Ophthalmology Review uses a novel concept to
present practical and common-sense approaches to commonly encountered clinical
scenarios. Each topic is introduced as a case study, with the pertinent history
and physical findings of actual patients treated by the authors. Each case
follows a standardized format consisting of differential diagnoses and key
points, test interpretation, diagnosis, medical and/or surgical management,
rehabilitation and follow-up, and a list of pertinent references.
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