Practical Ophthalmology: A Survival Guide for Doctors and Optometrists

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Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005 - Medical - 255 pages
A pocket sized, symptom based book on ophthalmology which is designed to guide non-specialists towards efficient and safe diagnosis, and onward referral where necessary.
  • A truly symptom-based book on ophthalmology - starts from the presenting complaint such as red eye, loss of vision, flashing lights or floating spots.
  • Concise text and diagnostic flowcharts guide the reader towards correct diagnosis and management - ideal for the non-specialist whose main priority is not to miss serious disease.
  • Pocket-sized format and plastic cover make it ideal for clinical situations.
  • Illustrated in colour throughout.
  • Gives guidance on who needs screening for eye disease.

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