The goal of this textbook is to be a useful tool in the care of patients
with glaucoma. The text was designed with the patient in mind, so that when
presented with a clinical problem in the office, a quick scan of the text
may help physicians accurately identify the problem and deal with it properly.
Clinical Glaucoma Management contains 27 chapters,
which are divided into 5 sections. The text is well written with very little
material repeated by the various authors. Additionally, the reference sections
at the end of the chapters are quite thorough.
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