At first glance, the second edition of Ophthalmology edited by Myron Yanoff, MD, and Jay S. Duker, MD, appears daunting.It is a large textbook, covering a wide array of ophthalmology topics withinits 1652 pages. At further examination, the organization of the book is veryreader accessible, with its color-coded chapters and extensive illustrations.The book is divided into 12 sections, including multiple ophthalmology subspecialtiesin addition to intraocular tumors, refractive surgery, optics and refraction,and genetics and ocular embryology. The list of contributors include well-establishedsection editors, as well as worldwide clinicians and scientists in the fieldof ophthalmology. Its intention is to provide a single-volume, comprehensivetextbook of the field that is relevant to current clinical practice.
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