Comprehensive Ophthalmology

Comprehensive Ophthalmology

Each chapter begins with a brief overview highlighting the topics covered followed by relevant applied anatomy and physiology. The text is then organized in such a way that the students can easily understand, retain and reproduce it. Various levels of headings, subheadings, bold face and italics given in the text will be helpful for a quick revision of the subject. Text is complete and up-to-date with recent advances. To be true, some part of the text is in more detail than the requirement of undergraduate students. But this very feature of the book makes it a useful handbook for the postgraduate students as well.

Author: A.K. Khurana
Page count: 629

Oxford Handbook of Ophthalmology

Oxford Handbook of Ophthalmology

The Oxford Handbook of Ophthalmology 4E continues to bring together the most up- to- date knowledge of disease, clinical skills, investigations, and treatment, within one portable and easily navigable volume. We hope that it is more than just a repository of knowledge. As we anticipate a future in which the slit- lamp is replaced by whole- eye multi- modal imaging and the human diagnostic process is overtaken by machine- learning algorithms.

Author: Alastair K.O. Denniston
Page count: 1249

Color Atlas & Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology - Wills Eye Institute Pediatric Ophthalmology

Pediatric Ophthalmology

"Color Atlas & Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology" provides a visually rich and concise reference for diagnosing and managing pediatric eye conditions. This comprehensive atlas features high-quality images and detailed summaries, covering a wide spectrum of pediatric ophthalmologic disorders. Each chapter integrates clinical photos with essential diagnostic and treatment information, making it an invaluable tool for quick reference and clinical decision-making. Authored by experts from the renowned Wills Eye Institute, this book is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of ophthalmologists and medical students.

Author: Leonard B. Nelson
Page count: 227

Harley's pediatric ophthalmology

Harley's Pediatric Ophthalmology

The latest edition reflects our desire to create the best educational and teaching treatise in pediatric ophthalmology. With that in mind, the chapters are revised, several previous chapters were eliminated, and all figures are in color. New contributors represent some of the recent leaders in the field and symbolize a “passing of the torch” from one generation of pediatric ophthalmologists to another. Since the first edition, Wills, a rich storehouse of clinical material, has provided a major background for this book.

Authors: Leonard B. Nelson & Scott E. Olitsky
Page count: 540