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An Illustrated Guide offers a unique overview of the evaluation and management of patients suffering ocular trauma. It is intended for residents and fellows in ophthalmology. Moreover, it would also be of value to practicing ophthalmologists who encounter acutely injured patients only infrequently, medical students during their clinical ophthalmology experience, and emergency care physicians. Certainly, physicians at any level will appreciate its broad scope and clear presentation.
An Illustrated Guide distinguishes itself from other trauma books in its novel design. Borrowing the popular format of other Gower projects, the text closely parallels and details numerous color clinical photographs. The photographs are superb—approximately five per page, clear, and beautifully illustrative of the wide range of ocular trauma. The accompanying text acts as a guide to the workup and management of such patients.The text comprises ten chapters. The first discusses basic examination techniques as well as
Hersh PS. Eye Injuries: An Illustrated Guide. Arch Ophthalmol. 1988;106(9):1176. doi:10.1001/archopht.1988.01060140336025
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