by Lawrence A. Yannuzzi, MD, David R. Guyer, MD, W. Richard Green, MD, $195, ISBN 0815102690, Mosby–Year Book Inc, St Louis, Mo, 1998. (Requirements: Windows: 16 MB of RAM, 20 MB of free hard disk space, 2× or faster CD-ROM drive, and 486 or Pentium processor. Macintosh: 16 MB of RAM, 20 MB of free hard disk space, 2× or faster CD-ROM drive, and system 7.5 or newer. 640 × 480 monitor).
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The Retina Atlas CD-ROM is the computer-enabled version of the well-known atlas. Directed at a wide variety of ophthalmologists including residents, comprehensive ophthalmologists, and vitreoretinal specialists, this work is a comprehensive library of posterior segment pathology, illustrating many vitreoretinal disorders with more than 1675 color photographs and drawings. The atlas highlights primarily macular disorders; peripheral retinal conditions and surgical/medical treatments are discussed only briefly. No attempt was made to provide significant narrative about the various conditions. The atlas follows the chapter order and general organization of Stephen J. Ryan's textbook, Retina, which is familiar to many readers.
The Retina Atlas CD-ROM. Arch Ophthalmol. 2000;118(1):150. doi: