Review of Ophthalmology

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Elsevier Saunders, 2005 - Medical - 390 pages
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"Gives the reader all they need, with no additional fluff or esoteric information. This information is given in bite-size and palatable chunks of data." (Ocular Surgery News). This new resource provides an efficient review of all of the most essential clinical and scientific information in ophthalmology. Its concise, well-illustrated, outline-formatted chapters permit rapid mastery of the material. Questions at the end of each chapter and answers at the end of the book allow readers to test their understanding. Plus, a BONUS CD-ROM includes all of the images from the book, downloadable into presentation software, and all of the questions and answers from the book with 100 extra questions and answers to test your knowledge!

  • An organization by common ophthalmologic subspecialties offers a logical approach to a wide spectrum of topics.
  • Numerous tables and mnemonics facilitate learning and retention.
  • A special section reviews the findings of many important clinical studies with which ophthalmologists are expected to be familiar.
  • Hundreds of line illustrations and photographs (50 in full color) highlight anatomic details, common ophthalmic tests, and examples of classic histopathology.
  • Selected references for each chapter facilitate further study of any given topic.
  • Questions at the end of each chapter and answers at the end of the book allow readers to test their understanding.
  • A BONUS CD-ROM includes all of the images from the book (downloadable into presentation software), all of the questions and answers from the book, and 100 extra questions and answers!

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