Part 1—Introduction to Public Health Ophthalmology. 1. Public Health, Preventative Care, Eye Care Delivery, Evaluation and Sustainability. Part 2—Eye Care in Developing Nations. 2. Cataract, 3. Trachoma, 4. Blinding Malnutrition, 5. Glaucoma, 6. Ocular Trauma, 7. Onchocerciasis, 8. Leprosy, 9. External Disease, 10. Other Blinding Disorders, 11. Appropriate Technology, 12. Refractive Errors, 13. Low Vision. Part 3—Ophthalmology Backgrounder. 14. Anatomy and Physiology, 15. The Eye Examination. Glossary. Appendices: Diagnosis of the Red Eye, Ocular Medications, Surgical Guidelines for Ophthalmic Medical Auxiliaries, World Health Organisation Classification of Visual Impairment and Blindness, American Academy of Ophthalmology International Activities, Resource Organisations, Selected Reading, World Health Organisation Programme for the Prevention of Blindness and Deafness. Index.
covers the prevention and treatment of blindness in developing countries
includes all common eye conditions causing blindness
shows how eye services can be delivered to low resource populations
fully revised new edition now published with 50 colour illustrations