgery.pdf – 61.3 MB

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Albert & Jakobiec’s Principles & Practice of Ophthalmology [Volume 2]

 

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51JZqIGHKPL.jpgInside the 3rd edition of this esteemed masterwork, hundreds of the most distinguished authorities from around the world provide today’s best answers to every question that arises in your practice. They deliver in-depth guidance on new diagnostic approaches, operative technique, and treatment option, as well as cogent explanations of every new scientific concept and its clinical importance. With its new streamlined, more user-friendly, full-color format – as well as access to the complete contents online – this 3rd edition makes reference much faster, easier, and more versatile. More than ever, it’s the source you need to efficiently and confidently overcome any clinical challenge you may face.

 

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Eyelid Tumours: Clinical Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment

Jay Justin Older

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Eyelid Tumors was written to help the physician diagnose eyelid tumors in the clinical setting and to assist the surgeon who might wish to remove the tumors and repair the eyelid defects. One of the reasons to write the book was that I had seen many patients in my oculoplastic practice with a history of late diagnoses of malignant eyelid tumors.
Early diagnosis of eyelid malignancies would lead to better patient care, in the majority of cases. The other reason for writing the text was to share my surgical experiences with other surgeons. Many of the texts in print at the time I wrote the first edition listed a variety of repairs for a specific condition. I, however, chose to discuss only those techniques that gave me the best results. The first section contained many pictures of different lesions with descriptions and anecdotal information. It was my belief that the clinician would look at the book as help in diagnosing the eyelid lesion. By comparing the patient’s lesion with the photos in the book, the physician would be in a better position to make a differential diagnosis and continue with the patient’s care. The care might require further testing, a referral, or definitive treatment.

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Low Vision Aids

Monica Chaudhry

Low vision services do not cure the cause of the vision problem but rather utilize the remaining vision to its fullest potential. Low vision care does not replace the need for other concurrent treatments such as laser, medication and surgery. Low vision doctors prescribe prescription eyewear, filters, microscopic — telescopic eyewear, magnifiers, adaptiveequipment, closed circuit television systems, independent living aids, training and counsel patients.
The objective of low vision services is to provide special training or equipment so that visually impaired can join in
activities in the home, school and community.

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