ProVision: Ophthalmic Multiple-Choice Questions With Discussions, Series 5


Test your ophthalmic knowledge with the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s popular ProVision self-assessment program. ProVision, Series 5 contains 550 brand-new multiple-choice questions, with thorough discussions of the preferred responses, numerous images and suggested resources for further study.

ProVision’s question-and-answer format is ideal for those who want an interactive activity that will quickly identify strengths or areas for improvement.

All 11 practice emphasis areas are covered, with 50 questions each:

*Cataract/Anterior Segment
*Comprehensive Ophthalmology
*Cornea/External Disease
*Oculoplastics and Orbit
*Ophthalmic Pathology/Ocular Oncology
*Pediatric Ophthalmology/Strabismus
*Refractive Management/Intervention

Quiz yourself and your colleagues with questions like:

*What disseminated disease is not a contraindication for using corneal tissue for transplantation?
*A patient with sickle cell disease is hit in the eye with a baseball. You find he has a 10% layered hyphema and the IOP is 28 mm Hg. What treatment should be avoided?
*What is the most common clinical presentation of primary intraocular lymphoma?
Find out the answers, plus the answers to 547 more questions, in ProVision, Series 5.

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Animal Models of Ophthalmic Diseases


This book describes experimental animal models that mimic common human ocular diseases: herpetic keratitis, cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, uveitis, retinitis pigmentosa, Graves’ disease, and intraocular tumors. In conjunction, these models reflect the diversity and utility of tools used to study human disease. World expert clinicians discuss each model based on their clinical experience and the text is supported by numerous photos and diagrams. In describing the most pertinent animal models of ophthalmic diseases, this book will be of interest to ophthalmologists, vision researchers, fellows, residents and medical students.

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Ophthalmic Microsurgical Suturing Techniques

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This is a reference text for both the novice and the accomplished ophthalmic surgeon. The book imparts basic information on tissue tactics and knot tying and demonstrates the applicability of these techniques to various microsurgical situations, in both the anterior and the posterior segment of the eye.

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