Lecture Notes: Ophthalmology, 11th Edition
November 2011, ©2012, Wiley-Blackwell
The book begins with a brief introduction to ocular anatomy and eye examination, and then focuses on core conditions in ophthalmology. The highly structured text includes self assessment material at the end of each chapter, as well as a series of clinical cases at the end of the book – all designed to facilitate easy access to information, making the book an ideal resource for both study and revision, while the brand new companion website at www.wiley.com/go/james/ophthalmology features all of the book’s illustrations and images.
Whether you need to develop your knowledge for clinical practice, or refresh that knowledge in the run up to examinations, Ophthalmology Lecture Notes will help foster a systematic approach to the clinical situation for all medical students and hospital doctors.
Preface to first edition
2 History, symptoms and examination
3 Clinical optics
4 The orbit
5 The eyelids
6 The lacrimal system
7 Conjunctiva, cornea and sclera
8 The lens and cataract
11 Retina and choroid
12 Retinal vascular disease
13 The pupil and its responses
14 Disorders of the visual pathway
15 Eye movements and their disorders
17 Tropical ophthalmology: eye diseases in the developing world
18 Services for the visually handicapped
19 Clinical cases
Answers to EMQs
Appendix: Visual acuity equivalence table
Anthony Bron is Professor Emeritus at the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford
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