This book is a comprehensive atlas with more than 1400 pages that covers
a wide range of common and important clinical situations encountered in ophthalmology.
Valuable features for the practicing clinician are the numerous accompanying
clinical photographs and illustrations. The book is composed of 14 sections,
including eyelids, conjunctiva, cornea, sclera, glaucoma, uvea, lens, vitreous/vitreoretinal
disorders, retina, chorioretinal interface disorders, optic disc, strabismus/ocular
motility, neuro-ophthalmology, and orbital/lacrimal system, with a range of
5 to 36 topics in each section.
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