Gass’ Atlas of Macular Diseases

The Fifth Edition of Gass’ Atlas of Macular Diseases, by Dr. Anita Agarwal, provides expert diagnostic guidance on macular disorders and quickly brings you up to date on this evolving specialty. Using a case-based approach, it richly depicts a full range of retina and macular diseases, including new infectious, degenerative, and dystrophic conditions. Take advantage of the latest imaging technologies to identify common and rare disorders, and confirm difficult diagnoses with the aid of more than 5,500 high-quality images. Printed in full color for the first time, this edition is accessible online at www.expertconsult.com.

  • Rely on the same unique, richly illustrated case-descriptive format-encompassing history, clinical examination, and follow-up-that popularized the original book by the late Dr. Donald Gass, the famed ophthalmologist whose clinical expertise set new standards in macular diagnosis.
  • Get expert diagnostic guidance under the new authorship of Dr. Anita Agarwal, a protégé of Dr. Gass who has compiled the ultimate collection of images and hard-to-find case studies from around the world.
  • Visualize the conditions you’re likely to see in practice and confirm your diagnoses by comparing your clinical findings to more than 5,500 images and illustrations (over 3,500 in full color).
  • Obtain thorough advice on imaging and recognition of a full range of common and rare macular diseases using the latest approaches including fluorescein angiography, optical coherence tomography (OCT), indocyanine green (ICG), and fundus autofluorescence.

Gass is your definitive guide to identifying the most common and rare conditions, with unique case presentations from around the world!

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Eye Pathology: An Atlas and Text

Ralph C.  Eagle (Author)


Book Description
Publication Date: March 2, 2011 | ISBN-10: 1608317889 | ISBN-13: 978-1608317882 | Edition: Second
Eye Pathology: An Atlas and Text is a basic introduction to eye pathology that can be read and mastered during an ophthalmic pathology rotation. In addition, it will serve as a well-illustrated resource for residents who are studying for the OKAP examinations or Board certification in ophthalmology. Completely written and illustrated by Dr. Eagle, this single-author text is primarily designed for ophthalmology residents and the comprehensive ophthalmologist not looking for a comprehensive text on the subject.

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Natural Eye Care: An Encyclopedia

Natural Eye Care: An Encyclopedia
Marc Grossman (Author), Glenn Swartwout (Author)
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Book Description
Publication Date: April 11, 1999 | ISBN-10: 0879837047 | ISBN-13: 978-0879837044 | Edition: 1

Do you have or know someone who has a vision problem? Nearly all of us can answer “yes”. The eye care business is a billion dollar industry. Americans pay high prices for eye glasses, contact lenses and surgery each year. With all the advances in eye medicine, this title is the first step in shifting some of the responsibility of eye care from health professional to individual.

What most people don’t know is integrated medicine can be an effective tool in the treatment of eye disorders such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts and more. The authors use therapies such as vitamin and mineral supplementation, herbal remedies, homeopathy and much more with great success. Through both alternative and conventional therapies you too can promote long term eye health and reduce the damage to your wallet.

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Current Opinion in Ophthalmology March 2012

Editorial introduction.
Glaucoma versus red disease: imaging and glaucoma diagnosis.
Current variations of glaucoma filtration surgery.
Micro-invasive glaucoma surgery: current perspectives and future directions.
Management of immediate and sustained intraocular pressure rise associated with intravitreal antivascular endothelial growth factor injection therapy.
What’s new in laser treatment for glaucoma?.
The Tube Versus Trabeculectomy Study: interpretation of results and application to clinical practice.
Recent clinical pearls from clinical trials in glaucoma.
Current understanding of conventional outflow dysfunction in glaucoma.
Clinical trials for glaucoma neuroprotection are not impossible.
Current World Literature.

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Ophthalmology Review Manual

Ophthalmology Review Manual [Paperback]
Kenneth C. Chern (Author), Michael Saidel (Author)

 

This manual provides an organized reference to aid in management of clinical problems and preparation for board exams. A standardized outline format is used in order to emphasize relevant information and allow rapid retrieval of key points. Each section starts with anatomy and physiology—the essential framework for understanding the basis for the related diseases—and then summarizes specific disease entities in outline format, with major features highlighted. For quick reference over 200 specific disease entities are listed, along with corresponding page numbers, on the inside front cover of the book. Figures have been selected to demonstrate classic findings and to highlight important relationships. The manual covers all material listed in the OKAP Subject Outline published by the AAO.

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Wills Eye Institute 5-Minute Ophthalmology Consult

Joseph Maguire (Author), Ann Murchison (Author), Edward Jaeger (Author)
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The Wills Eye Institute 5-Minute Ophthalmology Consult provides a readily accessible and focused compendium of ophthalmic abnormalities that will be useful for students, physicians and ancillary medical staff. Evidence-based references are included and algorithmic flow diagrams are provided for rapid problem solving. In keeping with the very successful 5-Minute Clinical Consult brand, over 330 topics will be covered, each in a highly formatted 2-page spread.

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Manual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis

Mark W. Leitman (Author)

Now including hundreds of new full-color illustrations, Manual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis, 8th Edition, also features up-to-date discussion of retinal and vitreoretinal disease. This popular book takes the reader through the eye exam, covering anatomy, differential diagnosis, and treatment, explains basic eye examination techniques, and reviews the proper use of instruments. Students and trainees across the healthcare professions will welcome this short, digestible treatment of a fascinating specialty.

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Corneal Ulcers Diagnosis and Management

Sharma (Author)

 

Book Description

Publication Date: December 31, 2008
Corneal opacity and scarring is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness worldwide. This book deals specifically with the problem of corneal ulceration and provides relevant and practical information. It especially examines a case of infectious keratitis, with its types and provides comprehensive information on various management issues including surgical options. Descriptions on pathogenesis, microbiology and pharmacology of corneal ulcers, is clear concise and readily understandable. Provides a step-by-step approach to diagnosing and managing corneal ulcers. With superb color photographs and easily readable box inserts highlight the significant aspects of microbial and numerologic keratitis, including pediatric and peripheral ulcerative keratitis. It provides an invaluable aid in addressing the problems of corneal ulceration. SECTION 1: APPLIED BASIC SCIENCES, 1. Anatomy and Physiology, 2. Pathogenesis of Corneal Ulcer, 3. Microbiology, 4. Pharmacology, SECTION 2: WORK UP OF CORNEAL ULCER, 5. Clinical Examination, 6. Investigations, SECTION 3: TYPES OF MICROBIAL KERATITIS, 7. Bacterial Keratitis, 8. Fungal Keratitis, 9. Viral Keratitis, 10. Protozoal Keratitis, SECTION 4: SPECIFIC TYPES OF KERATITIS, 11. Pediatric Keratitis, 12. Contact Lens Related Kertitis, 13. Infectious Crystalline Keratopathy, 14. Post-surgical Microbial Keratitis, 15. Keratitis and Endophthalmitis, 16. Neurotrotrophic Keratitis, 17. Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis, SECTION 5: SURGICAL MANAGEMENT, 18. Intracameral Antibiotics, 19. Glue Application, 20. Conjunctival Flaps, 21. Therapeutic Keratoplasty, 22. Phototherapeutic Keratectomy.
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